Cairo Amman Bank sponsors the first month of KHCF’s Seventh Annual Summer Camp

Published July 6th, 2010 - 09:23 GMT

HRH Princess Dina Mired, Director General of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF), inaugurated the Seventh Annual Summer Camp for the pediatric patients of King Hussein Cancer Center.
For the third year in a row, Cairo Amman Bank sponsored the first phase of the Summer Camp, which extends over a period of two months to include various activities such as magic shows, theatrical and musical performances, games, face painting and a variety of other entertaining and educational activities. 
“The Annual Summer Camp is considered one of the most successful activities organized by the King Hussein Cancer Foundation as it constitutes a major part of the overall therapeutic process we implement for the ailing children,” commented HRH Princess Dina Mired. “The activities bring the children plenty of joy as they spend time with their family and friends, which fosters a familial and homeopathic environment.”
HRH added that the summer camp, in addition to the benefits it delivers to the center’s patients, also helps to garner support for the KHCF’s activities, whilst expressing her gratitude to Cairo Amman Bank’s management for their continued contributions over the years, which have made them a key partner in this substantial project.
Khalid Masri, Chairman of Cairo Amman Bank’s Board of Directors, said: “Cairo Amman Bank is committed to provide all the necessary support to KHCF and the Summer Camp project. Our support for the foundation’s various activities stems from our unwavering dedication to improving the quality of life for cancer patients, particularly children, as the positive atmosphere fostered by the Summer Camp is a key aspect of their recovery.”
In addition to the continuous sponsorship of the Summer Camp, Cairo Amman Bank purchased last year a machine to count the coins made as donations to the money boxes affiliated with the foundation, which are spread across various areas around the Kingdom, which were estimated at JD 12,000. The bank was also one of the golden sponsors of the foundation’s 2010 Charity Dinner.
Some of the bank’s employees have also subscribed to the Friends of the King Hussein Cancer Center Program, which entails voluntary debits made to their monthly salaries as donations to the foundation. The bank also participates in the foundation’s moneybox campaign by placing KHCF-branded moneyboxes in its branches around the Kingdom.    

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