Wilmar Distribution of 1,012 Sacrificial Animals to Communities

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Wilmar Distribution of 1,012 Sacrificial Animals to Communities. Photo by: Wilmar

PALMOILMAGAZINE, JAKARTA – Ahead of Idul Adha, Wilmar plans to distribute 1,012 sacrificial animals, including 505 cows and 507 goats, across its operations in Indonesia.

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The distribution will be facilitated through village officers, mosques, non-governmental organizations, orphanages, prominent figures, and local communities, aiming to involve a broader audience.

According to Erlina Panitri, Head of Human Capital at Wilmar, this initiative has become an annual tradition as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts. She emphasized that this aligns with Wilmar’s mission to make positive contributions to the communities where it operates.

“The company aims to honor the spirit of Idul Adha by sharing with the local population,” Erlina stated in an official statement to Palmoilmagazine.com on Tuesday, June 11, 2024.

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The animals to distribute would cover Region West Sumatera, Region South Sumatera, Bengkulu, Region North Sumatera, Bangko, Batam, Region Riau, Pulo Gadung, Cikarang, Serang, Ngawi, Gresik, Mojokerto, Region Central Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, Balikpapan, Banjarmasin, Luwuk, Bitung, and Loa Duri.

Erlina continued, Idul Adha would be not only sacrificing animals but also about realizing the values of care, solidarity, and sharing with friends. The company also hoped, by having and implementing the program that directly touches what the people need of, it would reinforce the bond between the company and the people. “We are inspired to keep implementing (the programs) so that in every our operational, the people would get the advantages,” she said. (T2)

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