IPOH: About 60 Rentokil Initial Ipoh (RII) employees volunteered in the giving back to the community through corporate social responsibility programme, held at the Ray Of Hope (ROH) here recently.
The employees were seen sharing time with the 20 children, as well as educating them on cleanliness and practising good personal hygiene.
There was a talk on dengue awareness which emphasised on the danger of dengue -- a disease carried by Aedes mosquitos and its preventive measures.
Meanwhile, the personal hygiene awareness talk encouraged the residents on proper hand washing steps and good washroom habits to prevent hand, foot and mouth disease.
There were also other fun and interactive activities such as quizzes and sing-along songs.
As a token of participation, RII human resources director Davis Chung presented a certificate to ROH director, Datin Mary Yeoh.
Besides, the RII also donated provisions and carried out gotong-royong and general pest residual spraying around the home compound.
ROH is a centre cater for students with learning disabilities undergoing training like handicrafts, dancing and bakery skills.
Presently, it has 76 students, aged between five and 32 years, attending its special classes.
Those who wish to volunteer or donate can call 05-548 8796.