Below are some frequently asked questions and answers about our Charity Drive. If you need specific help or
your question isn’t answered here, you should head to our contact page.
Island Heritage launched CharityDrive in 2012 as an innovative and exciting sponsorship programme that raises money for local charities. Since inception, Island Heritage has donated over CI$240,000 to worthy causes. The amount of money donated by Island Heritage to each charity depends on the level of support and involvement from the community. CharityDrive is a fun way for you to get involved and actively support worthy local causes.
CharityDrive 2019 will take place over three days, beginning Tuesday, 7 May through Thursday, 9 May.
Complete and submit the application form on our Contact Page.
Please visit our “Charities” page to learn more about all of the charities that have been part of CharityDrive.
You don’t, Island Heritage will donate on your behalf when you drive by the Island Heritage Roundabout, ‘Like’ or ‘Share’ the daily posts on the Island Heritage Facebook page, mention @charitydriveky on Twitter, ‘Like’ the daily posts on Instagram or post your own and tag #ihcharitydrive2019.
There are several different ways! Island Heritage will donate CI$1, up to $35,000 during CharityDrive to this year’s selected charities for every: 1. Car that drives past the Island Heritage Roundabout 2. Facebook ‘Support’ click on the Island Heritage Facebook page 3. Mention of @charitydriveky on Twitter 4. ‘Like’ our daily charity-specific photo posts on Instagram
The Island Heritage Roundabout is on the Esterley Tibbetts Highway, close to the Ritz Carlton Hotel.
Yes. Island Heritage will donate CI$1 for every car that drives by the Roundabout during CharityDrive. Traffic sensors provided by the National Roads Authority are placed on road lanes in both directions at the Island Heritage Roundabout and every time a car drives over one of the sensors, Island Heritage will donate CI$1 to the charity.
Do I actually have to drive around the Roundabout?
No, please don’t stop. Simply use the Roundabout like any other and within the bounds of the Cayman Islands Road Code.
Traffic sensors provided by the National Roads Authority are placed on road lanes in both directions at the Island Heritage Roundabout during CharityDrive. These give Island Heritage accurate numbers of cars driving by and the results are posted on www.charitydrive.ky
First, 'Like' Island Heritage on Facebook and make sure you’re ‘Following’ the page too so you don’t miss any of our daily posts. For each ‘Like’ or ‘Share’, Island Heritage will donate CI$1 to the day’s charity.
When CharityDrive is live, mention @charitydriveky and Island Heritage will donate CI$1 to the day’s charity. Only one @charitydriveky Twitter mention per user will be counted. Follow @charitydriveky for news on CharityDrive 2017!
‘Like’ any of our daily charity-specific Instagram photo posts or post your own and tag #ihcharitydrive2018 and Island Heritage will donate CI$1 to the day’s charity.
Yes. If you would like to make a personal donation to any of the CharityDrive charities, please contact them directly or click on the donate button on the CharityDrive website www.charitydrive.ky
No. You can only 'Support' on Facebook or Tweet @charitydriveky once per charity. CharityDrive's web technologies will track each unique browser and Twitter feed to determine whether they are qualified to trigger a donation by Island Heritage.
Yes. Island Heritage proudly launched this initiative in 2012 and it is now an annual event. The participating charity or charities will change each year.
Certainly! Volunteers are an important part of the event and help to raise awareness and generate excitement! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer.
For the latest news and updates sign up to be notified about CharityDrive on the Island Heritage Facebook page and follow @charitydriveky on Twitter.
Learn more at islandheritageinsurance.com