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[Sponsored Report] P&G gears up to help sick kids

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From left, Park Lincoln, associate general counsel of Procter and Gamble, Kim Jae-bok, director of the Seoul Metropolitan Children Hospital and Park Doo-joon, executive director of Kids & Future Foundation, sign an MOU on children’s medical services. [P&G]

On June 19, Procter and Gamble signed a memorandum of understanding for medical service development with the Seoul Metropolitan Children Hospital and the Kids & Future Foundation.

Park Lincoln, the associate general counsel of P&G, Kim Jae-bok, the director of Seoul Metropolitan Children Hospital, and Park Doo-joon, the executive director of Kids & Future Foundation, participated in the agreement.

Most patients in the Children Hospital have long therapeutic periods and uncertain recoveries, and their families are in need of support and help. P&G is planning to develop various support activities to help them.

“It is a great pleasure to have children take treatment in better conditions through this agreement. We will do our best to provide the best treatment,” said Kim Jae-bok, the director of Seoul Metropolitan Children Hospital.

“P&G has always strived to give happy lives to families, and we have agreed to the MOU as part of our social contributions. We will keep on giving support to all the families,” said Park Lincoln from P&G.

P&G has also run the P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program, which aims to provide clean water to children in 85 countries worldwide. P&G is currently carrying out the Thank You Mom campaign, which supports single-parent families, and Hope to the Children, which gives help to handicapped children, with the goal of improving the lives of all families in need.


BY KIM MIN-JI [kim.minji4@joongang.co.kr]

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