Sharing Happiness During Outbreaks, Jambuluwuk Hotels & Resorts Help Small Communities
It is undeniable that the condition of our country today is very bad after being hit by the plague of Covid-19, various sectors felt the impact of this global pandemic. One of the sectors which got the impact is certainly the economy sector.
When economic conditions become unstable and various restrictions are forced to do so that it affects the daily income of many people, making the Covid-19 pandemic not only dangerous as a virus but as a real economic crisis carrier for the small community.
The spirit of sharing with others and helping one another in need, Jambuluwuk Hotels & Resorts took the initiative to donate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks and food to hospitals that handles Covid-19 and did not forget to provide assistance to online driver, taxi drivers, and other small communities.
“Our mission is simple, we want to share with others in the midst of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Jambuluwuk Hotels & Resorts will continue the food sharing program to the hospital that handles Covid-19 and donations for personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks that are complained about being difficult to find. In addition, we will also not forget to help disadvantaged small communities such as online driver and other needy people, “explained Martha W. Thomas as Corporate Communication Manager of Jambuluwuk Hotels & Resorts.
Facing the Covid-19 pandemic together, of course the burden borne by each party will make it feel lighter. Jambuluwuk Hotels & Resorts is ready to bear the heavy burden through the ‘We Share We Care’ program.
“Through the ‘We Share We Care’ program, Jambuluwuk Hotels & Resorts wants to show that there are no problems that we cannot deal with if we do it together. We believe that the task is not just a job for the government but every one of us who feels able to help to do something, “said Martha.
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