Five children who are moving from Grazettes Primary School to secondary school, this September, will do so with a helping hand from staff of a local bank while those remaining at the school will benefit from having improved learning facilities.

The helping hand was extended by the school’s neighbours at CIBC FirstCaribbean and in particular staff of the Risk Management Business Support Team of the bank.

Grazettes Primary 5

As part of the Adopt-a-Cause programme, the bank’s staff not only provide money for a project but also apply their skills and time by assisting to brighten the classrooms

CIBC FirstCaribbean’s Shernelle Grant explained that the team replaced display boards and changed chalkboards, built and erected a bench as well as painted a classroom as a means of readying the school to greet a new school year.

She added that they were also sponsoring five children by paying their school fees and purchasing uniforms as a means of assisting them as they transition to secondary school.

“The gesture provides an opportunity for us, the Risk Management Business Support team to fulfill our desire to give back to our community while affording a few children an opportunity to transition to secondary school equipped with the necessary tools to aid in their success,” she said.

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Members of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank’s Risk Management Business Support team ensuring that this board is securely affixed to the wall.

The assistance package was done as part of the bank’s outreach to the community that is conducted under its Adopt-A-Cause programme. The programme allows employees to identify projects in their immediate community that they can provide with both financial and voluntary support.

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