Kia donates face shields to Public Health Agency of Canada
By Adnews Staff
Automaker Kia Canada has begun an initiative intended to support Canadian healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will donate 60,000 protective face shields to the Public Health Agency of Canada as part of its “Power To Give” initiative. They will then be distributed to healthcare workers nationally. The shields were produced at the Kia Motors America plant in Georgia.
“We are committed to giving back to the communities that we’re so proud to call home, and we’re grateful to the Kia family that we’re able to provide support with these protective face shields,” said Elias El-Achhab, chief operating officer at Kia Canada. “We have proudly served Canadians for over 20 years, and we want to do our part to give back to our great nation. Canada has our heart, and we will continue to seek ways to meaningfully make a difference.”