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Tuesday 16-October 2018
TES-AMM plugged the gap between Children’s Day and yuletide festival with its string of treats for over 150 Metta School students on 3 November 2009. Since our commitment to contribute towards the Metta School Student Welfare Fund in April 2009, we also support education for underprivileged children. To raise awareness of the learning and developmental needs of students with special needs, TES-AMM encouraged its staff to take time off to volunteer at the school distributing Happy Meals and stationaries.
While touring the school premise, TES-AMM’s staffs expressed keen interest in the school’s visual and performing arts programmes. Together with several crew members from McDonald’s, they kicked off the celebration with an entertaining relay game, which had them engaging in spirited interaction with the students. Following the rousing session, the staff volunteers stepped into Santa’s role by distributing Happy Meal sets and stationery packs to the kids. TES-AMM Chief Executive Officer, Terence Ng was presented with the students’ batik painting by Metta Vice Principal, Anuwar Abdul Wahab.
“At TES-AMM, we firmly believe in developing a culture of integrating business and employees' personal values. Participation in this event represents an opportunity for us to manifest the embodiment of our corporate philosophy, making these shared values come alive,” shared Terence.
An avid proponent of corporate social responsibility, TES-AMM partners Metta Welfare Association in an ongoing green charity drive that encourages the public to give their used electronic items and IT equipment. For every used electronic items and IT equipment collected, TES-AMM makes a donation in kind of corresponding value to Metta. This green charity drive not only further helps the less privileged, it also addresses the need for environmental protection through TES-AMM’s electronic equipment reuse and recycling processes.