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Dongsuh makes year-end donations for the needy

 
Choi Sang-in, associate vice president of Dongsuh Foods, left, and Kim Youn-soon, secretary general of Community Chest of Korea, during the donation event held in central Seoul on Thursday. [DONGSUH]

Choi Sang-in, associate vice president of Dongsuh Foods, left, and Kim Youn-soon, secretary general of Community Chest of Korea, during the donation event held in central Seoul on Thursday. [DONGSUH]

 
Dongsuh Companies and Dongsuh Foods on Thursday donated 550 million won ($503,000) to the Community Chest of Korea, ChildFund Korea and the Korea Foundation for Women to celebrate the end of the year.  
 
Dongsuh said the donation will go toward purchasing masks for vulnerable children and to improve the living environment of low-income families. It will also be spent on their welfare.
 
“We are making the donation with the hopes to help people who are excluded from society so they can enjoy a warm end of the year,” said Dongsuh in a statement on Thursday. Dongsuh “will meticulously observe and provide support in various areas that require help in the society.”
 
Dongsuh operates food and beverage businesses. Dongsuh Foods is behind Maxim and Kanu coffee brands.  
 
 
BY JIN MIN-JI   [jin.minji@joongang.co.kr]
 
 

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