All enterprises grow from society and should give back to it. This is our conception of how the world should run. Deli, its employees, and partners keep on giving back, trying to bring more hope to people.
Starting in 1998, China has practiced blood donation programs to satisfy medical blood needs in all hospitals. As a social model, Deli gets into it early and organizes willing staff to donate blood to hospitals every year. In 2018, the blood bank was running tight in a local hospital in a terrible car accident. Just after the news reached Deli employees, the company immediately reacted, forming a temporary donation volunteers group within a few hours. We gave more than 100,000 milliliters of blood just in 2 hours. Luckily this donation volume was enough for this accident and has been used for further cases.
It is comparably easier to find a blood type match from donation than the spinal cord. The matching rate of blood marrow from un-relatives is up to 1 per 5,000. The terrible cancer like leukemia attacks youngsters, and the stem cell donation is their living hope. In 2019, one Deli employee’s family was diagnosed with leukemia, he talked about how difficult to get a matching blood marrow, and Deli colleagues were surprised the donation was so urgently needed and decided to offer help. Deli labor union drove a proposal of blood marrow donation and hundreds of volunteers arrived to do the matching test. Luckily, we found the one. After that event, the “Hematopoietic Stem Cell Donation” became a new part of annual donation activities in Deli, and we were blessed to have 10 Deli employees registered as China Marrow Donor Program in 2019, endowing more hopes of leukemia patients with a new life.
As many companies did, Deli is always grateful to our consumers, partners, and society. We’ll insist on giving materials, funds, and positive energy, contributing to making a better world. Deli has set up more than 10 social care and support funds, such as “the Deli Charity Fund”, “Police Donation Fund”, “Women and Children Care Fund”, “And Volunteer Association Care and Help Fund”, and has been engaging in providing support to the most deprived families, assistance for the elderly and orphans, assistance for doctors and the disabled, blood donations, earthquake disaster care, and we aim to do more, not only in China. Deli’s public welfare efforts are also in tandem with many large international events, such as donating to the G20 Hangzhou Summit, as we deeply believe in a world without borders, being the home of all human beings.