NAGICO INSURANCES marks 30th anniversary with donations to Children’s Home and Cardin Home
|(l-r) Rishi Singh, General Manager of NAGICO; Steve Saunders, Sales and Marketing Officer; Ms Gail Cranston, Supervisor of the Cardin Home; and Mr. Imran Mc Sood Amjad, CEO of NAGICO.|
|Chairman of the Children’s Home Sebastian Mottram (far right), accepts stove from Imran Mc Sood, CEO of NAGICO (2nd from right).|
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts — In commemoration of their 30 years of existence; NAGICO Insurances made a donation to the Cardinal Senior Citizens Home and St. Christopher Children’s Home at their newly built branch office in Bladen Commercial Lot.
“On February 1st we officially celebrated our 30th anniversary and what better way to mark that occasion than to give something back,” Rishi Singh; General Manager of the Insurance company said. “We have made it our priority here at NAGICO to be not only the best insurance provider in the country but also to be a social partner, hence our donation to two of our local non-profit institutions.”
Making the presentation to the two groups was CEO of the NAGICO Group of companies; Imran Amjad McSood.
“At NAGICO we believe in nation building and we try to put our clients’ needs first, you can see that in our products and in our services,” he said. “That is why we are very pleased to make thses contribution today to these care organizations.”
The Cardin Home received a mixer, blender and food processer, which was received by Supervisor of the Home; Gail Cranston who expressed deep appreciation.
“I am very delighted by this kind and worthwhile gesture from NAGICO and so, on behalf of the management and staff of the Cardin Home; I wish to convey our deepest appreciation and thanks for the donation. These appliances will go a long way in enhancing the food preparation of our institution,” said Ms Cranston.
Chairman of the Children’s Home, Sebastian Mottram, accepted the stove presented to them and deemed it a much needed item and he thanked NAGICO for responding to his request for assistance.