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Logic helps Humane’s thrift shop

From left, Saskia Salden, Cayman Islands Humane Society director, Pamela Small, Logic sales and marketing, and Jacki Ebanks, Thrift Shop manager

Cayman telecommunications company Logic provided the newly opened Humane Society thrift shop, located at the Venetia Plaza, with free internet and wi-fi last month.

The Cayman Islands Humane Society is dedicated to promoting the welfare of companion animals in the community by sponsoring spay and neuter programmes, placing homeless animals in loving permanent homes, and providing quality humane education with an emphasis on responsible pet ownership. Logic stands by the Humane Society’s mission and is a proud advocate of their work and service.

“At Logic, we strive to assist organisations like the Humane Society, whose primary focus is the welfare of animals. We believe that the Humane Society is important to our island and we respect the work that they do by protecting and valuing our animals,” said Logic’s Pamela Small. “When we heard about the new thrift shop, we were delighted to assist them by providing Logic internet and wi-fi as we felt this was a way to show Logic’s appreciation to the many workers and volunteers of the Humane Society.”

At the thrift shop, you can purchase gently used clothes, toys, housewares, small appliances and even furniture at bargain prices and the revenue from sales helps with veterinary care, shelter, and food for the animals.

“Moving our thrift shop to more spacious premises was a big undertaking for us and had to be kept within a tight budget,” said Lesley Walker, Cayman Islands Humane Society board member.

“We were ecstatic when the team at Logic stepped forward and offered to provide free internet and wi-fi. We use the internet to check prices and values of donations and to advertise items available for sale. And, of course, it is also a convenience for our great volunteers. A huge thank you to Logic for helping us to ensure that more money goes directly to helping our animals.”

The public is encouraged to donate any items to the thrift shop that can be of value and for more information, call 945-5596.

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