Company contributes mattresses and essential items to flood-hit families


The 300 boxes of essential items donated by Cuckoo for distribution to flood-hit families in Pahang through the Al-Sultan Abdullah Foundation.

Cuckoo International (M) Sdn Bhd is reaching out to families in Pahang who are rebuilding their lives following the floods early this year.

The company, as part of its “Cuckoo Love, Care Project” community outreach programme, donated 100 refurbished mattresses and 300 boxes of essential items to the flood victims.

The contributions were made to the Al-Sultan Abdullah Foundation, a non-profit organisation set up by Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah and Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah.

The items were subsequently distributed to families in Lanchang, Bukit Tinggi, Kuantan and Indera Mahkota.

“As we #SamaSama help where possible, we hope that the items provided will ease the burden of flood victims while they rebuild their lives, ” Cuckoo International founder and chief executive officer Hoe Kian Choon said.

“This community outreach programme is also part of our commitment as a healthy home creator in shaping safer, healthier and happier homes for all Malaysians, ” he added.

The 100 refurbished mattresses were contributed by LSK Group Bhd and thoroughly cleaned by the Cuckoo Plus service team along with the WonderKlean Mattress cleaning service.

Meanwhile, the 300 boxes of essential items included Cuckoo thermal pots (kettles), rice, biscuits and other necessities.

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