On behalf of Rotary Club of Kuching Central, Organising Chair Rtn Calvin Chong handed over 900 pieces of plastic car seat covers and a box of Khong Guan biscuits to Dr Joyoki Chen, Occupational Health and Safety Medical Officer at Pusat Jantung Sarawak. These covers will be distributed to all government clinics in the Samarahan area. They will be used in the ambulances to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
The club wishes to thank PP Frankie Ong and Borneo Biscuit Factory for this generous donation. We deeply appreciate all the support we have gained as we are able to carry out our projects through kind-hearted supporters like these. Thank you and stay safe #stayathome... See MoreSee Less
This short video summarises the food aid distribution to 146 families in need at various parts in and outside of Kuching carried out by President Leonard Sia, Organising Chair Rtn Calvin Chong, Service Chair Rtn Roland Phang with Cr Lina Yong. These families have struggled with loss of income due to the MCO and many are either squatters, single parent families, or have disabled family members.
Each family received basic food products and surgical masks funded by the joint District 3310 grant 'Kuching United against Covid-19' by @Rotary Club of Kuching Central, The Rotary Club Of Kuching (RI District 3310), Rotary Club of Kuching South and Rotary Club of Kuching Jaya. Telekom Malaysia also contributed RM1000 towards the purchase of items while Khong Guan and Teck Lee Seng generously contributed food products.
RCKC will continue its efforts in helping the local community. Stay at home and stay safe ... See MoreSee Less
President Leonard Sia, Organising Chair Rtn Calvin Chong and Service Chair Rtn Roland Phang, with Cr Lina Yong and some volunteers worked to deliver food parcels to a total of 141 families and 5 families with young babies and disabled family members. These beneficiaries are based in Kuching and its surrounding areas, and are either squatters, single parent families, low income families, as well as those who lost their daily incomes. Each family received basic food products as well as surgical masks.
In times like this, many of us seem to be trying new things and the Rotary Club of Kuching Central is no exception. The club had its first ever online meeting via Zoom at its usual meeting time of 1pm on Saturdays. It was a novel experience for the attendees as even our outstation members were able to participate. Through the various communication methods, we will continue to discuss our projects to help our community in this time of need. Do take care and #stayathome... See MoreSee Less