• Some 15 volunteers took about a month to complete a series of upgrading works for Shelter Home for Children, such as levelling and installing a concrete floor in the 1,200 sq ft car porch area; repairing ground floor window grilles and adding new mosquito nettings; installing new door frames in the indoor kitchen counter and sink area; installing a lockable grille door in the outdoor kitchen counter; and patching up a section of an interior wall that was previously exposed brick.

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 25): Radium Development Bhd has completed RM40,000 worth of upgrading works for Shelter Home for Children’s residence at Taman Overseas Union Garden (Taman OUG) to show its commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR).

According to a media statement issued on Wednesday, some 15 volunteers took about a month to complete a series of upgrading works for Shelter Home for Children, such as levelling and installing a concrete floor in the 1,200 sq ft car porch area; repairing ground floor window grilles and adding new mosquito nettings; installing new door frames in the indoor kitchen counter and sink area; installing a lockable grille door in the outdoor kitchen counter; and patching up a section of an interior wall that was previously exposed brick.

“This CSR initiative aligns with our ethos ‘Building Good’, which goes beyond the construction of physical structures to bettering lives. After our first engagement with Shelter Home for Children in February 2023, where we made a monetary contribution and donated two sofas, we realised that there is more that we could do to assist the young residents at its Taman OUG residence,” said Radium group managing director Datuk Gary Gan Kah Siong.

He added that the company wanted to help make a more comfortable living space at Shelter Home for Children as when the children here have a conducive environment at home, they can better focus on their studies and their personal well-being.

Established in 1981, Shelter Home for Children is a registered welfare organisation dedicated to providing a safe haven for abused and neglected children, to help them overcome their initial trauma and restore their self-acceptance, dignity and trust in humanity by offering them unconditional love, care, and education, so they can become responsible members of society. The charitable organisation is dependent on the goodwill of the public to support their mission. 

“We are grateful for corporate partners such as Radium, whose kindness and generosity have allowed us to create a more comfortable space for the children in our care at our OUG home. On this note, we would also like to add that we always welcome donations and partnerships to help us in the work that we do,” said Shelter Home for Children (OUG) general manager Chris Fan in the press statement.

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