Published on March 15th, 2021 | by Amirul Mukminin


Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia Donates Cash And Laptops

Youngsters are in some ways victims of the pandemic and it’s important to give all the help they need

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only devastated the economy on a global scale, but is also taking a toll on youths in various ways. To support young Malaysians who have been hit hard by the pandemic and help create a better future for them, Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) has made donations to several organisations around the Klang Valley.

First, the company has donated RM35,000 in cash to First International Soccer Academy Malaysia (FISA) to support its efforts in improving the well-being of B40 youths.

MMM has also contributed laptops to Pertubuhan Kebajikan Yesuwin Mahligai Selangor (PKYMS) and the Arthritis Foundation Malaysia (AFM). The laptops will be used to help students from the welfare home take part in home-based learning and support AFM administration purposes.

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Here’s the press release with more information:


MITSUBISHI MOTORS MALAYSIA (MMM), the official distributor of Mitsubishi Motors vehicles in Malaysia, made a cash donation of RM35,000 to First International Soccer Academy Malaysia (FISA) and donated laptops to Pertubuhan Kebajikan Yesuwin Mahligai Selangor (PKYMS) and the Arthritis Foundation Malaysia (AFM) recently.

The company aims to support FISA’s efforts towards the betterment of children particularly coming from the B40 family and to stop teens’ involvement in social issues.

“We recognized FISA’s efforts in working towards the betterment of young children and to put a stop towards their involvement in social issues. In line with boosting the country’s economic growth for the underprivileged family, we hope that our contribution for the academy may continue to assist them to develop these children’s competencies and to provide them with the opportunities to excel and lead a better life,” said Tomoyuki Shinnishi, Chief Executive Officer of MMM.

In addition, MMM have also donated laptops to PKYMS and Arthritis Foundation Malaysia (AFM) to assist students who were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic as well as to support AFM administration purposes.

“We understand that many students at the welfare homes were at a limitation or left without the technology they require to continue their education. We hope that the contribution of these laptops will support the children for home based learning throughout the pandemic,” Shinnishi added.

“As the nation wait for the hopeful vaccine, we understand that each day brings new or different challenges for many of us. At Mitsubishi Motors, we aim to create a better society where people can hope for a better future. We have been making efforts to support the local activities of society and contribute towards the development of the local communities through its various needs,” he concluded.

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