Community Caring Drive

Lotus Light Donated 20,000 Premium Cloth Masks to help Community

Entering December, the temperature drops rapidly in Lower Mainland, clinical reports that severe flu rate continued to climb in Canada and Untied States while the Covid-19 variant Omicron continues to threaten the elderly, children and people with a week immune system.

Lotus Light has organized a masks campaign and donated more than 20,000 premium cloth masks with filter and sanitizers to over a dozen community organizations, to help students, women, senior groups and shelters residents. Recipients include Senior Café, Windermere Secondary School, DTES Women’s Emergency Shelter, South Vancouver Neighborhood House, Minoru Resident Senior Society, Senior Union Society of Canada, Ling Nan Senior Association of Canada, Chinese Benevolent Association, YMCA New Immigration Program, YWCA Crabtree Corner, Grandview-Woodland Community Policing Centre and Collingwood Community Policing Centre, etc.

Lotus Light Charity Society relies on the generosity and support of corporate and individual sponsors to provide monetary and in-kind donations to support Lotus Light’s various programs and initiatives that help needy people in our community. For more information on various Lotus Light charity programs, please contact us by email at, Tel: 604-685-5548, or visit the Lotus Light website: Lotus Light Charity Society registered number: BN 14110-4893-RR0001.

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