Gibraltar-based provider Pragmatic Play has announced its donation of £10,200 (€11,897.39) to the Cancer Relief charity in the country.
The donation is expected to cover training costs for the year, with several new staff members to benefit from further development, while other employees will also be able to undertake specialised advanced education.
Julian Jarvis, Pragmatic Play CEO, commented: “The pandemic has obviously put health issues into sharper focus – it is important not to forget all the other concerns that can significantly affect people’s lives.
“We appreciate the fantastic work that Cancer Relief carries out in our community, here, in Gibraltar, to support patients and their families in times of great need”, he added.
Announcing the donation, Pragmatic Play, which also has offices in Malta and is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), explained that the charity has been expanding to meet the needs of the Gibraltar community.
The donation, it says, is expected to assist in ensuring that Cancer Relief can continue to deliver high-quality services to those in need.
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