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(CNS Business): Governor Duncan Taylor was among the 30 children and 325 adults who took part in the Valentine's Mile on Sunday 12 February, which raised CI$4,900 for Hedge Funds Care Cayman, a non-profit organisation that works to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect in the Cayman Islands. Organised by RaceCaribbean and sponsored by Cartier and Kirk Freeport, the event will now be an annual fundraiser, said Lauren Nelson, chair for the charity. "As an organisation in the fight against child abuse and neglect, we couldn't be happier with how this event has not only raised much needed funds but also awareness of such a serious problem that afflicts our community here in Cayman,” she said.
Raffle prizes included items from Baccarat, Rolex, Lalique, Mont Blanc, Longchamps, Pandora and Swarovski, in addition to perfume gift baskets and gift certificates. There was also a separate children’s raffle with prizes from Swatch and Kipling.
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