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$5k to aid organisation with future plans

Ivamere Nataro
Thursday, July 10, 2014

AN insurance company has stepped in to assist disadvantaged and disabled children in Suva.

Sun Insurance gave a cheque worth $5000 to Hilton Organization on Wednesday in its effort to help the organisation with development plans.

CEO Lolesh Sharma said he was glad they were able to help Hilton Organization and hoped other corporate organisations would follow suit.

He said it was good they were able to help this year as part of its corporate social responsibility, "and hope that other corporate organisations follow in a similar line to support the hard work we are doing".

Hilton Organization president Rajendra Kumar said the organisation's future prospects included the establishment of an audiology unit and a psychology unit.








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