Developer wins award for Covid-19 CSR initiatives


LBS corporate communication, media and digital assistant general manager Amal Abdul Aziz with the award and plaque.

GOODNESS is the only investment that never fails and this was proven to be true for LBS Bina Group Berhad (LBS), which was awarded the Community CSR Award in iProperty Development Excellence Awards (iDEA) 2021.

The company played its part by contributing RM1mil to the National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) Covid-19 Fund and donating RM80,000 to the Selangor, Pahang and Perak Covid-19 Fund.

It also donated supplies and equipment to healthcare workers and frontliners at several locations in these states, including two portable air conditioners to be used in a transitory tent at Banting Hospital, where Covid-19 screenings are being conducted.

The company presented the Klang Health Office with 38 units of industrial standing fans to be used by its clinics and hospitals as well as four units to the state police headquarters.

Hospital Sungai Buloh received 600 sets of gloves and a high-top tent, while 2,000 sets of gloves and 1,000 bottles of mineral water were donated to the quarantine centre at the Judicial and Legal Training Institute in Bangi.

LBS Bina executive chairman Tan Sri Lim Hock San said the award would serve as continuous motivation for the company to strive harder to give back to society during these tough times.

He added that corporate social responsibility was of utmost importance to the company and so were other key values such as gratitude, respecting elders and the right to education.

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