Arnold Donald, left, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation, and Linda Coll, director of Carnival Foundation, second from right, present Lydia Muniz, right, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami, a $5 million donation to create the Carnival Center for Excellence. The event took place Wednesday at Carnival's Doral headquarters. Mentors and students who participate in Carnival's school-to-work program also attended.
Arnold Donald, left, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation, and Linda Coll, director of Carnival Foundation, second from right, present Lydia Muniz, right, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami, a $5 million donation to create the Carnival Center for Excellence. The event took place Wednesday at Carnival's Doral headquarters. Mentors and students who participate in Carnival's school-to-work program also attended. Andy Newman Andy Newman/Carnival Foundation
Arnold Donald, left, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation, and Linda Coll, director of Carnival Foundation, second from right, present Lydia Muniz, right, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami, a $5 million donation to create the Carnival Center for Excellence. The event took place Wednesday at Carnival's Doral headquarters. Mentors and students who participate in Carnival's school-to-work program also attended. Andy Newman Andy Newman/Carnival Foundation

Carnival Foundation donates $5 million to Big Brothers Big Sisters

January 21, 2015 1:00 AM

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