Sagicor supports TT's flood relief efforts
The Disaster Management Units from the Diego Martin Regional Corporation, the Port of Spain City Corporation, and the San Juan/Laventille Regional Corporation confirmed that cleaning items and face masks were most needed following the flood’s impact.
Each corporation received donations of masks, as well as cleaning tools integral to post-recovery, namely mops, brooms, and buckets, with the Port of Spain City Corporation also receiving food hampers.
Keston Howell, president and CEO, Sagicor General Insurance Inc, said, “Flooding has such a long-range impact on affected communities. Apart from the initial flooding, the clean-up and recording of losses means recovery takes time. Sagicor is committed to improving the lives of the people in the communities in which we operate, so as a corporate leader we are happy to help those affected via the regional corporations.”
Sagicor’s commitment to corporate social responsibility continues to be evident through its many CSR programmes, as well as its covid-19 relief efforts during the ongoing global pandemic.
Disaster management coordinator Stefan Affonso, left, from the Port of Spain City Corporation, accepts the flood relief supplies presented by Sagicor’s agency manager Arturo Rauseo, attached to the Amery Rauseo branch at Sagicor’s Head Office on August 12
Alderman Sigler Jack from the Diego Martin Regional Corporation, left, receives flood relief supplies from Sagicor unit manager Wayne Griffith, from the Christopher Gouveia branch, at Sagicor’s Head Office on August 6. Also in photo are Kathy Christopher, the disaster management coordinator, and field officer Shane Nelson.
Unit manager Nicole Matas, left, from the Joel Martinez branch, presents disaster management coordinator Patrice Durham, with supplies to assist with flood clean-up at Sagicor’s Head Office on August 12.