Guyana’s leading Insurance Company held its 13th Annual Cycling Programme in the National Park on October 7th, 2017. The successful 11-race cycling programme organized by National Cycling Coach, Mr. Hassan Mohammd – declared Hand in Hand‘s continual support towards the development of sports. Read more
The Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire Insurance Company Limited proudly sponsored the fourth and final leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) at the South Dakota Circuit, Timehri hosted by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) on Sunday, November 12th, 2017. This annual event was packed with excitement and entertainment for the entire family. Read more
During the month of November 2017, The Hand-in-Hand Group of Companies partnered with the National Road Safety Council in the observance of Road Safety Month 2017. Read more
On May 17th, 2017, The Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire & Life Insurance Companies once again partnered with the Guyana Cricket Board in their second contractual year sponsorship towards the U-19 Inter County Tournament.
The tournament will be launched on May 29th, 2017 with defending Champions Demerara facing off with the select U-17s at Lusignan and Berbice playing Essequibo at Everest Cricket Ground. The second round will be played on May 31st, while the final preliminary round is set for June 1st with the two top teams advancing to the Final at Providence on June 2nd. The one-day format will be played with Red balls and white clothes.
The three-day tournament is scheduled to be played with three rounds from June 6-16. Matches will be played at Providence, Lusignan, Eve Leary and Everest, but it was disclosed that due to the unstable weather pattern venues can be changed. Read more
On Saturday, November 19th, 2016, representatives from The Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire Insurance Company Limited made their way to The Guyana Police Force Ground, Eve Leary to participate in the ‘Traffic Education and Health Awareness Village’ which was organized by The National Road Safety Council. Read more
The Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire Insurance Company Limited proudly sponsored the fourth and final leg of the Caribbean Motor Racing Championship (CMRC) at the South Dakota Circuit, Timehri hosted by the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) on Sunday, November 13th, 2016. This annual event was packed with excitement and entertainment for the entire family. Read more
On Saturday 8th October, 2016 Guyana’s leading Insurance Company held its 12th Annual Cycling Programme in the National Park. The successful 11 race event – organized by National Cycling Coach, Mr. Hassan Mohammed – declared Hand In Hand’s continued support towards the development of sports. Read more
Hand-in-Hand Mutual Life Assurance Company Limited celebrated its 50th Anniversary this year. As part of our anniversary celebrations, a 50th Anniversary Cocktail was hosted at The Ballroom, the Marriot Hotel, Guyana on Saturday, 18th June, 2016. This event was attended by distinguished guests such as the Honourable Minister of Business, Mr. Dominic Gaskin along with top policyholders, Board of Directors, Managers and Staff of the Hand-in-Hand Group of Companies. Read more
In celebration of achieving 50 years of superior insurance services, the Hand in Hand Mutual Life Insurance Company Limited hosted a free medical clinic at the Giftland Mall on June 25th, 2016. Members of the public were allowed to get life insurance quotes along with free medical services being provided as a thank you from the company to the community for their support in helping the company to attain this golden achievement. Read more
At a simple ceremony in the Woodbine Room at Cara Lodge, the Hand in Hand Group, writer Professor Clem Seecharran and Deryck Murray, former Wicket keeper of the West Indies Cricket Team, launched the Hand in Hand History of Cricket in Guyana, 1865 -1897 Volume 1: the Foundation which boast 482 pages of historical research on Guyanese and West Indian cricket. The specially invited audience included Government dignitaries and members of the local cricket fraternity and cricket enthusiasts and stakeholders alike. Read more