Association of Banks donates $50,000 to WOWS Kids Fiji to assist children with cancer

Association of Banks donates $50,000 to WOWS Kids Fiji to assist children with cancer

By Mansi Chand
Thursday 02/11/2023
Photo: ABIF

To support children and families affected by childhood cancer, the Association of Banks in Fiji has donated $50,000 to WOWS Kids Fiji.

Association Chairman, Haroon Ali says WOWS Kids Fiji is a beacon of hope for those in need and has consistently demonstrated an unwavering dedication to ensure that no child faces their cancer journey alone.

Ali says the tireless efforts of WOWS Fiji have inspired them to extend a helping hand and become a part of their charitable work.

He says this contribution is not merely a financial backing but to provide the best possible care and support for the young warriors and will also empower WOWS Fiji to extend its outreach and enhance its support services.

They have also acknowledged the exceptional work undertaken by WOWS Fiji and encourages everyone to contribute through finance, volunteering or raising awareness.

WOWS Kids Fiji Vice Chairperson, Vilash Chand says they acknowledge the generous donation from ABIF and has thanked them for their unwavering support towards the cause.

Chand says the donation will enhance their commitment to continue serving the children and enable them to expand their community outreach awareness on childhood cancer.

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