News | Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Leading organisations mark CSR Day to help charitable causes

Four leading organisations in Malta joined forces in financial support and a day of voluntary work by their employees to help charitable causes on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Day, celebrated annually on 19 March.
Over 300 employees from Deloitte., Gasan Group of Companies, HSBC Bank Malta and Simonds Farsons Cisk, with the support of Junior Chamber International (Malta), the Vice Squad and Economic Crime Unit of the Malta Police Force and Zebbug scouts, carried out maintenance works at homes accommodating children and adults in difficult circumstances. The homes which received voluntary help this year were Agenzija Sapport, Dar Qalb ta’ Gesù, Dar Fejda and St Joseph Home. Another group from HSBC carried out works at the Arka Foundation in Gozo.
Archbishop Paul Cremona visited St Joseph Home in Sta Venera in recognition of this good cause accompanied by Mrs Catherine Gonzi, Chairperson of the HSBC Cares for Children Fund, who visited all homes where works have been carried out.


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25 March 2009

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