On July 6, Wynn Macau Ltd. visited and carried out voluntary work at the Holy House of Mercy’s Welfare Shop located in Fai Chi Kei.
The company also donated MOP300,000 to the charity for its Welfare Shop Project of Macau Holy House of Mercy (SCMM) and distributed food hampers to 365 underprivileged families. This marked Wynn’s seventh consecutive year of support for the SCMM Welfare Shop Project.
The check presenting ceremony was officiated by Ms. Linda Chen, Vice Chairman and Executive Director of Wynn Macau, Limited and Mr. António José de Freitas, President of the Board of Trustees of SCMM, in addition to other guests of honor.
Wynn brought together 48 enthusiastic members from the Wynn Employees Volunteer Team to help prepare food hampers containing basic food and daily necessities and distribute them to the beneficiary families, helping ease their day-to-day cost of living. In addition, Wynn also gave out supermarket vouchers to each household.
Corporate Bits | Sands China, SKH educate on financial management
A group of 50 Sands China team members, including some of the company’s Responsible Gaming Ambassadors, learned about financial planning on June 26 at a workshop at The Venetian Macao’s Adelson Advanced Education Centre.
Co-organized by Sands China Ltd. and the Sheng Kung Hui Social Services Coordination Office, the Responsible Gaming Workshop – Financial Ability 2.0: Financial Management, was led by Hong Kong Certified Financial Planner May Wong and two Certified Financial Social Work Counsellors from Sheng Kung Hui.
During the workshop, team members learned about the concepts of financial management, including personal financial risk assessment, savings, and investment, and discussed responsible gaming in the context of the financial risks associated with gambling.
They learned to recognize credit card payment types and interest rates, and were introduced to some of the financial management service resources available to them.