Disadvantaged families expected to benefit from $20,000 donation from Association of Banks in Fiji

Disadvantaged families expected to benefit from $20,000 donation from Association of Banks in Fiji

By Iva Danford
Sunday 26/12/2021
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The Association of Banks in Fiji has donated $20,000 to the Fiji Kids Learning for Life to ensure financial support is provided to the most disadvantaged families in the country.

Fiji Kids Learning for Life Founder Julie Hoskison says this will help children participate fully in schools.

Hoskison says they have been feeding more than 80 families a month since April, 2020.

She says this donation could not come at a better time to help them continue their work with those so deeply affected.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of Association of Banks in Fiji, Rakesh Ram says sadly children are the most affected and vulnerable and they consider this an opportune time to give something back to the community.




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