Post-Flood Pilot Congregation Program with DYTM Tengku Puan Pahang

DEMC Specialist Hospital Shah Alam was also invited on 27th January 2015 to join the Post-Flood Pilot Congregation Program with DYTM Tengku Ampuan Pahang, which was held at Labu Sentrral, Jerantut. A total of 20 volunteers were involved in this program, consisted of the following:

Contribution and Donations for Flood Victims

DEMC Specialist Hospital Shah Alam committees has managed to collect a total of RM7881.85 donation from DEMC staff. Besides the cash money, this donation was also used to purchase school supplies for the flood victims at Kelantan.

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Back to School Program

Back to school program has successfully been held at Parkson, Setia City Mall on 6th December 2014. Other out-door activities have carried out at I-city Shah Alam for selected orphans and poor children. A total 20 volunteers from DEMC Specialist Hospital Shah Alam have been involved in the activities. This program aims to ensure adequate school supplies be given to the children in preparing them back to school and at the same time, sharing with them some fun and good times at I-city.

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Kampung Dato Dagang Health Day

DEMC Specialist Hospital Shah Alam CSR Committee was invited to assist in the Kampung Dato Dagang Health Program. This program was held on 16th November 2014 at the Kampung Dato Dagang Mosque, located at Kampung Jawa. Cik Siti Nurhayati Binti Ali, DEMC Specialist Hospital's dietician has delivered a health talk on the following topic:"Nutritions for patients with three types of diagnosis" In addition to health talks, we have also conducted free health screenings to residents.

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Visit to orphanage at Kampung Tok Dagang, Klang

On October and December 2014, the CSR Committees have managed to track and identify the needy and the the orphans. The objective of this program is to identify and to deliver continuous support and assistance to the needy ASNAF.

The ASNAF candidates have been introduced by the JKKP Kampung Tok Dagang and the Teacher, Student Affairs of Sekolah Tinggi Klang. A total of 28 orphans and needy were successfully identified. The committees were also managed to visit 7 families and two of them were single mothers.

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