The following is a message from Cayman Current editor and founder Patrick Brendel:
We are delighted to announce that Silver Palm Studios has become a sponsor of our mini-documentary series on TVET and STEM education. Thank you!
Silver Palm is a local media production studio that provides a full range of audio, visual and graphical services. The company is donating in-kind resources and expertise to enable the post-production work on the Cayman Current’s first in-depth multimedia enterprise journalism project.
“I’m so excited that Silver Palm Studios has the opportunity to contribute to a project with so much significance to the community,” said Jerry Kandiah, Director of Audio Post Production for Silver Palm.
“As a local company that employs and trains young Caymanians in the art and craft of media production, we at Silver Palm greatly appreciate the importance of programmes that help the people of this nation develop the marketable skills they need to carve a path in life,” Kandiah said.
We look forward to announcing a media partnership soon that will further enhance the quality and reach of our mini-documentary.
If you’re interested in supporting the project or the Current in general, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Donations Page.
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