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Our Community Giving

Giving Back Matters

One of Hamilton Insurance Group’s First Principles is Be more. In particular, Hamilton believes this principle applies to the way in which the Company supports the communities in which they do business.

The employees working in Hamilton’s offices in Bermuda and London are actively engaged in their local communities, providing volunteer hours to a wide number of organizations.

In London, this includes charities chosen by Hamilton at Lloyd’s employees to receive funds raised during events held throughout the year.  We’ll be announcing the organizations chosen by our London colleagues towards the end of January.

In Bermuda, the members of Hamilton’s Community Giving Committee have decided to concentrate funding on the issue of youth digital literacy. Given Hamilton’s mission of writing the future of risk, the committee welcomes the opportunity to enable Bermuda’s young people to gain skills that will enhance their ability to compete in the digital world we’re living in.

During 2018, Hamilton is partnering with technology incubator ConnecTech to provide coding instruction in Bermuda’s public primary schools and to offer the Django Girls coding programme during school breaks. Read Hamilton’s announcement about this partnership here.

We’re proud of our employees’ commitment to Be more and look forward to making a difference in children’s lives during the coming year.




Left to right: Ciarra Wells, West Pembroke Primary/Jasmine Scaiffe, Gilbert Primary/Kathleen Reardon, CEO Hamilton Re/The Hon. Diallo Rabain, JP, MP, Minister of Education and Workforce Development, Government of Bermuda/Noah Kipps Gibbons, Purvis Primary/Coral Wells, President, ConnecTech