Calling All Frontliners! Showing How Much You Are Appreciated Through This Campaign!

Inspired by the heroics of frontliners in serving  and protecting the nation, Himalaya Malaysia has launched the Himalaya Malaysia Cares campaign.

The campaign aims to reward our hardworking and selfless frontliners, in combating the COVID-19 virus - including healthcare professionals and practitioners as well as delivery riders across Malaysia, while lending a helping hand to the urban poor. 

calling all frontliners! showing how much you are appreciated through this campaign!

Aaron Foong, Director at Himalaya Malaysia said: “This past year, thousands of Malaysians have displayed immense bravery as frontliners, whether in the hospital saving lives or on the roads ensuring that we all get our daily necessities.

“Inspired by their commitment towards ensuring the well-being of the nation, we are proud to be giving back to them in our own special way through the Himalaya Malaysia Cares campaign,” he said. 

More than 2,000 Himalaya products will be donated to healthcare professionals and practitioners at selected public hospitals, who are selflessly treating COVID-19 patients. 

Hospitals that have received the care packages include University Malaysia Medical Centre, Hospital Serdang, and Hospital Sungai Buloh, Hospital Selayang within the Klang Valley and Pahang Medical Centre. 

Besides that, the campaign also aims to give out a total of 10,000 Himalaya products to delivery riders over the next two months. 

Himalaya Malaysia will also be joining hands with HOPE worldwide Malaysia for a e-fundraising campaign between June 21st until August 22nd. The fundraiser aims to raise approximately RM60,000 in funds, and all proceeds generated will be donated to the Sentul Free Clinic of HOPE to aid with the clinic’s operational and treatment costs. 

calling all frontliners! showing how much you are appreciated through this campaign!

The Sentul Free Clinic of HOPE undertake in protecting Malaysians especially those most vulnerable, like the urban poor, is especially important during a pandemic such as this, says Khaw Guan Heng, Chief Executive Officer at Himalaya Malaysia.

The Sentul Free Clinic of HOPE is HOPE worldwide Malaysia’s first community program devoted to providing free-of-charge and high-quality health care services to the urban poor. 

Since its establishment in the year 2000, the Clinic has helped diagnose, treat, and monitor the health of thousands of urban poor within the Sentul community. 

If you want to participate in the fundraiser, you can visit

By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat