As it Humanitarian Gesture
Mercury International doles out Le30
million to the National School for
By: Public Relations
Department, Mercury International.
As part of its
cooperate social responsibility,
Sierra Leone’s leading Sport Betting
and Lottery Company, Mercury
International has on Monday 30th
April presented a cheque of Le30
million to the National School for the
Deaf at its Wilkinson Road School.
This is in fulfilment
of Mercury’s annual financial support
to charitable homes across the
Country. Twenty (20) charity homes
across the Country are expected to
receive Le30 million from Mercury
International in fulfilment of its
annual support to them.
Since the inception of
Mercury in 2007, the Company has
demonstrated huge commitment in
supporting the physically challenged,
Blind and Deaf in helping to provide
quality education, care and feeding
for them. Mercury has been a
consistently providing food stuffs,
money and scholarships to vulnerable
people across the Country.
Handing over the
cheque, Chairman of the Charitable
Foundation of Mercury International,
Samir Hassanyeh said it is always a
pleasure for giving out such donations
especially to these young children who
are completely dead and dumb.
“I want to assure you
of Mercury’s continuous financial
support, these children are so dear to
us; and we will continue to support
them. These children are the highly
vulnerable and supporting them is
eminent for us, they can’t see nor do
they hear, but that doesn’t mean they
should be ignored.
“They have right to
live also deserve to live a better
life, all what they from us is
financial support. Let me also use
this opportunity to express my
profound gratitude to the head
teacher, teachers and the entire staff
members for their sacrificial role in
teaching and taking care of these
kids. He Noted.
Head teacher of the
School, Mrs. Winifred Kamara-Cole
while receiving the cheque, thanked
Mercury International for their
unflinching support to the School for
the past six (6) years. She noted
that," Mercury's support has been
pivotal in helping us sustain both our
administrative and running costs”.