Lotte Mart organises fun and games for disadvantaged kids

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 17:03

Children from the Go Vap Orphanage visit Lotte Mart Nam Sai Gon for fun and games to mark International Children's Day.  — VNS Photo Courtesy of Lotte Mart

HCM CITY (Biz Hub) — Lotte Mart together with 12 shelters and orphanages organised a "Dream tour" for nearly 400 disabled and other disadvantaged children, who visited and took part in fun activities at 12 Lotte Mart stores across the country to mark International Children's Day, June 1.

Hong Won Sik, general director of Lotte Mart Viet Nam, said this was among the key activities in Lotte Mart's CSR policy.

The supermarket would continue to join hands with social welfare centres and organisations to organise practical programmes to improve conditions for disadvantaged children with respect to their day-to-day activities, studies and entertainment, he said.

The supermarket organises activities for children at all its outlets, each having its own to meet diverse needs, with many running until the end of June. — VNS

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