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21K towards charity

Nanise Loanakadavu
Thursday, December 06, 2012

SECURED Gold Buyers (SGB) has given more than $21,000 to charitable organisations in Fiji as part of their corporate responsibility.

SGB Holdings chief executive officer Ryan Knott said it was important that they gave back to each of the communities they served.

Mr Knott said the company believed all businesses should adopt some form of corporate responsibility to help those in need.

During the month of November, the company gave $21,000 to FENC Fiji, St Vincent De Paul home, Hope Preschool, Nakurukura Church, Mahima Revival Church, Treasure House, Refuge Church and the Golden Age Home.

"We focus on all age groups from preschool to teens to seniors."





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