Motor firm backs youths

Normal, Sports

2FAST Motors Limited have set the pace in sponsoring community-orientated activities to help combat law and order in National Capital District and Central province.
The company is becoming a household name for their positive involvement to pump in their limited resources.
There is no secret agenda about the generosity from the Chinese, who have a heart for sharing and caring as part of their contribution to the unprivileged.
2FML chief executive officer Billy Lin has taken the step forward in supporting youths at the grassroots level.
He does not only support youths but NGO groups, churches, women’s groups, education institutions, national sporting federations and other charity organisations.
Lin also donates to other corporate clients but his target and focus are on grassroots sports for human development and other worthwhile programmes.
He said most of the settlements and suburbs needed support from the corporate sector and one man alone would not make a difference in life.
Some of the beneficiaries are: the 2009 Media Pool competition, Sunday Chronicle pool team, Motu Koita tennis, Seagulls volleyball (Waigani), PNG Power softball club, PNG Paralympics, PNG Boxing Union, Francis Kompaon, Blessed Hope Ministry, Bomana Police College Catholic Mothers, Aroma Coast, Kwikila-Varovarona, Friends that Care, Pentecostal Revival Church – PNG, Port Moresby Catholic Youth Group and Eki Vaki Primary School.