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TECHNOLOGY PARK MALAYSIA BLOOD DONATION CAMPAIGN RECEIVES OVERWHELMING RESPONSE

KUALA LUMPUR, APRIL 12 – The blood donation campaign at Technology Park Malaysia this morning received overwhelming response with the collection of more than 100 bags of blood exceeding the expectation of 50 bags by the National Blood Centre.

Organised by Technology Park Malaysia Corporation Sdn Bhd’s (TPM) Environment Safety Department, the campaign saw an outstanding donor turnout comprising mainly of TPM staff and its tenants.

The campaign was spearheaded by TPM Chairman Datuk Ahmad Fauzi Zahari who also participated by donating a pint of his blood to the noble cause.

Ahmad Fauzi said he was very happy with the overwhelming crowd participation which involved Malaysians from all walks of life regardless of race, position or religion.

“With the extremely positive response, which also surprised the National Blood Centre team, the organisers have decided to make this campaign an annual event. We are also happy that KPJ Kajang hospital agreed to conduct free health check-up to visitors.”

“It is most satisfying to see that the people from the diverse ethnicity and religion came together as a community at TPM to donate to a noble cause. The smiles of the donors’ reflect volumes of their selflessness and kindness in responding to the needs of humanity,” he added. 

Technology Park Malaysia Sdn Bhd, an agency of MOSTI, has an integrated infrastructure, facilities and support services to assist technopreneurs and entrepreneurs who are keen to commercialize their ideas in the four industry clusters, namely, ICT, Engineering, Biotechnology and Green Technology.

 
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 Issued by:

Corporate Communications Department

Technology Park Malaysia Corporation SdnBhd

For more enquiries, please contact:

PuanJamilahTaib,

Senior Manager, Strategic Communication& Stakeholder Management

Tel: 603-8998 2020    

H/P: 019 – 281 8220  

Fax: 603-8998 2110

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