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Lotus Light Supports School Hamper Drive to Help Needy Student Family

Recently, Lotus Light donated a total of 700 pieces gift items to support the holiday Hamper Drive of Byrne Creek Community School in Burnaby, to benefit needy student families.

Lotus Light Children Assistance Plan (CAP) supports students from low-income families. Recently, the program has donated over 700 gift items to support the holiday Hamper Drive of Byrne Creek Community School in Burnaby. Items included, juice, snacks, candy, crackers and personal protective supplies to help low-income student families during winter the break.

As Covid-19 restrictions are lifted in most of the countries around the world, some countries are experiencing a trend of large-scale outbreaks, especially in some countries in Asia. In north America, countries are also facing a triple threat, with a confluence of viral infections due to respiratory syncytial virus(RSV), influenza and Covid-19.

In view of this, Lotus Light donated over 2,000 premium cloth masks with filter and 2,000 pounds of sanitizer and disinfectants to three community service organizations in East Vancouver before the New Year, in order to strengthen the safety of people vulnerable to infection.

Lotus Light thanks the support and generosity of our corporative partners and individual supporters. For more information of Lotus Light’s charity programs, please visit our website: http://vllcs.org, or contact us by email at llcsvancouver@gmail.com, telephone at 604-685-5548. Lotus Light Charity Society (Vancouver) is a registered charity dedicated to helping the most vulnerable in our local community. Lotus Light Charity Society’s registered number: BN 14110-4893-RR0001.

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