2020.4.8 covid-19 corporate donation roundup*Listed in alphabetical order
CJ Group donated 300 million won ($250,000) worth of relief supplies to Indonesia. The kit, containing Covid-19 test kits and hand sanitizer, will be delivered to the country’s coronavirus patients and volunteer workers in the medical field. CJ has been doing business in Indonesia since 1988 and currently does business there ranging from food and animal feed to logistics.
Hyundai Mobis will donate 150 million won to medical experts fighting the virus. The money was raised in matching funds in which employees donated 750 million won and the company chipped in the same amount.
Kolon staff working in all seven offices and factories across the country will donate blood through April 23. The campaign is to supplement a blood shortage caused as people refrain from visiting donor houses amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Shinsegae Property, the operator of the mall complex Starfield, decided to cut rent by 30 percent for store owners inside their complexes during March and April. The beneficiaries total more than 850 small-sized companies.
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