RE/MAX supports After School Programme


Pictured above are RE/MAX Agents and Staff from left to right: Tamara Siemens, Simone Myles, Peter Takacs, Susan Boyko, Cindy Raymond, Scott Elliott, Edna Ebanks, Dillon Claassen, Kass Coleman, Michael Binckes, Brigitte Greene, James Myles (Programme Lias), Stephanie Sommerville, James Bovell, Michael Joseph, Mabel McMillan, Tatum Jose, Heather Richards, Maria Tompack.

RE/MAX Sales Associates and Staff recently presented a donation of one thousand dollars to Michael Myles, Coordinator of At-Risk-Youth in the Cayman Islands, in support of his ongoing efforts to establish and expand an Extended After-School Programme (EASP).

In just 3 short years, Mr. Myles has grown the EASP from 60 to 1,400 kids offering nine different programmes.
“We were extremely pleased to support this wonderful program. At RE/MAX, we are committed to supporting charitable community efforts, financially and through employee participation, with special focus on youth development,” says James Bovell, Agent/Broker for RE/MAX Cayman Islands.

“Youth based initiatives like these are essential for developing a thriving and progressive Cayman, and I can’t thank Michael enough for his efforts and dedication to this program,” concluded Mr. Bovell.

“It is an honor to partner with an esteem organization like RE/MAX in support of our youth,” says Mr. Myles. “On behalf of the Cayman Islands Skateboard, one of our nine programmes, we are pleased to have RE/MAX as a sponsor of our first international youth skate board competition.”