Naza Group’s Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin foundation celebrates Ramadhan with 120 children


Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, the CSR foundation of Naza Group, celebrated Ramadhan with a sumptuos iftar yesterdat with over 120 children from the Pusat Jagaan Anak Yatim and Miskin Seri Kundang and Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Peribadi Mulia.

The yearly initiative by the conglomerate aims to give back to society during the Ramadhan period and make Ramadhan a more cheerful one for the underprivileged community.

The orphans also received over RM70,000 worth of new clothes, duit raya and monetary contribution to their homes to celebrate the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri.

“It has been Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin’s tradition to give our support to the underprivileged especially during the month of Ramadhan. The foundation was established in honour of our late father and hence it serves a purpose close to our hearts – to help those in need and contribute to the common good through charity and volunteerism,” said Naza Corporation Holdings Sdn Bhd, Group Executive Chairman & CEO, SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin,

Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin volunteers, comprising of senior management and staff of the Naza Group, also participated in the month-long Ramadhan CSR programme where they visited the less fortunate communities.

These initiatives include a visit to the Children’s Cancer Ward in Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL), the Pusat Jagaan Al-Fikrah, an old folks home in Kajang and a visit to the Masjid Hidayatul Muttaqin in Shah Alam to meet with asnaf families.

This Ramadhan, close to RM180,000 was contributed to charity by Naza Group. Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin was established in honour of the Group’s late founder Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin with a mission to provide aid to the underserved communities in Malaysia based on three key pillars namely education, community development and healthcare.

Over the years, Yayasan Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin has distributed zakat to schools, conducted education workshops for school children and donated various items such as school uniforms and bags, food items and vehicles to improve the livelihood of underprivileged communities.


Pan Eu Jin

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