Foundation wants to protect Scott-Roberts’ name

| 22/12/2008

(CNS): The Board of Directors of the Estella Scott-Roberts Foundation is requesting that anyone using the name of the late Estella Scott-Roberts for causes and awards should obtain the permission of the foundation. Chairperson Rayle Roberts explained that the Foundation was very keen to ensure that his late wife’s memory.

The Estella Scott-Roberts Foundation, a newly established non-profit company, aims to continue Scott-Roberts’ community work by focusing on areas such as non- violence, women’s and gender issues, and other social issues as deemed necessary, and its are particularly anxious to protect the use of the name of the late Estella Scott-Roberts.

The Foundation is aware of some community initiatives, as well as awards, which have already started or were issued in Scott-Roberts’ memory. However, they are concerned that there may be more activities or awards being planned in Scott-Roberts’ name that are unknown to the Foundation.

Rayle Roberts, Chairperson of the Estella Scott-Roberts Foundation, explained that the Foundation was very keen to ensure that his late wife’s memory, name, and image are not misused or improperly associated with any activities, awards, or initiatives which do not reflect Estella’s beliefs or her life’s work.

The Foundation will grant approval to use Scott-Roberts’ name in support of any project or award which reflects the objectives of the Foundation, namely – to promote a life free of violence, gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.

Any entity or persons planning to or who are already using Scott-Roberts’ name in association with any project, award or activity should first obtain approval to do so from the Estella Scott-Roberts Foundation by writing to PO Box 84 Grand Cayman KY1-1501 CAYMAN ISLANDS or by emailing esrfoundation@gmail.com.
 

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