Club gives funds to groups

The National,Wednesday June 15th, 2016

A CLUB in Lae has handed out cheques of K1000 to three charitable organisations to help in their operations.
Aviate Club president Karo Gamoga handed over the K1000 cheques to the Morobe Special Education Resource Centre, Lae Mobile Ear, Nose and Throat Cancer Services and Lae Disability Homes.
Gamoga said the donation was part of the club’s social responsibility programme to give back something to the community.
“One of our goals was to be a good corporate citizen of Lae City so I formed the Aviate charity club,” Gamoga said.
“The idea was to raise funds within and support charitable organisations in Lae.
“Since then we have made small fundraisings and raised K3,000.
“The donations are small but I hope they go a long way in assisting endeavors in helping the needy, the sick and the disabled.”
Gamoga said the Aviate Club would  continue to raise funds to support charitable organisations.
The club’s president also called on other business houses and individuals to support the work of charity and non-government organisations in the country.
Lae Mobile ENT Cancer Services head Dr Joseph Garap, on behalf of the recipients, thanked the club for recognising their work.