Recovery fund still needs support

| 27/11/2008

(CNS): With so many house s destroyed or badly damaged on Cayman Brac following Hurricane Paloma the  generous donation of  CI$25,000 from IAMCO was greatly appreciated by the Cayman Islands National Recovery Fund. “The Fund, once again, is extremely grateful to IAMCO’s continued financial support,” said Dr Mark Laskin. “ The immediate financial support from the public and corporate firms has been outstanding however we still have a long way to go.  

The NRF is tasked with helping people who are either uninsured or under insured, and it appears that a number of families that suffered severe losses in the hurricane storm are without insurance. Laskin, Executive Director of the fund said it is still in need of money and asked for support from Grand Cayman.  Relief accounts have been set up at Bank of Butterfield and Cayman National Bank.  Any monetary donation would be greatly appreciated,” he added.

Since IAMCO’s establishment in 2004, they have worked closely with the Recovery Fund in providing materials and significant funding to Grand Cayman after the devastation caused by Hurricane Ivan.  This recent donation will be used to directly benefit the Sister Islands after the passing of Hurricane Paloma.

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