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Harneys lend support to FSN's Back-to-School Drive

(L to R) Wendy Burnett-Charles (Family Support Network), Colin Riegels (Harneys), Sasha Stoutt (FSN) and Deidra Massicot (FSN). Photo: Provided
Global offshore law firm Harneys has donated $3,000 to the Family Support Network’s back to school drive which helps families in need to get the necessary tools, texts and materials for learning.

According to a press release from the firm dated October 4 2018, Managing Partner Colin Riegels commended the Family Support Network (FSN) for its many years of invaluable service to the BVI community and in particular its contribution to helping those in need in the year since Hurricane Irma.

“One of the values we at Harneys hold is the importance of education to the future of individuals and the territory. We are pleased to make this small contribution to helping families and children start the new school year with the supplies they need to be successful,” he said.

Sasha Stoutt, Director of the Family Support Network said, “This donation will go a long way to help families. We say thank you so much to Harneys I know that the families that we support at FSN will greatly appreciate it as well.”

Harneys' corporate social responsibility activities primarily consist of four focus areas: helping the most vulnerable in the local communities, preserving our environment, promoting arts and culture and investing in young people. These core values guide our efforts and we also proactively respond when an unexpected crisis arises, such as with the recovery needed following the devastation caused in September 2017 by Hurricane Irma in the British Virgin Islands.

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