Show of support in COVID-19 fight

imagine joined hands with YMRM in providing medical scrubs to frontliners as a show of support in the COVID-19 fight.

The public can donate to fund the production of medical scrubs at YMRM under imagine’s A-Dollar-A-Cheer and #imagineAnation umbrella until October 31.

Imagine prepaid and postpaid mobile customers can donate by typing ‘Scrub[space]1/5/10/15/20/50/100’ and send to 39998, while non-customers can donate via imagine’s website portal at www.imagine.com.bn.

YMRM Managing Director Hitesh R Bhawnani, said, “The initiative is a sample of the possibility offered through collaboration among companies from different sectors, but with the common goal towards social commitment.

“imagine and YMRM Enterprise are doing the utmost best to deliver relief and motivation for our frontliners who are tirelessly working for the nation.”

The campaign aims to provide medical scrubs to frontliners. PHOTO: YMRM

Meanwhile, imagine CEO Suzannawati binti Haji Suharju highlighted the importance of inter-company cooperation as the country comes to grips with a global pandemic.

Cooperation such as these, she said, “aims to create a more meaningful impact within the communities that we serve. Being Bruneian ourselves we hope that our country can recover as fast as possible. We appreciate that these frontliners are sacrificing their lives to ensure that the rest of the nation can remain safe.

“Our partnership with YMRM is not just about supporting these national heroes but is also testament that if we work together as a community, we can further strengthen the support our nation still needs in facing Covid-19”.

Since the beginning of Brunei’s second wave earlier in August, imagine has worked alongside the the Ministry of Education, non-government organisations as well as through the company’s own initiatives to provide different forms of relief to the government and underprivileged families.

To date, imagine has allocated over 3TB of data and has donated devices to financially challenged students, donating blood to support Brunei’s blood bank needs, presented monetary donations to the government’s COVID-19 relief fund, and opened its SMS and website channels to receive public donations for a number of initiatives.