We take our Corporate Social Responsibility very seriously.

Every year, we use a part of our profits to give back to society, in our own small way. Below are some examples of what we have done over the years.

Doctors or Nurses going on Mission Trips to third world countries are welcome to contact us.

We may be able to extend our support by loaning or subsidising medical equipment for worthy causes.




In April, our Director – Mr. Roshan Mani, spearheaded a Charity Drive to encourage everyone in the company to do their part to help people affected by COVID-19. Employees were invited to donate to any charitable cause of their choice. Every donation made would be supported by a contribution of 2 times, to the same cause. The goal was to reach SGD 30,000 by the end of September, but we had such an overwhelming response that we reached our target in July itself! A big THANK YOU to the team for making the COVID-19 Charity Drive a great success!


We donated money to Sunlove Abode for Intellectually-Infirmed in Singapore. Our donation is for the welfare of the leprosy patients residing in Sunlove. Sunlove is a charitable home that provides shelter, protection and care for leprosy patients who have been abandoned by their own families or loved ones. Aside from caring for leprosy patients, they also provide a home for the intellectually disabled, elderly people with dementia and the needy. Their Vision is: Love All, Serve All : Regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, social status and health.


We donated 3 sets of Vital Signs Monitors to The Medical City in Pangasinan, Philippines. TMC Pangasinan is a provincial hospital that has a 70-bed capacity and has been in service for almost 50 years. These monitors will be used to further the hospital’s capabilities for providing good clinical outcomes for their patients.      


We donated money to ISCOS (Industrial and Services Co-operative Society Limited) in Singapore. ISCOS is the only co-operative for ex-offenders in Singapore. For close to 30 years, their mission is to help their members to rebuild their lives, by helping them to secure gainful employment, upgrade their skill sets, obtain peer support via support groups and other initiatives to ensure that they can lead meaningful and productive lives. ISCOS also reaches out to their children and families through the Fairy Godparent Programme, a holistic programme with various educational and pro-social initiatives to prevent intergenerational offending.      


We donated money to Jamiyah Singapore to help fund its food ration distribution programme called Jamiyah Food Bank. They distribute basic food items like Milk, Sugar, Cooking oil, Biscuits, Milo, etc. to more than 1,000 needy families in Singapore, regardless of race or religion.


We made a cash donation to Make-A-Wish Foundation in Singapore.


This foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses.


We donated money to the NUS Business School Undergraduate Bursary Fund. This Bursary supports financially needy students and enables them to focus their energies on their studies, without having to worry about the financial burden of obtaining their education.


We donated money to ‘ChildAid 2015’ which is a charity concert organised in aid of The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund and The Business Times Budding Artists Fund.


We donated money to Hope Centre, a unit of Kokkos Resource, situated in Cambodia. Kokkos Resource is a non-profit company incorporated in Singapore, formed solely to help operate and manage a day centre for poor children in a village in Cambodia.


We donated money to Hope Centre, a unit of Kokkos Resource, situated in Cambodia. Kokkos Resource is a non-profit company incorporated in Singapore, formed solely to help operate and manage a day centre for poor children in a village in Cambodia.


Hope Centre aims to educate the children effectively so that they can get better jobs, lighten their family’s financial situation and ultimately transform the community.


It is open to all children regardless of age and religious faith who cannot afford education. It is also a place of play, where children can build self-confidence, team spirit and sharing. Basic values such as hygiene, manners and interaction skills are taught and promoted.


We donated money to Alpha Palliative Care, India to purchase a vehicle for transporting patients for Physiotherapy. The Alpha Palliative Care is a not-for-profit organization that works to relieve patients suffering from incurable diseases and afflictions; and improve their quality of life.


They provide holistic support to patients dealing with life-threatening illness by providing medical services as well as psychological, social, practical, and spiritual support within the family and home environment.


We donated money to SASCO DACE (Day Activity Centre for the Elderly), a facility that admits elderly persons who are clinically diagnosed with early or middle stage dementia.


The money will be used for renovating and equipping the Telok Blangah Rise Centre which will house 30 elderly persons. SASCO DACE is an organization that offers core programs tailored to meet the needs of functionally and cognitively impaired elderly. These include different types of therapy, recreational activities and personal hygiene.


We donated a sum of money to Children’s Cancer Foundation, Singapore to help them in their efforts to support children stricken with cancer. 


Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF) is a non-profit organisation with a mission of improving the quality of lives of children with cancer and their families through enhancing their emotional, social and medical well-being.


We donated money to a Home for Children with Intellectual Disability in the state of Kerala, India. They used the money to help expand their building which houses the children.


We donated money to 15 needy families in India, who used the money for various purposes such as:

  • Meet the medical expenses of a family member
  • Wedding of a daughter
  • Co-fund purchase of a 3-wheeler Taxi
  • Co-fund the building of a house


We donated a sum of money to Mercy Relief, Singapore for their disaster relief work in the neighboring countries. Mercy Relief is an independent non-governmental humanitarian charity, established in response to the human tragedies in Asia. 

Its aid programmes include providing timely and effective assistance to disaster-stricken communities.


We donated a sum of money to Pathlight School, Singapore to support the special needs of a 12-year old Autistic child for a one year period.

The financial assistance helped his family towards payment of his school fees, pocket money, school bus, uniforms, text books, enrichment classes and other necessary home support. Pathlight School is the first autism-focused school in Singapore that offers a unique blend of mainstream academics and life readiness skills.


We partnered with Dr. Myra Elliott, a leading Maxillofacial surgeon in Singapore, to perform Cleft Palate surgery on 27 children in a small town named Daet in Philippines.


Dr. Elliott flew to Philippines at her own expense, while we helped to cover the remaining costs of the surgeries.


We built 2 toilets in a poor village in Indonesia where many people did not have access to toilets.


The toilets that we built are exclusively for the use of women and children.