China-based Infinitus released its 2022 Corporate Social Responsibility Report on January 12, 2023.
This marks the 16th consecutive year that Infinitus has issued the report which outlines the company's socially responsible practices over the past one year with a focus on six key areas: health, quality, employees, partners, environment and community.
"In 2023, a year that marks the 31st anniversary of its founding, Infinitus, with its mission of advocating the excellence of Chinese wellness traditions, plans to continue fulfilling its corporate social responsibilities in response to the latest trends sweeping the healthcare industry. The aim is to enhance health and wellness for all while contributing to the world's sustainable development," said Sammy Lee, Chairman of Infinitus (China) Company Ltd. and LKK Health Products Group.
Infinitus further explores the value of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) culture while strengthening scientific research and innovation in the field of herbal health
In 2022, Infinitus organized the 4th 5.20 Infinitus Social Responsibility Day designed to raise public awareness around social responsibility by calling for individuals to extend their love to someone in the wider society. With 30 branches, the company has continued its efforts to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, fund the establishment of schools and provide volunteer services by participating in public service initiatives hand in hand with its partners and caring members from a wide range of sectors.
In November 2022, Infinitus contributed supplies collectively worth 4,839,800 yuan to the Guangzhou Charity Association in order to fully support Guangzhou in fighting the pandemic in tandem with donating medical equipment and supplies to frontline workers across China through its branches. In addition, since the outbreak, the healthcare solution provider has donated 16,276,200 yuan in anti-epidemic funds and supplies to multiple cities and provinces throughout the country, including Inner Mongolia, Jilin province, Shanghai and Wuhan.
As part of its program to help students of limited means gain access to higher vocational education, Infinitus' Si Li Ji Ren Foundation has created a public welfare model whereby the foundation funds the establishment of schools while assisting in the training of talented individuals through the provision of financial support to in-need students. As of December 2022, the foundation, as part of its Si Li Ji Ren Education Dream Support Program, funded the establishment of a 44-class curriculum throughout 30 Chinese provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions. The program had invested 26.845 million yuan to provide funding for 1,611 students, 1,256 of whom have since completed their studies.