(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) The Perth Branch of the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Commerce donated medical masks to the Western Australian Disability Service Centre
ChinaNews.com, Perth, May 5 (Liu Pai) The Perth Branch of the Australian Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Australia has actively fulfilled its social responsibilities and recently donated 4,000 medical-grade masks to the Western Australian Disability Service Center for epidemic prevention.
Sun Xiaoxuan, President of the Perth Branch of the Australia China General Chamber of Commerce, was invited to attend the donation ceremony held at the Disability Service Centre in Western Australia, and handed over 4000 medical-grade masks to Ms. Jacquie Thomson, the general manager of the centre. The service center is the largest non-profit organization for disabled people in Western Australia. It has more than 60 years of operating experience. Every year, a large number of disabled people and their families in Western Australia accept their life, medical and other services. .
Sun Xiaoxuan accepted the paintings from Anita Jambanis, a resident representative of the Disabled Persons Service Center. Photo by Daniel Carson
Also attending the donation ceremony were representatives of the Chinese community in Western Australia, Chen Dianmin and Li Xin, who recently launched a charity fundraising event for disabled people in Western Australia. The fund-raising activity was actively responded to by the leaders of the Perth Branch of the China General Chamber of Commerce in Australia, employees and other people from all walks of life in Western Australia. Everyone extended their helping hands to help people with disabilities in Western Australia overcome the difficulties. In less than 3 weeks, 421,000 Australian dollars were raised, all donated to the Western Australian Disability Service Center.
Sun Xiaoxuan presented a mask to Carol Howden, a care worker representative of the Disabled Persons Service Center. Photo by Daniel Carson
The donation activity was positively affirmed by the local community, and was reported by mainstream local media such as The Western Australian and The Post.
Since the outbreak of Western Australia, the Perth Branch of the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce in Australia has closely followed the development of the outbreak and actively participated in the local anti-epidemic. The Chamber of Commerce organized member units to donate 7,900 protective masks to Western Australian Chinese students through the Chinese Consulate General in Perth, and donated 220 sets of safety protective clothing to Perth St John of God Hospital. At the same time, it also actively paid attention to the health and safety of the employees and their families of member companies, and purchased 8,000 protective masks to distribute to each member unit. (Finish)