• Macau Branch Attracting Robust Support

    17 July 2018

    Lighthouse Club-Macau is now in its 13th year of existence. The Annual General Meeting for 2017/2018 was held prior to the social gathering in March which was sponsored by Top Builder Group Limited and was attended by over 120 members and guests.

     The Lighthouse Club – Macau Benevolent Fund has since its establishment in 2006 provided over HK$ 1.8 million in benevolent support to family members resulting from 53 cases involving the death or serious injury to the family bread winner. These cases all arose from accidents on construction sites in Macau. Further information can be found on http://lighthouseclubmacau.com/benevolence/

     The Benevolent Fund is totally reliant upon funds raised at social events and the generosity of the Lighthouse Club members and guests. Particular thanks are extended to Min Da Construction & Engineering Co. Ltd who held their annual golf day at the Orient Golf Club in Henquin on 22nd April 2018 and for a 3rd consecutive year donated MOP 250,000 to Lighthouse Club-Macau.

    The social gathering for April 2018 was held on Wednesday 11th in Four Seasons – Bar Azul and was sponsored by Modern Concrete Drill Cut (Macau) Co., Ltd., this was followed on 27th April by the Lighthouse Club-Macau Annual Dinner in the Sheraton Feast Restaurant in Sands Cotai Central.  Entertainment at the Annual Diner this year included Can-Can dancers from Parisian-Macau  courtesy of Mr. Kamy Tabar of T Marble.

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