CHICOS Shares Support for the People of the Bahamas; Rotary Foundation of the Caribbean to Help with Relief & Recovery

The Rotary Foundation, which has a history of operating in the region with nations impacted by hurricanes, is working to provide impacted countries with necessities such as water, canned food, and clothing.
September 10, 2019: In light of the recent impact on Hurricane Dorian on Abacos and Grand Bahama Islands, the Caribbean Hotel Investment Conference & Operations Summit (CHICOS) has made a donation to the Rotary Foundation of the Caribbean in support of relief and recovery efforts for islands impacted by the recent storms. 
 
“As Chairman of CHICOS, a native of the Caribbean and frequent resident, visitor and business traveler to the region, the sustainability of the Caribbean people and life is of utmost and personal importance to me,” says Parris Jordan, Chairman of HVS CHICOS. “Having been through challenging hurricane situations in the past, I have personal experience working directly with the Rotary Foundation in the Caribbean, and I have the utmost confidence that our contributions will be used effectively and efficiently.”

The Rotary Foundation, which has a history of operating in the region with nations impacted by hurricanes, is working to provide impacted countries with necessities such as water, canned food, and clothing. The organization has outstanding ratings, being named by CNBC as one of the “Top 10 Charities in the World.” Every dollar of the proceeds received will be donated directly to beneficiaries in the Caribbean. For  more information on how to contribute to the Rotary Foundation’s Caribbean relief efforts, click here.

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