Local firm seeks nominations for altruism

| 14/08/2009

(CNS): Local telecommunication provider LIME is looking for a thoughtful young person who used even a part of their summer holidays to make a positive difference in the lives of others. The firm is looking for nominations from the community for an altruistic youngster who put others before themselves so the firm can reward their efforts with a special award and prize.

The company has announced that it will be providing a prize for an individual, between the age of 13 and 21, who spent even a part of their summer holidays giving voluntary service to a charitable cause or organization, performing community service or working on an initiative designed to benefit the less fortune.

“LIME has always been a strong supporter of the youth and we think that young people who actually use their spare time to make things better for others should be rewarded and highlighted as an example for their peers,” said Tony Ritch, Country Manager for LIME in Cayman Islands.

Nominations close on Monday August 31 ans any member of the public can submit nominations to LIME by describing the contribution made by the nominee in 300 words or less.  Nominations can be sent via email to Julie.hutton@time4lime.com or they can be dropped off at any LIME retail location.



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