Lotte Group has just handed over VND3.66 billion ($159,130) through the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee to the Central Pediatric Hospital and 108 Military Hospital, with the desire to accompany the country on the road to economic and social recovery after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The money was donated by five subsidiaries of Lotte Group, including Lotte Vietnam Shopping JSC (Lotte Mart and Lotte Department Store), Lotte Global Logistics, Lotte Rental (Vietnam) Ltd., and Lotte Hotel Ltd.
“Sustainable development and corporate social responsibility are Lotte Group’s operational objectives in Vietnam. The subsidiaries in the group are committed to long-term co-operation and development in the country,” said Kang Min Ho, general director of Lotte Mart. “During the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, Lotte Group and its subsidiaries had implemented many support activities in diverse Vietnamese locations. Lotte Group wishes to donate this amount of money through the Fatherland Front Committee, joining hands with Vietnam to ensuring social security in post-pandemic times.”
“Not only this time, Lotte Group is looking forward to more opportunities to accompany other social activities with the Vietnam Fatherland Front in the future,” he noted.