Law Firm Donates Doors to BTVI

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Stone Arch International recently made a donation of 100 closet doors to the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI). Shown from left to right are Chief Executive Officer and Principal Consultant of Stone Arch International, Drumeco Archer and his wife, Managing Director, Chakita Archer; BTVI's President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson and Associate Vice President of Fund Development, Alicia Thompson.

Boutique law firm, Stone Arch International, recently made a donation of 100 doors to the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute (BTVI), valued at approximately $25,000. Chief Executive Officer and Principal Consultant of Stone Arch International, Drumeco Archer and his wife, Managing Director, Chakita Archer, donated the 8 ft wooden closet doors as they have an interest in the development of young people in the country, especially in the area of vocational studies and training.

“If there is any opportunity to support and teach, we at Stone Arch International are willing to help. We realize that in order to train or learn a skill, materials are important. We are pleased to know that BTVI will use them for the further training of students in the various programs, particularly carpentry,” said Ms. Archer.

BTVI’s President, Dr. Robert W. Robertson, expressed thanks for the Archers’ generosity.

“We continue to see a rising confidence in BTVI. This donation is another shining example of that investor confidence in the growth of this critical institution and the development of our chief clients – our students. It is people like Mr. and Mrs. Archer, who help us to continue to provide quality education and we applaud them for lending a hand as BTVI has a crucial role to play in nation building,” said Dr. Robertson.