S-Oil again makes noteworthy donation for young musiciansS-Oil, Korea’s third-largest refiner, said yesterday it donated 100 million won ($88,200) to Heart-to-Heart Orchestra, which is composed of young people with developmental disabilities.
The donation will be used to support Heart-to-Heart Orchestra’s various performances and for scholarships to low-income disabled young people with musical talent, the company said.
S-Oil, led by CEO Nasser Al-Mahasher, will also back the Happy School, a program of the Heart Miracolo Ensemble, to improve public awareness of disabilities.
“We’ve sponsored the Heart-to-Heart Orchestra for five years to give disabled youth the opportunity to actively communicate with society through music and to improve public understanding of disabled people,” said an official at S-Oil.
“We’ll continue to remain a solid companion for the orchestra in order to help talented disabled youth realize their musical dreams and aspirations.”
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