Gamuda Land Clubs recently brought festive cheer to the residents from the Rumah Amal Murni in Kajang, a home for senior citizens, the homeless, as well as the mentally or physically challenged individuals. The annual Charity event organized by Gamuda Land Clubs is part of the Clubs Corporate Social Responsibility which is also aimed at spreading the joy of giving and sharing.
The Management and staff from Kota Permai Golf & Country Club, Botanic Resort Club and Jade Hills Resort Club all gathered to usher in the Lunar New Year for the Home with a traditional participation in the tossing of yusheng, signifying an abundance of prosperity and good fortune. The Kota Permai committee members also joined hands with the Management to fulfill their beneficiaries' wishlists, bringing produce and household appliances, including a washing machine, to their abode. Together, all members participated in a joyful luncheon, at the end of which, the Management concluded by giving out Red Packets ('angpao's) and goodiebags to the residents "God of Prosperity” handed out sweets and oranges.
Gamuda Land Clubs believes in giving back to the community through its various community programmes in an endeavor to bring cheer to the less fortunate during major festive seasons. Such community involvement has since become a hallmark of the Club's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) adopted in 2008. The annual visits to the various charity centres also aims to foster closer ties between Gamuda Land Clubs and the community.
Rumah Amal Murni Kajang was established in April 2005 and has 30 residents who are mentally and physically challenged, homeless and senior citizens. Most of them have been abandoned in hospitals neglected by their family and are homeless. The Home also provides treatment for the physically and mentally challenged patients. The monthly expenses amount to up to RM10, 000 which includes rental, electricity, water, transport and daily maintenance.
If you would like to make donations to Rumah Amal Murni Kajang, they can be contacted at 03- 8734 8124 or Ms. Linda Wan at 012-643 1399.