The cheque presentation was received by CEO of the Foundation, Beatrice Mahuru today at the Datec Learning Centre, Port Moresby.
General Manager- Southern Region for Ela Motors, Ashley Huston said Ela Motors were extremely proud to be part of the Men of Honour campaign.
A campaign that aims to foster, respect, encourage healthy relationships, and create positive opportunities for people.
“What is desperately needed is role models that men, women and children can look up to and strive to be like. The Men of Honour helps identify these role models.
“We will continue to do anything we can to help Digicel Foundation’s cause,” said Huston.
Huston added on by encouraging other corporate companies to get involved in Digicel PNG Foundation projects.
“These are projects that will benefit your communities. Without communities, there would be no businesses,” said Huston.
Mahuru thanked Ela Motors saying this was not the first time Ela Motors has partnered with Digicel Foundation.
“Ela Motors also gave us good discounts on the purchasing of Digicel’s 21 Mobile Health Clinics that provide services to people all over the country.
“ Our relationship with Ela Motors is one that has evolved over the years and continues to get stronger,” said Mahuru.
The Men of Honour Awards will be held tomorrow night at the Sir John Guise Sports Complex.