Company’s charity run benefits hearing impaired


  • Metro News
  • Thursday, 29 Aug 2019

More than 3,500 people took part in the Atomy Run at Maeps, Serdang.

Atomy Malaysia Sdn Bhd held a charity run to benefit the hearing impaired community.

The Atomy Run run covered a distance of 5km within the vicinity of Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (Maeps).

There were more than 3,500 participants and exciting activities, including food trucks, inflatable castles, clowns and lucky draw sessions.

The company also donated RM120,000 to Pusat Majudiri Y for the Deaf and Malaysian Deaf Sports Association.

Giving back to society is one of the core foundations of Atomy Global.

Atomy Malaysia country manager Sewon Kim said, “Atomy Malaysia aspires to establish a school for the deaf in 10 years’ time as a platform for them to explore their talents and potential.”

“We believe everyone has a part to play in making the world a better place and this is our small part.”

Atomy is a fast-moving consumer goods company offering health, beauty, personal care, home and living as well as food products.

Atomy also runs an online mall where consumers can purchase their daily household necessities.

Atomy was founded in 2009 in South Korea and has since expanded to more than 10 countries worldwide.

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