Cains are delighted to offer their assistance to the Douglas branch of the RNLI who have chosen to host their meetings at Fort Anne.
Andrew Corlett, managing director of Cains, said: “Given the strong link between our offices at Fort Anne which is the former home of Sir William Hillary, the founder of the RNLI, it seems appropriate to give our support to such a worthwhile cause.”
Cathryn Lewin, the fifth great granddaughter of Sir William Hillary recently visited Cains at Fort Anne during her visit to the Isle of Man with members of the Douglas RNLI.
Mary Corran, volunteer Lifeboat Operations Manager for the Douglas branch of the RNLI said: “This kind offer of support made by Cains is very much appreciated. Given that the RNLI relies entirely on voluntary public donations, the use of Fort Anne will save on expenses making more funds available for the life saving work of the RNLI.”