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Embracing our Caymankind

Selecting projects that build relationships and leave a lasting legacy is part of the Ocorian culture, and our employees often amaze us with the energetic and inspiring contributions they make to the local communities in which we operate, frequently fundraising for charities close to their hearts. 

In the true spirit of Caymankind (the heart and hospitality of the Caymanian people) and recognising our corporate social responsibility, our team at Ocorian Trust (Cayman) Limited has contributed a sum of US$18,500 to local Cayman Islands charities through its dress down Friday programme. The funds have been distributed and donated to the following charities:

The donations will go towards combating food insecurity for over 30 students at George Town Primary School; help make 315 meals per day for seniors at Meals on Wheels; and provide financial assistance to those needing cancer treatment services at Jasmine Hospice Care and the Cayman Islands Cancer Society.

If you would like to find out more about the charities mentioned above and the inspiring work they do, follow the appropriate links.

Cayman Cancer Society

Cayman Islands Cancer Society

Feed our Future

Feed our Future

George Town Primary

George Town Primary School

Jasmine

Jasmine Hospice Care

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels

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