Antigua Island Girls, led by Christal Clashing, remain dedicated to their mission of aiding vulnerable girls in Antigua and Barbuda. Prime Minister Gaston Browne surprised them with a generous EC$20,000 (US$7,352) donation, propelling them beyond their US$25,000 target.
The team’s aspiration is to establish a shelter for girls in legal trouble.
Clashing emphasized the need for continuous funding, acknowledging the ongoing nature of their effort.
Prime Minister Browne lauded their achievements and promised additional support, hinting at potential roles as tourism ambassadors.
CEO Colin James praised the team’s impact on Antigua and Barbuda’s reputation.
The historic rowing feat showcased the nation’s leadership and resilience.
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