(15 December 2012) ------ Luk Fook Holdings (International) Limited (“Lukfook”/ “the Group”) (Stock Code: 00590) has supported the annual charity event “Tung Wah Charity Gala 2012” for consecutive years. This year the Group continually made a donation of HK$ 1 million to support the local social services provided by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals (Tung Wah).
Mr. Wong Wai Sheung, Chairman and Chief Executive of the Group, said, “Tung Wah Group of Hospitals is devoted to charity for the benefits of the Hong Kong community over the years. We are very delighted to shoulder corporate social responsibility and donate HK$ 1 million to Tung Wah for the development of medical, education and community services to help those in need. Looking forward, the Group will continue to support various charitable activities and encourage our staff to serve the community. ”
Tung Wah Group of Hospitals is one of the largest charitable organizations in Hong Kong that provides diversified services for public. “Tung Wah Charity Gala 2012” was held at TVB City on 8 December 2012 (Saturday). Mr. Tse Moon Chuen, Deputy Chairman & Deputy General Manager, Mr. Wong Shee Ho, Assistant to Chief Executive, presented the cheque of HK$ 1 million on behalf of the Group.
Mr. Tse Moon Chuen, Deputy Chairman & Deputy General Manager (left) and Mr. Wong Shee Ho, Assistant to Chief Executive (right) presented the cheque of HK$ 1 million to Mrs. Chan Man Yee Wai, Viola, Chairman of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals on behalf the Group.
About Tung Wah Group of Hospitals
Founded in 1870, the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals has become one of the largest charitable organizations in Hong Kong today. It has been all along upholding its mission “To heal the sick and to relieve the distressed; to care for the elderly and to rehabilitate the disabled; to promote education and to nurture youngsters; and to raise the infants and to guide the children”. For over a hundred years, Tung Wah's medical and health, education and community services have developed rapidly to fulfill the needs of the society and to provide high quality services at low rates. Currently it has over 247 service centres including 5 hospitals, 25 integrated Chinese & Western medicine treatment centres/services, 51 education services centres and 165 community services centres providing a spectrum of social walfare services catering to the needs of families, children and youth, the elderly and the disabled.