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EY Donates to Local Children’s Homes
Apr 11, 2017 - 12:31:11 PM

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From left to right: Michele Thompson, EY Country Managing Partner; Marita Ferguson, Children’s Emergency Hostel; Sean Rolle, EY Senior Manager; Ms. Newbold, Bilney Lane Children’s Home; Andrea Johnson, Elizabeth Estate Children’s Home; Tiffany Norris Pilcher, EY Partner.

EY’s Nassau office recently held an internal fundraiser and donated the funds to three local children’s homes: The Children Emergency Hostel, Elizabeth Estate Children’s Home and Bilney Lane Children’s Home. Each home serves children with a specific need, including orphans and victims of domestic abuse.

“Giving back to local charities has always been a top priority for us as educating the next generation is part of our mission of building stronger communities and a better working world for everyone,” said Michele Thompson, Bahamas Country Managing Partner, EY. “We are proud to help these three vital charities fulfill their mission of providing safe and loving homes for underprivileged children in the Bahamas and making a difference in children’s lives each day.”

EY has a proud heritage of community involvement and identifying charities that are most in need of support. Recently, EY employees donated Christmas gifts and school supplies to Lowe Sound Primary School on Andros Island after Hurricane Matthew caused extensive damage to the school.



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