Rosewood Hotel Group Collaborates With VTC to Launch Global Internship Program
Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation (the Foundation) is committed to promoting social sustainability and building inclusive communities.
As youth development and poverty alleviation are one of our priorities, the Foundation backed Rosewood Hotel Group (Rosewood) in launching Rosewood Empowers, a corporate social impact initiative featuring a series of collaborative programs focused on promoting youth development, caring for the under-resourced and disadvantaged, and creating value for the communities. Through collaboration, the Foundation and Rosewood make a lasting collective impact to benefiting the needed ones.
Mr. Peter Cheng, Chairman of Chow Tai Fook Charity Foundation joined Ms. Sonia Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of Rosewood Hotel Group, Mr. John Lee, Chief Executive-elect of Hong Kong S.A.R and Mr. Tony Tai, Chairman of VTC and other guests at the ceremony today.
For details, please refer to Rosewood’s press release.
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