With a decline in COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong, secondary and primary schools resume in phases from end of May to mid-June. Tahoe Life extends our care to the society by donating 100,000 quality medical masks to 17 special schools under Hong Chi Association and Hong Kong Red Cross for around 2,500 students since mid-June.
When schools resume, students have to consume several masks at schools every day and also prepare spare ones for regular replacement. Tahoe Life believes that our donation can ensure students to have sufficient supply of masks, assist schools in pandemic prevention and help avoid virus outbreak at schools. The beneficiary of the donation students aged 6 to 18, including around 330 boarding school students who have greater needs of medical mask. We also have prepared masks and hand sanitisers for the school teachers, staff and caretakers as well.
“Having a strong presence in Hong Kong for three decades, Tahoe Life is always here to give back to the community. We hope that our donation can help parents and students ease the worry of mask supply when schools resume. We understand that medical mask is an essential preventive measure for students going to school. Some parents may have a heavy financial burden to take care of their children with special needs. Through the assistance we provide, we want the students to focus on their study without any worry. I strongly believe that we can overcome the challenges when we unite with the same goal,” expresses Mr Allan Yu, CEO of Tahoe Life.
The beneficiary schools include: