21 SEPTEMBER, KUALA LUMPUR – Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the nation’s frontliners have been working tirelessly to curb the spread. Glomac continues to show its appreciation to these heroes by contributing food packs to the doctors, nurses and other health workers, as well as police personnel.
Glomac Chief Operating Officer (Operations), Encik Zulkifly Garib said Glomac recently pledged its support by making available more than 3,000 food packs consisting of energy bars and drinks, bread loaves and fruits.
The food packs were delivered to 14 locations of hospitals and district police headquarters (IPD). Glomac started with Hospital Putrajaya on 29 July 2021 and more were distributed in the following weeks to hospitals across the Klang Valley, Selangor and Johor. Amongst these are Hospital Sungai Buloh, Hospital Serdang, National Cancer Institute, Assunta Hospital, Hospital Temenggong Seri Maharaja Tun Ibrahim, University of Malaya Medical Centre, Hospital Kota Tinggi, Hospital UiTM as well as to
IPDs in Sungai Buloh, Shah Alam, Kulai and Brickfields.
“We hope this small but meaningful gesture will go a long way towards encouraging our frontliners to persevere in their dedication. To all others, do our part in helping to stop the spread of t his pandemic by staying at home, staying safe and complying to the set standard operating procedures (SOP) of the Movement Control Order (MCO) and National Recovery Plan (NRP),” he added.
Assisting others in need and showing support to the noble work of others have been part of Glomac’s continuous Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Recently Glomac contributed RM10,000 towards assisting some 8,200 needy households in the Layang-Layang district of Johor badly affected by the Covid-19 nationwide lockdown with basic food necessities.
As part of its CSR programme, Glomac continues to provide support and contributions to worthy causes and charity organisations, a recent one being to Rumah Aman Children’s home in April 2021.