OCBC Bank and Anggun Management get Rawang folk into the groove for charity
OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad (OCBC Bank) and Anggun City recently joined forces to get members of the Rawang community to groove to raise funds for the Tzu Chi Foundation.
Grooving to the beat.
The specially-curated Rays of Hope 1,000 Dancers Campaign rang with the upbeat moves of zumba and a touch of the cultural thrown in, attracting people from all walks of life including senior citizens and students.
The proceeds from the six-hour dance programme will help support orphans, old folks, single mothers and the disabled.
According to Anggun City Project Director of Hong Bee Land, Mr Ng Chin Nguang, dancing was injected into the charity programme line-up to create a happy and healthy mood for all while remaining focussed on the call to help the needy.
OCBC Bank staff from Rawang branch who joined in and helped distribute food to the participants.
“We are always looking at ways to improve the lot of the members of our community and we try to make it even more fun each time, without detracting from the goal of helping those in need. This way we can raise funds for a good cause while involving ourselves in healthy activities.
“We are thankful to OCBC Bank for being our co-sponsor. We are touched by the support shown by the OCBC Rawang staff who participated in the charity effort by way of distribution of food,” he said.
Speaking for OCBC Bank Rawang branch, Senior Manager Mr Danny Yap said OCBC has developed a close relationship with the community despite being a relatively new bank in the town.
“OCBC is here to serve both the present community and the future generations as well by being the go-to bank they can rely on, which draws from our brand promise to always be Simply Spot On for our customers and community.
“In recent times we have been looking to become even more entrenched in the local community, and our involvement in Rays of Hope is a clear example of how we collaborate and engage with communities throughout the country. We are eager to help and would like to thank Anggun City for this meaningful opportunity to help serve the community,” he said.