KUALA LUMPUR, September 1, 2021 – A burst of inspiration can make all the difference, and Edaran Tan Chong Motor Sdn Bhd (ETCM) employees lead the charge. Apart from giving out donations traditionally as part of our corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts, ETCM is increasingly taking an active approach to enhance public wellbeing by providing opportunities for employees to be directly engaged with these efforts.
In our shared fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, ETCM employees recently contributed RM5,000 to two local charitable organizations namely Koperasi Yaqin (KOYAQIN) and Persatuan Penduduk Blok A (PERSADA), in support of their efforts to provide food security for individuals and families living in Rawang who faced sudden hardship due to the crisis.
Additionally, ETCM supplemented the employees’ efforts by loaning two units of Nissan Navara pick-up trucks as transportation support for the charitable organizations and ETCM employees for distribution of supplies.
“I’m glad that the company provides this platform for us to do something meaningful for those in need. We believe that every bit counts and we hope that this contribution can help make a difference to them. The initiative will not stop here as we strive to make a positive impact on the lives of more people living in other areas,” said Mr Ridwan Hanif bin Zainal, employee representative of ETCM.
Sales and Marketing Director, Mr Christopher Tan added, “It is very heartwarming to see colleagues coming together to support the community in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. I would like to thank everyone for their effort, and the Company is committed to support future initiatives of such”.
As a caring community member, Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad (TCMH) always inspires and encourages employees to join hands in building a better society. TCMH previously contributed food aid to more than 500 families living in 6 People’s Housing Project (PPR) flats in the Klang Valley under its philanthropic initiative to support COVID-19 relief efforts since the movement control order (MCO) was first imposed in March 2020. TCMH also launched its ‘TC COVID-19 Vaccination Programme’ to ensure its employees and family members get vaccinated, in supporting the nation’s goals of achieving herd immunity and facilitating economic recovery.
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