10,000 liters of NaOClean Asia's disinfectant solution will be donated to nursing homes, senior activity centers and religious organisations in Singapore. This donation drive will take place from today till December 2020. Some of the beneficiary organisations include Fei Yue Community Services, St Andrew's Nursing Homes, Thomson Road Baptist Church and St John's Home. NaOClean Asia to donate 10,000 liters of disinfectant solution to churches and nursing homes.
The NaOClean Asia team and strategic partner Ban Choon Marketing visited Thomson Road Baptist Church to make the donation, and support the church in sanitizing its premises.
The COVID-19 outbreak has made us more conscious of the fact that viruses and bacteria can stay in the air and on surfaces for long durations. We are hopeful that this donation of disinfectant solutions will go a long way in ensuring that we keep our environments safe for elderly and children. Our goal is to offer the best solutions that can keep communities safe, especially during this period." Peter Kim, CEO, NaOClean Asia Peter has been distributing several leading brands of air purifiers worldwide since 2013. A serial entrepreneur for the past 30 years, Peter has gained an in-depth understanding of the region through his various business ventures in Singapore and Korea. NaOClean is a Korean brand of alcohol-free disinfectant solution with over 30 years of experience in the industry. It can be used to disinfect all surfaces and also be used as a hand sanitizer. The brand is launching in Singapore with this corporate social responsibility initiative to contribute resources to vulnerable groups during the COVID-19 outbreak. Safety measures in churches
It is very important for churches to implement measures to keep the congregation safe. The NaOClean disinfectant solution will come in handy in helping us disinfect the church and also be used as a hand sanitizer for church members when we re-open for services." Peter Ng, Deacon, Thomson Road Baptist Church Alcohol-free disinfectant solution from Korea Related Stories
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