2020.3.19 covid-19 corporate donation roundup*Listed in alphabetical order
Diageo Korea, the Korean arm of British alcoholic beverage company, put out 200 million won ($156,645) to the Korean Red Cross.
The money will be focused on people from low-income families who have been affected by the coronavirus.
Kakao Commerce donated 500 million won worth of hand sanitizer to the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association. It also launched a donation campaign on the gift section of the Kakao Talk messenger, where eight brands are selling products at discount prices so users can send daily necessities to the association.
Hyundai Motor Group
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