The Eden Leisure Group closed off their year of charitable efforts with a sizeable donation of €4,500, this time, to Dar tal-Providenza
Half of the donation was collected from the employees across all of the group’s business units. These include, 89.7 Bay, Cynergi Health and Fitness Club, Eden Cinemas, Eden SuperBowl, InterContinental Malta, Holiday Inn Express and the Eden Leisure Group administrative offices. The other half was donated directly from the company.
The employees’ donation was gathered by way of monthly contributions from their salaries, which they agreed to.
Group Chief Executive Officer, Simon De Cesare, and Chief Operations Officer, Kate De Cesare, delivered the donation in person to the the Dar tal-Providenza director, Fr Martin Micallef in Siggiewi.
Dar tal-Providenza offers individualised residential services to Persons with Disabilities in a family-like environment, across multiple residences on the island.
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