The members of PIOLINK have gathered once again to help their neighborhood for this winter. On December 27, there was an event named “The Boxes of Hope with PIOLINK”. For this annual event, PIOLINK’s executives and staff members delivered the basic necessities for the handicapped. The aim of the Boxes of Hope is to provide more stability with several things that can help the less fortunate people’s life in the winter.
As the Good Samaritans’ Project, PIOLINK has donated and delivered rice and kimchi every year. This year has been more special as there were heating devices and kimchi that the handicapped households with low income and isolated people asked for.
“I am very glad to share the warmth of volunteering with our members every year,” PIOLINK’s CEO Young C. Cho commented, “I wish these neighbors to have more hope for the upcoming new year of 2018.