Clarien Donate Flowers To KEMH, Agape House

November 16, 2023 | 0 Comments

Clarien Bank donated flowers to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital [KEMH] and Agape House, with “aim to bring joy and hope to the patients, staff, and visitors of the hospital.”

A spokesperson said, “Clarien Bank, one of the largest independent integrated financial services organisations in Bermuda, is pleased to announce its recent donation of flowers to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital [KEMH] and Agape House.

“This initiative aims to bring joy and hope to the patients, staff, and visitors of the hospital, during a typically stressful and challenging time in their lives, while seeking care or tending to loved ones.

“Michael DeCouto, Clarien’s EVP, Chief Digital & Marketing Officer, said the Bank would also be donating a series of framed Bermuda photographs, which will be featured at the Bermuda Hospitals Board [BHB] facilities to further enhance the visitor experience.”

Clarien Bank Donation To KEMH and Agape House Bermuda November 2023

“Clarien is always eager to align ourselves with causes that support and enhance the Bermuda community – particularly those that lift up the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our population, including children, families and seniors.

“With that said, we are pleased to be able to give back to the hospital and Agape House by showing a small act of kindness that we believe will make a positive impact on people’s lives, especially during difficult times. By donating flowers to KEMH and Agape House, we hope to bring a sense of comfort and warmth to patients, their families and the hardworking, dedicated healthcare professionals on the Island.”

The spokesperson said, “The donation is part of the Bank’s Clarien Plus offering – a service which provides tailored products and rewards to select clients. In recent months, we have introduced a special event, called LiveMore Wednesdays, to our Clarien Plus clientele, which is designed to bring like-minded young and mature entrepreneurs and professionals together to exchange ideas and meet in a social setting at our Clarien Plus Lounge. At the most recent event, we introduced the GiveBack Flower Market where guests were able to make floral arrangements and donate them to local patients.”

Bermuda Hospitals Board Deputy CEO R Scott Pearman welcomed the gifts. He said: “Bermuda Hospitals Board thanks Clarien Bank for this most thoughtful donation. Both the floral bouquets and the photographs will brighten the atmosphere of our hospital. Visitors, patients and our staff will certainly enjoy them.”

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