On this day, OK Savings Bank and OK Capital employees visited 200 households worth 30,000 brittle worth of briquettes in Hongdae-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, to 20 low-income households and elderly living alone.
On the same day, 600 employees of affiliated companies such as OK Savings Bank, Afro Financial (Rush & Cache), OK Credit Information, etc., donated a total of 60 million won worth of supporter goods to 1,000 people in Daejeon and Suwon. In the Daejeon area, 20,000 briquettes and other winter necessities were delivered to welfare and vulnerable groups. In Suwon, children in local children's centers hand-packed and delivered packaged kits made of school supplies, stationeries, and other necessities.
"We are delighted to be able to contribute a little to the residents of Ants Village who have been worried about the news that a harder river will be found than usual," said Chung Gil-ho, CEO of Savings Bank. "We will continue to carry out diverse social contribution activities to help neighbors I will try to convey my hope. "
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