Thanks to the generosity and support of thousands of Kyäni Business Partners, Customers, and employees around the world, Global Caring Hands Day was a tremendous success! Together, we made a difference by bringing hope to our local communities.
Here’s a look at this year’s incredible highlights:
Our Kyäni family in Hong Kong took advantage of the opportunity to spread health positivity by organizing service activities in the community. They invited others to join in their commitment to become “healthier and better” through hiking, sports, strength training, boat trips, and yoga classes. Business Partners also arranged community-service events, including blood drives and beach clean-ups.
Our Kyäni family in Japan joined together to donate stationary and school supplies to children in need. Business Partners and staff worked together to gather marker sets, pens, calculators, glue sticks, and other important items and donate them to children in Japan and overseas.
Our Taiwan family joined the cause and shared hope through donations that support people in need. Business Partners and staff donated food, supplies, and other essentials to their community’s social welfare foundation.
Our Kyäni family in Thailand created an online Caring Hands awareness campaign on Facebook in which leaders arranged group meetings to share the value of health and hope and inspire others to get involved in our mission. Their posts and shares reached over 1,200 people, and top participants were awarded Caring Hands t-shirts.
Australia and New Zealand
Our Australia and New Zealand family partnered with Good360, a nonprofit organization that supports families in need by providing essential items such as food, clothing, toiletries, and children’s toys. Kyäni volunteers made a difference by packing essentials bags for families.
In spite of continuing COVID restrictions, members of our Kyäni family in Europe created donation initiatives to raise money for four charities throughout Europe, including:
- Italy: Dynamo Camp, a recreational therapy camp dedicated to supporting severely disabled children. Their mission is to inspire children to believe in themselves and achieve their goals.
- Hungary: Patrónus Ház, a nonprofit that provides full care to people with autism. The home is an essential part of the neighborhood community and emphasizes training and social integration for its residents.
- France: Ecole Hatikva, a school that welcomes children with special needs such as Trisomy 21 or autism. Their goal is to help the children with their education and to build a future for themselves.
- Germany: Children’s home Cornelius, a home and refuge for orphans and children in need.
They also started a Facebook donation drive for Kyäni employees with the goal to reach 1500 € to give to the Swedish Red Cross.
Through selling Caring Hands t-shirts to our Business Partners, our Indonesia family raised money to make 160 meals to donate to community members. Business Partners volunteered their time to provide these meals to people in need throughout Jakarta and East Java to help bring a smile to their faces.
Our Kyäni Korea family organized an online Volunteer and Kindness Campaign encouraging people to spend the day doing something good for others, from recycling efforts to providing meals to community members with disabilities. The Kyäni Korea office also offered fun gifts to volunteers.
Diamond leaders, Business Partners, and corporate staff around the country joined together to support various efforts, including raising funds for meal packs for frontline workers at a local hospital and members of the community experiencing homelessness as well as partnering with a parish priest to spearhead a feeding program for children in need. Our Philippines Kyäni family also collaborated with local celebrities and church leaders to raise donations for heavy-duty masks for frontline workers.
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Thank you to everyone who has joined us in giving back to people and communities around the world!