Xiaomi Corporation announced today that World Vision Philippines and Yayasan Food Bank Malaysia will each receive a donation of US $ 100,000 from the Xiaomi Foundation Limited, to support those affected by Typhoon Rai in the Philippines and Malaysia.
In the Philippines alone, according to the National Disaster Council, more than 870,334 families or 23,380,167 people were affected by Typhoon Rai and more than 348,642 homes damaged. Hundreds and thousands of volunteers are working around the clock to help those affected and provide survival essentials such as food and water, hygiene kits, cooking and cooking kits, emergency shelter kits, etc.
As a global company, we believe it is our duty to be responsible and give back to communities affected by such situations.
Those wishing to help those affected by Typhoon Rai can also do so through the accounts below:
Donation account in the Philippines:
World Vision Foundation for Development Inc.
Donation account in Malaysia:
Yayasan Food Bank Malaysia (Humanitarian support for the monsoon and floods 2021/2022)
- RECEPTION BANK: MAYBANK BERHAD (Putrajaya branch)
- NAME OF BENEFICIARY: YAYASAN FOOD BANK MALAYSIA
- ACCOUNT NUMBER: 566010630584
Xiaomi Corporation hopes for the best for those affected and a speedy recovery in the affected area.
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