“73% of male abusers were abused as children“
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC), which provides safe shelter and support for a victims of domestic violence and their children, announces its collaboration with Mothers’ Union to host the fundraising event, Raise your Teacup. This event is an annual calendar...
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre launched a new Kids Helpline pilot programme on 22 November, 2018, at the CICC’s Walk-in Centre, Estella’s Place.
Crisis Centre announces annual fun run and welcomes community members to register or participate as a sponsor.
Sunday December 9 2018 – Registration for the event on www.caymanactive.com/jingle. CI$25 pre-registration and CI$30 day of the event.
Taya Lounge (teens and young adults), a division of non-for-profit Cayman Islands Crisis Centre, is hosting an open house for the community on September 20th, 2018 to give prospective participants and families the opportunity to find out more about their services.
The Cayman Islands Crisis Centre (CICC) has launched a public awareness campaign to promote the shelter during the World Cup. Rotary Club of Grand Cayman has teamed up with the CICC with a donation of $1,000 to pay for the campaign.
Crisis Centre graciously receives $1000 donation from the debut Women’s Empowerment 5k run.
Kelsey Grammer is mostly known for his work as a comic actor. But Thursday night, he moved a crowd of about 300 people at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort with a tale of sadness.
Polished nail salon recently raised CI$600 in support of the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre through a campaign to help support women in honour of international women’s month.
Host Barrie Quappe sits down with the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre’s very own Ania Milanowska, Executive Director and the Chairperson of the board, Denise Gower.
The fifth annual HighWater Community Christmas party raised more than US$13,800 in cash as well as numerous gifts for the families supported by the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre.