In our endeavour to bring goodwill and joy to families in the B40 income-group, we offered food aid to B40 beneficiaries across Klang Valley, Perak and Johor via our #SunwayforGood Deepavali Cheer initiative.
Sunway City Kuala Lumpur earmarked US$60 million for a tantalising transformation of the flagship Sunway Resort. Featuring cutting-edge technology and sustainable features, the hotel is scheduled to reopen in phases from March 2021.
For many young working adults, purchasing a property may be daunting, especially in this period of economic...
Sunway Group launched its Raya Cheer 2019 programme ahead of Hari Raya, to reach out to more than 11,500 beneficiaries in the B40 (bottom 40%) income group across 13 locations in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Penang and Johor.. This year Sunway Group is the first corporation in Malaysia to sponsor the ATM Beras (automated rice teller machines)..
Zero waste is a goal to reduce what we need, to reuse or recycle what we can, and to compost what we cannot. Non-profit organisation Zero Waste Malaysia (ZWM) is taking initiatives to help educate the public and raise awareness about the zero waste lifestyle. Contrary to popular beliefs, zero waste lifestyle saves you money so it’s not unattainable and just for the rich.
Parking in Sunway City Kuala Lumpur will be made easier thanks to the rise of digitalisation.. Soon, it will be possible to enter and exit specific premises within the city without having to use a parking ticket..
Sunway Berhad, Sunway Construction and Sunway REIT retain a firm stake in the FTSE4Good Bursa Malaysia Index this year, demonstrating Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) best practices.
Sunway Medical Centre Velocity (SMCV) organised a Corporate Social Responsibility School programme, consisting of CPR-AED workshops and behavioural health talks specially tailored for youths and educators to educate them on how to save lives – both from a physical and mental aspect..
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is causing a lot of fear, anxiety and sadness in the world. Since January this year, thousands worldwide have died from the virus as it wreaks havoc on our healthcare systems, the economy and our social lives. But as humans retreat for safety, nature is beginning to flourish. Reports show that air pollution has decreased and animals are taking over our cities, finding silver linings in times of despair.
For most people, an entrepreneur’s success is defined by the firm’s bottom line or market capitalization. However, for Tan Sri Dr Jeffrey Cheah, AO, Founder and Chairman of Sunway Group, one of Malaysia’s top conglomerates, success is defined by his commitment to the two key issues he cares deeply about: sustainability and philanthropy.