Press Release June 4, 2021
Lotus Light Donates 130,000 lbs of Hand Sanitizer to Regional Non-profit Organizations
Earlier this week, Lotus Light, alongside Tri-cities Foundations, worked non-stop to unload multiple trucks filled with 150 pallets of hand sanitizer, weighing a total amount of 130,000 lbs. The charity plans to distribute the hand sanitizer to dozens of fire halls, libraries, and recreational centers in Tri-City municipalities.
With increasing vaccination rates and decreasing Covid-19 infection rates, the British Columbia government has announced a four-step restart plan to help communities transition back to normal life. However, health officials are warning communities to continue taking precautions like wearing masks in public indoor settings, engaging in careful social contact, staying home, and getting tested immediately if anyone within the family circle feels sick. It is crucial that people practice good personal hygiene habits by washing hands with soap often, and using hand sanitizer when needed.
The large quantity of hand sanitizer being distributed by Lotus Light was donated by a generous donor. Lotus Light will continue to work with local non-profit organizations to distribute hand sanitizers to help people in need.
The LLCS Covid-19 Community Caring Drive will continue partnering with generous corporations, food warehouses, local food assistance groups, and food distribution hubs to distribute much needed food and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) items to community members in need. For more information on various Lotus Light Charity programs, please contact us by: email: email@example.com, Tel: 604-685-5548, or visit lotus light website: http://vllcs.org. Lotus Light Charity Society registered number: BN 14110-4893-RR0001.