Two Charity organizations have received financial boost from Bank South Pacific to continue their programs in PNG.
On Monday, the bank presented a K5000, cheque to Port Moresby City Mission to continue its positive programs.
The programs include training of destitute boys and providing them with emotional, spiritual, and psychical help.
On Tuesday, the bank presented a K20, 000, Cheque to Salvation Army, to assist the non-government organization through its Red Shield Appeal.
Red Shield is a fundraising event that Salvation Army conducts to raise funds to carry out its humanitarian programs.
In presenting BSP’s support, Chief Executive Officer, Mr Robin Fleming said BSP realizes and appreciates the worthy efforts Salvation Army does in the country.
“In fact, the Salvos is one of the frontline organisations that meet the needs of Papua New Guineans in their various programs, therefore, we are pleased in assisting such organisation to continue their wonderful work that they are doing”, he said.
In the meantime, Pom City Mission will also be celebrating its twenty years of their service in PNG.
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