Bonanza Venture Holdings (BVH) continues to aid those hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. This time, by delivering essential food supplies and daily necessities to 100 vulnerable families in hope of making their lives a little easier.

BVH is joining forces with Ipoh City Council (MBI) in the ‘MBI Prihatin’ programme to distribute care packs to families in Waller Court, Kinta Heights flats and the Buntong Harmony Flats on Thursday, 10 June. Each essential care pack contains 18 items food items – including rice, noodles, beans, garlic and oil, alongside sanitary products such as shampoo, toothpaste, shower gel and more. It also has a toy for families with children.

Ipoh Mayor Dato Haji Rumaizi Baharin @ Md Daud, said, “Being able to collaborate with the private sector through the ‘MBI Prihatin’ programme really helps our cause to provide support to the needy and vulnerable families in Ipoh and we are grateful for that. This is the first time we’ve partnered with Bonanza Venture Holdings on this programme and I hope we can continue to work together to benefit Ipoh.” 

BVH Executive Director of Operations Edwin Tan, said BVH, an Ipoh-based holdings company, which includes Kinta Properties, Meru Valley Resort, Ban Hoe Seng Auto and Bonanza Educare, has in the past year been supporting vulnerable families affected by the pandemic through various funding and volunteer initiatives.

“We are proud to continue this effort by working alongside MBI to help support local families, during such a difficult time. We are passionate about creating stronger communities and hope this contribution will provide some comfort to the families affected and let them know that they’re not alone,” he said.

Addressing the recipient families, Tan added: “Stay safe, take care of yourself, and take care of your family and neighbours. Ipoh will stay united and we will get through this together.”

Since the start of the pandemic, the BVH group of companies has provided rebates for frontliners, encouraged employees to volunteer at Perak Chinese Specialist Hospital’s (PCSH) vaccination drive and kept child care services open to children of frontline workers.

With more than 500 staff, BVH employees are coming together to volunteer at the vaccination programme at Perak Chinese Specialist Hospital (PCSH). In addition, chefs at Meru Valley Resort have delivered lunch boxes to vaccination volunteers.

Kinta Properties also offers a special rebate of RM5k or 1%, whichever is higher, to help emergency workers looking to purchase new homes. The special rebate is on top of existing promotions when purchasing a home at Bandar Baru Sri Klebang.

Teachers at Kinder Labz continue to provide care and education for children of frontliners throughout the EMCO and FMCO period.