Photo: Employees of FOMEMA
06 NOVEMBER 2019 KLANG, SELANGOR – Five days to Christmas, the employees of FOMEMA®, the operating company of Foreign Workers’ Medical Examination Programme today representing the Management of the company visited 36 orphans at Good Samaritan Home in Klang as part of the company’s efforts to put smiles on the faces of the underprivileged in the society for the upcoming Christmas celebration.
The Christmas visit begins with the contribution of electrical and home appliances to Good Samaritan Home with a total cost of RM10,000 including food and groceries supply.
The morning was also filled with joy and excitement when the children were also surprised with Santa's appearance in the middle of the celebrations to play Singing Santa for their Christmas gifts. The children, from as young as 7 months to 18 years old, were indulged with their favourite food from McDonald's before they ended the party with games.
Ms Kelen Leong Choy Fun, Chief Executive Officer of FOMEMA® Sdn. Bhd. in the media release says, “The donations we made today are aimed at helping underprivileged children to make preparation for the forthcoming celebrations. As a part of our Corporate Social Responsibility, we are glad to do our part in contributing and celebrating the diversity of our nation and culture for each and every celebration. Christmas celebration is about giving, and the best gift one could give to a child is love. It is hoped that the contributions made today will bring happiness to these children and that the coming Christmas can be celebrated in a joyous and cheerful atmosphere.”