Kirk Freeport
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As another school year begins in Cayman, Caribbean Alliance Insurance and Hurley’s Media (Rooster 101) with the support of the community are proud to be able to send children across Cayman back to school with tools they need to succeed in the classroom.

Saturday August 20th marked the close of the three week long “Stuff the Bus” initiative that was sponsored by Caribbean Alliance Insurance Company.  Between August 1st and August 20th the Rooster 101 listeners were encouraged to donate various school supplies to help children in need that were heading back to classes at the end of this month.

The three week long donation drive secured 3,738 supplies that have been presented to the Department of Children and Family Services, the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and the Special Needs Foundation for distribution to families with children needing assistance.


Caribbean Alliance Insurance volunteers sit alongside bus seats filled with Back to School Supply donations (L-R) Caribbean Alliance Branch Manager’s son Jaylan Samuels, Caribbean Alliance Branch Manager Aleisha Lalor and Caribbean Alliance Underwriter Chanelle Ramoon.

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The Needs Assessment Unit representatives collects donated school supplies from Caribbean Alliance pictured (L-R) Tamara Hurlston, Chanelle Ramoon of Caribbean Alliance and Matthew Hylton


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