THURSDAY, 15 JANUARY – The Non-Academic Management and Professional Union Universiti Malaysia Sabah (PPUMS) is open to any partnership of any charitable programme benefiting the community.
This was conveyed by the President of PPUMS, Hj Zawawi Tiyunin (pic) who said this at the opening ceremony of the IM4U Mount Kinabalu Climb for Charity and Spirituality 2015 programme.
He said, PPUMS had been involved in various activities such as these to help those who were less fortunate.
“We have been conducting charitable programmes such as assistance to orphans, singles mothers, fire victims and flood victims throughout the country,” he said.
Hence, he said PPUMS was very grateful to have been selected to jointly organise this charity programme involving orphans from all over the country.
The programme initiated by the 7 Continents Exploration Club Malaysia was officiated by the Political Secretary to the Chief Minister, Tuan Haji Armizan Mohd. Ali. – SS (fl)
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