The China Post
Date: October 5, 2016
By: The China Post news staff
TAIPEI, Taiwan — A daily nutritional breakfast will be made available for children living in rural areas in
Keelung and Hsinchu on behalf of donations from the Breeze Charity Foundation.
The charity program aims to help children living in financially disadvantaged families, a statement released by the foundation said.
Paul Liao, chairman of leading shopping mall operator Breeze Group, was born in Keelung and say the city holds special meaning for him.
Since 2015, the Breeze Charity Foundation has been backing the World Peace Organization’s program to save hungry children by “adopting” 100 school children in Keelung and providing them with breakfast money.
Breeze Charity Foundation had expanded the program to provide for 168 disadvantaged Keelung school children and indigenous children living in rural communities in Hsinchu for a year. [FULL STORY]