“Every Christmas is a time of giving and the last one was a particular one as many people faced increased hardships due to the ongoing pandemic,” said Managing Director and CEO of Atlas Insurance Matthew von Brockdorff, as he reacted to a record €7,500 donation to the Foodbank Lifeline Foundation, Caritas and the Association for Abandoned Animals (AAA).
Over the Christmas period, Atlas Insurance and its employees raised funds through donations in aid of the three NGOs in order to help alleviate the negative impact that COVID-19 had on the fund-raising opportunities of these organisations.
“Team Atlas has done a great job, as we do every year, in contributing funds to organisations that are in need of help. We were particularly pleased that our team collected a record amount this year when it was so needed,” the CEO continued.
Emphasising the importance of giving back, particularly in this trying time, Mr von Brockdorff added, “we know that the last year has been challenging for everyone, especially for NGOs that were determined to continue operating despite having less funds due to limitations on fund-raising initiatives. We are sure these three organisations will make good use of the funds for the benefit of the communities they serve.”
From left: Marica Cassar (Caritas), Jackie Attard Montalto and Matthew von Brockdorff (Atlas Insurance), Sam Rowe-Beddoe and Jane Mizzi (Foodbank Lifeline) Nathalie Cremona and Sheba (AAA)
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