Cheshire Homes

Early Christmas for Cheshire

This was the second time Trukai Industries had hosted a Christmas lunch for the residences and announced it to be an annual event.

Present at the luncheon were the staff and residents of the Cheshire Disability Services, Trukai’s Brand Ambassador Chef Julz Henao, and some of the players of the SP PNG Hunters.

KPMG Donates To Cheshire Services

The donation was presented by Audit Partner, Robert Maguma supported by a few colleagues from the firm on Tuesday 16 August.

Operations Manager, Tom Sarwon said the cash donation will be committed to the hosting of the Patron’s Major Fundraising later this year.

Maguma praised the good work of the Cheshire DS, which is evident in the peacefulness and the well being of the residents saying that KPMG staff are the ones who eagerly contribute to this worthy cause.

A True PNG Independence Feast

More than 30 people living with disabilities and staff of the Cheshire Homes in Hohola gathered for an Independence Day feast prepared by the volunteers.

In true PNG style, all four dishes featured coconuts.

Representing the Highlands region, Willie Koi prepared a Western Highlands Mumu, cooking a whole pig marinated in ginger, garlic, onion, carrots and green fern in coconut milk.

For the Momase region, Michelle Alung-Megiarni and Josephine Barrum prepared Nangu, a sago dish served with smoked fish and greens in coconut milk.

Digicel Foundation & Cheshire Partner for Special Needs

Digicel PNG Foundation CEO, Beatrice Mahuru, said over the years the program has been implemented in NCD and Central Province, the Foundation has seen the positive and life-changing impact it has had on beneficiaries. This is what has encouraged and inspired the Foundation to continue with the financial support of K 150,000 for the program.