Honda Malaysia distributes laptops, face masks, and flood kits to Malaysians in need

Jerrica · Feb 23, 2021 03:57 PM

As the country regroups itself from the various disasters experienced in 2020, Honda Malaysia has taken upon itself to extend a helping hand to communities that were affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and flood disaster.

To address the ongoing need of the necessary tools for online learning, Honda has arranged laptops to be delivered to 4 secondary schools in Melaka to help out students from low-income families.

Honda has also delivered 500 boxes of facemasks to 10 primary schools and 10 secondary schools in Melaka. They aim to make sure that students remain protected and adhere to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) while the country battles the ongoing fight against Covid-19.

Other than schools, the company has also extended a helping hand to the frontliners in Hospital Queen Elizabeth in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah by providing them with 1,000 face shields.

They also provided 500 families who fell victim to the flood disaster in Pekan, Pahang with Flood Safety Kits.

“Honda strives to be a company that society wants to exist. Thus, Honda wants to be with the community always, during good and bad times, coming ‘Together As One’ with Malaysians,” said Honda Malaysia Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Mr Toichi Ishiyama.

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