- Port Moresby
- Posted 11th Jul, 2018
Kumul Petroleum set to deliver biggest Charity Golf Challenge
Kumul Petroleum Holdings Limited (KPHL), PNG’s National Oil and Gas Company (NOC) is set to deliver the biggest ever fundraising golf challenge for Life PNG Care (LPC), a charity organisation helping street children in Port Moresby.
The inaugural fundraising golf tournament named Kumul Petroleum Charity Golf (KPCG) will be held on Friday 13th July, at the Royal Port Moresby Golf Club.
KPCG consultant and golf veteran Willie Kupo updating on the progress of KPCG preparation said, “so far over 46 teams have confirmed for a 4-man Ambrose team. Most of the participating teams are corporate sponsored teams and few individuals who believe in the initiative taken by Kumul Petroleum to raise fund for a charity organisation impacting lives of street children in Port Moresby,” Mr Kupo added.
Apart from fielding teams by sponsors, additional prizes are also sponsored and individuals have donated valuable items for auctioning during presentation.
Kumul Petroleum Managing Director Wapu Sonk commenting on the preparation said, he is looking forward to a successful fund raising golf challenge on Friday.
“As the National Oil and Gas Company and corporate citizen, we believe that our social investments such as our support to LPC and other organisations is creating a better future for Papua New Guineans,” Mr Sonk said.
“In our association with LPC so far, we have become aware that its objectives are very much aligned with Kumul Petroleum’s core values in creating opportunities for Papua New Guineans”.
“LPC is doing a tremendous job by empowering underprivileged children in Port Moresby for a sustainable future through education under Strongim Pikinini Education and Mobile Education Programs,”
An excited Mr Kupo hinted that there are surprise of top of the range items to be given out as prizes from first placegetter to the last participating team.
There are also individual and team prizes for Long Drive, Nearest To the Pin and other surprises.
All proceeds of the funds raised will go to Life PNG Care for its charity activities.
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