PartnerRe Donates $45,000 To Support Students

November 10, 2021

PartnerRe Ltd. has donated a total of $45,000 towards the cost of lateral antigen testing in schools “to help keep students in the classroom, despite the challenges associated with the pandemic.”

The company made a $5,000 donation via ABIR’s collective initiative in support of public schools, and an additional $5,000 donation to eight of Bermuda’s secondary schools totaling $40,000: Berkeley, Bermuda High School, Bermuda Institute, CedarBridge, Mount Saint Agnes, Saltus, Somersfield and Warwick Academy.

A spokesperson for the Company said: “PartnerRe is committed to supporting the Bermuda community and we hope that this will help to get us back to a more normal and consistent experience for students after the last two years of disrupted learning. In-person learning aligns closely with PartnerRe’s return to office approach because we believe in the value of working together.”

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  1. DOUBLE DIP says:


    I am appealing to you BERNEWS to help those who care to turn Bermuda around.

    We have seniors art home just waiting and waiting and waiting.

    We can not let Bermuda go on the rocks like the Sea Venture did in 1609.

    Do you know what I want .

    I want out visitors to go home with happy tears in their eyes.

    Every body need to play a part.

    I want Bermuda to be a BROARDWAY PLAY

    We can start with a march for covid .

    Bermudians are good at marching.

    Please will you help.

    Thank you.