Kuala Lumpur, 5th January 2014 – Property developer Trinity Group Sdn. Bhd. is stepping up to help those affected by the worst flood crisis in three decades. To date, the flood has claimed the lives of at least 20 people and evacuated more than 230,000 people from their homes.
The company has converted their sales gallery located at Zest Point in BK9, Bandar Kinrara into a temporary donation collection centre, which will run from today to Wednesday, 7th January 2015, between the hours of 9.00am to 8.00pm daily. By setting up this centre, Trinity Groups would like to encourage the public and their property owners, to join them in their effort to help fellow our Malaysians in need at this time of crisis.
Earlier this week, the management and staffs of Trinity Group purchased food and essential items, as well as collected donations internally, which were delivered to the collection centre at Skypark Subang Terminal managed by Firefly. The Trinity team enthusiastically worked together to gather and contribute donations for the flood victims, even going as far as to assist Firefly to transport the goods to the nearby TUDM air base for delivery to East Coast.
The centre will only accept donations in the form of goods and supplies such as mats, blankets, towels, biscuits, instant noodles, Halal canned food (easy pull tab), 3-in-1 coffee/Milo, bottled, water, baby food, milk powder, milk bottles, diapers, sanitary napkins, first aid kits, toilet paper, torch lights, batteries, and other essentials. Cash donations will not be accepted. All donations will be delivered to the collection centre at Skypark Subang Terminal on a daily basis, where it will be flown to the East Coast relief centres. To date, Trinity has collected over RM30,000 worth of donation in goods from the public as well internally.
Trinity Group’s commitment does not end with the setting up the collection centre; they also have a team of staffs to ready to assist as relief volunteers in the ongoing flood relief initiatives.