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Collas Crill raises funds and awareness for breast cancer charity

Business 16 Oct, 2023 Follow News

Collas Crill raises funds and awareness for breast cancer charity

Collas Crill in Cayman has had a busy Breast Cancer Awareness month so far.

From Pilates, walks and runs, to Monte Carlo nights the firm has helped to raise money for, and awareness of, breast cancer charities.

On 28 September the firm’s dispute resolution team brought Monte Carlo to Cayman to host a pink themed evening in aid of the Cayman Breast Cancer Foundation.

An array of amazing raffle prizes were on offer from The Tasting Room, Ryde, The Ritz-Carlton Spa and The Anchorage Condos Cayman Islands. The event raised more than USD$5,000 in donations for the Breast Cancer Foundation.

On 7 October Collas Crill was a powerhouse sponsor of the 17th annual Pilates for Pink fundraiser, which benefits the Cayman Islands Cancer Society to help them provide financial assistance to cancer patients and their families.

On Sunday 8 October, 20 members of the Collas Crill team participated in the Brenda Tibbetts Lund Walk/Run. Funds raised from this event are used to purchase mammograms for women as part of the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.

‘For many years Collas Crill has supported breast cancer awareness campaigns and charities through many activities and sponsorships,’ said Stephen Leontsinis, Cayman Managing Partner and Head of the dispute resolution team at Collas Crill.

‘It’s become part of our DNA as a firm and to be able to hand over USD$5,000 from our Monte Carlo evening has been fantastic.’

Partner and Head of the Cayman property team at Collas Crill, Gina Berry said: ‘I am a longstanding member of the Lions Club of Tropical Gardens, and a current member of its Board of Directors. They started the breast cancer focus in Cayman as their signature project and I’m proud that the Collas Crill team has gone on to wholeheartedly embrace it as one of their charities of choice.’


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