Yayasan Tan Sri Dato’ Lee Shin Cheng presented scholarships amounting to RM582,000 to 17 students during an award presentation held at Palm Garden Hotel. It was part of IOI’s CSR initiatives in human capital development.
Palm Garden Hotel hosted a Hari Raya Charity hi-tea at the Perdana Ballroom for orphans and the needy from the Sepang District. A total of 100 orphans and the needy were treated to a sumptuous lunch together with their clients.
Yayasan was the premier sponsor for the Malaysia International Conference on Foreign Languages and Communication, University Putra Malaysia held on 14-15 Aug 2007 at Putrajaya Marriott Hotel. The conference aims to generate interest in the teaching and learning of foreign languages as well as to bring forth discussions of the challenges confronting both private and public bodies concerned with the effects of globalization and the creation of harmonious and beneficial international relations.
Yayasan made a contribution to Kolej WIT (formerly known as Workers
Institute of Technology) through its Fund Raising Dinner to assist the college
to construct a 3-storey hostel and to upgrade the college facilities.
IOI Properties Bhd, Johor Division in collaboration with IOI Mall Bandar Putra Kulai, organised the 3rd Putra Charity Run at Bandar Putra Kulai township and successfully raised RM11,000 for Amitabha Centre Charity Village.
In line with Yayasan Tan Sri Dato' Lee Shin Cheng's objectives to foster a strong culture of learning and skills development amongst Malaysians, as well as to improve the standard of education, the Yayasan has committed to sponsor the Universiti Teknologi Mara, Shah Alam (UiTM's) "Best Student Award" since 2005. The best EMBA student who selected to receive the Best Student Award is entitled for RM3000 cash award sponsored by the Yayasan.
Yayasan donated RM42,000 to National Kidney Foundation of Malaysia to purchase dialysis machines to help the kidney failure patients to have life-saving dialysis treatment and care.
Yayasan Tan Sri Dato' Lee Shin Cheng presented scholarships and educational grants amounting to RM216,000 to eight students during the award presentation ceremony held at the Palm Garden Hotel, IOI Resort, Putrajaya. The scholarships cover their course fees and living expenses during the entire course.
Primary school education is an important aspect of human resource development and community development. In view of this, the Yayasan Tan Sri Dato' Lee Shin Cheng made a donation of RM100,000 for construction of the new school building of SJK Chung Hua Tudan, Miri.
In doing our part as a caring society, Yayasan made a donation to the Yayasan
Nanyang Press whereby the money collected will be channeled to the Johor afflicted
flood victims to rebuild their school.
As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) effort, Palm Garden
Hotel held its yearly Blood Donation Drive in collaboration with the National
Blood Centre, to encourage staff and general public to donate blood and save