Colina Donates to The Bahamas Red CrossGrand Bahama Branch Receives Funds
Freeport, Grand Bahama, The Bahamas, September 30, 2020 – Colina Insurance Limited (Colina) donated ten thousand dollars to the Grand Bahama Branch of The Bahamas Red Cross today.
“Colina is committed to positively impacting our society through key community partnerships,” said Elrod Outten, Branch Manager, Northern Branch, Colina Insurance Limited. “The Red Cross is to be commended for the outstanding work that they do here in Grand Bahama and across the other islands of The Bahamas.”
“While the 2020 hurricane season is almost over, the work of The Bahamas Red Cross continues throughout the entire year,” said Maxine Seymour, Director, Corporate Communications, Colina Insurance Limited. “The organization’s Meals on Wheels programme has been particularly stretched as a result of the pandemic and so we wanted to assist.”
The donation was presented at Colina Insurance Limited’s Freeport Branch. Health protocols were enforced with all individuals sanitizing their hands, wearing protective masks and physically distancing.
About Colina Insurance Limited (Colina)
Colina is a diversified financial services company, offering comprehensive life and health insurance solutions. Colina is wholly-owned by Colina Holdings Bahamas Limited (CHBL). CHBL is a Bahamian Company, built on a firm foundation of trust, integrity and responsibility. Colina has evolved over the past 155 years to become The Bahamas’ largest life and health insurer, with a solid reputation for providing insurance and related financial services products that help clients prepare for life’s unexpected events.
About The Bahamas Red Cross
The Bahamas Branch of the Red Cross was formed in 1939 under the auspices of the British Red Cross to support the war effort during the second world war. The Red Cross is an international humanitarian movement with members worldwide. The mission of the organization is: to work for the prevention of disease and the promotion of health and social welfare to train personnel and encourage voluntary service, to act as a channel for collecting money and goods donated by the general public for the sick and suffering.