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WE ALL know about recycling but it is still a relatively underadopted concept in Malaysia compared to countries like the United States and Japan.
In the developed countries, recycling has become a lifestyle.
For Tokio Marine, highlighting the importance of recycling and motivating communities to join in the conservation efforts are part of its socially responsible actions.
With that focus in mind, the company recently organised a clothes-and-book donation campaign as part of its corporate social responsibility activity for 2012.
House of Joy, a charitable home for underprivileged children in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong, got 12 boxes of donated items recently.
“As House Of Joy depends largely on public donations and contributions for its operations, the company also contributed RM10,000 to help the home meet operation needs and ease financial constraints,” said Tokio Marine Insurans (M) Bhd CEO Dr Michael Heng.
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