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KWIH is Committed to Promoting Positivity
Home Disinfection Services Free for Over 120 Solitary Elderly Households

08 Jun 2020

(Hong Kong - 8 June 2020) – K. Wah International Holdings Limited (“KWIH” or “the Group”) (stock code: 00173) has worked with World Green Organisation to arrange free professional sanitisation services for more than 120 solitary elderly households in Wong Tai Sin, Tsuen Wan and So Uk Estate. Dedicated to encourage positivity in the community, KWIH Voluntary Team prepared self-made hand sanitisers under professional guidance and packed preventive kits for the elderly. KWIH volunteers also promoted home preventive measures against communicable diseases during the visits, hoping to deliver timely support to the elderly.

The sanitisation services have adopted natural disinfectant with antibacterial, antivirus, and pest repellent effects, which is proven to be safe and harmless to people, homes and environment. While the solitary elderly may experience difficulty in cleaning their homes, KWIH has taken the initiative to alleviate their plight by offering disinfection services.

KWIH has been actively fulfilling its corporate social responsibility adhering to its motto of "giving back to society". Through the “KWIH Anti-Epidemic Fund”, KWIH has been supporting various anti-epidemic works in both Mainland China and Hong Kong, including contributions to Tung Wah Group of Hospitals for establishing the surgical mask production factory, donations to support the prevention and control of the epidemic outbreak in Hong Kong, Guangdong Province and Shanghai, etc.; providing rent concessions to its tenants in Hong Kong and Mainland China; strengthening the epidemic prevention measures of the Group’s offices in both Hong Kong and Mainland China, including the enhancing of disinfection, and distribution of epidemic prevention and protection supplies such as masks and disinfectants to colleagues. KWIH will continue to unite all members within the KWIH family for ongoing support to citizens in need.

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KWIH worked with World Green Organisation to arrange free professional sanitisation services for more than 120 solitary elderly households in Wong Tai Sin, Tsuen Wan and So Uk Estate.

Mr Oliver Lam, Chief Financial Officer (3rd rd from left at back row), Mr Tony Wan,  Director - Sales & Marketing (Hong Kong Properties),  (2nd  from right at back row), Ms Helen Cheung,  General Manager of Corporate Affairs of KWIH (4th from left at back row) and Dr William Yu, CEO of World Green Organisation, (3rd from right at back row) cheer for KWIH Voluntary Team and encourage them to spread positivity to the community.

Mr Oliver Lam, Chief Financial Officer (right) and Mr Tony Wan, Director of Sales & Marketing (Hong Kong Properties) (left), prepare preventive kits for the elderly visits.

KWIH Voluntary Team promotes home epidemic preventive measures and delivers preventive kits to the elderly.

KWIH Voluntary Team brings preventive kits and rice packs for the home-alone elderly. The preventive kits prepared by the KWIH Voluntary Team include medical masks, hand sanitisers, wet wipes, and greeting cards. Most of these items are donated or handmade by KWIH colleagues, reflecting their united spirit and caring for the society.