LAKMM gets RM65,000 from two companies

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MIRI: The Miri Malay Welfare Trust Board (LAKMM) received contributions totalling RM65,000 from two corporate bodies during its during Hari Raya Aidilfitri programme here, yesterday.

Premier Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg and his wife Puan Sri Datuk Amar Juma’ani Tuanku Bujang were present for the handover event.

Naim Group of Companies, through its charitable trust fund Tabung Amanah Naim, contributed RM50,000 to the board while Samling Strategic Corporation Sdn Bhd donated RM15,000.

Naim was represented by its acting Regional manager Alice Ting Kie Lang while Samling was represented by its deputy general manager Albert Tan Kian Beng,

LAKMM chairman Datuk Abdillah Abdul Rahim received the mock cheques on behalf of the board.

The donations would be able to help LAKMM continue its wonderful work of assisting those in need.

Also present were Youth, Sports and Entrepreneur Development Deputy Minister Dr Ripin Lamat, Women, Early Childhood and Community Wellbeing Development Deputy Minister Datuk Rosey Yunus as well as chief political secretary to the Premier Fazzrudin Abdul Rahman.

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