Hong Kong and Philippine Companies Have a Big Hearts for Animals

Posted on by Ashley Fruno

PETA's new office

PETA's new office. Credit: Erving Go.

Hong Kong company Vector Data Recovery (HK) Co., Ltd., recently proved that its heart is as big as its reputation by generously donating its services to fix a damaged hard drive and retrieve data that was stored there—data that is crucial to our work. Anyone with a computer knows that there is nothing scarier than a hard-drive crash, which is why we’re so grateful for the support of this kind company.

Vector Data Recovery is just one of the many companies that have stepped up to make PETA’s work possible. When we renovated our campaigns office in Manila recently, companies like Shell Philippines, Hanabishi, Bhagis International Corporation, Wilcon Builders’ Depot, and Sika Philippines, Inc., donated the materials to help us create a professional and functional workspace.

As a nongovernmental organization, PETA relies on the generosity of companies and individuals to continue our lifesaving work. If you want to follow in the compassionate footsteps of these companies, simply make an urgently needed donation to help stop the abuse and suffering of all animals.

Posted by Rebecca Chui