Malaysia: Vale Minerals Donates to Six More Local Government Authorities and to the community of Pasir Panjang

5/19/2020

Malaysia: Vale Minerals Donates to Six More Local Government Authorities and to the community of Pasir Panjang

On 19th May, Vale Malaysia Minerals (VMM) donated RM173,480.00 in supplies to six local government authorities within Manjung and the State of Perak and RM75,000.00 of food aid to the community of Pasir Panjang. The humanitarian support in a total amount of RM248,480.00 has been extended to the authorities, frontliners and the surrounding community to help manage the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic.

VMM believes that these contributions will attend the needs of frontliners to adequately manage the current COVID0-19 pandemic situation within the State of Perak. This is the third batch of donations from Vale Malaysia Minerals to the authorities and frontliners.

The community of Pasir Panjang is also receiving food aid from VMM to ease the burden of the communities who are unable to earn a living during this difficult time. The handing over ceremony was honored by Member of Parliament of Malaysia for the Lumut constituency, YB Datuk Wira Dr. Mohd Hatta Ramli and Pasir Panjang Assemblyman, Yahaya Mat Nor while CEO of Vale Malaysia Minerals, Mr. Rodrigo Araujo who delivered the contributions to the respective recipients.

The list of recipients is as follows:

6 Local Government Authorities List of recipients Amount (RM) Total Amount (RM)
Police Department of Manjung District   16,880.00 173,480.00
Manjung Municipal Council 34,380.00
Customs Department of Manjung District 14,380.00
Fire & Rescue Department of Manjung District 34,380.00
Manjung District Health Office 37,280.00
Immigration Department of Perak 36,180.00
Community of Pasir Panjang Pasir Panjang Community 1000 packs of food aid 75,000.00 75,000.00
Grand Total 248,480.00


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Malaysia: Vale Minerals Donates to Six More Local Government Authorities and to the community of Pasir Panjang