May, 2013

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Supreme Foundation Donates Essential Classroom Supplies To Orphans In Kabul

May 27, 2013 –  Kabul, Afghanistan – Supreme Foundation, a registered charitable trust established by the global supply chain solutions provider Supreme Group, has recently organized an education campaign in Kabul, providing more than 550 school kits of essential classroom supplies to orphans and disadvantaged children.

The kits were distributed to ‘Tomorrows Hope Foundation’, an orphanage in Kabul; ‘Afghan Action’, a specialized school and training program that helps disadvantaged youth learn how to weave and sell handmade Afghan carpets; and Karwan Elm Educational Centre. In addition to the school kits, Supreme Foundation also purchased classroom supplies for teachers such as English and math text books, multi lingual story books and art materials.

“Many Afghan children are caught in an inescapable spiral of poverty because they are too poor to get a proper education. We believe that today’s learners are tomorrow’s leaders, so we are proud to support the education of children in Afghanistan and offer them the chance of a better life,” said Victoria Frost, Supreme Group’s Director of Communications and Treasurer of Supreme Foundation.

Supreme Group’s Chief Commercial Officer Receives Highest State Honor for Latvia

May 21 2013, Reston, VA, United States – Lieutenant General (Ret) Robert T. Dail, Supreme Group’s Chief Commercial Officer, has recently been awarded the second-category Order of Viesturs, the highest state honor for Latvia. The award was presented by Andris Berzinš, the President of Latvia, in recognition of Mr Dail’s outstanding public service to Latvia, and his support for non-military cargo transit from Latvia to Afghanistan during his former role as the Director of the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).

The Order of Viesturs is a Latvian State Order of the Guards of the Fatherland, established in commemoration of the might of Latvia in ancient times. The military award is given to those who have achievements in training the armed forces, maintaining public order, in protecting the country’s borders, and in teaching the country’s residents about statehood.

The other recipients of the award included United States Air Force General William Fraser, Commander of the U.S. Transportation Command, who was bestowed the first-category Order of Viesturs; as well as U.S. Defense Logistics Agency Director Vice Admiral Mark Harnitchek, who received the second-category Order of Viesturs. The awards were conferred during an event held recently in Riga, Latvia.