As we cope with the evolving COVID-19 situation, Certis remains steadfast and committed to supporting the community as part of our corporate social responsibility. Today, the leading advanced integrated security services provider donated 500 care packs to the beneficiaries of The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund (STSPMF) to help boost their health and well-being.
United in their efforts, Certis employees banded together to pack these bags over two days. The packs will be distributed on behalf of Certis by 10 social service agencies that partner STSPMF.
Each pack includes:
4 Pieces X Dettol Anti-Bacterial Bar Soap
1 Bottle X Antis Hand Sanitiser Gel
1 Packet X Scott's Vitamin C Pastilles
1 Pack of 6 X Ribena Blackcurrent Fruit Drink (Less Sweet)
1 Bottle X Darbo Mini Honey Jar
1 Packet X Quaker Oat Cookies - Chocolate Chip
“During this challenging time, we remain committed to helping disadvantaged children and youth, one of the key groups we support as part of our corporate responsibility. We hope the items acquired will help the beneficiaries maintain good hygiene and boost their immune system. We believe that no child or youth should be denied the means to protect themselves to stay healthy in this difficult period,” said Senior Vice President, Head, Corporate Planning, Group Communications & Marketing and Group Human Resources, Tan Toi Chia.
Currently, Certis has more than 700 front-line employees supporting the nation in the fight against COVID-19. From issuing quarantine orders, providing security services at Government Quarantine Facilities to healthcare support services, the organisation is working around the clock to keep Singapore safe and secure.