Mitrajaya contributed as a Gold Sponsor for the National Skin Day 2017 Costume Charity Walk. The event was successfully held at the beautiful Setia City Park, Setia Alam. The event is meant to educate the public on the importance of looking after their skin and to inform the youths about getting their acne treated early by dermatologist before the development of unwanted scars. Almost 1000 people attended the program, many came with their superhero t-shirts or capes and some had specially made costumes of movie characters. This event was organised by the Malaysian Dermatological Society (Persatuan Dermatologi Malaysia) in conjunction with Ichthyosis Awareness Month, Putra Medical Club (PMC) and Medical Student Association (MESTA), two medical student bodies in Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) and Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM).
Mitrajaya Charity Run 2017
Great news for those who loves running and who wants to contribute to the society! Mitrajaya Charity Run 2017 is going to be held at Taman Wetland, Precinct 13, Putrajaya on 8th October 2017 by Pembinaan Mitrajaya Sdn Bhd. The run starts from 6.30a.m.
This run aims to raise funds for 5 non-profit NGOs, which includes NKF (National Kidney Foundation), Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation, Malaysian Nature Society,St. John Ambulans Malaysia (Kawasan Selangor Selatan), and Persatuan Dialisis Kurnia (PDK) Petaling Jaya, Selangor whilst creating awareness of the underprivileged people.
The Mitrajaya Charity Run 2017 is divided into three (3) categories – Open Category 10KM, Fun Run 5KM and Veteran Category 5KM. The entry fee will be RM50 per person for both Fun Run 5KM and Veteran Category 5KM while RM55 for Open Category 10KM per person. It is also worth mentioning that there are exciting prices to be won in the lucky draw. Do not miss this opportunity!
If you are interested to join the run, please register via this link www.mitrajaya.com.my/mitrajaya-run by 7th August 2017.
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Corporate Social Responsibility
As a corporate citizen, Mitrajaya is committed to uphold its Corporate Social Responsibility. Over the years, we have been continuously making contributions and sponsorships to various charitable and social organisation events.
Through the auspices of our Sports Club, Mitrajaya has engaged civil society in a number of tangible ways - visits to orphanages, homes for the elderly and disabled.
The Sports Club also promotes the culture of 'Work Smart, Play Hard' amongst for our staff by organising sport activities, excursion trips and family day carnivals amongst others. The Club remains a good conduit to enhance the well-being of our employees and fostering a strong team spirit.
Conquering the Peak
After a 2 year hiatus, the expedition to Mount Kinabalu, Sabah is back again! Mitrajaya SRC organised the long awaited Mount Kinabalu expedition on April 2017, with the total number of 18 participants from different age groups and ranks. This hike was an opportunity for the hiking enthusiasts and beginners alike to push their limits and also to condition their bodies. A big shout-out to those who completed the hike and kudos to those who conquered the 4095m peak.
Mitrajaya Celebrates CNY
In conjunction with the "Chinese New Year – The Year of Rooster" celebrations, all staff were invited for a luncheon held at Mitrajaya's Headquaters. The Group Managing Director, Mr. Tan Eng Piow officiated the event. A lion dance troupe was engaged to visit all the departments to bring good luck and fortune. The staff also enjoyed the energetic lion dance performance held at the main entrance of the office. The event continued by a special gift presentation from the staff to the Group Managing Director, Mr. Tan Eng Piow for leading the Company to be recognised as one of the Forbes Asia's 'Best Under a Billion' in 2016 and to be selected as one of the best CEOs in 2016 by Focus Malaysia. Certificate of Competency were also presented to 22 employees who passed the First Aid examinations held late last year. The mangament also took the opportunity to celebrate the birthdays of employees born in the month of February with a cake cutting ceremony.
The Sports & Recreational Club organised a Night Karting race where employees had a chance to show off their racing skills. The event was held at the Speedway Plus Circuit, USJ.
Mitrajaya Shows Support for Welfare Shelter
Mitrajaya contributed a cash donation, hampers, ang pow distribution to the residents and electrical items to Persatuan Kebajikan Ci Hang-Chempaka, Selangor. Apart from housing abandoned old folks, the shelter also provides free physiotherapy and stroke rehabilitation treatments to poor and deserving patients, as well as providing free tuition lessons to poor students thus to raise their level of education and self-development for a better future. Mr Kong Yee Teck, Senior Group HR & Admin Manager was present to handover the donations to the shelter.
Mitrajaya Spreads CNY Cheer
In conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebrations, Mitrajaya paid a visit to Tong Sim Senior Citizen Care Centre at Salak Selatan. This centre provides housing and care for senior citizens who have been abandoned by their families. The centre currently consists of 70 elderly folks and 4 caretakers. The event kicked off with a performance by local singer, followed by a sing-along session where all chimed in cheerfully to classic Chinese New Year Songs. The residents had a wonderful time as they were treated to a dinner, entertainment and hampers.
Mitrajaya Brings Joy to Rumah Charis
To kick start the Year of Rooster, Mitrajaya organised its 1st CSR event of the year to pay a visit to the Rumah Charis. Currently, they have two homes serving 45 children and 25 old folks. Around 20 Mitrajaya employees joined this visit and had dinner together with the residents there. There was also a clown to present a magic show and balloon sculptures to the children and old folks. At the end of the visit, a cash donation, hampers, daily necessities, mandarins, as well as handing out of ang pows were presented to the residents of the home.