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CESL Asia held Charity Football Tournament to raise funds for Macau Special Olympics

Macao, 7 May 2016 - CESL Asia held its CESL Asia and Friends Invitational Charity Football Tournament at Mini-Soccer Pitch of University of Macau. The philanthropic sport event was held for the third consecutive year and this year succeeded in raising a total of MOP50,000 for Macau Special Olympics to support the organization’s activities and advance their social charter. Through this event, CESL Asia furthers their commitment of association with likeminded clients and cooperation partners to jointly promote for higher social acceptance of individuals with intellectual disabilities, to promote an inclusive society and while arising public interest in such undertakings.

CESL Asia invited football teams from Administration of Airports Ltd, Banco Nacional Ultramarino, Be-1, Consulate General of Portugal in Macau & Hong Kong and the Macau Institution of Engineers to participate in this meaningful event. Banco Comercial de Macau, Macau Coca-Cola Beverage Co. Ltd. and Milton Exhibits & Engineering (Macau) Ltd. also provided generous support to make this charitable event more successful.

After several rounds of keen competition, the championship went to CESL Asia Team. The tournament finally came to a successful end with a check presentation by Mr. António Trindade, the President & CEO of CESL Asia, to Mr. Hetzer Siu, the CEO of the Macau Special Olympics.

With its Social Investment fund, CESL Asia is devoted to organizing and participating in activities to promote social development and assist the disadvantaged in the community, and at the same time provides its staff with opportunities to enrich their experience of developing closer ties with business associates, families and our community while developing a company leadership that is mindful of high business performance with high integrity.

Macau Special Olympics, a non-profit organization, is active in providing social integration and inclusion by providing sport trainings and competitions, vocational rehabilitation services and social assistance to people with intellectual disabilities and with special education needs.