PROGRAM KHAS BANTU 2000 SURIRUMAH, PELAJAR IPT & GOLONGAN TERJEJAS PENDAPATAN

PROGRAM KHAS BANTU 2000 SURIRUMAH, PELAJAR IPT & GOLONGAN TERJEJAS PENDAPATAN


BALAKONG: Int3tree jenama makanan dan minuman tempatan hari ini telah melancarkan program bantuan sebanyak 4000 karton ready to drinks Aex3c kepada surirumah, golongan yang terjejas pendapatan dan juga pelajar institut pendidikan tinggi. Sebanyak 100,000 unit Aex3c yang bernilai Rm 220,000 akan diagihkan bersamaan dua karton setiap orang.

Menurut Pengarah Urusan Int3tree, Encik Sudirman Abd Rahman, “Program ini bukan semata-mata untuk memberi bantuan sahaja, namun dengan program ini ianya dapat mendidik surirumah dan pelajar mencari pendapatan sampingan di musim pandemik ini. Kami percaya dengan bantuan dan sokongan pemasaran, serta pengurusan sistem terbaru kami yang baru sahaja dilancarkan mereka yang dibantu akan menjana pendapatan sekurang-kurangnya RM1000 setiap bulan dan dengan misi 2000 orang ini akan ada simpanan RM3000 untuk kegunaan menjelang Ramadan nanti”.

Program ini bermula dari 5 Februari 2021 sehingga kuota 2000 orang mencukupi. Mereka yang terlibat akan di latih secara online untuk di berikan ilmu perniagaan percuma dan di latih untuk menjadi usahawan berkualiti. Sehingga ia dilancarkan ramai yang sudah mendaftar dan tidak melepaskan peluang menyertainya. Buat anda yang berminat boleh hubungi pihak pengurusan Int3tree untuk penjelasan lanjut berkenaan Program Khas untuk 2000 Surirumah dan Pelajar Institusi Pendidikan Tinggi dan mereka yang terkesan.

Caption Gambar:
Encik Sudirman Abd Rahman, Pengarah Urusan Int3tree menyampaikan sumbangan program bantuan khas kepada pelajar dan surirumah, Mohd Hairul Bin Dullaman dan Puan Rasunah.

STARBUCKS MALAYSIA CONTRIBUTES TO COVID-19 RELIEF EFFORTS THROUGH VARIOUS INITIATIVES

STARBUCKS MALAYSIA CONTRIBUTES TO COVID-19 RELIEF EFFORTS THROUGH VARIOUS INITIATIVES

As part of its efforts, more than 1,000 cups of coffee were donated.


KUALA LUMPUR (28 April 2020): As the country remain united in combating the virus by staying indoors, Starbucks partners (employees) found ways to support frontline responders of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Amid these uncertain times, Starbucks store partners around Malaysia have been serving and delivering coffee to hospitals, police stations, screening centers, and frontline workers of all kinds demonstrating the company’s resilience and commitment to the communities in which they serve.

Working closely with the Ministry of Health, Starbucks Malaysia identified health centers, including the Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya Health Department, Lembah Pantai Health Department, Titiwangsa Health Department, the Royal Malaysia Police headquarters in Bukit Aman, University of Malaya Medical Center and several clinics across Kajang and Bangi, as well as the Penang State COVID-19 Task Force and gave out more than 1,000 cups of coffee.

As a continuance of social conscience, Starbucks Malaysia also pledged nationwide promotions including a Buy One Free One promotion and 30% off any food via their Drive-Thru lanes and takeaways so that first responders and frontline workers can focus on taking care of the country.

“We are always looking at ways to contribute back to the communities we serve, as we believe it is our role and responsibility during this time to prioritize the health and well-being of our customers and partners, as well as playing a constructive role in supporting our local communities, health officials and government leaders as they work hard to contain the virus,” says Sydney Quays, Group CEO of Berjaya Food Bhd and managing director of Starbucks Malaysia & Brunei.

Since the government’s announcement of the Movement Control Order (MCO) on 16 March, Starbucks has taken active measures to ensure that all safety precautions are met, placing an emphasis on store cleanliness and safety precautions. During the MCO, Starbucks Malaysia momentarily paused the use of all its café seating and personal cup services while drive-thru lanes and delivery via GrabFood and Foodpanda continue to operate for customers’ enjoyment. Since 4 May onwards, the company has also deployed temperature check stations at all of its outlets across Malaysia.

Additionally, understanding the needs of first responders and healthcare workers, Starbucks stores in and around hospitals and healthcare centers remain open with limited access to continue best serving them.

On a global scale, The Starbucks Foundation had also provided free brewed coffee along with handwritten letters to support the U.S. first responders and health care workers. In addition to the coffee support, the foundation will also be contributing US$1 million to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund in support of the World Health Organization (WHO), powered by the United Nations.

