Corporate Social Responsibility
For POWERPLUS, Corporate Social Responsibility means being a catalyst for change.
As a world-class organization, we recognise the importance of giving back to the community through education, environment, and other philanthropic efforts.
We strive to set examples for those we work with, for, and around with high standards of environmental management, corporate giving, and maintaining a diverse workforce.
Monetary Contributions to Charitable Organizations
- Moral Help Home Service
- TOUCH Home Care
- Community Chest
- Emirates Tamilians Associaion (Dubai, UAE)
- Kidney Dialysis Foundation
- World Children's Fund (Hong Kong)
- Presbyterian Community Services
- Lions Charity Project
- Singapore Khatib Mandarin
- Muhammadiyah Welfare Home
- The Salvation Army
- Tan Tock Seng Hospital Community Charity Fund
- Singapore Cancer Society
- The Singapore Children's Society
Engaging with the Elderly at TOUCH Community Centre
In June 2015, POWERPLUS made a trip to TOUCH Community Centre to engage the elderly residents in activities, fun and games! It was truly a rewarding and life-changing for many, apart from keeping the old folks engaged and entertained.
Contribution to World Nam Wah Pai Martial Arts Sports Association
POWERPLUS has maintained our longstanding commitment to support the World Nam Wah Pai Martial Arts Sports Association, which promotes self-defence courses in various local learning institutions. It is headquartered in Singapore with branches in New Zealand and Hong Kong.
Establishing Factories in Developing Nations
POWERPLUS's manufacturing facilities in Nigeria, Uzbekistan, India, Russia and Brazil create jobs and stimulate the economic base in the host countries. Apart from helping to create jobs for the locals, POWERPAC engineers based in the aforementioned countries are involved in a skills acquisition program where they educate and impart technical knowledge to the local employees.
Contribution to Tai Guan Ong See Clan Association
POWERPLUS is also a longstanding supporter of Tai Guan Ong See Clan Association, an organization with more than 100,000 members in Singapore. It offers scholarships and bursaries to needy students and conducts computer courses to elderly citizens.
Offering Internships to University Undergraduates
POWERPLUS offers internship opportunities to undergraduates where students' expertise and knowledge are enhanced while being under the tutelage and mentorship during their stint with us.