[SHAH ALAM, 26 November 2023] — Worldwide Holdings Berhad (WHB), a leading conglomerate in Selangor committed to sustainable development, proudly announces a significant donation of RM100,000 to the Raja Tun Uda Library Foundation. The generous contribution underscores WHB's dedication to fostering education and culture within the community.
The acknowledgment of WHB's donation took place during the foundation's launch event on the 23rd of November 2023 at Tun Raja Uda Library. The ceremony, held at this esteemed institution, was graced by the presence of His Royal Highness DYMM Sultan Selangor Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Alhaj, who officiated the event. Also in attendance was the Chairman of Raja Tun Uda Library Foundation, YAD Engku Setia Lela Bestari Raja Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Arshad bin Raja Tun Uda.
While the donation was not physically presented at the event, His Royal Highness acknowledged WHB's commitment to the foundation's noble cause by presenting a certificate of appreciation to WHB's Group Chief Executive Officer, Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria.
Datin Paduka Norazlina Zakaria expressed her enthusiasm about WHB's participation in supporting the foundation's noble cause. She remarked, "At WHB, we believe in the transformative power of education and culture. Our donation to the Raja Tun Uda Library Foundation is a testament to our commitment to building a society that thrives on knowledge and inclusivity."
The Raja Tun Uda Library Foundation, established with the vision of enriching the community through an extensive collection of knowledge, aims to raise funds from corporate entities and individuals. These funds will contribute towards expanding the library's collection to cater to the diverse needs of individuals from all walks of life.
WHB is proud to be among the esteemed entities that have collectively raised an impressive total fund of RM3.3 million for the foundation. The funds raised will contribute to the continuous enhancement of the Raja Tun Uda Library, ensuring it remains a beacon of knowledge for generations to come.