According to the company, KT&G will donate 500 servings of food each week to soup kitchens, including Warm Chaeumteo and the House of Sungmo Lady in Daejeon, and volunteering at the facilities once a month over the next two years.
|KT&G CEO Baek Bok-in (right) serves food at Warm Chaeumteo in Seoul Thursday. (KT&G)|
On Thursday, KT&G CEO Baek Bok-in joined employees in helping serve the needy at Warm Chaeumteo.
“I hope that our employees’ work will help those who are having a lonely and harsh winter,” Baek said.
The KT&G SangSang Fund Hope Food Truck, which was donated Thursday, will be used to deliver food to the needy in Seoul.
Last year, KT&G used 2.5 percent of its revenue, amounting to 72.8 billion won ($66.7 million), on corporate outreach activities.
By Won Ho-jung (firstname.lastname@example.org)