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In line with our commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we have engendered the spirit of giving throughout Sunway to...
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.
According to the Social Security Organisation (Socso), nearly 90,000 employees lost their jobs this year. Klang Valley recorded the highest number of job losses (58%) followed by Penang (11%). In the spirit of #KitaJagaKita, Sunway continues to play our part in extending help to those in need by providing immediate food aid. Through Food for Thought campaign, Sunway distributed 4,050 packed meals to the urban poor in the Klang Valley during the CMCO period.
Alarming rise in food insecurity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted Sunway alongside its NGO partners, Development of Human Resources for Rural Areas Malaysia (DHRRA Malaysia), the Food Aid Foundation and The Lost Food Project to mount special efforts to help bring food to the table for those in need. Public may join hands to donate groceries and essential items via #SunwayforGood Food Bank available at participating Sunway malls nationwide.
Food security is achieved when people have access to various choices of affordable quality and nutritious food.
Celebrating inclusivity, Sunway extends its month-long #SunwayforGood Raya Cheer programme to bring about much needed cheer to homeless individuals, the B40 communities and frontline workers in acknowledgement of their tireless service in combating the COVID-19 pandemic. A total of 1,250 packed meals and 6,500 bubur lambuk have been distributed around Sunway City townships nationwide. The initiative is part of #SunwayforGood Raya Cheer programme aimed at reaching out to more than 9,000 beneficiaries nationwide this year.
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 recently teamed up with Great Heart Charity Association to bring festive cheer to 222 urban poor families around Klang Valley from the B40 category.
A brutal rainy season, made worse by climate change, has flooded and displaced many communities on the East Coast of Malaysia. How bad is Malaysia’s flood woes?
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.
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