SEDA Malaysia menyalurkan bantuan kepada mangsa-mangsa banjir sekitar Putrajaya melalui sumbangan beg sekolah dan alat tulis kepada anak-anak Taman Lestari Mewah, Dengkil yang telah terkesan akibat banjir.
SEDA MALAYSIA’S CSR PROGRAMME
As SEDA strives to ensure that sustainable energy plays a pivotal role in the nation’s economic development and environment conservation, supporting the common social good has become just as important a goal as delivering SEDA’s values.
To break the active chain of COVID-19, then-Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has announced the Movement Control Order (MCO), which took effect from 18th March 2020 to 31st March 2020, and then has extended the Order to 12th May 2020. With that in view, SEDA Malaysia has activated its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives to support Malaysians combating the COVID-19 pandemic and those whose livelihoods are affected by the current situation and the MCO. For this CSR initiative, SEDA Malaysia decides to support the medical frontliners and the less fortunate communities in the Federal Territories of Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur, Melaka, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan. Out of the five states, the recipients for SEDA Malaysia’s CSR initiative have been divided into two categories, namely hospitals and the less fortunate communities. The form of support under the CSR initiatives were to provide facial masks and lunch packs to the health frontliners while essential food items to the less fortunate communities.
SEDA Malaysia adopted two modus operandi to execute the CSR initiative while adhering to the MCO directive. In the case of lunch meals, the Authority has contributed the meals to the recipients. Similarly, SEDA Malaysia has contributed the essential foodstuff and face masks. The recipients of SEDA Malaysia’s support are Melaka General Hospital; Putrajaya Hospital; Pertubuhan Kebajikan dan Penjagaan Nur Hidayah; Sincere Care Home; and selected residents of Putra Nilai, Negeri Sembilan. The lunch packs were delivered to the Putrajaya Hospital on 15th April and 16th April 2020; and the face masks were delivered to Melaka General Hospital on 17th April 2020. By 28th April 2020, all items were handed out to all the recipients.
The SEDA Malaysia’s gesture is to remind Malaysians that “we are together in the fight against COVID-19 and we should extend whatever support we can to those in need.
Rumah Amal Limpahan Kasih- a collaboration between SEDA, Kelab Alam KeTSA and Malakoff
SEDA Malaysia and Kelab ALAM KeTSA collaborated with Malakoff Corporation Berhad to share our love with Rumah Amal Limpahan Kasih, Puchong, during a Majlis Berbuka Puasa, yesterday.
The donation was presented by Kelab ALAM President Datuk Mohd Haniff Bin Hassan, Malakoff Corporation Berhad Senior Manager in Corporate Affairs & Stakeholder Management Yuha Ismail, and SEDA Malaysia Senior Assistant Director Syeikh Mohd Iqbal during the event.
Projek Bakul Makanan & Cash Handouts to those impacted due to COVID-19
SEDA’s Projek Bakul Makanan & Cash Handouts aims for SEDA’s staff to help families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic that hit the country. 300 boxes have been allocated under the “Bakul Makanan” consists of basic necessities goods and 50 allocations under the Cash Handouts for the purchase of children milk and diapers.
This project is still ongoing and will be continued to help the local community in-need.