Suntory donates products to hospitals to promote health
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Suntory donates products to hospitals to promote health

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Suntory donates products to hospitals to promote health
Ashwin Rajgopal, right, CEO of Suntory Beverage & Food Thailand and Indochina. photos courtesy of TOKllHA

Suntory Beverage & Food (Thailand) recently donated BRAND'S products to hospitals and foundations under the "Getting Healthy With BRAND'S" campaign with an objectiveto give the gift of health to hospital and foundation staff as well as patients and kids. The donated products are worth a total of 9,694,192 baht.

Since the spread of Covid-19, the company realises the burden and responsibility facing healthcare personnel as well as staff at hospitals and foundations who were required to work extremely hard during the pandemic.

The company has continued to send them good wishes and moral support through the distribution of BRAND'S products to hospitals, foundations as well as other public health organisations. Although the Covid-19 outbreak has subsided, infections are still reported in various areas while hospital and foundation staff continue to do their jobs tirelessly.

To underline the "Giving Back To Society" value, the company initiated the "Getting Healthy With BRAND'S" campaign with the objective to promote good health and send moral support to staff at hospitals and foundations along with patients and children supported by those foundations.

As part of the campaign, a total of 199,456 bottles of BRAND'S products were donated to eight hospitals and foundations including King Chulalongkorn Memorial Hospital, the Thai Red Cross Society, Siriraj Hospital, Ramathibodi Hospital, Queen Sirikit National Institute of Child Health, Rajavithi Hospital, Thammasat University Hospital, the Golden Jubilee Medical Center and the Foundation for Children.

Donated products from Suntory Beverage & Food (Thailand). TOKllHA

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