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Our Projects

Although the original idea behind the Pink Ladies was for service to the community, it was realised that there was a need for money in many areas of the community and so fund-raising activities were started, first with the opening of a Coffee Shop in 1981 at the George Town Hospital, which continued for 33 years.


In 1982 the first Mother’s Day Tea and Fashion Show was held and in 1983 the Christmas Bazaar was started and which has grown now into a grand Christmas tradition. A Craft Group was set up in 1983 to supply beautiful, handmade products for the Bazaar. Other fund-raisers followed over the years: and annual Easter Basket/Eggs sale, Golf Tournaments and Lunches.

All funds raised go straight back into the community, with regular donations to the Pines, the NCVO, The Lighthouse School, Special Olympics and the Hospital. We also support the conservation of Blue Iguanas sponsoring an Iguana we call ‘Lady Pink’. Other donations are made when special needs arise.

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Bingo at Jasmine

Pink Ladies host an afternoon of bingo at Jasmine HospiceCare on the first Wednesday of each month.

Fun games with tea and cakes for friends and family of Jasmine HospiceCare.

For more information or to sign up please contact or 945 7447.

All welcome

The Pines Retirement Home

Each year the PLVC gives a donation to The Pines Retirement Home to help fund specific equipment needs or, in the past few years, towards building and villa refurbishments. We also host a Birthday Lunch for Pines residents and organise a Tea Party for Older Persons Month.

Cancer Stride Water Stop and Earth Day clean up

The Pink Ladies man a water stop at the annual Cayman Islands Cancer Society Stride which usually takes place in January. 

Pink Ladies also take part in the Chamber of Commerce Earth Day island wide clean up.  This event is usually in April.

Volunteers are always welcome for both of these community events.

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