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Lotte Welfare Foundation

Lotte Welfare Foundation
Company overview
  • Company name
    Lotte Welfare Foundation
  • Executive Director
    Shin, Young-ja
  • Date of
    August 29, 1994.
  • Major business
    Social welfare foundation
  • Address
    22F Lotte Bldg., 81, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea
  • Phone
About us

Warm-hearted people creating a new world The Lotte welfare foundation established in August1994 with the belief of Gyuk Ho Shin, general president of Lotte group that Lotte should design and develop business that support foreign workers in Korea who have rarely received industrial accident compensation. In other words, the foreign workers working in Korea should not experience of losing compensation for the damage.
Based on the purpose of the establishment, the Lotte welfare foundation focused on the business of supporting foreign workers who lose industrial accident compensation and providing free health clinic in the beginning year of the establishment. Since 1997, the Lotte welfare foundation has went through the second spring by promoting extensive welfare business such as Hansen’s medical business, the support for medical treatment, for poorly- fed children, and for North Korean defectors.
The sharing business of Lotte welfare foundation has consistently extended to diversified fields of supporting business for such as disabled people’s living facilities and occupational rehabilitation agencies, disabled people, dosshouses, single mothers, socially neglected class, and businesses for overseas relief.

Main Business

Disabilities rehabilitation facilities, support for orphans, tuberculosis patients, poorly-fed students, senior citizens, social welfare facilities, and foreign workers injured in industrial accidents