Hyundai Motors gears up for its popular CSR program called "Searching Three Leaf Clover" -- an annual ritual to help fulfill the wishes of those children whose parents passed away from automobile accidents
Seoul, KOREA ¶ Jun 12, 2012 (Whowired) -- Hyundai Motor Company has begun a charity program "2012 Finding Three-leaf Clover" campaign that fulfills the wishes of those children whose parents passed away from automobile accidents. The company on June 11 announced that it would kick-start the 8th year program and receive applications.
After a three-stage deliberation on the application, Hyundai Motor will select a total of 250 children as finalists. In addition to fulfilling the wishes, the company will host a three-day summer camp in August for them while organizing several events including a trip to Hyundai's Namyang Research Center.
Afterward, the company will arrange one-to-one relationships between the children and volunteer mothers working in the same area for children's traffic safety. A Hyundai Motor official said, "We have been implementing this program as part of our commitment to safe driving. We hope to satisfy as many dreams of the children as possible. We will keep coming up with many other programs to make them happy."
For further information and application, visit Hyundai Motor's corporate social responsibility website (http://csr.hyundai.com). The announcement on the finalists will be made before the end of July.
Sean Chung (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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