Trukai Industries Ltd

Life PNG Care Receives Donation

Recently they donated K5000 to Life PNG Care in raising funds to give 500 children the opportunity to receive an education in 2022.

Life PNG Care have been running fundraising drives to raise their target amount of K400,000 that will go towards their Strongim Pikinini Program and the donations given by Trukai will go to this fund.

The program comprises of three programs and they are the Underprivileged Student Sponsorship Program, Mobile Education Program and Home Schooling Program.

Trukai Supports Village

Kukipi village recently faced off with king tides that resulted in the destruction of their food gardens, water supplies and cash crops, evident of the catastrophe caused by impact of global warming.

Trukai’s Public Relations and Communications Manager, Andrea Tagamasau said the donation is part of their corporate social responsibility.

Trukai Supports PNGRFL With K60,000

The company officially signed on a K60,000 sponsorship supporting three tournaments that are set to run over the next two months.

The sponsorship will cover the Pacific Australia Sports National Women’s Championship, the National Affiliate Leagues Championships and the KPHL National Schools Rugby League Championships, which is currently underway in Port Moresby.

The Schools Rugby League Championships ends this Saturday 26th September, 2021.

Military Wives Sports Initiative

Trukai supplied 300 kilograms of Trukai medium grain rice in support of the tournament that will cater for over 360 Military wives from six different units that participated in this annual event.

The host unit, Force Support Battalion, thanked Trukai Industries Ltd for their support and efforts towards the military wives.

Commanding officer for the host unit, Lt Colonel Roderick Noyamefa said the main reason behind the games is to promote equal participation and to build confidence and unity among the women and in their home settings.

Trukai Backs PNGOC

The team received a cheque of two hundred and fifty thousand kina today. It was signed to the PNG Olympic Committee (PNGOC).

PNGOC President Sir John Dawanincura thanked Trukai Industries for its ongoing support of more than two decades.

“I’d like to acknowledge the support from Trukai Industries to Team PNG in this challenging times and I want to thank them for their continued partnership and commitment,” said Sir John.

Trukai Industries CEO Alan Preston said Trukai is happy to support Team PNG athletes traveling.

K500,000 for Team PNG

Trukai Industries Ltd proudly presented the cheque on Friday in Port Moresby.

93,492 t-shirts were sold from this year’s June 16th fun run – both from auctions and the t-shirt sales.

Trukai Industries says this year’s fun run was a huge success, compared to previous years’. Both the Lae and Port Moresby auctions recorded a total of 61,000 t-shirts.

K10,000 sponsorship for Goroka show

The rice company donated K5,000 worth of rice and K5,000 in cash to help the Organising Committee stage this year’s event.

Trukai Industries Ltd General Manager Sales and Marketing, Andrew Daubney, said over the years Trukai’s sponsorship was directed towards the singsing groups and youth volunteers, through rice and merchandise only.

K20,000 backing for Frangipani festival

A cheque of K20,000 was presented to the event organiser, Susie McGrade, of the Rabaul Historical Society earlier this week.

Trukai Industries Ltd General Manager Sales and Marketing, Andrew Daubney, said Trukai continues to support such cultural events because they provide an avenue to help provide income opportunities for the local communities and at the same time, help promote and keep PNG cultures alive.