Sagicor Bank is now the official bank of Dream Entertainment Limited’s five day summer music festival - Dream Weekend.
Sagicor team members turned out in their numbers on Saturday to support the 15th staging of the Jamaica Cancer Society's Relay for Life, held to honour those who have passed away from cancer.
Some 100 ambitious young professionals from universities across the island will be spending the next six weeks spread across Sagicor Group as part of the organisation's Summer Mentorship Programme.
Some 100 young, ambitious professionals, shining with potential, assembled for a quick photo outside the R. Danny Williams Building of Sagicor Group Jamaica's head office in New Kingston during their orientation session of the group's Summer Mentorship Programme.
Kemar Williams, up-and-coming Jamaican artist, who secured the highest grade in the region in visual arts in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate examination in 2011, enrolled at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in 2013; however, he had to put his studies on pause due to financial challenges. Sagicor Group Jamaica,having heard of Williams’ story, has offered the young artist a three-year scholarship through the Sagicor Foundation, valued at $250,000 annually, to finish his degree.
Sagicor Bank, through its partnership with the official sponsor of the International Champions Cup, Mastercard, is giving a lucky client a chance to see “El Clasico” between Real Madrid and FC Barcelona in Miami on July 29.
Sagicor team members prepare luminaria bags with stickers and special messages in honour of loved ones who are battling cancer, as well as in memory of those who have died from the disease.
Nine-year-old Ziele Wallace of Kingston emerged the champion boy of the 34th staging of the JTA/Sagicor National Athletic Championships. Presenting him with one of his prizes is Willad Brown, executive vice-president of Sagicor Life Jamaica. Wallace was among more than 1,200 primary, all-age and junior high-school students who competed during the two-day (June 2 and 3) championships.
Long hailed in corporate circles as a pioneering presence in the Jamaican insurance industry, R Danny Williams was justifiably the toast of the evening at a celebratory dinner hosted by the Sagicor Group at the Spanish Court Hotel's Worthington extension property last Thursday.
Michelle-Ann Letman, assistant manager, public relations & corporate social responsibility, Sagicor, delights students from Treadlight Primary School during her reading session at the Sagicor Foundation and Lasco iCool Child Month activity, ’Reading is Cool’.