[In Singapore] Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home Donation and Visitation
[In Singapore] TOTO Asia Oceania had organized a visit to Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home earlier this month to support the elderly residents along with a donation of $3,086 worth of essentials products for the residents in the home as part of our yearly Corporate Social Responsibility charitable cause. All staffs in TOTO Asia Oceania (Singapore branch) are encouraged to contribute and the company has generously matched the staff donations dollar for dollar as a monthly contribution to the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home throughout 2018-2019.
Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home was established in the mid-1960s by the late Madam Lee Ah Mooi who opened the doors of her residence to retired Samsui women – referring to a group of Chinese immigrants who came to Malaya and Singapore between the 1920s and 1940s in search of construction and industrial jobs; and former Amahs who wanted a trained nurse to help care for them during their twilight years. The nursing home currently provides healthcare service to 110 aged residents. The home has basic accessibility features but more could be done to make the environment more conducive for the residents, all of whom are elderly with mobility restrictions.
Photo of Ms Annie (Operational Manager of Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home) giving the TOTO CSR committee members the vicinity tour.
TAC has been a big supporter of universal design to combat with aging population. In 2016, we partnered with Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority (BCA) and donated TOTO WASHLET to Lee Ah Mooi as part of a CSR.
Photo of TOTO Asia Oceania’s CSR Committee members
Building relationships that enrich life is also part of TOTO’s global mission that every TOTO employee should endeavour to achieve. This is not just within our daily business operation, but also in our commitment to give back to our society. Giving back to the community has proved a tremendously enriching experience for all of us.