Grant Thornton plants 40 native trees across Grand Cayman

The Honourable Sabrina Turner, Minister for Health and Wellness, Dara Keogh and some of the Grant Thornton team at the newly established Prospect Park.

Grant Thornton Cayman Islands’ entire team spent a day out of the office to participate in their annual global ‘GT in the Community’ corporate social responsibility day. Since 2014, Grant Thornton’s 750 offices have closed their doors and encouraged their 62,000+ employees to get involved in local community projects, with a promise to ‘Act, Commit and Share’. This year, the ever-growing accountancy practice spread far and wide to plant 40 native trees including mahogany, and local fruit trees.

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