BSP Continues Support to Cancer Foundation Program
BSP Financial Group Limited (BSP) is pleased to continue its support for the PNG Cancer Foundation (PNGCF) Trupla Man Outreach Prevention & Education Program this year with another K20,000.
The Trupla Man Outreach Prevention & Education Program is focused on encouraging the conversation of health and lifestyle choices among menfolk with the aim of raising awareness on men’s cancer and cancer presentations.
BSP Paramount Relationship Manager Richard La’a when presenting the cheque to PNG Cancer Foundation said, “The bank recognises the significant health issues faced by many men in PNG and are grateful for the work that PNG Cancer Foundation do in the communities. The awareness is crucial, as we know that early detection can save lives.”
“Our support for the program is well fitting and coincides with the banks community project initiative. These are based on health, education and wellbeing of the communities carried out by our staff through our annual community projects,” said La’a.
“BSP not only supports the PNGCF’s Trupla Man Outreach Prevention & Education Program. Over the years nonetheless our staff have also personally supported PNGCF’s annual programs like the Women’s Health Awareness Campaign- “Pinktober” that runs yearly in the month of October and also through fundraising breakfasts and wearing pink in the month of October to raise awareness on Cancer,” added Mr La’a.
PNG Cancer Foundation Executive Manager Priscillar Napoleon acknowledged BSP for the continued support saying, “PNGCF is grateful that BSP continues to support the PNG Cancer Foundation and show good faith every year since 2019 in backing the Trupela Man Outreach Program and in October with our Pinktober Women's Health Awareness campaign.”
BSP Paramount Relationship Manager Richard La’a and PNG Cancer Foundation Executive Manager Priscillar Napoleon discussing the program.
“This year, BSP’s support will assist the foundation’s Trupela Man program and Mausgras campaign to promote starting the conversation of men's health and cancer awareness and to push the important messages of making healthy lifestyle choices and early detection. We are to host men’s health awareness workshops/ activities in November,” she added.
Ms Napoleon added that “In the 3 years, the donation has assisted PNGCF reach more than 2500 participants through community-based workshops. We hope to meet our 2022 program objectives and increase the number of participants taking part in our workshops in the next 12 months through this partnership with BSP.”