Chief Minister Of Selangor, Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari Receives Donation Of 30,000 Pieces Of Face Masks From Mah Sing Group & Mah Sing Foundation
Kuala Lumpur, 2020 – Chief Minister of Selangor, Yang Amat Berhormat (YAB) Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari today received the donation of 30,000 pieces of face masks from Mah Sing Group Berhad (Mah Sing), together with its corporate responsibility arm, Mah Sing Foundation (MSF).
The face masks will be distributed to the front liners and the people of the Selangor state in efforts to the limit the spread and impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Mah Sing’s Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Ho Hon Sang presented the donation to Chief Minister of Selangor, YAB Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari at presentation ceremony held at the Chief Minister of Selangor’s office in Shah Alam today.
“The outbreak of the Covid-19 is an unprecedented event, which has deeply affected us all. We applaud the government’s proactive measures in keeping the Rakyat safe and we recognise the importance of active collaborations between the private sector and the government in support of the war against this pandemic. There are many states in Malaysia that are deeply affected by the Covid-19 outbreak, including Selangor – especially our front liners that are working tirelessly to keep us safe. Playing our part as a responsible corporate citizen, we hope that our contribution of 30,000 pieces of facemasks to the Selangor state will aid to keep our front liners and the people safe. We will continue to do our part in supporting the government’s on-going efforts in addressing this pandemic and we hope for more participation from the private sector to help us weather through this storm together,” said Mah Sing’s Founder and Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Leong Hoy Kum.
Mah Sing is committed to continue to play an active role towards addressing the Covid-19 outbreak. Recently, the Group and MSF has pledged 20 units of heavy duty critical-care ventilators worth RM3.9million to the National Disaster Management Agency. In addition, Mah Sing and MSF also donated RM50,000 to the Tabung Bencana Negeri Johor for the purchase of protective equipment for the healthcare front liners in response to the shortage of medical equipment particularly in states out of the Klang Valley. Earlier in the year, Mah Sing Foundation had also contributed RM100,000 worth of medical supplies to medical institutions in the city of Wuhan located in China’s Hubei Province, which was the epicentre of the pandemic. This was in collaboration with Malaysian relief organisation #OpsHarapan, which had direct access to hospitals there.
Founded in 2005, MSF strives to make lasting changes in the lives of the underserved community with key focus in Malaysia by forging sustainable strategic collaborations with various stakeholders to make this change a reality. In 2019 alone, MSF has supported over 40 schools and NGOs, whilst impacting over 23,000 individuals.
Mah Sing has over 50 projects in Greater Kuala Lumpur, Klang Valley, Penang, Johor, and Sabah and is one of Malaysia’s fully integrated developers with residential, commercial, hospitality and industrial developments. The Group is best known for crafting homes and finding innovative ways to deliver products and services that are of high quality and excellence.
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