FNPF partners with Home & Living for Mother’s Day event

A group of single mothers and their children from the Loloma Home & Care Centre, were hosted to a lunch today at myFNPFCentre in Nadi.

Fiji National Provident Fund (FNPF) and Home & Living – a division of Vinod Patel, partnered with Rosie Tours and myFNPF Centre Nadi Food Court tenants for the event to commemorate Mother’s Day and is part of their corporate social responsibility program, to give back to the community.

FNPF provided gift packs whilst Home & Living provided farm tools and equipments, which will assist the women with their farming initiatives.

Rosie Tours provided transportation, while Satya Fast Food, Jis Hand Pull, JNR, Yamyam Fabulous Food, Indiana and Tea Time restaurants provided lunch.

FNPF Chief Executive Officer Viliame Vodonaivalu commended Home & Living, Rosie Tours and the myFNPF Centre Nadi Food Court tenants for coming on board, adding that such events reflect the commitment by corporate organizations and businesses to uplift those that are less fortunate in society.

“While we celebrate the lives of our mothers, we also remember those that have endured challenges due to circumstances that are beyond their control.”

“We are humbled to be able to collaborate with our partners today. Events such as Mother’s Day often bring out the spirit of community and we are indeed blessed to be able to contribute a small part towards making the day an enjoyable one for these mothers and their children,” said Mr. Vodonaivalu.

“It is always great to be part of such events. We are delighted to assist the residents with farming equipment they will be able to cultivate more effectively on their farm and able to generate income for themselves and their children,” said the General Manager for Home & Living, Mr Ronald Narayan.

“This cooperation falls under Home & Living’s social corporate responsibility charter. Home & Living continuously identifies suitable partners to support and empower Fijians. With this assistance we look forward to giving back to the community.”

The Loloma Home & Care Centre residence has 12 single mothers and 15 children under their care. They are supported by other charitable organizations, corporate, families and friends.

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FNPF hosts mothers with Home Living