2020.3.30 covid-19 corporate donation roundup

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2020.3.30 covid-19 corporate donation roundup

Budweiser

Budweiser rolled out a “Stay Strong” campaign, asking artists to design T-shirts that offer encouragement during the coronavirus pandemic. The T-shirts will be sold on Kakao through April. Budweiser will donate two times the price of each T-shirt sold to the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture.



HSBC Korea

HSBC Korea said Friday it is supplying interest-free loans to small businesses that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.

The bank said it will offer 25 million won ($20,400) in loans, with a maximum of 5 million won per business owner. Flower businesses, education services and cleaning services will be prioritized, the bank said.



LG Household & Health Care

LG Household & Health Care is providing 7.2 billion won in commodities to vulnerable populations, with a focus on Daegu and North Gyeongsang, the epicenters of the coronavirus outbreak in Korea. The company will offer 800 million won to partner companies nationwide to support the labor costs.



McDonald’s Korea

McDonald’s Korea on Monday delivered 8,000 coffee and burgers coupons to workers cleaning Seoul subway stations through Seoul Volunteer Center. The coupons were provided to workers at the Seoul Metro Environment and Seoul Metro Rapid Transportation Green Environment.

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