HSBC brought some cup match magic to BHB this week. The HSBC Cup Match Motorcade was rerouted to pass KEMH on Point Finger Road on Monday, and special treat tables were arranged at KEMH on Monday and at MWI on Tuesday as many staff had to stay on-site to work. In addition, ten cricket sets were donated to the residents and clients who have intellectual disabilities or seniors with mental health issues, who live on site at the Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute or in one of their group homes in the community.
Mike Richmond, CEO & President, Bermuda Hospitals Board, said: “Thank you, HSBC, for including our staff, who often miss out on cup match festivities as they have to work, and who have been under particular strain over the last 18 months due to the pandemic. We appreciate the love and support and wish everyone a wonderful cup match holiday.”
Tanya Bule, HSBC Bermuda’s Head of Wealth and Personal Banking & Marketing shared, “Given everything that BHB has done and continues to do, in caring for our community during the pandemic, we felt it was important to show our appreciation while bringing some Cup Match cheer to them. Thank you from all of us at HSBC.”
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