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On the morning of Chap Goh Mei, staff of BKP were seen loading hampers and bags of mandarin oranges into their cars.  The staff took time off from their weekends to make sure these festive goodies reach the hands of the needy on this day of love.

The event which carried the theme “A Gift of Love”, was held at the Asrama Cahaya Infant Jesus Convent, the home for 43 orphaned and disabled women aged between 40 to 90 years. In support of the charity drive, the management and staff of Bukit Kiara Properties paid a visit to the Home and donated their gifts on February 12.

“Our employees are a very giving group of people. Every year they open their hearts to support a wide range of charities, events and benefits,” said BKP”s group managing director N.K. Tong.

N.K. pointed out that the inspiration behind this event came about from one of the company”s four core values - INTEGRITY.

In spite of our constant reinforcement of this value, Chinese New Year is always a period when our office is flooded with hampers and gifts. We understand and appreciate the cultural significance of this gesture during this festive season and thank those who have showered us with such gifts. I am equally delighted to say that all the staff have declared to the management the gifts that were sent to them. We have since taken the appropriate action to contribute them to charity.

"Our Company's core values - Quality, Innovation, Integrity and Caring are the foundation upon which we work. They form a deeply held belief system that guides our behaviour, helps us make the right decisions and builds the framework for our daily business interactions with our employees and business associates. We value people, integrity and results. This combination is essential in accomplishing our primary purpose of improving people's lives," he added.

A total of 11 hampers comprising a wide variety of delicacies were turned in to the charity home. Meanwhile the company also donated its own hamper and a cheque of RM3,000 to help fund the home, as well as distributed "ang pows" to the residents.

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