2020.3.10. covid-19 corporate donation roundupGS Caltex
GS Caltex’s top executives donated 200 million won ($168,000) to the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association. The funds will be distributed to quarantined people and medical staff in Daegu and North Gyeongsang.
Hanssem established a support task force to send masks, protective suits, hand sanitizer, food and bottled water to medical centers in Daegu and North Gyeongsang. The company will take charge of securing the goods and arranging transportation, using its own network. A team of 10 furniture installers are tasked with the project for a month.
LG Household & Health Care
LG Household & Health Care will pay 50 percent of the rent in March for its 500 or so brick-and-mortar stores nationwide. A few of the company’s beauty retailers are Nature Collection and The Face Shop.
SPC Group offered 40 million won worth of “Happy Points” to children in low-income households in Daegu and North Gyeongsang, to help them get through the extended school holidays. The points can be used like cash in any of SPC’s food chains, including Paris Baguette, Baskin Robbins, Dunkin’ and the Pascucci coffee chain.
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