Healthcare chain gifts elderly folk goodies for lunar new year

Loo (standing, second from left) receiving the Chinese New Year gifts from Watsons’ representatives.

WATSONS Malaysia donated essential products and health gifts to Victory Elderly Home in Puchong, Selangor for Chinese New Year.

The donation drive was to inculcate the spirit of volunteering and contributing towards a good cause.

Victory Elderly Home, which has 65 residents, received health products and gifts from Watsons Brand, Naturals by Watsons, Brands, NH Detoxlim, Kinohimitsu, Aspen and Suu Balm.

A representative Loo Choon Teong received the donated goods.

Through this initiative, Watsons hopes to instil positive values to care for the well-being and health of the elders.

Watsons Malaysia managing director Caryn Loh said Watsons was committed to bringing a healthy lifestyle to the community.

“We want to give back and remind everyone that even during this difficult time, health and well-being are very important, especially for the elderly community as they are among the most vulnerable groups in combating the pandemic.

“We hope to bring them love and happiness during this Chinese New Year season, ” she said.

Watsons has been a destination for its customers and members to shop health-related products such as nutrition, supplements and vitamins to build the immune system and well-being.

With its variety of quality health products, Watsons together with pharmacists, at leading stores around the country, plays a role in reminding the public on health and hygiene.

Loh said Watsons would continue to be an industry player to educate, raise awareness and provide essential goods to the public as the country battles the pandemic.

Watsons also launched it’s Watsons Health 45+ programme for its members aged 45 and above.

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