Hong Kong, China, October 31, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Qilin World Capital Ltd.’s Raymond Lau donated RM 10,000.00 to the Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Association Johor Bahru last September. This donation will be used to maintain and improve the association’s onsite facilities, further their mission of educating handicapped and mentally disabled youth, and provide expert physiotherapy for children who need it most.
Located in Malaysia, the Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children’s Association Johor Bahru is an organization dedicated to providing personal care to handicapped and mentally disabled children. Their goal is help these children achieve productive, fulfilling and happy lives through their work to help them learn, adapt socially, and live effectively within society. Founded in 1990, the organization has long been funded largely by donations from charity-minded businesses and organizations like Qilin World Capital. Their association motto enforces their mission to “Help the Helpless.”
In a letter to Mr. Lau, the charitable organization thanked him and highlighted that his “support is a great motivation for us and it gives us courage and energy to move towards our goal of providing better living and care facilities to the residents at the Home.”
During his tenure as managing director of Qilin World Capital, Mr. Lau has established a deep-seated culture of charitable giving both on a personal level and throughout his organization. Other recent beneficiaries of Qilin’s charitable giving and participation include the Institute of Technical Education, National Gallery Singapore, World Wildlife Fund, School Pocket Money Fund of Singapore, Singapore Senior Golfers’ Society, London Air Ambulance, SingHealth and the Singapore Red Cross.
Qilin World Capital is an Asian based lending group with executives and representatives all over the world. They specialize in the creation of customized lending solutions for private and public companies operating in the global marketplaces. Qilin specializes in providing liquidity to the global capital markets in the form of non-recourse stock loans, repo's and private block purchases. For more information, contact: Jay Dombroski or visit http://www.qilinfinance.com