The following is a message from Cayman Current editor and founder Patrick Brendel:
It is with tremendous gratitude that we are able to announce that Health City Cayman Islands has become a sponsor of our planned mini-documentary series on TVET and STEM education.
Additionally, Health City has also made a separate donation to become the newest Founding Sponsor of the Cayman Current.
Please join us in thanking Health City for its generosity and support of our public service journalism and our mission to improve education in the Cayman Islands.
“Health City Cayman Islands is proud to be a sponsor of Cayman Current and its in-depth focus on TVET and STEM education through its multimedia journalism project. From the outset, Health City has had a focus on education about medical and allied healthcare careers. Through these initiatives, we have been able to open the eyes of several young Caymanians to the medical and associated fields of study and the careers that await them. A project like the one Cayman Current is undertaking aligns well with our goal of creating pathways to careers in these fields,” said Shomari Scott, Chief Business Officer for Health City Cayman Islands.
Health City’s donation has enabled us to purchase a new camera and video equipment to enhance the quality of the mini-documentary, and which in the future can be used to improve other projects, such as our weekly EdBeat video series. Health City’s donation will be utilised in a number of other areas as well, including to help secure video production services and to increase the reach of the mini-documentary.
Separately from the project sponsorship, Health City has become a Founding Sponsor of the Current, joining other individuals and local companies, including Broadhurst Law Firm.
If you’re interested in supporting our mini-documentary or the Current in general, please email email@example.com or visit our Donations Page. We have recently added PayPal as an option to make it easier for our supporters to donate — in any amount they can.
As a non-profit public service journalism organisation, the Current relies on donations from individuals and groups, and does not sell advertising or offer ‘paid content’.
Sponsors and supporters do not exercise influence over our journalism, which is aimed at furthering our mission to improve education in the Cayman Islands, for the betterment of Cayman’s children and future generations.
We are grateful to all of our donors — and you, the reader — because without your support the Cayman Current simply would not exist.
Patrick Brendel, Founder and Editor