MNC Peduli with Sahabat Belanja LotteMart Rehabilitate the Bridge in Cipluk Kendal
Posted On 17 July, 2018 by Administrator
JAKARTA – The donation of Sahabat Belanja LotteMart that has been collected from all LotteMart counters in Indonesia since November 2017 is handed over to MNC Peduli (Yayasan Jalinan Kasih) to rehabilitate the damaged bridge in isolated area in Cipluk Sub-village, Sidokumpul Mulyo Village, Patean-Kendal, Central Java.
MNC Peduli cooperation with LotteMart Indonesia is to rehabilitate a bridge with 85 meters length which has not fully function and not budgeted by local budget.
This bridge is the main connecting road access of Cipluk Sub-village with a population of more than 1,700 people for socio-economic activities that are needed by the community, especially facilitating children to go to school and shorten the distance up to 15 kilometers.
The donation from Sahabat Belanja LotteMart to MNC Peduli is symbolically given by the Marketing Director of PT. LotteMart Indonesia Evi Lionawan to the Chairman of MNC Peduli Syafril Nasution.
"Our expectation, this bridge rehabilitation activities get a positive response from Sahabat Belanja LotteMart, so more and more LotteMart's shopping buddies are keen to donate and share to others in the next bridge rehabilitation program," said Evi at LotteMart Green Pramuka Square, Cempaka Putih, Central Jakarta, Tuesday (July 17, 2018).
Meanwhile, Chairman of MNC Peduli Syafril Nasution would like to thank LotteMart Indonesia for the donation given for the rehabilitation of the bridge in the remote area.
"We would like to thank LotteMart who regularly cooperate with MNC Peduli. This cooperation is not the first time, we have done several activities such as bridge construction in Malang, distributed 2,000 packages to the dhuafa, and others," said Syafril.
With the rehabilitation of the bridge in Cipluk Sub-village, the residents can cut 15 kilometers distance of travel. This is considered very helpful to the community.
"Our expectation of this cooperation can be developed," concluded Syafril.