Bank South Pacific (BSP), as a major bank service provider in Fiji and through a commitment to helping victims of Tropical Cyclone Winston, has announced a don’tion of $100,000 towards relief and rehabilitation for those affected by the cyclone.
BSP Country Manager Kevin McCarthy made the announcement yesterday.
The don’tion will be given to experienced non-government organisations that deal with natural disasters and assistance delivery, primarily assisting victims in and around the affected areas.
When expressing his sympathy to those suffering losses at this time, McCarthy has urged others to jump in and help assist the country.
Adding to the list, ANZ has also announced its assistance package, a don’tion of AUD$100,000 to the Red Cross Tropical Cyclone Winston Appeal to assist victims.
The don’tions will help support the country during this time of suffering.
Prime Minister of Fiji, Voreqe Bainimarama, in a statement has urged residents to remain calm as help is on its way.
While reports on the damage caused by the cyclone continue to rise, it is clear Fiji is facing a major clean-up and recovery operation, and such don’tions will be of great help to the country at this time.