Mah Sing donates 30,000 face masks to Ministry of Home Affairs

Mah Sing Group Berhad continues its commitment to fight against the Covid-19 outbreak by donating 30,000 pieces of face masks to the Ministry of Home Affairs.

We understand that the Ministry is currently tightening our borders to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus from the outside borders. Our dedicated front liners and all those involved in essential services are also working tirelessly on a daily basis to keep us safe especially during the current MCO period. As a responsible corporate citizen, we echo the Ministry’s call for all Malaysians to stand together in the war against the Covid-19 outbreak especially when we are entering a crucial part of the MCO phase,” said founder and group managing director, Leong Hoy Ku,

The donation to the Ministry of Home Affairs comes after a series of donations made by the property developer which included a pledge of 20 units of heavy duty critical-care ventilators worth RM 3.9 million for NADMA. Part of the Group’s RM 4.175 million pledge in support of the fight against the pandemic , the Group has also donated 150,000 face masks to five government agencies.


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