Singapore – Trung Nguyen International , the company behind Vietnamese most popular coffee brand; KING COFFEE , started their donation drive in Singapore to support Migrant Workers and Medical professional battling with the Covid-19 pandemic.
As of yesterday, Singapore became the worst hit country in Southeast Asia with more than 10,000 infected cases of Covid-19. Among those infected, more than half were Migrant Workers.
Migrant Workers are key contributors to Singapore’s economy and responsible for the infrastructure of the country. They help build houses, worked in construction and also help keep Singapore clean. As these workers are now under isolation, King Coffee Singapore showed support in donating their coffee products to HOME via SGUNITED, an organisation that support these Migrant Workers.
To also recognise the dedication and sacrifice of the medical staffs in Singapore, King Coffee also donated over 4,800 boxes of coffee products to Tan Tock Seng Hospital. The company thank the frontline medical heroes for risking their lives in the frontline battling this pandemic . This donation hope to provide some energy boost and heightened morale of all front-liners working in the hospital.
Few weeks back , Trung Nguyen International ; KING COFFEE also donated their coffee products in world’s worst hit country , America. The company supported hospitals in California and is currently still continuing its donation drive there.
Among others, King Coffee also donated their coffee products in Wuhan China and in Vietnam. The company is looking to show their support to other affected countries like South Korea and Russia next.
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