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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...

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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...

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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.

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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.

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Tucker Murphys ambitious plans for improving our precious linear parks the Bermuda railway trail.

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The original Toys for Tots program began in 1947 when Major Bill Hendricks collected and distributed 5,000 toys to needy children.

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Martha Dismont and John Layfield take bermudas toughest problems head on.

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By the age of 16, he was playing first-division soccer for the North Village Club, Bermuda.

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The Bermuda End-to-End charity walk began in 1988 when three non-Bermudians planned an informal trek covering Bermuda’s entire Railway Trail.

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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.

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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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