The Isuzu Malaysia management and media ran at the Kuching Marathon to raise funds for charities in Kuching.

CEO of Isuzu Malaysia Koji Nakamura together with members of Team Isuzu who participated in the Kuching Marathon 2019 handed over mock cheques of funds raised by the team to Hope Place Kuching and Persatuan OKU Kuching.

Receiving Hope Place Kuching was its founder, Kelvin Wan Kwong Wei while representing Persatuan OKU Kuching was its founder, Shen Chiu Hsian.

The team comprising management and staff of Isuzu Malaysia and members of the media ran various distances in the event as part of their efforts to raise funds for local charity.

Hope Place Kuching receiving their mock cheque from Koji Nakamura, CEO of Isuzu Malaysia

Founder of House of Joy Kuching receiving their mock cheque from Koji Nakamura, CEO of Isuzu Malaysia

“It was a tremendous effort by the Team to participate in the marathon and to raise funds for charity. I am grateful to everyone who contributed to the success of this, particularly members of the media who have been extremely supportive of the cause,” said Nakamura.

The funds were partly raised through pledges by Isuzu dealers in Sarawak including Dai Max Automobile, KM Mobil and Rhino Motors who were also represented at the ceremony by Terry Tiong Ung Hung, Tan Kim Hoon and Amy Lim respectively.