MGM distributes typhoon kits to the community

MGM has worked with three different local associations in preparing for typhoon season. More than 400 emergency kits have been handed out to small-and- medium-size enterprises in low-lying areas, plus elderly people through The Neighborhood Association (UGAMM), the Women’s General Association of Macau and Caritas Macau.

Each of these kits contained first-aid supplies, a poncho, a whistle, a flashlight and a leaflet containing useful information.

Jiang Xuchun, Director of Seac Pai Van Family Support and Community Service Complex of UGAMM said, “The emergency kits are very considerate for including a comprehensive range of supplies to prepare elderly [people] for the upcoming typhoons and to raise their awareness of disaster prevention.”

Meanwhile, on a user’s perspective, an elderly person from UGAMM, Chan Sui Fu, said upon receiving a kit, “I find this kit very helpful, and I will store it somewhere accessible.”

Cheang Yat Hong, owner of Luen Heng Grocery expressed his gratitude. “Right after Typhoon Hato back in 2017, MGM offered a cloud data backup service to us, and they have been keeping in touch with us during the typhoon season to ensure our safety. I am truly thankful for all these caring acts, especially for the latest hand- delivered emergency kit.”

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