A cheque for £1,000 was donated and presented to the Guardian Angel Foundation by WaveCrest, a Gibraltar-based digital payment solution provider and licensed E-Money Institution. The charity was set up in March 2013 with the intention of improving standards of living for local children affected by genuine financial distress or suffering from any illness which impairs their physical or mental well-being. The Charity also aims to provide financial or other support to any care homes or institutions which provide care, support or services to children in need.
Brent Almeida, CEO of Wavecrest, donating £1,000 cheque to Kevin Hook, Founder and Chairman of The Guardian Angel Foundation, a local children’s charity.
“The Charity would also hope to be able to fund any activities which may benefit children and make their lives happier with less worry, which really is what childhood should be all about,” said founder and chairman Kevin Hook. “It has already funded a new Sensory Room at St Martin’s School, provided St Bernard’s Hospital Rainbow ward both with high dependency cots and in the process of providing a brand new playroom, and has opened an after school activity club to cater for children with disabilities, among other projects.”
Brent Almeida from WaveCrest said: “Over the past two and a half years I have followed the work of The Guardian Angel Foundation and have personally admired the hard work and determination that they put into helping the children in our community that need it most. Their tireless have efforts have improved the lives of countless disadvantaged children and WaveCrest is honoured to be a able to contribute to such a great cause.”