JTK contributes regularly as part of its corporate social responsibility to various causes. Ir Dr. Kriban G N, managing director of JTK, has been involved in organising a number of events geared to assisting communities, in uplifting socio-economics and providing the basic tools for livelihood. Often this has been done in partnership with the Rotary Club of Damansara. He has been general secretary to the Spina Bifida Association of Malaysia since 2012 and in that time has undertaken significant projects to raise funds and awareness of the illness.
|May 2018||An article on the “East Coast Spina Bifida Awareness Day 2018” has been published in the Malaysia Pediatric Association newsletter.|
|14th April 2018||The Spina Bifida Association of Malaysia (SIBIAM) organized the first “East Coast Spina Bifida Awareness Day 2018” on 14th April 2018 in collaboration with the Rehabilitation Medicine Unit, Dept of Orthopedics & Traumatology PPUKM, Rehabilitation Medicine and Paediatric Department of Hospital Tengku Ampuan Afzan (HTAA), Paediatric Department of International Islamic University Malaysia Medical Centre (IIUMMC) and the Rotary Club Damansara. Report enclosed.|
|Dec 2017||Sibiam AGM and Family Day organised with keen support from Norliza binti Derahman JTK secretary, JTK MD Ir Dr Kriban G N and SIbiam committee members. See full presentation enclosed and write up about Sibiam enclosed|
|Attending a press conference for the Sibiam Charity Concert which raised RM 263,000 in cash and a significant amount of contributions in kind.|
|Sibiam Home visit to Madam Chin’s residence in Cheras to identify needs and possible support to be provided. Arising from this visit her son Lee Jing Yuk who is born with SB, was given a wheel chair and his home toilet modified to be disable friendly.|
|Sibiam AGM and Family Day.|
|Yao Minh Charity Concert which rai|
sed RM 40,000 for Sibiam.
|Sibiam Christmas Cheer Day organized with Support from Rotary Club of Damansara and Nanyang Foundation.|
|2011||Sibiam Family Day organized with Support from Rotary Club of Damansara.|
|2007-2010||The JTK team has been providing free technical support to identify the building upgrading works required and the engineering solutions for Montfort Boys Town in Shah Alam, an organisation which has been equipping poor and needy boys and girls with living skills since 1959.|
|2009||JTK was involved in upgrading a rural classroom in an estate school in Batang Berjuntai. JTK staff member Mr Nagenthiran organised delivery of furniture for the school needs.|
|A delegation of the Damansara Rotary Club and the Interact Club of the elc International School was led by Ir Dr Kriban G N to Cambodia in July 2007 to visit a landmine victim centre in Siam Reap. This visit included a fact finding tour to draw up a strategy for rainwater harvesting and filter systems for Cambodian villages and rural schools. During the visit US $6027 raised by the elc interactors was handed over to Anchor Association for the Disabled an NGO providing shelter and training to land mine victims. See full report enclosed.|
|July 2005 to June 2017||JTK has been contributing financially to annual charity fundraising dinners held by the Rotary Club of Damansara since 2005. The money raised has been used for numerous projects in support of the needy by the club.|
|Dec 2005||In December 2005, Ir Dr Kriban joined a delegation from the Rotary Club of Greentown to distribute books and other educational items to Tonly Barty School near Phnom Pehn, Cambodia. The books were for a modest school library which had been set up a year earlier. During the visit, rainwater harvesting and solar-powered electricity were identified as potential projects to be taken up for the school in the future.|