P&P Insurance donates $1.5M to NGOs, less fortunate
P&P Insurance Brokers on Friday added two new orphanages to their list of donors as they continue to spread their annual Christmas cheer.
The Insurance Brokers donated $1.5 million to 12 non-governmental organisations that house the less fortunate.
This activity has become an annual tradition for P&P Insurance for the past seven years and the company sees it as a way of demonstrating the true spirit of giving during the Christmas season.
This year, each of the charitable homes received a $125,000 cheque from Varsha
Panday, daughter of the CEO, Bish Panday, at a presentation held at the P&P Insurance Brokers and Consultants office, located at 272-273 Lamaha Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown.
According to the Director of P&P Insurance Brokers and Consultants Limited, Vikash Panday, this has impacted the lives of the less fortunate and they are happy to contribute to the cause and hope that their modest contribution will assist, especially at this time of the year when they would like to give a little more.
“…We know a lot of these organisations do a lot of good and we are happy to associate with them… It is not easy to get finances now and we feel this contribution will go a far way towards helping the organisations.”
The recipients were Bless the Children Home, Uncle Eddie’s Home, David Rose School for the Handicapped, Bright Horizon Family, the Dharm Shala, the Ptolemy Reid Rehabilitation Centre, Canaan Children’s Home, Friends of the Archer’s Home, Cheshire Homes Guyana, the Hauraruni Girls Home and newly added Tina Insanally Foundation and Bal Nivas Shelter.
Recipients welcomed the donation as they stated it will go a long way towards helping their respective organisations.