#Star50: A look at Star Media Group's social initiatives as it celebrates its 50th anniversary this year


Hospital Sungai Buloh director Dr Kuldip Kaur (second from left), with other hospital representatives, receiving patient transport trollies and ultrasound machines donated by Star Media Group's (SMG) Frontliners Initiative. Photos: Filepic

From helping the underprivileged, to promoting unity and awarding scholarships, Star Media Group (SMG) has always believed in lending a helping hand to the needy and contributing to nation-building.

Staying true to its tagline, The People’s Paper, it has always been quick to take action in times of crisis, raising funds for disasters such as the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami and the 2014 northeastern floods in Malaysia, to name a few.

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