For more information, please visit Starbucks Malaysia website at www.starbucks.com.my. For more information on our global initiatives, please visit Starbucks Stories & News here.

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About Berjaya Starbucks Coffee Company Sdn Bhd

Berjaya Starbucks Coffee Company Sdn Bhd is wholly owned by Berjaya Food Berhad and a licensee of Starbucks Coffee International. From its first store opening in Kuala Lumpur on 17 December 1998, Starbucks is now available in more than 15 states and federal territories in Malaysia. The company also operates the world’s first Starbucks Signing Store, which promotes accessibility and offers employment and development for the Deaf community. After 21 years in Malaysia, Starbucks has grown not only to become the favorite coffee place for Malaysians, but also a productive member in enriching communities across the country. For more information, please visit the official site at Starbucks.com.my or check out our Facebook page at Facebook.com/StarbucksMalaysia.

About Starbucks

Since 1971, Starbucks Coffee Company has been committed to ethically sourcing and roasting high-quality arabica

coffee. Today, with stores around the globe, the company is the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world. Through our unwavering commitment to excellence and our guiding principles, we bring the unique Starbucks Experience to life for every customer through every cup. To share in the experience please visit us in our stores, online at Starbucks.com and through the Starbucks Newsroom.

 

Press Contacts

 

Chloe Pan

Starbucks Malaysia & Brunei

chloepan@starbucks.com.my

+60 1 7829 9915

Lavinia Cassandra

Starbucks Malaysia & Brunei

laviniacassandra@starbucks.com.my

+60 1 7312 9975

   
Starbucks Media Helpline

communicationspr@starbucks.com.my

+60 3 2052 5888

Starbucks Malaysia Covid-19 Relief Efforts [30 April 2020]

Starbucks partners (employees) taking the initiative towards serving the community as a part of on-going efforts to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, working with Grab Malaysia to serve and deliver coffee to people in the frontlines and first responders.

Location: Bandar Tun Hussein Onn Medical Clinic

The nationwide relief efforts from Starbucks Malaysia has been extended to identified health centers including the Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya Health Department, Lembah Pantai Health Department, Titiwangsa Health Department, the Royal Malaysia Police headquarters in Bukit Aman, University of Malaya Medical Center and several clinics across Kajang and Bangi, as well as the Penang State COVID-19 Task Force.

Location: Ministry of Health, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya Federal Territory Health Department

Starbucks Malaysia has been working closely with the Ministry of Health to identify health centers that require social supports and the nationwide benevolence has been extended and contributed to hospitals, police stations, screening centers and front-line workers of all kinds across Malaysia.

Location: Ministry of Health, Lembah Pantai Health Department

As part of their commitment to society, Starbucks Malaysia pledges a supportive role in showing care and kindness to the community so that first responders and frontline workers can focus on taking care of the country.

Location: Ministry of Health, Titiwangsa Health Department

Starbucks store partners around Malaysia serving and delivering coffee to hospitals, police stations, screening centers, and frontline workers demonstrating the company’s resilience and commitment to the communities in which they serve.

Location: Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM)

YAB Chow Kon Yeow, Penang’s Chief Minister (centre) receiving coffee from Starbucks Malaysia on behalf of the Penang State Covid-19 Task Force.

Over the last week, Starbucks partners (employees) have supported frontline responders of the COVID-19 outbreak through the delivery of coffee to serve first responders and healthcare workers.

Mr. Steven Anthony Soosay, head of operations for Starbucks Malaysia and Brunei (centre) and Ms. Thila Chandran, senior manager, marketing & loyalty of Starbucks Malaysia (second from right) serving and delivering coffee to first responders and healthcare workers.

Location: Universiti Malaya Medical Center (PPUM)

Collaboration projects with ADLA

Packet Foods for Rumah Kasih Nurul Hasanah 13 November 2020

Packet Foods for Pusat Jagaan Rumah Kasih Nurul Hasanah. Rumah Kasih Nurul Hasanah (RKNH) as a Dormitory and transit house for, orphans, the poor, mualaf, single mother, senior citizen, persecuted people. We prepare foods for dinner for at least 25 pax.

Packet Foods for Rumah Mesra Ampang 30 October 2020

Packet Foods for Mesra Home Ampang which is a charity home for Muslim elderly women, no heirs and unmarried. Freshly homemade foods prepared by Datin Dr. Leez Hassan itself for 25 pax.

Packet Foods for Rumah Al-Haq 22 October 2020

Packet Foods for Anak-Anak at Pertubuhan Kebajikan Perlindungan Al Haq Malaysia in Keramat. The house provides protection and education to orphans, dependents, and the poor.  Freshly cooked foods by Datin Dr. Leez Hassan and family for 20 pax.