The following is a message from Cayman Current editor and founder Patrick Brendel:
Please welcome Doctors Hospital (DH) as the first sponsor of the Weekly Current newsletter.
We consider the Weekly Current to be the ‘flagship product’ of the Cayman Current. The sponsorship from DH will help us to continue providing this content free of charge to subscribers’ emails every week.
Please join us in thanking DH for its generosity and support of our mission to improve education in the Cayman Islands through our public service journalism.
“Doctors Hospital (DH) is thrilled to sponsor the Cayman Current’s weekly newsletter and the amazing efforts of this digital-first nonprofit, nonpartisan media organisation. Our support reinforces our commitment to our Cayman community – in particular as it pertains to the education of our children and youth,” said Kay Ludeke, Senior Human Resources Manager, Doctors Hospital.
“Ongoing community engagement on key issues including centralised access to scholarships and other educational resources and opportunities is critical to empowering young boys and girls and their families island-wide,” Ludeke said.
DH’s donation will also help support the Current’s ongoing marketing efforts to increase our subscriber base and make sure as many people as possible have access to our free content.
You can do your part by forwarding the Weekly Current to friends and colleagues who may be interested in local education news, or by sharing the link to our Sign Up page on social media.
If you’re interested in supporting the Current, please email email@example.com or visit our Donations Page. We have included 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