Covid-19 Community Caring Drive

Lotus Light Donates 130,000 lbs of Hand Sanitizers to Region non-profit Organizations

Press Release June 4, 2021

Lotus Light Donates 130,000 lbs of Hand Sanitizers to Region non-profit Organizations

Early this week Lotus Light collaborated with Tri-cities Foundation working non-stop to unload multiple trucks to move 150 pallets  of hand sanitizer with a total weight of 130,000 lbs. The hand sanitizers will be distributed to dozens of Tri-Cities municipalities’ fire halls, libraries and recreational centers.

With the increased vaccination rate and deceased people infected with Covid-19, the Government of British Columbia has announced a four-step restart plan to bring back to normal life. However health officer warns that people should still need to take precautions, to wear masks in public indoor settings, engage in careful social contact, stay home and get tested immediately if you or anyone in your family feels sick. It’s important that people practice good personal hygiene habits by washing hand with soap often or use a hand sanitizer. The large quantity of hand sanitizer’s distribution organized by Lotus Light is 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.

LLCS Covid-19 Community Caring Drive will continue partnering with generous corporate, food warehouses, local food assistance groups, food distribution hubs to distribute much needed food as well as personal protection equipment 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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