With close to eighty-four children living with HIV/AIDS in The Bahamas, at a cost of approximately $2,000 per child, Lady Camille Barnett, President of The Bahamas AIDS Foundation shared that, “It’s expensive to fund these kinds of programs. Some persons may become immune to the medication provided over time and require a different kind of drug. We have been so fortunate to have corporate partners like REV who have been critical to this process.”
REV employees represented the communications company last weekend at the seventh annual Grand Bahama Hope Ball at the Grand Lucayan Resort. Director Northern Bahamas Operations, Edris Wilson shared, “As a company, we have been personally touched by the effects of cancer, having lost members of our team and those friends and family members near and dear to us. We honour and celebrate them all, especially our survivors and we stand with our community in doing the same.”
REV has a long standing history with supporting cancer awareness in The Bahamas. This year, REV, along with the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Bahamas organisers will host two power breakfasts at the flagship store in the Mall at Marathon.
The communications provider reached out again in an effort to provide aid to local pet charity, the Humane Society of The Bahamas (BHS). Cable Bahamas (CBL) partnered with Bahamian wholesaler, Milo Butler Distributors immediately following the passage of Hurricane Irma to bring relief to those most impacted by the storm and the BHS was not left of the list.
Cable Bahamas wasted no time in providing support to those residents most impacted by the ravages of Hurricane Irma.
Cable Bahamas advises that effective immediately, due to recent changes to programme licensing in our region, we are required to black out WWE programming.