MAGGI has supported 11 elderly care homes across Malaysia as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme this Chinese New Year. The company will initiate the ‘Sajian Dikongsi, Kebahagiaan Dirai’ campaign in January and February.
Geetha Balakrishna, Business Executive Officer of MAGGI, Nestlé (Malaysia) Berhad, said through the CSR campaign, the company aims to channel funds to upgrade facilities in elderly care homes and improve their overall welfare.
Among the beneficiaries of the campaign are;
· En Yuan Old Folks Home.
· Rumah Kebajikan Orang-orang Tua Seri Permai.
· Perkampungan Rumah Sejahtera Warga Emas Islam.
· Pusat Jagaan Insan Emas Nur Hidayah.
· Persatuan Rumah Caring Kajang.
“A common issue En Yuan Old Folks Home is facing throughout the Covid-19 outbreak is the residents have felt isolated and lonely. The home is grateful because companies such as MAGGI paid attention to the needs of this segment of society, who are often overlooked,” Stanley Yap, Home Secretary of the En Yuan Old Folks Home commented.
“Since the outbreak, there has been a decline in funds and donations for the home. Through MAGGI’s campaign, facilities and the medical needs for the residents can be achieved,” Mohammad Fauzi Ramli, Manager for Rumah Kebajikan Orang-Orang Tua Seri Permai added.
The ‘Sajian Dikongsi, Kebahagiaan Dirai’ campaign by MAGGI will run until February 28, with a total of RM350,000 in prizes.
Malaysians will be eligible to participate in the contest, where RM0.10 contribution will then be donated to the Senior Home Welfare fund for every contest entry submitted. Malaysians can submit contest entries via WhatsApp or mail when customers purchase any MAGGI products.
For more information readers can visit MAGGI’s official website at www.maggi.my/ms/aktiviti-maggi/sajian-dikongsi-kebahagiaan-dirai-2021/