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Prince Real Estate Using Action To Repay Society, Responsibility Is Value

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Prince Real Estate Using Action To Repay Society, Responsibility Is Value

Great Love without Borders: Prince Real Estate Charitable Foundation Officially Sails Out

Prince Real Estate will hold a charity event aimed at helping a plethora of vulnerable groups, revealing the beauty of charity and deducing responsibility.

On August 29th, 2015, The Prince Real Estate Charitable Foundation Gala will officially raise the curtain to present the social welfare program which raises awareness and donations for dropouts, people with disabilities, elderly people with no families to look after them, municipal development, ecological protection and similar efforts. Depending on donations from people of all walks of life to provide support, Prince Real Estate is proud to present the opening of the Prince Real Estate Charitable Foundation Gala.

As a big charity event held by the foreign company in the Kingdom of Cambodia, Prince Real Estate Charitable Gala has already become a brand name and received attention from many people, including the chairman of the chamber of commerce, business executives, Cambodian government officials, experts and scholars, celebrities of finance and economics, real estate and the mainstream media. According to the relevant sources, this event is a distinguished gathering for various elite celebrities.
The day of the charity, there will be singing and dance performances, as well as a blessing lamp put in the Baise River. Various celebrities will join the auction and an on-site treasured collection will be used to collect donations, which will be used for the charity projects.

As one of the key projects of public welfare, the Prince Real Estate Charitable Foundation Organization hopes the gala will pass on the spirit of caring for society and youths, as well as bringing prosperity to communities in need. As an international enterprise with multinational developments, Prince Real Estate strives for long-term investments between enterprises and society.

In the future, the organization plans to continue to be a long, open platform that engages in social responsibilities by integrating and supporting various social contribution projects raised by Prince Real Estate. Efforts for giving back to society include supporting the poor, solitary assistive assistance, disaster relief and rescue, environmental protection and cultural promotions, to name but a few. In order to uphold the purpose of being “committed to public welfare charity, advocate corporate-citizen responsibility, promote social harmony and progress”, the organization will devote itself in supporting those efforts.

The Prince Real Estate Charitable Foundation Organization belongs to the national non-public fund with an initial $400,000 investment to start the project. In addition, for every set sold, $2 per square meter will be donated under Prince Real Estate building sales. However, the organization still relies on donations from others, thus it will continue to promote charity projects. To tie into the establishment of the foundation, Prince Real Estate organized volunteers to carry out regular anti-poverty activities with dedicated compassion.

The Prince Real Estate Charitable Foundation Organization is a milestone for the real estate industry in promoting charitable organizations for the betterment of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The founding of the organization reflects Prince Real Estate’s willingness to become the most respected property enterprise and the company’s dedication in building a better life for the people of Cambodia. It is definite that the development of the organization will keep expanding within the industry as an influence and social significance.


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