As part of its efforts to ensure good life for all, LG Electronics has spread its arms of love to motherless children in Lagos State.
Â The company which visited the Lagos State motherless babies home in Lekki in expression of love to children did not only donate products but also engaged the children in a fun-filled bash.
Products presented to the home included two units of Gen Cool Inverter ACs and three units of Jet Cool air conditioners.
Â Elated by the reception given it by the high spirited children, the company explained that the gesture was in fulfillment of its corporate Social Responsibilities, CSR, goals for the year and was happy to see it done.
Â At the function, General Manager, Air Solution, LG Electronics West Africa Operations, Mr.Â Cholyong Park, assured the children of the companyâ€™s commitment to their welfare and promised to always keep in touch.
â€œWe shall continue to be alive to our CSR functions by providing succour to the needy most especially the children who of course are the leaders of tomorrow. The Air Conditioners being donated would help give the children some level of comfort in the home,â€ he said.
Â Managing Director of Fouani Nigeria Limited, Mr. Mohammed Fouani, commended the stateâ€™s effort on the children as he considered himself privileged and fortunate to have contributed to their happiness.
Â Appreciating LGâ€™s move, Matron-In-Charge of the Home, Mrs. Olaore Feyisayo, praised the company for counting the home worthy of its goodwill and encouraged them to keep the act up.
LG has continued to maintain a track record in the area of caring for the society. The company has become associated with a number of orphanage homes in the country as well as educational institutions as a result of its gestures.
Â Some of them included: presentation of scholarship awards to best Engineering student in University of Lagos; paid visit to Idi-Ayunre community in Ibadan where it donated anti-mosquito air conditioners as well as treated mosquito nets to the health centre, engaged in beach clean-up activity to mark the 2017 World Environment Day in Lagos among other activities.