2012, 2020

Harian Metro partners KPJ-Tawakkal for Titipan Kasih Khas Berkhatan

By |December 20th, 2020|Categories: CSR|Tags: , |

Harian Metro organised for the first time a mass circumcision or Berkhatan programme under the Titipan Kasih Harian Metro banner together with KPJ Tawakkal KL Specialist Hospital I Kuala Lumpur. Held within a day on December 19, 2020, the programme involved [...]

1804, 2019

Suara Komuniti BH

By |April 18th, 2019|Categories: CSR|

A CSR initiative introduced by BH in 2012 to complement its editorial column also titled Suara Komuniti featuring news, complaints and suggestions from local community on their neighbourhood. Certain issues highlighted in this newspaper were picked up by BH itself [...]

711, 2013

Titipan Kasih Harian Metro

By |November 7th, 2013|Categories: CSR|

Started in 2007 with the aim to help the less fortunate, this programme is divided into three components: Titipan Kasih Monthly Visited one family per month that had been featured in Harian Metro’s ‘Metro Prihatin’ column. The team contributed some basic [...]

611, 2013

BH Semarak Ramadan

By |November 6th, 2013|Categories: CSR|

Introduced in 2009 with the objective of giving back to society during the holy month of Ramadan, Semarak Ramadan BH is fast becoming a popular CSR for BH. Besides a ‘gotong-royong’ to prepare food for breaking the fast, a visit to [...]

511, 2013

Tabung Bencana NSTP-MPB

By |November 5th, 2013|Categories: CSR|

NSTP is a platform for the general public to donate money to major catastrophes, natural disasters and humanitarian crises. Well-known campaigns conducted include the Kosovo Action Fund, Malaysian Tsunami Disaster Fund, Gujerat Earthquake Fund, Fund for Gaza, Japanese Tsunami Fund and [...]

411, 2013

NST Outreach

By |November 4th, 2013|Categories: CSR|

New Straits Times introduced NST Outreach in 2014 for a more focused CSR programme. Riding on its strength in English language education, the programme helps to motivate and encourage the usage of English among the underprivileged primary students. Workshops on fun [...]

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