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Other Philanthropic Activities

September2017Bargain Basement opened its 2nd outlet at IOI Mall Puchong
September2017Yayasan Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng donated RM10,000 to support Montfort Boys Town, whose mission is to develop less fortunate youths on leadership, character formation, academic excellence and life skills.
September2017Four Points by Sheraton Puchong participated in the annual Run to Give 2017 fundraiser organised by Marriott International, where proceeds were channelled to the National Kidney Foundation.
September2017IOI Oleochemical Industries Berhad collaborated with local council Seberang Perai Municipal Council and the State Forestry Department for a comeback to its Reliving Bukit Juru project. It was flagged off by Penang Chief Minister Yang Amat Berhormat Lim Guan Eng.
September2017IOI Loders Croklaan Americas participated in the Oktoberfest 5k Walk/Run that benefited the We Care of Grundy County organisation.
September2017IOI Oleochemical Industries Berhad (IOI Oleo) initiated a blood donation drive on 18 September 2017 whereby a total of 60 employees participated. Then, on 25 September 2017, IOI Oleo organised a workplace wellness drive which included a blood screening drive test for 55 employees.
September2017IOI City Mall brought cheers to 34 underprivileged boys and girls as well as their caretakers from Cornerstone Orphanage Home and Rumah Bakti Al-Kausar in Bangi by hosting them to a range of fun-filled activities such as brunch, ice-skating and movie session.
September2017A total of 24 employees from IOI Corporation Berhad and IOI Properties Group Berhad (IOIPG) ran through the streets of Kuala Lumpur in the Bursa Bull Charge 2017. IOIPG also contributed RM23,000.
September2017Palm Garden Golf Club hosted the Big Hole Charity Golf event in partnership with the Miss Cosmopolitan World (MCW) organisation and donated RM28,400 from the event to help displaced, abused and neglected children of Yayasan Sunbeams Home.
September2017IOI Group pledged to support social procurement to help generate growth from within the country and power a more people-centric economy through the IDEA (The Impact Driven Enterprise Accreditation) platform that was officially launched at the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC).