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Dec 21 - RGP Charity Committee Cheque Presentation

The Commissioner of Police Eddie Yome, on behalf of the RGP Charity Committee, and in the presence of His Excellency the Governor Lt Gen Edward Davis, and the Chief Minister Fabian Picardo, presented cheques totalling £13,520 to representatives of several charities at a reception held yesterday:

  • Calpe House 

  • Gibraltar Community Association 

  • GBC Open Day 

  • Gibraltar Alzheimer’s and Dementia Society 

  • Cancer Relief Gibraltar 

  • Prostate Cancer Support Group Gibraltar 

  • Baby STEPPS (Support Through Early Parenthood & Pregnancies) Gibraltar 

  • Gibraltar Multiple Sclerosis Society 

  • Gibraltar Sea Scouts Band 

  • Alexander Goodwin 

The monies presented yesterday were raised during various events held throughout the year, including deductions from staff salaries, Summer and Mid-Term camps for children, a cycling marathon and the annual Mini-Olympiad. 


Commissioner Yome said: “I’m delighted that we’re able to assist these truly deserving charities through the efforts of our staff and the generosity of sponsors and wider community who are always supportive of our efforts. Yesterday’s donations are in addition to other events supported by our officers and support staff throughout the year, such as the Family Fun-Day in aid of “Stay Clean” and awareness days for Mental Health, Autism and Prostate Cancer amongst many others, where staff organise their own collections and donate directly to these worthy causes. We truly are a giving community.” 



 

 

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