The Tappoo family has established a Charitable Foundation as part of its commitment to community and nation building. The setting up of the foundation coincided with the 65th anniversary celebrations for the Tappoo Group in 2006.
|The Tappoo family has a long history of philanthropic activities, actively serving the poor and the needy in the community. The Foundation will consolidate the various activities of the Tappoo Group and the Tappoo family in social, educational and community based projects. The Tappoo Foundation was officially launched with the opening of a new school wing at the Sai School in Drasa, Lautoka, in February 2006.The concept of the Sai School is what the family readily agrees with: free education for all disregarding race, color and creed, the teaching of human values as an integral part of the curriculum and seeking harmony and peace in the world by turning out students of excellent character. It’s a rural school that caters to the less fortunate in society, including the villages nearby.|
|A multi-purpose community hall in Sigatoka is another project the Tappoo Foundation helped build. The hall, amongst other things, is a center for imparting education in human values to young children in the Nadroga region.Tappoo family would like to see Fiji a better place for all, irrespective of race, religion or creed. The Tappoo Group has been supporting numerous charitable and sports activities in the past. Now Tappoo wishes to promote specific projects that will benefit the community at large “Mr Kanti Tappoo said.Please view our News and Media section for any articles that may appear in the local media from time to time.|
The Tappoo Foundation was officially launched with the opening of a new school wing at the Sai School in Drasa, Lautoka, in February 2006.