Funding Kantha Bopha Foundation via Wing, Convenient and Service-Cost-Free
Phnom Penh – April 27, 2018: Starting from today, donors will find it very convenient to contribute to the Kantha Bopha Foundation, without paying any service fees, through WING account or over 5000 Wing agents across the country. This is a collaboration between Wing Specialised Bank and the Kantha Bopha Foundation, enabling Cambodian to take part in supporting Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital.
Wing’s CEO, Jojo Malolos said “This collaboration will make it easy for all donors to transfer fund in helping the future of Cambodian children regardless of where they are or what they are doing. This is Wing’s purpose in offering Cambodian a convenient way of transfering money, in either commercial or humanitarian purpose.”
“As a leading institution with experiences in cashless payment service, we are keen to support the fund collection mechanism for the Kantha Bopha Foundation. Through this CSR involvement, we hope to see a lot of participations from Cambodian public in improving the future of Cambodian children”, said Mr. Malolos.
Funding for the Kantha Bopha Foundation is opened from April 25 on ward. Donors can choose to donate the fund, via three types of service offered by Wing:
- Wing Agent: Donors can visit any WING agents located closed to them in order to process donation in either Khmer Riel or U.S Dollar.
- Wing App: Wing customers can log into Wing App on their mobile phone and select “Bill Payment” to enter 5559 (if donating in KH Riels) or 5558 (if donating in US Dollar). Next, donors can enter the amount of money they wish to donate, enter their phone number and the 4 PIN numbers.
- Through *989 #: Via their mobile phone, Wing customers can dial * 989 # and choose “Bill Payment” to enter 5559 (if donating in KH Riels) or 5558 (if donating in US Dollar). Next, donors can enter the amount of money they wish to donate, enter their phone number and the 4 PIN numbers.
The Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital was founded by a Swiss Doctor, Mr. Beat Richner, offering free medical services to children and pregnant women in Cambodia in the last 25 years. Given the financial challenges that require an immediate and long-term solution, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced the launch of the Kantha Bopha Foundation on April 11, 2018 to fund Kantha Bopha Children’s Hospital.