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The Dream Girls Club, an off-shoot mentorship programme of the charity Phenomenal People, is taking on the singular mission of showing young Bermudian women...
Middlemen, facilitators, long-term planners, the Bermuda Community Foundation is a relatively recent addition to the charitable-giving landscape on the island. Where the foundation, in existence...
Robin O'Neil and her partner, Lisa Symonds, decided, in the summer of 2007, that there needed to be a better way to connect students, parents and schools in Bermuda to colleges.
The Eliza Doolittle Society, a registered charity since 2002, has evolved over the past three years to become a vibrant force in addressing hunger and food wastage in Bermuda.
Tucker Murphys ambitious plans for improving our precious linear parks the Bermuda railway trail.
The original Toys for Tots program began in 1947 when Major Bill Hendricks collected and distributed 5,000 toys to needy children.
Martha Dismont and John Layfield take bermudas toughest problems head on.
By the age of 16, he was playing first-division soccer for the North Village Club, Bermuda.
The Bermuda End-to-End charity walk began in 1988 when three non-Bermudians planned an informal trek covering Bermuda’s entire Railway Trail.
Becky Ausenda is a “mom-preneur,” a term she defines as someone who creates a job she can do at home, calling upon previous professional experience while playing a significant role in her children’s lives.
When 43-year-old Jan Fraser applied to work in the airline industry, she expected to be the oldest flight-attendant-in-training there.
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