Wisers Information Limited (“Wisers” or “the Company”), the leading news and information service provider in Hong Kong and the Greater China region, has been awarded the “Caring Company Logo” by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service for its social contributions to the society for 3 consecutive years.

The Caring Company scheme encourages businesses to show social responsibility and work with the social welfare sector to build a caring society.

Wisers has made every effort of a corporate citizen by contributing the utmost to the community through encouragement and support for its employees to engage in charity activities over the years. In 2011, the Company joined the “Dress Casual Day 2011” and the “Love Teeth Day 2011” organized by The Community Chest. In “Dress Causal Day 2011”, the staff dressed in jeans and helped raise funds for The Community Chest’s social welfare agencies. And during the “Love Teeth Day 2011”, Wisers staff not only showed their generous support for enhancing “Oral Health Services for the Needy” service provided by the Chest’s member social welfare agencies, but also reminded their families and friends to love and take care of the teeth.

Moreover, Wisers’s volunteer team visited the elderly’s home under Hong Kong Association of Senior Citizen and the Precious Blood Children’s Village in Fanling in 2011. The team played games with the elderly and children and shared the love with them.

Other than social welfare and charity activities, Wisers is also dedicated to environmental protection. By offering electronic information solutions, it helps corporations, academics and government organizations to save papers.

The award also accredited Wisers’s efforts to provide a friendly and caring environment for employees. It not only demonstrates both Wisers’s commitment to the Hong Kong community, but also represents the social recognition of the Company in nurturing a harmonious community.

Wisers receives the Award at the Caring Company NGO Partnership Day 2011/12.

Wisers’ volunteer team and the children in Precious Blood Children’s Village enjoyed a warm holiday.