We Shine at Outstanding Partnership Project Award 2019/20
15 Jun 2020

Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Limited (“Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group”, “the Group” or “the Company”; SEHK stock code: 1929), a Hong Kong Main Board listed company with over 90 years of heritage, is honoured that the Group’s outstanding contribution and commitment to the society are acknowledged by The Hong Kong Council of Social Service at “Outstanding Partnership Project Award 2019/20” under “Caring Company” Scheme.

The Group was underscored with its “Do Good - Caring Action” (【愛 • 關懷 • 行動】) program, a  good deeds community engagement initiative sponsored by Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation and partnered with over 60 NGO partners including Bo Charity Foundation, Sik Sik Yuen and Society for Community Organization, etc. in providing diversified appropriate support such as in-flat repair services and cleaning, donation of basic essential items to the underprivileged and deprived elderly. To improve their living conditions, the Group also hired pest control specialists to clean their flats. Near 1,000 cases have been handled by Chow Tai Fook volunteer team. 

Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Executive Director and Chairman of Sustainability Committee, Peter Suen, remarked, “We are proud to receive this top honour award in recognition of our persistent efforts to corporate social responsibility. We uphold our “Do Good” and “Sharing” spirit by bringing positive changes to the community and will continue to work hand in hand with NGOs on community projects. The program not only improves the living standard of the beneficiaries, it also plays an important role in inspiring the beneficiaries and our staff to participate in volunteer services and passing on the mission of volunteering so as to construct a cohesive society.”

“Outstanding Partnership Project Award” aims at bestowing remarkable caring companies that meet the social needs of the community by launching different outstanding partnership projects as well as to commend the contribution and effort made amid cross-sector cooperation.