Ninestar Donates Millions to the Red Cross
On September 2, Ninestar Corporation donated RMB 20 million (US$2.87 million) to the Chinese Red Cross Foundation (CRCF) —“Ninestar Angel of Love Program”. Ninestar has worked closely with the charity for 15 years making a much-needed contribution to those in need.
Back in 2007, Ninestar Group’s Chairman Jackson Wang (pictured) signed a collaboration with CRCF—Angel of Love Program—to establish a special fund for helping poor children suffering from leukemia and congenital heart disease. In 2015, the donation was increased to additional sectors including medical aid, education assistance and environmental projects.
This year’s multi-million donation to the Angel of Love Program will support critical illness relief, health intervention, study aid, environmental protection and other philanthropic activities.
Jackson Wang (left) and Bei Xiaochao (right) attended the donation ceremony held at Zhuhai, Guangdong.
CRCF’s Chairman Bei Xiaochao (pictured with Jackson Wang) responded to Ninestar’s continuous commitment and support of CRCF since 2007. He emphasized that “with 15 years’ commitment to charity, Ninestar has brought hope for poor children through the Angel of Love Program and helped create a better world for more people in need.”
“As a company with a strong sense of responsibility and mission to the society, Ninestar sees its social responsibility as a long-term strategy,” Wang said. “We all have the responsibility to support those less fortunate than ourselves. In recent years, Ninestar has devoted itself to charity in medical assistance, study aid, environmental protection, and targeted poverty alleviation. Ninestar willingly fulfills its duty towards society.”
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