International Money Express (IME) has donated educational materials in the form of school bags, stationery items and other educational materials to the children living at Child Protection Home, Bal Mandir, Siphal Wing as part of its corporate social responsibility on the occasion of its 12th anniversary on June 11, 2012.
Chairman of IME Chandra Prasad Dhakal handed over the educational materials to vice-president of Bal Mandir Tulsi Narayan Shrestha during a function at Bal Mandir, Siphal, according to the press statement issued by IME, today.
On the occasion, IME also officially inaugurated 27 IME centers across the country including IME center, Gongabu in Kathmandu. IME also intends to open some 100 IME centers within a year.
Similarly, IME also organised blood donation camp in association with Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) at its corporate office at IME Complex, Panipokhari.
Over 100 blood donors from IME Group of companies, IME agents, customers and associates participated in this noble cause, says IME in a press statement.
Likewise, IME also awarded its agents, customers and employees on the occasion. nepalnews.com