Mitrajaya contributed a cash donation, hampers, ang pow distribution to the residents and electrical items to Persatuan Kebajikan Ci Hang-Chempaka, Selangor. Apart from housing abandoned old folks, the shelter also provides free physiotherapy and stroke rehabilitation treatments to poor and deserving patients, as well as providing free tuition lessons to poor students thus to raise their level of education and self-development for a better future. Mr Kong Yee Teck, Senior Group HR & Admin Manager was present to handover the donations to the shelter.
Corporate Social Responsibility
As a corporate citizen, Mitrajaya is committed to uphold its Corporate Social Responsibility. Over the years, we have been continuously making contributions and sponsorships to various charitable and social organisation events.
Through the auspices of our Sports Club, Mitrajaya has engaged civil society in a number of tangible ways - visits to orphanages, homes for the elderly and disabled.
The Sports Club also promotes the culture of 'Work Smart, Play Hard' amongst for our staff by organising sport activities, excursion trips and family day carnivals amongst others. The Club remains a good conduit to enhance the well-being of our employees and fostering a strong team spirit.
Mitrajaya Spreads CNY Cheer
In conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations, Mitrajaya paid a visit to Tong Sim Senior Citizen Care Centre at Salak Selatan. This centre provides housing and care for senior citizens who have been abandoned by their families. The centre currently consists of 70 elderly folks and 4 caretakers. The event kicked off with a performance by local singer, followed by a sing-along session where all chimed in cheerfully to classic Chinese New Year Songs. The residents had a wonderful time as they were treated to a dinner, entertainment, ang pows and hampers.
Mitrajaya Brings Joy to Rumah Charis
To kick start the Year of Rooster, Mitrajaya organised its 1st CSR event of the year to pay a visit to the Rumah Charis. Currently, they have two homes serving 45 children and 25 old folks. Around 20 Mitrajaya employees joined this visit and had dinner together with the residents there. There was also a clown to present a magic show and balloon sculptures to the children and old folks. At the end of the visit, a cash donation, hampers, daily necessities, mandarins, as well as handing out of ang pows were presented to the residents of the home.