Brian Bell has a nose for a good deed

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BRIAN Bell Group has launched a charity programme that allows everyone to take part and feel good about Christmas.
“All you have to do is purchase a Rudolph Nose for K2 at any Brian Bell Centre, write your Christmas wish on the back and hang on the Christmas tree in the stores,” said Brian Bell Group chief executive Cameron Mackellar.
Mackellar said that all the money donated would go to the charities supported by the Sir Brian Bell Foundation.
The Wish Tree charity programme was launched in Port Moresby yesterday.
The foundation will give K20,000 to each of the charity selected. Everything raised through the Wish Tree programme will be added to that.
The programme was launched last year and raised about K140,000. A target of K180,000 has been set for this year.
“Our team members have been heavily involved in making sure that they’ve reached out to their charities,” said Sir Brian Bell Foundation chief executive Bronwyn Wright.
Customer Roa Eovua praised Brian Bell for “doing a wonderful job”, not only to help different charities each year but also to allow its customers to give something back to the poor.
The charities that will receive donations are City Mission (Port Moresby), Femili PNG (Lae), Links of Hope (Mt Hagen), Modilon Hospital (Madang), Mt Zion Centre for the Blind (Goroka), Couppe House (Kokopo) and the dental clinic at the Kimbe General Hospital.

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