Brian Bell donates K30,000 to City Mission

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City Mission in Port Moresby has received K30,264 from Brian Bell’s Christmas Wish Tree campaign.
“We are proud to support City Mission this year for their work in providing guidance and assistance to young people in Papua New Guinea,” said Brian Bell chairman Ian Clough.
Clough, when making the donation yesterday, said the Wish Tree campaign that was conducted around PNG raised over K160,000.
“Brian Bell will also donate K20,000 each to Femili PNG in Lae, Links of Hope in Mt Hagen, Modilon Hospital in Madang, Mt Sion Centre for the Blind in Goroka, Couppe House in Kokopo and dental clinic at Kimbe General Hospital.”
Clough said the Port Moresby charity received a bigger donation because of the number of customers that contributed towards the programme.
“The Wish Tree promotion is all about supporting charities nationally with funds raised from purchasing our K2 Rudolph noses,” he said
City Mission’s farm manager Peter Moody thanked Brian Bell and its customers for their help to young people of PNG.
“It’s humbling to see the community come together to support organisations such as this that are trying to help the less fortunate,” he said.
“I’m very grateful for all the support.”

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