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▲ Feelux Group (Chairman Bae Sang-yoon) donated 100 million won to the Korean National Red Cross to recover from torrential rain and help victims. © Australian Breaks News ©
A big donation from Feelux Group (Chairman Bae Sang-yoon) made the public smile. Feelux Group donated 100 million won to the Korean Red Cross to recover from torrential rain and support the victims.
On the 11th, Feelux Group (Chairman Bae Sang-yoon) announced that it donated 100 million won to the Korean Red Cross to recover from torrential rain and help victims.
The donation was made to support areas that suffered property damage such as long-term rainy season and torrential rains, and house flooding and destruction. Five group companies including Feelux, Sambon Electronics, Jangwon Tech, EXT and Grand Hyatt Seoul participated in the donation. The donations will be used through the Korean National Red Cross to help the victims recover from the flood damage and provide relief supplies to the victims.
Bae Sang-yoon, chairman of Feelux Group, said, "We plan to provide various support through the Blue Sharing Foundation of Feelux Group so that flood victims affected by torrential rains can quickly return to their previous stable lives. All companies of Feelux Group will share their pain with the people through sharing and support despite the series of national disasters such as Covid-19 and heavy rain damage."
Chairman Bae is seeking various ways to support the group, including sending a volunteer group of executives and employees of the group, and supporting LED lighting for Feelux, in order to recover damage quickly and normalize the situation early.
Meanwhile, Feelux Group has been working hard to develop unpopular sports by running a men's and women's judo team through the Blue Sharing Foundation. In addition, the company is making various efforts to fulfill its social responsibilities. In March, Feelux also donated 100 million won to overcome Covid-19.