Hershey Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

– Hershey’s Shared Goodness

The Hershey Company have been activating our remarkable people by Sharing Goodness for 125 years.

In 2019, Pasir Gudang experienced dangerous air quality levels from the toxic pollution. As a result, schools across the country closed due to health concerns for children, keeping millions of children at home. An urgent request for air quality monitoring equipment for schools went out via Malaysia’s Department of Environment, and Hershey responded quickly, donating a gas detector values MYR12,000 to the school. Hershey did not stop there. CSR Committee forged a partnership to “adopt” the Taman Daya School as part of the Ministry of Education’s School Transformation 2025 initiative, committing to host a series of activities and enrichment programs for students and teachers. The team hosted various type of program on safety, health and hygiene involved student’s development. Hershey also improved the school facilities on every aspect as needed. One of the major projects is PROLOC (Program Learning Outside Classroom) stations was completed on Oct 2020.

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic affecting hundreds of thousands of people. As a company who always Take Action and care about the society, Hershey conveyed appreciation to the country’s frontliners who are working tirelessly to curb the outbreak by donating 10,000 pieces of surgical face masks, 191 bottles of 500ml hand sanitizers and 1250 bags of Hershey’s chocolate which worth MYR41,000 to Hospital Permai, Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Hospital Sultan Ismail & Pejabat Kesihatan Negeri Johor. Hershey continued to “giving back” to the school by donating 10 essentials supplies which cost MYR5,100 in total to those 51 underprivileged students who economically affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The total employees’ involvement is 56 peoples with 410 hours of contribution in 2020.