Food & Lifestyle
Updated: December 2, 2019
Give Back This Festive Season
Christmas is about giving and sharing time with the people who mean the most to us. However, there are many people in our local communities that could also do with some help this festive season. If you have the time and or means to give to those in need, we have selected a few local groups who could do with your help.
This organization’s mission is to mitigate island-wide hunger, malnutrition and poverty by providing access to good, healthy food through donations. They serve local children who need a nutritional foundation to learn and grow, local families struggling to make ends meet, seniors and homebound who need nutritious meals and services for health and independence. There are many ways to get involved with Food Bank, including through food drives, donations and volunteering!
Learn more by visiting their website by clicking here.
Cayman’s Acts of Random Kindness (ARK) endeavors to be a friend to people in unique circumstances of crisis, to demonstrate kindness through loving acts of service. You can volunteer with the group and help in a variety of ways, from fundraising to painting and decorating or mentoring children and working with young people.
To learn more visit their website by clicking here!
In its 9th year, Camana Bay is again holding its Christmas Give initiative. There are many ways to support, from donating non-perishable food, purchasing tickets to a special move screening, participating in the Santa Run, and many more. All funds will be donated to Cayman Food Bank.
For more information click here!
The Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels provides free, hot, nutritious meals to seniors, the homebound and the disabled throughout the Cayman Islands. There are many ways to help the organization over the busy festive season including one time or monthly online giving, attending a charity event (organized throughout the year), and even donating a car or boat, that can be sold and turned into meals for those in need.
To better understand how you can help, visit the Meals on Wheels website by clicking here.