Neutrovis commits RM250k for Paralympic squad, disabled community

HOME-grown high quality and extra protective anti-bacterial solution provider Neutrovis Sdn Bhd has recently extended support valued at RM250,000 as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts to support the Paralympic Council of Malaysia (PCM).

The support came in the form of mask donation, marketing/sponsorship, ambassadorship, video production and upfront costs for fund-raisers, among others, for the participation of the Malaysian contingent at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games (Aug 24-Sept 5).

As one of the earliest Rakan Sukan Para to support PCM for its Tokyo Mission, Neutrovis provided the athletes with premium medical face for the games as well as taking the initiative to hand over proceeds from sales of t-shirts amounting to RM17,168 to PCM as a gesture of appreciation for the country’s para sports heroes at the Tokyo Games.

Additionally, Neutrovis also contributed 250,000 pieces of its premium medical face masks (worth RM175,000) for distribution to  the disabled communities in the states that the 22 athletes that represented Malaysia originated from as well as 25 national associations that are affiliates of PCM.

Each of the athletes will be given a specific promo code in which they will distribute to groups of people with disabilities from their originating states. Upon completing their orders with that promo code, the NEUTROVIS team will have the face masks delivered right to their doorstep.

With the COVID-19 situation in Malaysia still at a critical stage, PCM and Neutrovis will jointly strive to embed the “Mask On, Spread Hope” message within the disabled community by reminding them to protect themselves and their loved ones by not only wearing quality face masks but also making certain that the masks are worn properly.

Present at a recent presentation ceremony were men’s long jump T20 gold medalist Abdul Latif Romly and men’s 100m T36 sprinter Mohamad Ridzuan Mohamad Puzi who described the initiative to protect the disabled community as important to ensure their well-being is always at tip-top condition.

“This gesture by Neutrovis is a positive sign that the corporate sector is sensitive to the needs of the society and has opened new avenues for both parties to work together to bring about better hopes for the 15% of our society who are in the group of persons with disability,” Chef de Mission for the Malaysian Paralympic Contingent Datuk Seri Megat D. Shahriman Zaharudin pointed out. – Sept 28, 2021

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