KUCHING, August 18 – In celebration of Sarawak Day, civil engineering specialist Sarawak Consolidated Industries Berhad (“SCIB”) has teamed up with the Sarawak General Hospital Blood Bank to organize the annual “SCIB Blood Donation Day.” This initiative reflects the company’s steadfast commitment to giving back to society and supporting the community. Themed “Ohh Kitak Juh Derma Darah,” the event is scheduled for 22nd July 2023, from 9am to 2pm at the Department of Transfusion Services and Blood Bank, Sarawak General Hospital, Kuching.

SCIB extends a heartfelt invitation to the community to join hands in this life-saving cause, marking their fourth collaboration with the Sarawak General Hospital Blood Bank since their inaugural partnership in 2020.Mr. Ku Chong Hong (‘Mr. Ku’), Managing Director of SCIB, emphasized, “Giving back to the community is at the core of our ESG philosophy at SCIB. This blood donation drive not only exemplifies our social responsibility but also embodies the spirit of Sarawak Day – unity and care for one another.

We firmly believe that this initiative will strengthen community bonding.” To show appreciation to the generous donors, SCIB will be presenting a microfiber shirt to the first 120 participants as a token of recognition for their invaluable contribution to society. “Blood donation is a simple act that has an extraordinary impact. Through this event, we aim to raise awareness about the constant need for blood and inspire more people to become regular donors,” added the spokesperson. SCIB’s unwavering commitment to sustainability and community investment underscores its operating ethos.

The company consistently seeks to strike a balance between industrial activities and the welfare of its stakeholders. The SCIB Blood Donation Day is just one of many initiatives that demonstrate how SCIB fulfills its ESG commitments while making a real difference in people’s lives. The company urges everyone who can to support this critical cause, stating, “Come, join us, and make a difference. Donate blood, save lives. Together, let’s create a healthier Sarawak.”

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