Monday 15 October 2018

Vodafone employees contribute a part of their salary towards MCCF

Mrs Margaret Abela, recently paid a visit to Vodafone offices at SkyParks Business Centrew here she was greeted by Balesh Sharma, CEO at Vodafone Malta (pictured above). She was presented with a generous cheque of €3,600 donated by Vodafone Malta as part of the Employee Charity Scheme for this year.

“Our commitment to the community underlies the core values and principles of Vodafone Malta and all our team members,” said Balesh Sharma. “Through our annual Employee Charity Contribution scheme our employees are helping different charities to continue with their sterling work in the Maltese community. It is with great satisfaction that on behalf of all Vodafone employees I am donating €3,600 to the Malta Community Chest Fund. This NGO is one of the most loved charitable organisations on our islands and our donation shows the need for continuos support for their exceptional work carried out throughout the year.”

“To value and help people in need is a true value,” said Mrs Abela. “Vodafone’s contribution will help us with our varius projects, providing funds for the relief of poverty, famine, sickness, disability and any other needs to individauls, communities, institutions or organisations alike”.

The Malta Community Chest Fund is one of three charities to whom Vodafone are donating money from the Employee Charity Scheme funds for this year and this is just a part of the total sum collected from employees through a monthly donation taken directly from their salary. The Malta Community Chest Fund is a charitable institution chaired by The President of Malta to help philanthropic institutions and more importantly individuals with different needs. Throughout the year, various activities such as balls, concerts, exhibitions, fun runs and the television fund raising programme l-Istrina are organised by the Fund to raise much needed funds. The Malta Community Chest Fund also provide education and support to children who have been in care systems and to the underpriviledged.




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