As the world faces the pandemic crisis in the year 2020, hardships and living challenges faced by everyone is a struggling concern, more prevalent for social welfare organizations. In view of this situation, Pantasniaga Sdn Bhd under the leadership of Mr. YT Lee, initiated the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility program.
For a start, the company have identified 3 beneficiaries:
Pertubuhan Pusat Kebajikan Destiny is a caring center for refugee children and parents of the children, its principal Ms. Irene Dawson is a dedicated woman and has been running the center for the past 5-6 years. The center function around 3 core activities; providing education, healthy lifestyle and characters building. The center does not charge the parents for the services rendered and their existence is very much dependent on well-wishers and volunteers. When the children are left in their care during the daytime, the center provides education, food, and health care to children as well as parenting counselling.
With our first contribution of RM11,400, we undertook the repairs and upkeeping cost of the center.
Presentation of 50 RT-PCR tests
Presentation of 50 RT-PCR tests
Women’s Aid Organization was set-up during the mid-eighties, their missions are to curb domestics violence against women and children, rape, and other form of violence. They provide shelter, refuge, hotline services, counseling and survivors empowerment through skills enhancement and education to the mother and children. Currently, the organization is led by a dynamic lady, Ms. Joanne Melissa Wong, her dedications to the smooth operation of the center is highly commendable.
The current pandemic crisis had made their operation highly challenging, with the need to purchase PPE and sending their beneficiaries to have a RT-PCR Covid-19 test before accepting them into the shelter.
Pantasniaga Sdn Bhd being in the health care business, undertook the responsibility to provide WAO with 50 RT-PCR tests with the collaboration of Neogenix Laboratoire Sdn Bhd, as well as giving them 150 pieces of face shields. https://www.facebook.com/219297391484888/posts/3730003293747596/?substory_index=0&sfnsn=mo a word thanks from WAO.
The company will make a continuous effort to see that this CSR program will goes on smoothly. With good faith, we pray that this crisis will be over, and everyone be able to carry on with their normal life again.
Yayasan Sunbeams Home was founded in the mid-nineties by Pastor Alvin Tan and his wife Pastor Lucy, the home’s missions are to provide a safe shelter for abandoned and abused children. Both dedicated their life to see to the smooth operation of the home, as of today the home houses more than 100 children with age ranging from a few months old to adulthood. Running the home is a constant uphill task, with monthly expenses of close to two hundred-thousand-ringgit Malaysia. The shelter does not only provide food and lodging to the children, but they also provide education and medical care as well, all the way to their adulthood.
In view of these challenges faced, our company decided to make an initial contribution to cover their one month’s utilities which amounting to RM18,000.
The company will make a continuous effort to see that this CSR program will goes on smoothly. With good faith, we pray that this crisis will be over soon, and everyone be able to carry on with their normal life again.