RM250k for ‘Back To School’ plan

  • Nation
  • Friday, 29 Dec 2017

DUNGUN: The Terengganu Tengah Development Authority (Ketengah) has donated RM250,000 this year through its “Back To School” programme.

Its deputy chairman Datuk Din Adam said the programme benefits 2,000 pupils identified by the Dungun and Kemaman district education offices.

“This is a donation from Keten­gah and its subsidiary company, Ketengah Holdings Sdn Bhd, as part of their corporate social responsibility in this district.

“The state government is always concerned about those in the low-income group, orphans and others who need assistance. Hopefully, this programme will ease their burden,” he said.

Din was talking to reporters after a presentation ceremony of school items to 500 pupils from seven primary schools in Ketengah Jaya and Al Multafi Billah Shah here yesterday. — Bernama

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