Community Give-back and Uplifting

Community give-back and uplifting involves employing the Group’s resources to develop and implement social and environmental initiatives and programs to create social, economic, and environmental impacts outside of the Group, advocate for good social causes, and uplift communities in need. 
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Why It Matters to Us

We are in the sports retail industry, and people are at the heart of what we do. Sports only count when people are playing them. But sports, including golf, can also act as a driver to create healthier communities. Stronger and more resilient communities are essential measures of progress, and they are a vital asset of resilience against larger issues, such as climate change. Sustainability won’t go far without sustainable people. So it’s important for us to focus and prioritize our resources to create platforms and assistance for the communities around us. As part of a larger community, we understand that we can’t solve everything alone. So part of our strategy is to partner with people and organizations who put their effort into good social causes, amplify their work, and create impacts beyond what we are capable of. 

Key Strategies

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Golf For Good - Use golf as a platform to set up opportunities to uplift, do good, and create wellness for our stakeholders, especially underprivileged communities.

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Partnerships & Impact Amplification - Leverage the power of passionate people doing good to create impacts that could lead to institutional changes. 

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Eco & Social Volunteerism - Channel MST Golf community workforce to contribute their time and effort for good social and environmental causes. 

Initiative Highlights

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Sponsorship contribution for Team Malaysia in Special Olympics Berlin World Games 2023
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Hosted golf experiential learning session with Dignity For Children Foundation
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Invited Persons with Learning Disabilities for a tea break at MST Golf Subang HQ office

In The Pipeline

Organize 100-pax beach clean up in August 2023

Provide golf training for Special Olympics Malaysia athletes 

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UN Sustainable Development Goals​