12 May 2016
Trukai Fun Run event, Papua New Guinea’s biggest social event for families is on again on the 26th of June this year across about 14 centres in the country.
KK Kingston Limited, in preparation for this major event, has distributed 600 fun run shirts at the cost of K6,000 to two schools so that the teachers, students and family members can be part of this social and fitness outing.
KK Kingston Limited successfully bid for 300 shirts for Red Cross Special Education Centre and another 300 shirts for Port Moresby Technical College in the Nation’s Capital totalling 600 shirts.
Today, The Red Cross Special Education Centre students and teachers were very happy to get a visit from staff of KK Kingston and Kingston Brand Ambassador, PNG Power Lifting Champion Linda Pulsan. The visit was to donate 300 Trukai Fun Run t-shirts worth K3000.
The Red Cross Special Education Centre in Hohola, Port Moresby provides educational assistance to approximately 200 disabled children who need special attention. In conjunction with the national curriculum, the school teaches use sign language as most are hearing-impaired children.
KK Kingston Retail Regional Sales Manager, Nolis Gilai said; “We are privileged and honored to support the school in a small way by donating 300 Fun Run t-shirts to Red Cross Special Education Centre to raise much needed funds for the school. We are also committed to assist schools raise funds through the sale of the Trukai Fun Run shirts for their programs or events and also involve them in the annual fun run event in order to encourage them to participate in sporting activities and to live a healthy lifestyle. We believe that our contribution will add value to their lives and enable them to reach their full potential,” he said.
Mrs Christine Kenia Red Cross Special Education Senior Teacher, when receiving the Fun Run T-Shirts, thanked KK Kingston for the donation and acknowledged the company’s contribution and look forward to continued support in the coming years.
IMAGE CAPTION: Students posing for the camera shot after the presentation with the visiting party