Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia donates a Triton pick-up truck to Insaf Malaysia

By CARSIFU | 27 May 2021

SHAH ALAM: Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM), contributed a Triton 4X4 pick-up truck to Insaf Malaysia, a non-profit organization (NGO) carrying out humanitarian efforts.

The Triton will be used by Insaf Malaysia especially for transporting food items for those that have been victims of poverty and natural disasters.

Other programmes of the NGO include distribution of food bank, lunch boxes and rice bags to orphanages and welfare homes as well as ‘Meals on Wheels’ where food are distributed to old folks who have been abandoned or living alone.

The NGO also builds shelter homes for those that have been affected by natural disasters and are in dire need for a roof above their heads.

MMM chief executive officer Tomoyuki Shinnishi said the company's CSR vision for this year is ‘Inspiring Lives Today for a Greater Future’.

"Our missions are to implement CSR activities that provides aid to support underprivileged children, and to collaborate with NGOs in promoting a sustainable economy, society and environment.

"So when we found out that Insaf Malaysia’s humanitarian efforts is constantly striving for voluntarily action, we want to support their work by contributing a Triton pick-up truck in hopes that the NGO can go beyond the distance and to help more underprivileged families,” said Shinnishi.

Ishak (left) receiving the mock key of the Triton from Shinnishi.
Ishak (left) receiving the mock key of the Triton from Shinnishi.

At the handover ceremony, Insaf Malaysia president and founder Ishak Abdul Kadir said the contribution of the Triton pick-up truck was timely, practical and very much appreciated.

“We have been witnessing a dangerous trend from the number of people suffering from malnutrition and food insecurity especially during this pandemic.

“We are doing all that we can to make sure children or families don’t go to bed hungry hence we are so glad to have companies like Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia reach out to us to offer help," he said.