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Exim Bank contributes to charity home
Last update: 15/10/2018

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 15 (Bernama) -- Export-Import Bank of Malaysia Bhd (EXIM Bank) contributed RM5,000 cash to Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Peribadi Mulia (PKIPM), a charity home, at Kampung Sungai Kantan, Kajang, on Saturday.

EXIM Bank, in a statement, said electronic products such as washing machine and kitchen appliances worth RM5,000, a home improvement contract cost worth RM15,000 such as for paint jobs and new mats for the comfort of the home’s occupants, and books for the home’s library were also given. 

The contribution, part of EXIM Bank’s corporate social responsibility community programme, was handed by its president and chief executive officer Norzilah Mohammed to PKIPM’s assistant administrator, Wajid Abdul Manan. 

A total of 34 volunteers comprising EXIM Bank’s staff and the home’s orphans carried out home enhancement ‘gotong royong’ (coordinated activity in a team) works on that day, such as installing closets and mats.

EXIM Bank’s deputy president of operations, Marazizi Omar, was also present at the ‘gotong royong’.

PKIPM was established on Dec 25, 2012 by Siti Salmiah Ismail, and there are currently 62 children from poor families at the home.  

Donations from corporate companies, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), charities and personal donations to cover monthly expenses make up the mainstay of PKIPM’s source of income.




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