The CEO of Interorient Shipmanagement, Themis Papadopoulos, has today (Friday) presented to the Limassol Municipality a cheque for €9380 following the Interorient Shipmanagement Christmas Charity Fair, which will go towards strengthening the Municipality’s Social Grocery Fund.
The great success of the event is a reflection of the dedication and enthusiasm of all the staff at Interorient Shipmanagement. A big thanks goes to the more than 700 visitors who came to support the first Interorient Shipmanagement Christmas Charity Fair and the kind co-operation and generosity shown by sponsors, contributors and stall holders and of course to the many volunteers who kept everything running smoothly.
The €9380 in aid of the Social Grocery fund of the Limassol Municipality was raised on the day and will go towards making a great difference to the lives of the needy families in the city. In a small ceremony at the offices of the company, the cheque was handed over to the Vice Mayor of Limassol Savvas Stouppas.
Mr Stouppas said: “On behalf of everyone at the Limassol Municipality and the Limassol Social Grocery I would like to thank the management and staff of Interorient Shipmanagement who gave so much effort in planning and executing the charity event and for their hard work and determination. You have raised a fantastic amount and this will go straight towards helping local people and needy families in our city.”
Mr Papadopoulos said: “Presenting the cheque to the Social Grocery Fund of the Limassol Municipality was a great moment as it represented the culmination of months of planning and hard work. We are really happy with the total amount we raised and the experience of organising such an event. Thank you once again for taking part and we look forward to seeing you all again next year!”