German Pool Honoured with "Award of Merit" from The Community Chest
2018-06-26 News Share

The award ceremony was held on June 26th. A group of guests and representatives from different award-winning institutions took a group photo.

(Left to right 4th)The Vice President of German Pool (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. and the Director of the German Pool Group Limited, Ms. Karen Chan, Justice of the Peace, receiving the “Award of Merit”.

The Hong Kong Community Chest Awards Ceremony 2017/2018 was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on June 26, 2018. The ceremony focused on thanking companies for their active donations and charitable work. German Pool (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd. was distinguished with the "Award of Merit" and was praised for its generous donation and contribution to social welfare.

German Pool was officially founded in 1982. After 35 years of diversified development, it has become one of Hong Kong’s most influential companies in the home appliance and kitchen cabinet industry. German Pool strives to give back to society. In recent years German Pool has focused on the future of the society, raising awareness for social and public welfare affairs. Outside of the "Award of Merit ", German Pool has repeatedly won the "Outstanding Corporate Social Responsibility Award" from “The Mirror" newspaper and the "Outstanding Corporate Image Award" from TVB, which fully affirmed the company's corporate identity as a socially responsible company.

About “Award of Merit”

The Hong Kong Community Chest has raised funds from more than 160 member social welfare agencies. The annual awards ceremony is held annually to thank the major organizations that have contributed generously. The awards include the "Award of Merit", "Top Ten Donors of the Year", "Partner of Corporate Giving Award" and "The Community Chest Award for Outstanding Service". The Hong Kong Community Chest provides youth, elderly, and family with medical and health care, rehabilitation, guidance, and community development services to over 2 million people in need.