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Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation2 days ago
The Brian Bell Group continues to expand its on-going desire to give back to the communities across Papua New Guinea.

The Brian Bell “Wish Tree” program that was conducted during the Christmas period of November to December raised over K160,000 that is now being distributed to the selected charities. The Sir Brian Bell Foundation contributed K20,000 to each of the seven chosen charities to really boost the amount raised via the K2 Rudolph Noses. Thanks so much to the Sir Brian Bell Foundation for this generous donation.

In Lae the team from Brian Bell Homecentres, Trade Electrical, Chemicals donated a cheque to Femili PNG for K22,098.00. As you can see from all the smiling faces, this was a great outcome for this event and for the recipients Famili PNG

Well done to Lae and all the Brian Bell Team to helping achieve such a great result.

Femili PNG comments, “we highly appreciate the continuous support of Brian Bell Group and the Sir Brian Bell Foundation in addressing Family and Sexual Violence in PNG. The issue of Family Violence is very complex to address; therefore we remain thankful for your support in working with us through donations in assisting survivors of Family Violence who seek services through our Case Management Centres.”
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation2 days ago
Show your support for St John Ambulance PNG

Don't Forget - Green Angels premiers this Saturday 16th February 9:30pm on EMTV.
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
St John Ambulance PNG
Green Angels premiers 9.30pm Saturday 16 February on #yournumbawan EMTV.
Sir Brian Bell Foundation
Sir Brian Bell Foundation5 days ago
Sir Brian Bell Foundation donates Generator to YWAM

SBBF and YWAM share a common goal and vision, to better the lives of Papua New Guineans. This week the Sir Brian Bell Foundation donated a 125kva Staunch Genset, 440V, 60Hz Generator, with FPT engine.

We at the Sir Brian Bell Foundation are committed wholeheartedly to bettering the lives of Papua New Guineans and we thank YWAM for sharing this passion. Given this, we were more than happy to provide these items to assist you in your mission. “Thank you for the
incredible work that the YWAM team do each and every day in Papua New Guinea” Bronwyn Wright, CEO of Sir Brian Bell Foundation.

Brian Bell Group Herbert Ramos Electrical Sales Engineer/Manager together with Robert Joku Industrial Sales Manager delivered and installed the generator aboard the YWAM Ship docked at Motukea Wharf in Port Moresby on Tuesday.

Captain John McDonnel, Chief Engineer Carlos Fonseca, Engineer Abraham Mizjaba, Engineer Lawrence Tamama with Ship Manager Scofhia Oan, and Ben Sloot from the Youth With A Mission (YWAM) were thrilled to receive the items.

Ben Sloot who was instrumental in making the small event a success said,'' The medical ship was really in need of a Genset and the donation was just in time” It’s going to be a great help to our organization and help in our operations here in this beautiful Nation of Papua New Guinea. Our Gensets are so costly and this small one would help save cost in terms of buying fuel”.

 

Supporting Anglicare PNG

Sir Brian Bell Foundation CEO Bronwyn Wright talks to NBC PNG about the foundations support of K200,000 to Anglicare PNG Inc to address HIV/AIDs in Papua New Guinea.

Interview with Ian Clough on PNG Tonight

WOW, a great interview with the Executive Director, Mr. Ian Clough, Brian Bell Group of Companies and Director, Sir Brian Bell Foundation. We are sure that he’ll be autographing T-Shirts and posters in no time… this family has done so much for PNG and the legacy is continuing.

Welcoming the Swedish U20 FIFA Female World Cup Team
Chairman of Brian Bell Group and Director of SBBF, Trevan G. Clough welcoming the Swedish U20 FIFA Female World Cup Team to PNG. He offered a warm welcome to the team and wished them all the very best during the competition and for their stay while in PNG.
The Right Pitch

By Gorethy Kenneth, Post Courier 21/02/17

DRIVEN for success and looking to expand her knowledge base at Draper University, this 27-year-old lass that you will read about is reaping the benefits of following her dreams.

Roberta Morlin, 27, from Manus and Bougainville, is an exceptionally talented and driven young woman with her very own Papua New Guinea story.

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Sir Brian Bell Foundation Helps St John

The Sir Brian Bell Foundation has provided support to St John Ambulance with K100,000 funding assistance to maintain its operations while working to secure ongoing financial commitments.

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