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Jumaat, Jun 14, 2024

Universal Serviced Offices & Management Limited donates RM23,000 to Mutiara Labuan Charity

Stephanie handing over mock cheque to Andy witness by Aina (left)

LABUAN: Universal Serviced Offices & Management Limited (USO) located at Level 16 A Financial Park donates RM23,000 to the Mutiara Labuan Charity  (MLC) for charity work to assist Labuan residents affected by the COVID 19 pandemic.

USO Chief Executive Officer,  Hesham Mansour said the contribution was also  by their clients from Victoria International Petroleum Corp., Dingerco Business Solutions and C Global Trade and Investment Inc.

“The contribution is to facilitate MLC in purchasing food baskets to be distributed to the needy people of Labuan including the poor and those affected by the COVID 19 pandemic” he said while witnessing the handing over of the donations at the Universal Serviced Offices here this morning.

Meanwhile, Regional Manager of USO, Imelda Thadeus who also witnessed the event thanked their clients who were equally concerned to make the donations.

Hesham and Imelda witness donation submissions via Google Meet

“Labuan has provided Universal Serviced Offices an ideal environment to establish and operate our beautiful service offices and coworking facility in Labuan.

We  cater  for organization who wish  to comply with the authority’s companies  regulations |and  those who seek for a productive office environment” she said.

According to Imelda, USO is committed to provide assistance especially in charitable work on an ongoing basis.

“We will also commit each of our employees to one day of paid leave each month and will be used to volunteer for the Mutiara Labuan Charity.” she said.

Imelda also thanked MLC for their great work and they look forward to working with MLC whenever needed.

The handing over ceremony was presented by Digital Marketing Strategist, Stephanie Melanie Raphael representing USO to MLC Chairman Andy Yong.

Also present were Customer Care Specialist, Aina Marina and MLC Secretary, Fieza Awang.