IDG in the Community

As the Cayman Islands’ longest-standing interior design company, IDG has a mission and vision to help people live well.

When it comes to our community, it’s no different. We aim to give back to this beautiful place we call home and make a lasting impact wherever we can.

That’s why we support several programs, initiatives, and events each year (as well as hosting a few of our own) to give back and make a meaningful difference.

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Helping Build Homes

Acts of Random Kindness

In partnership with ARK’s CASA Program, which aims to improve living conditions for Cayman families in need, we donate second-hand furniture, building materials and manual labor to help create safe and healthy living conditions for people in our community. We also fundraise for ARK’s Mentor – Educate – Reinforce (MER) Program for underprivileged students requiring academic assistance, with the aim of raising CI$27,500 in 2022 which will support at least five children through the school year.

Read More about our Partnership

Creativity for a Cause

A Night with the Artists

This event series is all about bringing the community together. It celebrates our local artists while also highlighting in-need groups in Cayman. At each event, a one-off artwork is created live for attendees. The finished piece is then auctioned off, with the proceeds going towards a chosen charity, which has included the Acts of Random Kindness Foundation and local artist programs.

Meet our Artists

Feeding Furry Friends

One Dog at a Time

Each year, we partner with One Dog at a Time (ODAT), a not-for-profit that rescues dogs and puppies from the pound where they’re at risk of euthanasia. The IDG team gathers supplies such as unopened dog food, treats and toys for the shelter and promotes adopting or fostering ODAT dogs to help them find a forever home.

Give a dog a forever home

Leading by Example

2,022 Miles for 2022

In September, the IDG team will take on the momentous goal of running or walking a combined 2,022 miles to raise awareness of heart health—and challenging our IDG Tribe to join in by running 22 miles, too, to raise money for the Cayman Heart Fund. Run on your own or take part in the first-ever IDG 5K fun run—more details to be announced soon!

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