Medan, November 22, 2021 – Regal Springs Indonesia extends humanitarian aid in the form of food packages to the flood victims in Serdang Bedagai, North Sumatra, as part of its commitment and collaborative efforts with other stakeholders to alleviate the burden of the displaced individuals through the KAMI PEDULI program. The assistance was witnessed by the Regent of Sergai, Darma Wijaya, and was directly handed over by Dian Octavia, Senior Manager of Corporate & Community Affairs at Regal Springs Indonesia, to the Chairman of the Forum for Environmental and Corporate Social Responsibility (FTJSLP) of Sergai Regency, Ir. H. Indra Syahputra, M.P, and the Head of Bappeda Kab. Sergai, Rusmiani Purba S.P, M.Si, and the Secretary of Sergai Regency, H. M. Faisal Hasrimy AP, MAP on Monday (11/22).
During the symbolic handover of the aid, Regent Darma Wijaya expressed gratitude for the support from all parties. “May this assistance be utilized to the fullest for the benefit of the flood victims, and may the situation be restored to normal. The regency needs the collective support of all stakeholders to help the government of Serdang Bedagai Regency in overcoming this flood disaster,” said Darma.
Dian stated that Regal Springs Indonesia, as the first company to join the FTJSLP forum of Sergai Regency, is providing assistance for flood victims and also supporting river normalization efforts. “The company’s support is channeled through the FTJSLP Forum to affected residents, especially those severely impacted in the areas of Sei Rampah Subdistrict, Tanjung Beringin Subdistrict, and surrounding areas. Additionally, we are also providing support to the regency in the efforts of normalizing the Belutu River up to the Bedagai River,” said Dian.
David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs at Regal Springs Indonesia, expressed hope that the affected areas and flood victims can recover swiftly. “Amidst this pandemic, what matters most is our collective endeavor to synergize and collaborate effectively with all parties,” Tampubolon hoped.