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In honouring the spirit of Ramadhan and spreading the Hari Raya cheer, Allianz Malaysia distributed Hari Raya goodies to the less fortunate community.  The initiative was also supported by the employees through donation of basic necessities.

Allianz Malaysia’s employees made trips to ten identified locations from 27 June 2016 - 1 July 2016, four of which were in Kelantan, one in Perak and the remaining five locations in the Klang Valley.

During these trips, goodies containing basic necessities like rice, sugar, cooking oil, soap and cleaning detergent were handed out to flood victims who are still suffering from the flood which occurred in 2014, as well as to orphans and poor families. In Kelantan, goodies were distributed to SK Tebing Tinggi and SK Sohor in Tanah Merah; SK Manek Urai Baru in Kuala Krai; and several areas in and around Gua Musang.

The goodies were also distributed to the underserved communities located in SMK Dato’ Seri Maharaja Lela, Kampung Gajah and Pulau Besar in Teluk Intan; and Kampung Kanchong Darat in Banting.

Additionally, Allianz Malaysia distributed the goodies to communities supported by Selangor Cheshire Home at Pemulihan Dalam Komuniti (PDK) in Rawang and Pusat Jagaan An-Najjah Malaysia in Ampang and Jalan Semarak, Kuala Lumpur as well as Yayasan Chow Kit, an organisation that serves as a 24-hour crisis and drop-in centre that provides meals, activities, therapy, case management, and educational programmes for at-risk children of Chow Kit.

“We hope that through our Raya goodies distribution initiative, the underserved communities will be able to celebrate Hari Raya with joy.  This initiative also provides an opportunity for our employees to give back to the society by providing help to the less fortunate.  We will continue with this initiative in the coming years with the aim to build a caring society,” said Ng Siew Gek, Head of Allianz4Good of Allianz Malaysia.

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