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Titan Stone Life Insurance cares, underprivileged groups benefit from eight donation activities

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Darren Teng (sixth from left), representative of the General Department of Financial Industry of the Ministry of Economy and Finance Dr Mey Vann (seventh from left) and staff attend the charity event. Photo supplied

Titan Stone Life Insurance cares, underprivileged groups benefit from eight donation activities

Adhering to its corporate philosophy of “We Care Your Life”,Titan Stone Life Insurance that was established in Cambodia in March this year to reach out to the underprivileged groups.

This year, it organised eight charity events across the Kingdom to assist communities tide over the difficult times they are facing as a result of the Covid-19 and the floods.

Recently, Titan Stone Life staff and the undersecretary of the Ministry of Tourism HE Hor Sarun, visited Kompong Thom province to assist 750 families affected by the floods.

Since the Covid-19 outbreak and the floods, Titan Stone Life has joined six charity activities (such as distributing rice, cookies and drinking water) and two cash donations.

It covered six provinces including Kep, Kampong Cham, Kampong Speu, Battambang, Pursat and Kampong Thom, donating more than 10,000kg of white rice and thousands of dollars worth items and cash donations.

In addition to using the international resources of the parent group, Titan Stone Group, Titan Stone Life has introduced the latest insurance and financial management products to provide people with safety and security.

Besides, creating a stable financial plan, it also realised the importance to care for underprivileged groups such as poor families across the country, children who are out of school, and donate money and materials with love to improve the environment to become its power to reverse its destiny.

With roots in Cambodia, Titan Stone Life wants to help the public create a great life by introducing financial management concepts with its active power and sustainable love to have stable finance and cash flow in the future.

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Titan Stone Life staff, HE Hor Sarun, undersecretary of the Ministry of Tourism, Kompong Thom province governor Sok Lou and the province’s working group, and sponsors at the event.

Titan Stone Life’s general manager and chairman of Love Charity Organization, Darren Teng, said that the company has fulfilled its corporate social responsibilities by funding charity projects.

Titan Stone Group has been working in Cambodia for many years and the Titan Stone Life was established in Cambodia as there was a need for such services.

The company has taken long-term initiatives to share its international expertiseand advanced insurance products in Cambodia that can help to create a strong awareness about the importance of insurance and financial skills among the young population.

As a member of Cambodia insurance industry, Titan Stone Life will always stand with the Cambodian people, grow together, overcome difficulties, and try to create a better future.

As a responsible corporate citizen of Cambodia, Titan Stone Life will continue to work hard in the insurance market.

Its charity efforts are not only limited to the ongoing pandemic, but it will continue to help those in need in the future as well.

It will continue to channel its resources for charity activities, sending love and warmth to all Cambodians around the country.

The sustainable corporate philosophy of “We Care Your Life” makes Titan Stone Life not only a life insurance company, but also stresses on caring and sharing.

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