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While some of us are “bored out of our minds” being stuck at home during this Movement Control Order (MCO) period, some are struggling to put food on the table for their families Holding true to the saying charity begins at home, we stepped up to the plate to help our own colleagues weather through this storm. #kitajagakita
Sunway Group partnered with Friends to Mankind and MyPJ to built a community library to serve the community at Desa Mentari.
Sunway recently teamed up with Great Heart Charity Association to bring festive cheer to 222 urban poor families around Klang Valley from the B40 category.
Sunway aims to reach out to 65,000, B40 beneficiaries in 2020.. Sunway’s ‘Back-to-School’ programme provides underprivileged students the right tools to attend school.
To fulfil its belief that everyone can do well by doing good, one corporation sets out to give back to the community through corporate social responsibility (CSR). Sunway Group has been pouring its heart and energy into three pillars – education, healthcare and community enrichment.
To some, the greatest gift they may receive this festive season is food on their tables, or dignity in times of crisis.. There are many ways to give back to society. It may not always be about money, sometimes, it means more just by giving our time and energy to help the less fortunate.
Deepavali, or some might call it Diwali, is celebrated for different reasons.. However, all of them symbolise the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, hope over despair..
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)..
The joint-initiative aligns with Sunway’s commitment towards the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of building sustainable cities and communities..
The subject of mental health is often swept under the rug due to social and cultural stigmas attached to the topic.