Johor Bahru, 14 October 2019 – Malaysia’s first and largest homegrown fast-food chain, Marrybrown proudly announced their first collaboration with Hospital Sultan Ismail, Johor Bahru with the recent opening and handover of MB Playland, a children’s play area fully supported by Marrybrown for Hospital Sultan Ismail.

 A collaboration aspired to spread joy among children at the hospital, MB Playland is also an initiative targeted to provide children with fun-filled games that will leave a positive impact on their well-being and, at the same time, generate a positive vibe within the hospital environment.

(4th from left) Encik Md Taib @ Md Noh bin Abd Samad, Project Director of Marrybrown Charities Association; Dato Lawrence Liew Chairman of Marrybrown Charities Association; Datin Nancy Liew, Managing Director of Marrybrown ; Dr. Khairul Rizal bin Othman, Deputy Director (Medical 1) of Hospital Sultan Ismail; Pn Muliati bt Mustafa, Deputy Director (Management) Hospital Sultan Ismail.

 MB Playland marks a significant start of Marrybrown’s CSR initiative under the umbrella of Marrybrown Charities Association. Stepping up to help create a better future for Malaysians, Marrybrown kick-starts Marrybrown Charities Association with the purpose to provide help and support for underprivileged children, single mothers and senior citizens through various charity events. 

(L-R) ; Datin Nancy Liew,Managing Director of Marrybrow; Dr. Khairul Rizal bin Othman, Deputy Director (Medical 1) of Hospital Sultan Ismail; Dato Lawrence Liew, Chairman of Marrybrown Charities Association sharing a moment with the children at MB Playland

Chairman of Marrybrown Charities Association, Dato’ Lawrence Liew said that they have always been participating in various charity activities since the beginning of their business start-up as he always believed in giving back to the society.

 “We are very proud to collaborate with Hospital Sultan Ismail as we open the first MB Playland here in Johor Bahru. Marrybrown targets to raise a positive thinking and confident child through MB Playland, which serves as an appropriate distraction especially for young patients coming for treatment. There is a need for children to play and enjoy themselves even while waiting for medical treatment, and Hospital Sultan Ismail is proven to have the perfect space to develop a playland in its premise,” said Dato’ Lawrence. 

Focusing on elevating the lives of underprivileged children, single mothers and senior citizens, Marrybrown intends to develop the standard of living and quality of life by providing the right education and welfare - contributing to social harmony and peace.

 “Helping the needy isn't only about providing donations or money, but to also understand the background they come from and nevertheless still support them in the slightest way possible.

 “It has always been our utmost priority to put people first, be it our employees, customers or the community. It is such an honor to collaborate with Hospital Sultan Ismail in working towards empowering the community and we hope that through this partnership, we can extend our support in many other ways,” added Dato’ Lawrence.

 After MB Playland, Marrybrown Charities Association will be focusing on fundraising by organising charity events and activities which will involve the public to be part of their CSRs. Additionally, Marrybrown will also be placing their donation box in every outlet where everyone can contribute to the society and make a difference.

 Since the opening of its first outlet back in 1981, Marrybrown has grown locally and abroad successfully as Malaysia’s first and largest fast food chain, with more than 500 locations across 16 countries. As a proud Malaysian-born brand, Marrybrown is always committed to giving back to society with various programmes under Marrybrown Charities Association umbrella, focusing on providing for underprivileged children, single mothers and senior citizens.

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