CSR: LG Electronics pledges $5.5 mn, 10 makeshift hospitals for Covid relief in India
CSR: LG Electronics pledges $5.5 mn, 10 makeshift hospitals for Covid relief in India – Proceeding with its commitment to help India in the continuous COVID-19 emergency, LG Electronics has pledged to support 10 makeshift hospitals across India. This will be done in partnership with local government bodies and NGOs. As a part of this affiliation, LG will give monetary help of $5.5 million to set up a medical framework in these significant times.
LG Electronics has finished 24 years in India and this commitment is an expansion of the brand slogan of making LIFE’S GOOD for individuals.
To help the Govt. furthermore, residents in the battle against COVID-19, LG Electronics is teaming up with government emergency hospitals and NGO accomplices. India’s greatest medical facility AIIMS will add more beds to treat COVID-19 patients, the necessary foundation will be financed by LG Electronics.
Every one of these makeshift medical hospitals will be made across Delhi NCR, Pune, Bhopal, Bangalore, Udaipur, Lucknow, and different urban communities in relationship with different Government emergency hospitals with LG Electronics.
Talking about the CSR drive Young Lak Kim, MD-LG Electronics India said, “At the beginning of pandemic a year ago, we offered help by donating our assets to the medical care local area. Our spotlight has consistently been on the prosperity of individuals and we accept through improvised clinics we can add to saving lives by making a clinical foundation. We will proceed with our CSR drives to contribute in a significant manner.”
In April 2020, LG cooperated with Akshaya Patra Foundation to serve 1 million meals across India. The organization additionally gave items like Water Purifier, Refrigerator, and TV to the 300 hospitals distributed for isolate/confinement wards.
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