LG is helping replace damaged household appliances and electronics products in 150 homes impacted by the NSW floods, as part of a support initiative with radio station Kiis FM.
The $200,000 in support packages will include refrigerators, washing machines and microwaves.
“Responding to natural disasters requires the cooperation of communities, governments and companies such as ours,” LG Electronics marketing director, Gemma Lemieux said. “I am pleased we have been able to partner with Kiis FM to make a meaningful contribution to these families.”
Three families have already received their packages which included products from LG’s home appliances, home entertainment, computer and air conditioning categories.
Areas hardest hit by the floods were in the NSW mid-north coast towns of Port Macquarie, Kempsey, Laurieton and Taree, and west of Sydney around Penrith and in the Hawkesbury-Nepean valley.
LG also announced it would relaunch its Local Legends program in 2021, which rewards and celebrates people, charity groups and community organisations throughout Australia that go above and beyond to make everyone’s life a little better.
Last year the program supported more than 30 families, with 24 LG Local Legends coming from a range of worthy causes. The program is set to recommence in May.
To learn more about the program visit: https://www.lg.com/au/LGlocallegends/legends
To learn more about the relief package program visit: www.kiis1065.com.au/