Giving back half its profits to poor


ASSISS chairperson Sister Elizabeth Tan said over RM3mil have been allocated for its six components under ASSIS services.

ASSUNTA Hospital in Petaling Jaya is increasing its allocation to help underprivileged people in need of medical treatment.

The private hospital, through its Assunta Integrated Social Services (ASSISS) charity programme, will now donate 50% of its profits to the hardcore poor.

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