Medan, September 17, 2021 – As part of the KAMI PEDULI Sustainability Program, Regal Springs Indonesia awarded scholarships worth IDR 120 million to 40 students from Toba and Samosir Regencies on Friday (17/09) through an online ceremony.
David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs at Regal Springs Indonesia, stated that these scholarships are part of the company’s efforts to contribute and assist the community in accessing education. “We are delighted to have the opportunity to contribute to the community, particularly in helping alleviate the economic burden on families due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Tampubolon said.
This scholarship program is one of the Sustainability Programs under KAMI PEDULI and is awarded to students in the vicinity of Regal Springs Indonesia’s operational areas to support the local government’s educational initiatives.
Irma Suryani, the Head of Pardamean Ajibata Village in Toba Regency, welcomed the scholarship program from Regal Springs Indonesia. “We express our gratitude and hope that these assistance programs will continue. Not only in education but also in improving the economy for the younger generation, and we look forward to the positive impact of Regal Springs Indonesia’s caring programs on the local community in the future,” Irma said.
Tambatua Sirait, the Head of Pardomuan Ajibata Village, also expressed appreciation for the KAMI PEDULI program. “We thank the KAMI PEDULI program. May these good activities continue, and may other programs be implemented to enhance positive social impact in Pardomuan Village,” Sirait said.
One of the scholarship recipients, Monicha Manurung from Medan State University, expressed the significant benefit of this educational assistance. “Our parents are greatly assisted, especially in the current situation, and this scholarship motivates us to study even more diligently,” Monicha said.
In addition to scholarships, under the education pillar of KAMI PEDULI, Regal Springs Indonesia has also provided assistance to honorary teachers in Toba and Samosir Regencies, as well as computer training for small business owners in Parapat, Simalungun Regency, North Sumatra.
“We certainly hope that this program can continue and be enhanced. Therefore, we seek support from all parties,” Tampubolon concluded.