Centre founder Collin Parke thanked the Chamber for the donation, adding that it would "go a long way in assisting the centre look after the children".
The Chamber's Mack Kaiok said the visit and donation was part of the Chamber's Community Outreach Program.
"Although this donation is small, it is significant as it will really assist the centre look after the many children it houses during this long Easter weekend," Kaiok said.
Life PNG Care has been looking after disadvantaged and vulnerable children and young people for more than 10 years now. The centre currently houses almost 70 children, most of whom are now attending schools and tertiary institutions.