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. Read more here

Cayman Hospice Care picked up a big donation from MaplesFS and their clients. A check for more than $33,000 was presented to Cayman Hospice Care last month. The money will help out with Hospice Care’s operational costs as well as funding educational outreach efforts. Cayman Hospice Care, a nonprofit organisation, provides free end-of-life care to Cayman Islands residents. Watch video

In what is turning out to be an amazing challenge for the local veteran marathon runner, Derek Haines finished his third marathon of the year this weekend in Spain. Haines crossed the finish line in the debut Pamplona marathon which he ran with his daughter Lizzy in a l4 hours, 12 minutes. Although Haines was recovering from a cold and found this marathon tough, having his daughter by his side, who also happens to be a doctor, he kept on going and finished marathon number three in his six race challenge to raise $1million to build an impatient care facility for the local hospice. Read more here

Derek Haines completed the Pamplona Marathon in Spain but had to overcome the after-effects of a cold to do so. Mr. Haines finished the 26.2 mile run with his daughter Lizzy in 4 hours, 12 minutes on Saturday night. It was the third of six marathons for the year as part of his $1 million Cayman HospiceCare target. Read more here