Etika donates wheelchairs and refreshing products for families of retired army and police force as a gesture of goodwill and care.

Etika Sdn Bhd (Etika), is making a constant effort to offer care and support to various organisations and sections in society as we navigate through challenging times.

Presently, Etika has embarked on a mission to express heartfelt gratitude and showcase their support for retired army and police force from Persatuan Kebajikan Keluarga Bekas Polis dan Tentera (POLTERA), also known as the Ex-Police & Army Family Welfare Association.

One of the initiatives undertaken by Etika to honour our reputable army and police force included the donation of five units of wheelchair and wide range of refreshing mixed beverages to the association.

Etika has been actively involved in showcasing their gratitude to fellow Malaysians, their
loyal customers, supporting local businesses and motivating frontliners since the very
beginning of the pandemic.

Through Etika Cares, one of the country’s leading beverage manufacturers has been undertaking several initiatives to keep the morale up and support local communities in any way they can.

For their latest initiative, Etika turned to recognise the hard work and contributions of the
retired army and police in protecting our lives, maintaining order and keeping the country
safe, through years of sacrifice and dedication.

“We cannot ignore the role that our army and police force have played in upholding peace
and security in the country, and their contributions in building Malaysia into the prosperous
country we see today.

“This is our humble effort to sing praise for the work of our unsung heroes and their brave acts of valour. We hope that this gesture gives them comfort and adds a sparkle of joy to their day,” said Yee Pek Kuan, Vice President of Marketing at Etika.

“Simple acts of kindness, no matter how small they are, would mean the world to the ones
in need around us. As we pass through these challenging times, we encourage Malaysians to partake acts of goodness and do their bit to rebuild those impacted by these challenging
times,” added Pek Kuan.