Country Garden Pacificview Contributes RM20,000 to Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tanjong Adang

Gelang Patah, 29th October 2015 – Country Garden Pacificview Sdn Bhd (CGPV), the master developer of Forest City project, proudly contributes RM20,000 to Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tanjong Adang today for infrastructure improvement of the school and to provide a conducive learning facility for the convenience of students and teachers in the CGPV’s adopted school.

“As a caring and responsible corporate citizen, CGPV has a responsibility not only to its employees, customers and investors, but also to the various communities in which CGPV operates. CGPV’s CSR policy is focused on education, community and environment” said Hezrin Ali, Head of Corporate Communication & Media CGPV.

CGPV has introduced adopted school program to strengthen CGPV’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in education. The implementation of this program is to assist students in the selected schools in various ways especially in terms of personal development, academic and social development.

“CGPV will continue to devise more CSR activities as we aimed to highlight the ways in which we have leveraged our knowledge, expertise and insights to create avenues for progress within our community” added Hezrin.

The main purpose of this program is to provide planned guidance for the students and to provide comprehensive learning facility for the development of a student’s academic performance in the adopted schools.

The mock cheque presentation ceremony were held at the school and was officiated by Hezrin Ali, Head, Corporate Communication & Media, CGPV.

Hezrin (second from left, seated) and Aisah (third from left, seated) with the school's students after the handing over ceremony

Hezrin (second from left, seated) and Aisah (third from left, seated) with the school’s students after the handing over ceremony

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Movie Treat for Underprivileged Students

Johor Bahru, 15 October 2015 – Approximately 20 primary school students who achieved well in their Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) trial examination  were treated to a movie preview of ‘PAN’ at City Square Johor Bahru.

Most of the students expressed that it is their first time to enjoy a movie in a cinema and felt grateful for the opportunity given by Country Garden Pacificview.

According to Hezrin Ali, Head of Corporate Communication and Media of Country Garden Pacificview, the organisation took an initiative to treat the underprivilleged kids for ‘PAN’ and free movie snacks from four different adopted schools namely SK Tanjong Adang, SK Morni Pok, SK Pendas Laut and SK Tanjung Kupang from within Gelang Patah area.

“Other than to celebrate the students’ achievement, the movie preview is also an inaugural for Country Garden Pacificview to invite Johor media partners as a get-together occasion. The movie treat is also an incentive for the students to study hard and achieve well in their examination,” added Hezrin.

Students with reps from Country Garden Pacificview and Johor media members

Students with reps from Country Garden Pacificview and Johor media members