BSP Financial Group Limited (BSP) has reaffirmed its support as naming rights sponsors for the 4th consecutive year to the Port Moresby Nature Park 2022 Trash to Treasure Sculpture Festival in Port Moresby.
The BSP Trash to Treasure festival emphasises on creating sculptures made of waste tins, cans bottles, rubber and plastics.
BSP Senior Relationship Manager, Raymond Logona upon presenting a cheque worth K40, 000 to the Port Moresby Nature Park said, “BSP is pleased to reaffirm its support for the only internationally recognised Wildlife Park in the country, the Nature Park that has set the benchmark in PNG for tourism, animal welfare, conservation, research and community nature based education.”
“As a responsible corporate citizen we continuously seek innovative new ways to reduce our environmental impact in the operation of our branches by reducing our use of resources and materials wherever possible,” said Logona.
“We are committed in supporting practical initiatives through our Go Green campaigns to build sustainable communities through our Go Green Campaigns run annually. These initiatives include World Earth Day, Earth Hour, World Environment Day and the Go Green Annual School Clean - Up day,” he added.
Port Moresby Nature Park General Manager, Kelsey Engle thanked BSP for the continued support as naming rights sponsors while commending other support sponsors of the event, adding that the BSP Trash to Treasure Festival would not have been possible without everyone’s collaborative sponsorship and support.
BSP Senior Relationship Manager, Raymond Logona signs off the cheque to POM Nature Park.
"BSP's sponsorship has given the BSP Trash to Treasure Festival, its unique identity since its inception for which we are truly grateful for and thank BSP for continuing this great community event here at the Port Moresby Nature Park," said Mrs Engle.
BSP is dedicated in promoting its Go Green message of 3R’s - “Rethink, Re-use and Recycle” through its branches and have adopted more sustainable work practices across all areas of our operations in PNG and the Off Shore Branches that we operate in.
This year, the BSP Trash to Treasure Sculpture Festival is scheduled from 4th June to 5th July, 2022, at the Port Moresby Nature Park.