BTC PARTNERS WITH THE ANNUAL POLICE SUMMER YOUTH CAMP

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August 14, 2019

BTC partnered with the Royal Bahamas Police Force as it hosted its 25th annual Summer Youth Camp. The company’s iVolunteer team participated in a number of activities in New Providence and the Family Islands.

Senior Manager for Public Relations, Indira Collie said, “Our teams enjoy helping to build better communities in whichever way we can. We are grateful for the support of our iVolunteer team and happy for the opportunity to partner with the Police Force’s annual Summer Youth Camp. We were able to provide assistance to the camps in Exuma, Inagua, Andros, Abaco and New Providence.”

In Exuma, BTC funded a coastal cleanup day for the camp. Students were able to learn more about the importance of taking care of the environment and ensuring that we maintain a sustainable environment for future generations.

One hundred campers in New Providence were treated to a private showing of the Lion King at Fusion Superplex. In Abaco campers learned all about telephone etiquette, and in Lowe Sound Andros, our team had a motivational talk with the students. At the Inagua closing ceremony, campers were treated to special lunch event.

Superintendent Shanta Knowles, thanked BTC and said, “The Royal Bahamas Police Force is pleased to have had BTC as a sponsor for our Summer Youth Camp. I am sure that the fun activities that you had with our kids in New Providence and in the Family Islands will create lasting memories for them. We look forward to your partnership in the future as we create safer communities for our children.”

BTC continues to do its part to create moments that matter for our customers and our communities. Through the company’s iVolunteer program, BTC is able to touch the lives of thousands of persons each year.

 

BTC iVolunteers with RBPF Southern District Campers at Fusion Superplex

 

BTC iVolunteers Cherolyn, Michelle, Kenton, Bonnie and Ajna at Fusion

 

BTC iVolunteers Rashae Burrows and Daneisha McIntosh with the Abaco Campers

 

BTC iVolunteer Anita Cartwright along with the Inagua Camp

 

BTC donates to the Exuma Camp and assists with the coastal cleanup activity

 

BTC iVolunteers Diane Lockhart and Rosie Smith help with the Exuma coastal cleanup

 

BTC iVoluneer Wildyne Burrows spoke to Abaco campers on mobile etiquette

 

BTC iVolunteer Tina Cooper talks with the Andros campers

News date : 08/14/2019    Category : About Bahamians, Community/Charity, Environment, Press Releases

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