Hanuabada Fire Appeal

Brian Bell gives to Hanuabada

“This is a small gesture from Brian Bell as a way to assist the affected families who lost their homes and livelihoods.

“It’s an important step in helping to rebuild their lives,” said chief executive officer, Cameron Mackellar.

Mackellar said the vouchers can be used at any Brian Bell centre to purchase anything.

Co-chair of the Hanuabada Village Fire Appeal, Dadi Toka Jr, thanked Brian Bell for their support, saying it will go a long way.

Mother-of-six, Rarua Tau, added on saying Brian Bell’s assistance was a real blessing.

Children’s ministry backs fire appeal

The Lakani Toi Memorial Church - Children and Youth Ministry (LTMC CYM) on the weekend gave K4,200 to the appeal.

“As an organisation in the church, there are always events, programs and activities that are set for its yearly running. This year, our main activity was used as a platform to raise funds for our members who had been affected by the fire,” CYM chairman Udu Rei said.

​PNG Ports aids HB families

In a statement announcing its support to the Hanuabada fire appeal, chairman Nathaniel Poiya said the ‘Big Village’ was an important stakeholder and the company will help in anyway it can to ease the suffering inflicted on the villagers.

Poiya said this when presenting K20,000 to representatives of the Hanuabada Fire Appeal.

PNG Ports is among several companies to assist following the devastating fire that destroyed 18 homes and displaced more than 200 people.

Poiya and Managing Director, Stanley Alphonse, conveyed their sympathies to them.

K20,000 for HB appeal

KPHL Managing Director Wapu Sonk, when presenting the cheque recently, extended his sympathy at their loss of livelihood.

“As a corporate citizen, we have a social responsibility to the community we operate in, here in Port Moresby as well as in oil and gas field areas, and we feel obligated to help at this time of need for a lot of our people at Hanuabada village.”