Owners of The Great House raise $51,740 for Help during COVID-19 Crisis in Cayman
The Great House owners approved emergency grants last week totaling $51,740 to assist non-profit local agencies with immediate needs, focusing on food, shelter and taking care of elderly and children in Grand Cayman.
“Our Owners and Strata have always supported non-profits as they fill gaps across Grand Cayman,” said John Cresap, Executive Committee member of the Great House. “During this unprecedented time, we see alarming numbers of those in need, and our owners agreed unanimously that we wanted to act quickly to assist with some of our community’s most vital necessities.”
Grants will be provided to Feed Our Future, Acts of Random Kindness, Jasmine, Cayman Islands Red Cross, Resilience Cayman and The National Trust Cayman Islands. All funds are for immediate use to address COVID-19 related issues in Grand Cayman.
“We are watching our fellow citizens and friends in Grand Cayman come together and we are especially appreciative of the hard-working staff at all non-profit organizations, who are feeding, housing and supporting those who need extra help and hope during this hard time,” said Cresap.
I am so pleased and honored to work with such generous owners and happy to see them give back to Cayman in these times said Sue Greene, Manager of The Great House. “They support this community in so many ways, not just in this effort, and whilst there is so many in need as a result of this pandemic, every bit helps!
The owners of The Great House and their families and friends have been visiting Grand Cayman for decades and they felt they should give back to the people of Cayman for all the years of hospitality. Their hope is that the islands will recover from this global crisis soon.
About The Great House
The Great House was built in 1990 and has 26 owners from the around the World. Located on Seven Mile Beach with their signature “Great House Blue” roof and signature windows, the name of the property is derived from the delightful architecture reminiscent of a traditional Caribbean Great House and offers a condominium complex that is full of character. Some may recall it appearing in the movie “The Firm”.