Guyana Independence T20 Cup 2013…Hand in Hand Insurance Company throws support behind tourney

May 19, 2013 | By | Filed Under Sports 



Insurance giants, Hand in Hand Insurance Company joined the list of sponsors for the Guyana Independence T20 Cup to be held at the historic Albion Sports Complex on Sunday May 26, 2013.

Mr. Tajpaul Adjodhia, Manager of Berbice, Hand in Hand Insurance Company hands over cheque to Miss. Cosmata Lindie, Secretary of the tournament in the presence of other staff members.

At the presentation which was done recently, Mr Tajpaul Adjodhia, Manager, Berbice said that his company is pleased to be part of this tournament. He added that Hand In Hand Insurance Company is always supportive of cricket in Berbice and are pleased with the work of the Berbice Cricket Board, a partner of the tournament. He referred to his company’s sponsorship of a forty over cricket competition for second division teams in West Berbice which was a huge success. The company, which has five branches in Berbice, noted it is a tangible way of giving back to the communities in which they serve. They expressed joy in hearing that proceeds from this tournament will go towards charity.

Receiving the cheque on behalf of the event, Secretary Miss Cosmata Lindie, thanked the Insurance Company for coming on board. She called on Berbicians to support the company so that in return, they can continue to support charity.

Anil Beharry, event chairman, also thanked Hand In Hand Insurance Company for their backing of the tournament.

Proceeds from this event will go towards assisting with the development of sports in the region. First division clubs, Albion and Bermine, and schools are identified for allocations.

In addition, contributions will be made to two orphanages in Berbice and consideration is given to support a young talent in Berbice in the field of culture. Part of the proceeds will also go towards the rehabilitation of the commentary booth at the Albion Sports Complex. The balance will be shared equally by the two organisations to fulfill their social obligations and community work under the “Power to Change Programme”.

Admission to the venue is $500 for adults and gates open from 09:00hrs. Tickets will be sold only at selected venues that will be named shortly. Popular singer Bunty Singh with his one man band will be part of the live entertainment.

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