Casafini General Manager Chris Fenech on Monday praised the partnership between charitable organisation Inspire Malta and the local bathroom and furniture company.
Commenting after the company donated and installed a kitchen at the Foundation’s Gozo centre, he said that Casafini is “truly honoured to be in a position to support Inspire’s mission to help persons with a disability”.
“We look forward to remaining close to Inspire in this partnership as they inspire us with their work,” Mr Fenech added.
Inspire Manager for Gozo Services Ann Camilleri remarked that the new kitchen provides a “more dignified” and “quality” experience to both staff and learners receiving services in Gozo.
“It is with such generous donations, from charitable businesses such as Casafini who contribute to our operation, that we can continue to focus on our core mission to make a difference in the lives of many persons with a disability, and their families every day,” Ms Camilleri said.
“On behalf of all those who use our centre, I would like to express my immense gratitude and appreciation,” she added.
Ms Camilleri also appealed to other businesses that are in a position to help Inspire either financially or through such acts, with the Foundation remaining focused on delivering “service to our current learners and to new ones we welcome in the future”.
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