The Deputy Governor’s first 5k run walk has helped raise more than $12,000 for a new Hospice Care building. Governor Helen Kilpatrick and Deputy Governor Hon. Franz Manderson hosted a reception ceremony to thank all those who helped to put on the race.
Derek Haines takes on the fourth of his six marathons as part of a bid to raise $1 million for a new building in Camana Bay for Cayman HospiceCare this weekend. It is the San Francisco Marathon and so far training has gone well for the 65-year-old Englishman despite the blazing heat.
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Rotaract Blue raised just over a thousand dollars in support of Derek Haines’ six for hospice fundraiser. Club members were out by Hurleys and Cost-U-Less over the weekend collecting donations. Alice Ramos, the Vice President of Rotarct Blues, says Mr. Haines’ cause isadmirable and members from her club were eager to get out and raise funds.
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Deputy Governor Franz Manderson and 675 civil servants walked or ran the five kilometer challenge set by the public service boss to raise money for Derek Haines’ own marathon challenge, which aims to raise $1million for the local hospice.
Derek Haines is rearing to go to maintain his $1 million challenge in his third of six marathons for the year this weekend to fund a new Cayman HospiceCare building in Camana Bay and his total has just been boosted by another $100,000 donation.