BSP supports Port Vila Chinese Club Fundraiser

Nik Regenvanu, Country Manager handing over Cheque to Charles Cheung, Chairman of Organizing committee

Bank South Pacific has raised its hand to support the Port Vila Chinese Club Fundraiser, with Vt50,000.

The Port Vila Chinese Club has organised a Guangdong Art and Acrobatic Charity show for two nights to raise funds to purchase equipment needed for the Port Vila Central Hospital Maternity and Children’s ward.

The charity fundraiser was held on the 7th and 8th of August, showcasing a cultural exchange performance by the Foshan Cultural and Artistic Group from Guangdong Province, from the people of the Republic of China.

Mr. Charles Chung, Chairman of the organising committee, thanked BSP for its generous support towards this event and added, “All funds raised will go towards the Vila Central Hospital Maternity and Children’s ward, which has been supported by the Port Vila Chinese Club.”

“BSP’s sponsorship of the event, shows the community support, and acknowledges this special event that the Port Vila Chinese Club will host,” said Mr Chung

The bank would like to acknowledge the community contribution provided by Port Vila Chinese Club.

“The Guangdong Art and Acrobatic Charity show is a special event as we celebrate culture and community. BSP is pleased to support this event,” said BSP’s Country Manager, Mr. Nik Regenvanu.

BSP’s sponsorship and donations focuses on many aspects of the community such as Health, Education, Sports and Environment and professional development. It contributes over $361 Thousand (USD) across the Pacific, in the countries it operates in.

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