Johnson & Johnson Sdn. Bhd.

– In 2021, J&J Malaysia Community Impact raised funds in responding to calls for assistance amidst the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Johnson & Johnson’s Global Community Impact is focused on supporting and championing the people on the frontlines who are at the heart of delivering care. As the country entered the second year of the Covid-19 pandemic and underwent another lockdown in 2021, J&J’s Malaysia Community Impact (MCI) continued our efforts in reaching out to those in need.

MCI donated USD46,000 to The Giving Bank to purchase 80 units of oxygen concentrators, which will be loaned to COVID-19 patients who require oxygen support in home-isolation. In addition to 80 units of oxygen concentrators, the donation will also be used to purchase 800 units of adult masks with 82” tubing and 1,600 units of oxygen cannulas.

Earlier in the year, MCI rallied together employees to donate funds to NGO Refuge for the Refugees during the lock down. The funds raised, used to purchase food items, were enough to support 207 refugees and B40 families for two weeks.

Moving forward, MCI will be focused on raising awareness of mental health by providing training to employees and participating youth groups and NGOs through the Mental Health for Teens (MyHEART) programme. In line with the UN SDG goal 5 in supporting mental health and well-being, MyHEART is aimed at providing engagement opportunities for J&J employees to reach out to Malaysia teens and the community.