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At Maybank Kim Eng we believe in sharing the fruits of our business with the communities to which we belong. The importance of giving back to society is something that we have subscribed to since our inception and has always been at the core of our identity. We aim to lead by example, raising awareness about corporate philanthropy by rolling out sustainable programmes which best leverage the power of business for the good of others. Over the years, we have lent a helping hand to a range of underserved groups, across all the countries in which we have a presence.

That is how we go about humanising financial services.

Championing Women Entrepreneurs at the Bursa Bull Charge 2016 Run

We recognise the important role that women entrepreneurs play in powering SMEs in Malaysia. It is our unwavering commitment to provide equitable opportunities for all.

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Maybank Kim Eng believes that it takes more than economic growth to build a community. For ASEAN to grow, the community needs arts and culture to infuse it with identity, soul and imagination, and to encourage diversity in thinking.

We also believe that the region’s economic integration can only be fully achieved with social integration of its people. The key to ASEAN’s social integration lies in our commonalities derived from our shared history and culture.

That is why the Katakatha initiative was created. A truly ambitious project, we aspire to make KataKatha the platform to explore and enhance the appreciation of ASEAN’s commonalities through arts and culture. Through KataKatha, we also hope to promote the region’s rich arts and culture, with the aim of perpetuating its development while retaining its originality and uniqueness. We believe in investing in the region’s arts and culture.

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Environmental and Cultural Workshop at Our Hands Farm
Hong Kong
An Environmental and Cultural Workshop at Our Hands Farm was held on Saturday 27 September for 32 Primary Four to Six students from families in Tai O, a fishing village on one of Hong Kong's outlying islands. The students were given a hands-on session on soap making, handkerchief tie dying, dumpling making and farming. Through this session, the importance of culture, the environment and sustainability was underscored. This is the second year Maybank Hong Kong and Kim Eng Securities have cooperated with the Hans Andersen Club (HAC), a charitable organisation founded in 1963.
Empowering the Kampung Tenun Community at Sukajaya Village, Garut
PT Maybank Kim Eng Securities employees participated in Maybank Group Global CR Day on 27 September 2014 by empowering the Kampung Tenun community at Sukajaya Village, Garut. The event was hosted by Industry, Trades and Market Management Services (Dinas Perindustrian, Perdagangan dan Pengelolaan Pasar); representatives from the local government welcomed members of our senior management, Mr. Azrul Latif and Ms. Sri Patriawati Tjiptaningsih Soetjipto, as well as another 20 of our staff members who came from Jakarta to witness the handover of the Twisting Machine to the Kampung Tenun community. The benefits brought from this machine will be enjoyed by approximately 300 underprivileged community members whose income is dependent on textiles.

The Twisting Machine was a result of a successful fund raising exercise that spanned all branches as well as our head office. More than IDR20 million was collected, which covered half of the price of the Twisting Machine. The company sponsored the remainder of the price.

In addition to donating the machine, a coloring contest was held for the village children. The aim of which was to give them the opportunity to exercise their creativity through art and to give employees the chance to bond with them. From three different local playgroups, there were four winners who walked away with educational toys and all students were given goodie bags.

Graduation and Family Day for Our Children’s House of Hope (“OCHH”)
Maybank ATR Kim Eng and Maybank Philippines held a Graduation and Family day for the hearing-impaired children of OCHH, a community center in the Batasan-Payatas area of Quezon City in the Philippines. The event was the culmination of the bi-weekly creative workshops in dance, arts and crafts, and English writing that MPI volunteers have been holding in OCHH since June.

Certificates were awarded to the children who completed the workshops, presentations were given by the hearing-impaired children and their compositions were read. In addition, volunteers danced to the Maybank Song while communicating the lyrics through sign language. A Maybank ATR Kim Eng officer acted as interpreter throughout the event.

Following the graduation programme was Family Day - a fair-like event with games and food booths sponsored, set up and manned by the volunteers. An air bouncer, photo booth and balloon sculpting were just some of the activities available on that fun-filled day. At the end of the festivities, the beneficiaries, their guardians, and family members went home with sponsored grocery items.

Raising Funds for the Intellectually Disabled from MINDS
On Saturday 27 September, Maybank Kim Eng, together with the rest of Maybank Group Singapore, congregated at Yio Chu Kang stadium in the name of charity. Booths were set up, selling everything from popcorn and ice cream to temporary tattoos.  Our volunteers accompanied the children from MINDS, bringing them around the carnival and interacting with them. Some members of staff also participated in exciting telematches with the children, exhibiting excellent teamwork and sportsmanship.

Leading up to the day, a fundraising exercise was conducted. Through donations and coupon sales, Maybank Kim Eng managed to raise SGD18,000.

Give Hearts to Our Friends
On 27 September 2014, Maybank Kim Eng (Thailand)  led by CEO Mr. Montree Sornpaisarn, together with the Prostheses Foundation of HRH the Prince Mother, took part in “Give Hearts to Our Friends”.  This activity was held around Siam Square, a famous shopping zone in Bangkok. It involved collecting aluminum – especially aluminum can pull-tabs – for the Prosthesis Foundation to make prostheses for the disabled. 75kg of aluminium was collected from this collection drive.  In addition, Maybank Kim Eng (Thailand) donated THB400,000 to the Foundation.
“Act For A Better World” Campaign
In 2013, the “Act For A Better World” campaign was introduced to assist residents, especially children in Thieng Lieng, an impoverished and isolated island of Can Gio District, Ho Chi Minh City. Many families there are unable to support their children through secondary school.  To tackle this issue, a combination of targeted funding and donations were used.  Hundreds of storybooks were donated to stock up the public library and school library, computers were donated, as were school uniforms.  Scholarships were also funded.

On 27 September 2014, staff members from Maybank Kim Eng Vietnam took a two-hour car ride from Ho Chi Minh City to Thanh Phu Elementary School in Long An province. There, the group helped to fix and upgrade the school and to top it all off, 30 scholarships for underprivileged students, valued at VND500,000 each, were awarded. A bookcase with nearly 1,000 books given by volunteers was also donated and the road leading up to the school was paved.

Together with the Head office, three more branches namely Hanoi, Dong Nai and Vung Tau, also organised activities to support their communities. The Hanoi branch helped improve a kindergarten's water system while the Dong Nai and Vung Tau branches concentrated their efforts on disadvantaged children and the elderly.