S-Oil donates money to kids of firefighters who died

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S-Oil donates money to kids of firefighters who died

S-Oil, the nation’s third-largest oil refiner, yesterday donated 300 million won ($278,000) to 109 students who are children of firefighters who died on the job.

S-Oil CEO Nasser Al-Mahasher said during a scholarship donation ceremony at Eunpyeong Fire Station in Seoul that the company will give continued support to the firefighters’ children until they finish school.

The company in 2006 signed an agreement with the National Emergency Management Agency to support firefighters. Through the program, the refiner has been offering scholarships to the children of fallen firefighters and sponsors the Firefighters of the Year Award.

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