Covid-19 Community Caring Drive

Lotus Light Donated Thousands of Food Items to Help Disadvantaged Groups

Press Release April 28, 2021

Lotus Light Charity Society Covid-19 Emergency Food Hub has raised and donated thousands of much needed food and personal protective equipment items to help disadvantaged group across metro Vancouver this week, Donated items include dry food, canned food, vegetables and fruits, fruit drink, instant noodles, granola bar, biscuit, crackers, pastries, cereals, peanut butter, chips, premium chocolate, sausage, cheese, protein drink, frozen pork sirloin and whole chicken, fabric masks and hand sanitizers. Organizations  received donation including Unique Get Together Society, which provides services to special need students and low-income, distribute food hamper containing necessary ingredients and food to needy families, and  Gladstone Secondary School, Strathcona Community Centre Food Hub, Carnegie Community Centre , Powell Street Getaway Resource Centre, Yukon Homeless Shelter, and to low-income families in Coquitlam and Surrey area. Hundreds low-income families and individuals are benefited. Thanks to Superstore Grandview Hwy and food recovery network for their supports.

Volunteer from Unique Get Together Society picked up donations

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic last spring, Lotus Light Charity Society has launched many Covid-19 community relief programs and initiates to help people affected by the pandemic, especially disadvantaged groups in the community. Lotus Light volunteers show great compassion and kindness for the vulnerable groups and spontaneously contributed their money and time to help people in need in our community. The Lotus Light Charity Emergency Kitchen volunteers commute weekly across cities to prepare hundreds meals for the vulnerable groups, rain or shine. The Lotus Light Food Recovery Hamper Program volunteers picked up and delivered donation weekly. Some volunteers themselves are low-income families, but they volunteer to lead food assistance group, delivering relief food and supplies door-to-door to remote community. The Free Fabric Masks for Low-income Families group volunteers have spent countless days and nights sewing tens of thousands fabric masks for the low-income seniors, inner-city schools students and other organization serving disadvantaged groups. Thanks to all our volunteers for their care and dedication, the Lotus Light Charity Society Covid-19 Community relief has spread across Metro Vancouver to many cities and dozens of communities, benefited tens of thousands families.

Diane, VP of Gladstone Secondary School, praised Lotus Light’s support.

“Through caring and learning, we help to build a better tomorrow.” Lotus Light Charity Society welcomes caring people from all walks of life to join the ranks of Lotus Light volunteers to help people in need in the community. LLCS Covid-19 Community Caring Drive will continue partnering with generous corporates, food warehouses, local food assistance groups, food distribution hubs to distribute much needed food to help people in need in our community. For more information on various Lotus Light’s charity programs, please contact us by, Tel: 604-685-5548, or visit lotus light website:  Lotus Light Charity Society registered number:  BN 14110-4893-RR0001.

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Thanks again so very much for your support. We are getting 80-100 kids per day coming by our student center to grab drinks and snacks. Your support for them is so highly appreciated by all of us, especially our kids and families!
Thanks from Diane Phillips and Gladstone Secondary School
Gladstone Secondary School / Vice-Principal

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