UTAR is indeed grateful for the generosity and kindness received from the community in support of donations for UTAR Hospital. People from all walks of life have come forward and donated their savings, funds raised and part of their income for the Hospital. These acts of kindness have brought in much encouragement and reminded us all on the presence of the charitable spirit and compassion among the community that brighten up our lives.
Thank you Madam
UTAR is truly touched by the gesture of an elderly lady who cycled to UTAR Kampar Campus to find out more about UTAR Hospital. She subsequently returned to the campus and gave RM500 cash as donation for UTAR Hospital and then left the campus. She chose to remain anonymous. Thank you Madam. UTAR wishes you great health and a blessed life.
Madam Lim Chew and family members donate to UTAR Hospital
The UTAR Hospital received a donation of RM12,000 from Madam Lim Chew and her daughters, namely Dr Ong Lean Ping, Madam Ong Lean Ling, Ms Ong Lean Ching and Ms Ong Lean Meng on 10 June 2022 at the President’s Office of Kampar Campus. Madam Lim Chew donated RM10,000 to UTAR Hospital while Dr Ong and Madam Ong Lean Dai donated RM1,000 each for the Tree Adoption Project. Madam Lim’s family also brought in an additional cash donation of RM1000 from two donors who chose to be anonymous.
The donations were received by UTAR President Ir Prof Dr Ewe Hong Tat; witnessed by Vice President for Student Development and Alumni Relations Prof Dr Choong Chee Keong, Faculty of Information and Communication Technology Dean Assoc Prof Ts Dr Liew Soung Yue and Head of Department of Soft Skills Competency of Kampar Campus Hee Chwen Yee.
Speaking about her mother, Dr Ong said, “My mother loves to participate and is actively involved in community service activities and charity projects. She was awarded the Pingat Pangkuan Negara (PPN), Ahli Mahkota Pahang (AMP) and Pingat Jasa Kebaktian (PJK) for her active involvements and accomplishments in community service. She found out about UTAR Hospital from the local news and decided to pay a visit to UTAR and donate to UTAR Hospital.”
UTAR thanks Madam Lim Chew and her family members for their thoughtful and generous donations.