THE Home Finance Company social club organised a flood relief drive for the people affected in Nadi by the floods two Saturdays ago.
"Our social club team together with a few executives were in Nadi and together with the Nadi staff visited the most affected individual families with supplies," said HFC chief executive officer Isikeli Tikoduadua. "Donations include food rations, clothes and bottled water.
"The contribution towards this has come from all HFC staff both in the east and west which led to the collection of over 100 packs of grocery and food items containing the basic flour, rice, tinned foods, sugar, tea, and soap worth over $2000 in total," Mr Tikoduadua said. "Together with this we also got blankets and bottled water which were distributed as well.
"In addition the staff had also donated items such as shoes and school bags."
HFC as part of their corporate social responsibility through its social club visited the flood-affected areas in the west with food rations and clothes.
"HFC as part of their corporate social responsibilty visited the flood affected areas with food rations and clothing," Mr Tikoduadua said.
HFC had earlier given $5000 after the January flood.