SPONSORS & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Papua New Guinea Sustainable Development Programme Company Limited is CFC's major funding sponsor. It's Board having approved a grant of K250,000.00 to CFC. This funding facility has assisted CFC to set up the administrative support system and will help enormously to build much needed capacity for CFC to carry out it's objectives.
CFC wishes to acknowledge the support NASFUND has contributed to it from October 2007, when it used it's membership network to advertise the sad incident of the wife who was brutally assaulted by her husband and calling on it's membership to support a call to the National Parliament to do something to stop this behavior which was fast becoming a frequent occurrence. This story is on the subtitle 'Our beginning'. NASFUND continues to support CFC by providing an office space, furniture and fittings for CFC within it's offices, for which CFC is gratefull.
3. Post Courier Limited
Post Courier was instrumental in reminding the community of the prevalence of domestic violence when it broke the story of the wife who was brutally attacked by her husband in October 2007. This 'story' resulted in 6,500 people signing a petition to the National Parliament calling for proactive action to eliminate domestic violence.Post Courier carried the cost of the publication and advertisement of the Petition. It continues to keep surveillance over this cause.
4. Gadens Lawyers - for legal services provided, pro-bono, to register CFC and providing administrative support during the pre-incorporation period.
5. Dame Carol Kidu, MP Minister for Social Development, without whose committed support, the petition to Parliament would not have been possible. Dame Carol remains acknowledged by CFC, as an ambassador in the challenge to eliminate gender, spousal or familial generated violence in the homes and communities.
6. The members of the board of CFCPNG, have contributed in both cash and kind towards the operations of CFC.