The anti-graffiti and city-transformation partnership between NCDC and Taubmans Paint has been reinforced with additional donations of T-shirts, paints, sun glasses and face masks.
PNG’s leading paint company, Taubmans made donations yesterday (Monday) in Port Moresby to NCDC’s Community and Social Services Department.
The donation is part of the company’s ongoing community engagement programs.
The company’s country head, Ravendren Kanniah said the donation to NCDC was to assist the Commission with their community engagement programs in and around the city.
“Over the years, we have been supporting communities, church groups and youths in their community activities. We are happy to work with NCDC to give our support in our capacity for the good of our city,” Kanniah said.
His colleague, Tracy Konj said the donation was part of their ‘Umi Kalarim PNG’ theme.
“We have been supporting communities, church groups and youths around the city with paints to colour up and beautify public areas in and around the city,” said Konj.
NCDC’s Community and Social Services Director, Janet Haua thanked Taubmans for their continuous support in beautifying the city.
“We will distribute these items to our local artists to colour up the Remembrance Park down at Koki,” said Haua.
NCDC Events Manager, Claudia Towak said with the Remembrance day coming up this Friday, it was only fitting that this donation will help NCDC to colour up the park and have it ready for the event.
“This is a national event and we thank Taubmans for their support not only to NCDC but their continuous support to communities in the city and around the nation,” said Towak.