CariGenetics Sponsors Men’s Cricket Team

September 22, 2023 | 0 Comments

CariGenetics announced its sponsorship of the Bermuda Senior Men’s National Team at the ICC Americas Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier this month as well as being their official Health and Wellness Partner.

A spokesperson said, “In conjunction with this sponsorship, Bermuda Cricket Board [BCB] is launching its ‘Get in the Match’ fundraiser, aimed at supporting Caribbean Breast Cancer research and testing for women who lack insurance coverage. The launch of the fundraiser will take place on 22 September, 2023 and will end on 31 October. Those who donate over $50 will receive a ‘Get in the Match’ campaign T-shirt as a token of appreciation while supplies last..

“To show community solidarity, on the 1st of October at White Hill Field, all game attendees are encouraged to wear pink in support of the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month for both scheduled Matches [10am & 2pm]. Tickets to this particular Match and any of the tournament Matches can be purchased by visiting here.

“The BCB is also seeking companies willing to donate to its ‘Get in the Match’ Fundraiser by committing $600 for every ‘six’ scored during the World Cup Qualifier matches. Any companies or organisations interested in participating should fill out this online form: here.

Dr Carika Weldon, Founder & CEO of CariGenetics, said, “We are incredibly proud to collaborate with the BCB for this historic event for Bermuda cricket. This novel partnership between sports and health research not only allows us to engage with the community but also furthers our mission to improve health and wellness through better access to genetic research and testing.”

Rájan Simons, Marketing & Fund Development Manager of Bermuda Cricket Board, commented, “We are delighted to have CariGenetics as our sponsor and Health and Wellness partner. Their commitment to community wellness and the ‘Get in the Match’ fundraiser aligns perfectly with our own values, and we are thrilled to support such a meaningful initiative.

“The idea to get involved came to us from our National Team Captain, Delray Rawlins, and team who will be wearing an all-pink kit on October 1, as they compete in Match Day 2 of the qualifier at White Hill Field. We encourage everyone to come out and support the National Team as they journey to the World Cup while also participating in this much-needed fundraiser”.

The spokesperson said, “Donations for the ‘Get in the Match’ fundraiser can be made online here. For more information about CariGenetics and its initiatives, please visit”

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