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Korean Air donates US$50,000 to help earthquake victims in Indonesia

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Mon, 11/05/2018 - 03:03
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The city of Palu suffered massive property damage and a large number of casualties due to the serious earthquake and tsunami in September.

Hong Kong - Korean Air donated US$50,000 to the relief efforts for victims of the earthquake and tsunami that recently hit Palu, Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, through Indonesian Red Cross Society.

The city of Palu suffered massive property damage and a large number of casualties due to the serious earthquake and tsunami in September. Korean Air’s donation will be used to provide relief products and assist with rebuilding efforts for the local earthquake victims.

“We hope our donation helps Palu make a swift recovery from the devastating earthquake and tsunami,” said representative from Korean Air.

Korean Air has been fulfilling its corporate social responsibility by utilizing its network as a global carrier to deliver relief supplies to disaster-struck sites, such as the dam collapse in Laos (2018), flood in Peru (2017), cyclone in Fiji (2016), Kumamoto earthquakes (2016), flood in Myanmar (2015), and other disasters around the world.

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