BSP SUPPORTS CITY MISSION YOUTHS

"We appreciate the role City Mission has contributed to PNG especially in providing a home and training to destitute boys in the country. "

City Mission PNG received agenerous donation of new mattresses and beddings from BSP’s Transaction and Channel Support (TCS) Business Unit staff on Tuesday 11th December, 2018, at Koki, Port Moresby.

City Mission PNG is a leading Christian based non-profit charity organisation that house, feed, train and educate destitute men on the streets of Port Moresby.

The BSP TCS staff and management through their annual Business Unit community project initiative presented 40 mattresses, pillows, bed sheets, towels and room curtains to the youths. Prior to the presentation, the BSP team hired the Pest Control Company to have the dormitory sprayed and cleaned.

Items presented were through funds raised through a walkathon held in August and number of sausage sizzles held throughout the year.

Head of Transaction & Channel Support John Wakeham said, “Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference in someone else’s life.”

"We appreciate the role City Mission has contributed to PNG especially in providing a home and training to destitute boys in the country. Therefore, we take great pride in supporting such organisations that provide and enhance the livelihood of our youth. Giving to City Mission is a testament that BSP remains an integral part of the communities it operates in," Mr Wakeham said.

“This is a timely donation of providing these items to our boys as they have been sleeping without mattresses for sometime now. Your support to us will make a positive difference in the lives of these young men," said City Mission PNG Marketing Coordinator Stella Navuru in acknowledgment of the donation.

“We are thankful to the staff and management of BSP TCS Business Unit for such an early Christmas gift that will go a very long way in supporting us. It is through such worthy support from individuals, corporate organisations, and community initiatives that help sustain the operations of City Mission,” she added.

VIA MEDIA RELEASE
December 14, 2018