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Yonghui Superstores committed to social welfare in China

Yonghui Superstores started a charity program in the Civil Affairs Bureau of Beichen District of China’s Tianjin, giving 150 households in need each a shopping card worth CNY1,000 (USD159).

After its entry into Tianjin in 2011, Yonghui Superstores won widespread support from local communities. In order to give back, the retailer is committed to the city’s welfare works and it helped over 200 poverty-stricken and handicapped people find their jobs. The ongoing charity program covered 28 cities nationwide and Yonghui Superstores donated CNY150,000 for Tianjin.

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