Cindy Lee Makes a Philanthropic Impact by Donating $80,000 for Ventilators to Richmond Hospital Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund
The founder of T&T Supermarket, the largest Canadian-Asian grocery retailer, Cindy Lee is grateful to the community that has played a large part in her own personal achievements. Holding a deep rooted connection to the city of Richmond, Mrs. Lee has seen the impact COVID-19 has had in BC and around the world. Mrs. Lee knew she had to help and immediately connected with Richmond Hospital Foundation, donating $80,000 towards ventilators.
“I believe that human life is priceless. During this difficult time everyone should work together to contribute to their community in whatever way they can,” says Mrs. Lee. “From helping your neighbour to donating to the local hospital, we can overcome this crisis together.”
Mrs. Lee has demonstrated her philanthropic leadership personally and professionally. T&T Supermarket has been a leader in the business community, donating one million surgical masks which are being distributed to those most in need and supporting high quality, lifesaving care in the community.
“We are grateful for the generous $80,000 donation Mrs. Cindy Lee has committed towards ventilators in support of Richmond Hospital Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund,” says Natalie Meixner, President and CEO, Richmond Hospital Foundation. “Her donation will have a life changing impact and will inspire others in our community to come together and make a difference during this challenging time.”
From left to right: Cindy Lee, Founder, T&T Supermarket and Tina Lee, CEO, T&T Supermarket
Richmond Hospital Foundation
For over 30 years, Richmond Hospital Foundation has raised over $100 million to help fund vital medical equipment, improvements in patient care services and upgraded facilities. Our goal is to inspire joyful giving within our community to build a better and healthier future for Richmond.