Tak Chun Group Supports Holy House of Mercy's Welfare Shop for Sixth Consecutive Year
Tak Chun Group is dedicated to creating business value and giving back to the Macau communities, particularly by way of ongoing philanthropic endeavors. For six consecutive years, we have made an annual donation of MOP 300,000 to the Macau Holy House of Mercy's Welfare Shop project, in support of their food hamper distribution to over 360 local underprivileged families.
On the day of the Cheque Presentation Ceremony, Mr. Io Man Chong, Director of Board of Tak Chun Group, Ms. Cherie Wong, Senior Vice President of Tak Chun Group, Mr. Wayne Lio, Senior Vice President of VIP Service of Tak Chun Group, Ms. Eugenia Ip, Assistant Vice President of Brand and Marketing of Tak Chun Group and Ms. Arissa Cheong, Executive Director of Tak Chun Charity Association presented the cheque for the MOP 300,000 donation to Mr. António José de Freitas, President of the Board of Trustees of Macau Holy House of Mercy. Other honorable guests who attended the ceremony included Mr. Manuel Gonçalves Pires Júnior, Member of Board of Trustees of Macau Holy House of Mercy, Mr. Bruno Nunes, Member of the Board of Trustees of Macau Holy House of Mercy, Ms. Gisela Nunes, Secretary-General of Macau Holy House of Mercy, Ms. Chio Lan Ieng, Vice-President of the Board of Directors of Macau Federation of Trade Unions (FOAM), and Mr. Leong Heng Kao, President of General Union of Neighborhood Associations of Macau (UGAMM).
Tak Chun Group actively participates in various charitable activities as part of an ongoing commitment to giving back to the communities as a sustainable business, fulfilling its' corporate social responsibilities and providing support to people in need.
The Macau Holy House of Mercy Welfare Shop project was launched in 2013 with the aim of assisting the underprivileged families with financial pressures and difficulties. Tak Chun Group has always been a major sponsor on the welfare shop project, and donated a total amount of MOP 1,800,000 over the past six years, including this year's donation of MOP 300,000.