Kingston Wharves has once again committed its support to the Missionaries of the Poor (MOP), with its contribution to the staging of the MOP production Ruby. Proceeds from the production will help to fund MOP’s continued service to the most vulnerable in the society.
Speaking at the launch of the production, Corporate Services and Client Experience Manager Simone Murdock lauded Father Richard Ho Lung and the MOP team for their values of love, compassion and sacrificial service to the poor and vulnerable, adding: “Your adherence to these principles is what drives Kingston Wharves to partner with MOP year after year”.
She observed that Father Ho lung had not wavered in his commitment to serving the marginalised in the society, and bringing their stories to life while imparting Christian principles for their upliftment.
Congratulating the team on the latest production, Mrs. Murdock noted, “Your productions can truly be considered creativity with a purpose…the story of Ruby will undoubtedly shed light on critical issues affecting those on the margins of society, give us perspective and greater compassion for their plight and inspire all of us to become part of the change.
“I expect Ruby to be a well-produced and successful production, full of great music and drama. I am certainly looking forward to the production; I know that it is a labour of love and you have given it your all as usual,” she stated.