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20-Mar-2020 10:44

Too many of us had our heads down like cattle and didnt realize the grass wasnt growing as fast as we were grazing.This is an opportune time for us to readjust and get used to the new reality.Once we get all the stats done up, we give them money.Arrim Perinchief, president of Baileys Bay, said that all he had heard from the ECCA was that the issue had not been forgotten.The rest of the funds are meant to be divided among the other three clubs.We all know the money went missing, Otis Minors, the St Davids president, said of the June theft.

Elaine Butterfield, executive director of the Centre on Philanthropy, which organized the event, has previously warned Bermudas charities are experiencing unprecedented financial pressure, with 65 per cent experiencing an increase in demand for their services coupled with a reduction in donations.Mr Burchall highlighted Bermudas growing GDP but warned that due to the peculiarities and uniqueness of our situation, it is not going to feel like it.It will feel like it is dragging on and that is because our need to service our debt is increasing, increasing, increasing. Mr Burchall spoke positively about the potential economic impact of the Americas Cup but stressed that for our economy to be able to support our debt service cost, it would be crucial to increase the working population in Bermuda from 33,500 to at least 45,000. Charities have been urged to consider the short-term pain of consolidation or mergers as they battle for survival in Bermudas harsh economy.Caroline Foulger, chairwoman of Bermuda Business Development Agency, encouraged the third sector to follow the example of the international business community by undergoing tough measures that could lead to a brighter long-term future.

Elaine Butterfield, executive director of the Centre on Philanthropy, which organized the event, has previously warned Bermudas charities are experiencing unprecedented financial pressure, with 65 per cent experiencing an increase in demand for their services coupled with a reduction in donations.Mr Burchall highlighted Bermudas growing GDP but warned that due to the peculiarities and uniqueness of our situation, it is not going to feel like it.It will feel like it is dragging on and that is because our need to service our debt is increasing, increasing, increasing. Mr Burchall spoke positively about the potential economic impact of the Americas Cup but stressed that for our economy to be able to support our debt service cost, it would be crucial to increase the working population in Bermuda from 33,500 to at least 45,000. Charities have been urged to consider the short-term pain of consolidation or mergers as they battle for survival in Bermudas harsh economy.Caroline Foulger, chairwoman of Bermuda Business Development Agency, encouraged the third sector to follow the example of the international business community by undergoing tough measures that could lead to a brighter long-term future.Think about what you are best at, what are you better at than anyone else at delivering.