(TH) Sime Darby Motors Thailand’s “Pun Sook” Event

In supporting its local communities, Sime Darby Motors (Thailand) recently organized the “Sime Darby Pun Sook”, a donation drive to collect items such as dry food to be placed in a “Tu Pun Sook” or community pantries, to help those in need during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

As part of the donation drive, a sales event was held on 13 and 14 June 2020 at Sime Darby Motors (Thailand), and during the event, Managing Director, Mr Paul Chan Aing Sheng, together with Executive Chairman of Lockton Wattana Insurance Brokers (Thailand), Khun Wattana Wongvisesnopakun showed support by contributing to the good cause. 

The events were held at 9 showrooms for Sime Darby Mazda, Sime Darby Vantage and Performance Motors respectively, with the “Tu Pun Sook” placed in front of the showrooms.

Customers who participated in the sales event also contributed to the “Tu Pun Sook” donation drive, with Sime Darby Motors (Thailand) giving out free cloth shopping bags as a show of thanks. 

We are proud of Sime Darby Motors (Thailand) for supporting its local communities during this time of need.

What is “Tu Pun Sook”?
"Community pantries" (pantries of sharing) also known as “Tu Pun Sook” are on the rise as Thais increasingly donate daily necessities to people affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Typical items placed inside the pantries include rice, fruit juice, milk, eggs, instant noodles and water. A community pantry has no ownership. Once it is set up, it belongs to that community and those in need are welcome to take what is required for their families.

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