The Ayam Brand Community Care Campaign has entered its 5th year of supporting underprivileged children, the elderly as well as the mentally and physically disabled through contributions of its wide range of healthy, convenient, no added preservative and no added MSG canned food products.
It is the objective of this campaign to support the underprivileged in a tangible, meaningful way by providing convenient, healthy and nutritious meals to local charitable organizations, with the hope of inculcating nutritious and balanced eating habits among its residents.
Via this Community Care CSR Campaign, a contribution of Ayam Brand’s products, sufficient for daily consumption over a period of two months has been donated to the underprivileged from 158 charitable organizations throughout East & West Malaysia and this has benefitted more than 9,000 residents from these homes since its inception in 2008.
Denis Group has celebrated its 150 years in the Singapore Old Parliament on the 21st March 2012. In Denis Group spirit, a festive event is completely successful only if it is also the time to share. Once again, Denis Group has decided to help children and has presented donations for two great organizations : Sok Sabay, Cambodia and The Straits Times School Pocket Money, Singapore.
In 2004, Times Magazine has distinguished Mrs. Marie Camal, founder and Chairman of Sok Sabay, as “heroes of our times” and “Children’s crusader”. Sok Sabay is a registered charity that cares for children in Cambodia. They have a residential shelter in Phnom Penh, for children who have been rescued from domestic violence, physical or mental abuse, slavery, starvation, abandonment, acute & chronic malnutrition. What makes a difference is that Sok Sabay offers the children a solid education with the opportunity to continue their studies in college and universities.
The Straits Times School Pocket Money started in 2000 as a community project initiated by The Straits Times that provides pocket money to children from low-‐income families to help them through school. The children can use this money for school-‐related expenses, such as buying a meal during recess, paying for their bus fares or using it to meet their other schooling needs. The financial help also eases the burden of the many parents, who are already struggling to feed their families on their meagre incomes. In its first 10 years, it raised more than $44 million and helped more than 85,000 cases. As it grew in size and helped more beneficiaries, it realized it had potential to do more beyond just giving pocket money. It was officially established as a Trust on Oct 20, 2010 with a Board of Trustees and was granted charity status on Nov 14, 2011 with Institution of A Public Character (IPC) status effective from Jan 1, 2012.
New Year is a good opportonity to start well by sharing with needed children. For the last three years, Denis Group sponsor Sok Sabay by editing a calendar. If you willing to participate and help us to raise money for these children, your organization can contact us to get calendars to sell and get funds for the children education.
Founded in 2007, the NGO Ti Rayons Soleil is devoted to help children living in poverty areas by providing them support in education, nutrition, heath care and even leisures. 227 areas have been listed by Mauritius gouvernment as extremely poor.
Since December 2010, SIRUD sponsor has enabled the NGO to develop actions with vulnerable children from the West Coast. Through tutoring and schooling, 35 children are supervised and monitored in an educational program and nutritional support. SIRUD covers most of the costs of the West Coast NGO program:
This program works 3 days a week, all year round.
It is a tradition for Denis Group’s annual director meeting, that all members of the board and directors from all over the world spend one day contributing to a charity organization. in october 2011, 30 directors and 40 young girls from the Singapore Girls brigade have participate to the program "Home Revitalize" by Citycare Limited. By team of 5, they have cleaned, repainted 10 flats of eldery or needy family and replaced old furniture.
FMOI (Doctors Association of Indian Ocean) is a group of doctors, surgeons, dentists and Nurses volunteering to bring medicine and health care to the poorest areas of Madagascar. During each mission, these volunteers are taking care of around 8000 people performing various tasks such as hygiene training, dental care or heavy surgery.
Soric (which is present in Madagascar through its company SICMA) is proud to be one of MOI sponsors.