Daiman Group contributes RM15,000 to royal cancer fund

Daiman Group contributed an amount of RM15,000 to Yayasan Kanser Tunku Laksamana Johor to help cancer patients who are unable to afford the hefty medical costs.


The donation was part of the Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility initiative to practice its continuous commitment to care for the local society at large.

A mock cheque of the amount was presented to Johor prince YAM Tunku Abdul Rahman Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Tunku Panglima Johor in conjunction with the 18th edition of the Kembara Mahkota Johor expedition.


The mock cheque was presented by Daiman Group Managing Director Tay Thiam Song at the ceremony held in Kampung Sinaran Baru where the Sultan, his sons and their entourage made a stop as part of the royal expedition on 13th August 2015.

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The donation was to provide aid to those in need under the Yayasan, which was established up by Johor Prince Tunku Abdul Jalil, who is Sultan Ibrahim and DYMM Permaisuri of Johor Raja Zarith Sofiah Almarhum Sultan Idris Shah’s fourth child.


The Yayasan is an excellent example of a good practice led by Johor’s royal family and the Group is honoured and excited to be part of such a noble cause.


One of Daiman Group’s property investment businesses is the Menara Landmark Medical Suites where specialized medical professionals offer a variety of medical services. Menara Landmark Medical Suites also part of the Smart Healthy City & Communities initiative under Iskandar Malaysia.

The Medical Suites includes a Cancer Centre operated by Dr A. Radzi, which is why the Group understood the struggles faced by cancer patients and their family members.


As such, the timely contribution to Yayasan Kanser Tunku Laksamana Johor reflects Daiman Group’s concern in providing aid and medical care to cancer patients.

About Yayasan Kanser Tunku Laksamana Johor


The Yayasan Kanser Tunku Laksamana Johor or Tunku Laksamana Johor Cancer Foundation is the brainchild of Prince of Johor Tunku Abdul Jalil who wanted to help those suffering from and affected by cancer.


Besides engaging professionals to assist cancer patients and their families as well as conducting research about the illness, the Yayasan provides assistance, relief and care to persons suffering from cancer.


Since 2007 until 2011, Johor recorded a total of 16,034 new cancer cases where the most common types of cancer suffered by patients are breast cancer, colorectal cancer and lung or bronchus cancer.


Since the inception of the Yayasan in 2015, Tunku Abdul Jalil has been actively engaging with other cancer patients at hospitals and visiting them and their families to give some form of comfort and advice to them.


2 thoughts on “Daiman Group contributes RM15,000 to royal cancer fund

  1. Assalammualaikum

    Patik Roslim Abdul Rani berasal dari kedah pernah melihat Majalah 3 menyiarkan program pemasyuran Sultan Johor dan juga tersentuh melihat kesanggupan Tunku Laksamana yang ingin membantu pesakit-pesakit cancer. Patik ingin memohon apa-apa bantuan dari Yayasan Cancer Tunku Laksamana sekiranya dapat membantu Ibu Saudara saya Chempawan Binti Azizon yang sudah 13 tahun menghadapi penyakit cancer payudara dan dalam tempoh 8 bulan sebelum september 2015 ini telahpun di diagnos semula cancernya kembali aktif dan sekarang ini telahpun ke tahap ke-4. Patik berharap sangat Yayasan Tunku ini dapat meringankan beban keluarga patik dalam perubatan cancer ibu saudara patik ini.


    Sekian terima kasih.


    1. Hi En. Roslim,

      Good day to you.

      Received your msg with thanks and has forwarded this to Pejabat Kesihatan Daerah Johor Bahru (PKDJB).
      They will most probably contact either you or your ibu saudara soon.
      thank you.


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