PT Anabatic Technologies Tbk (Anabatic Technologies), assisted by the Corporate People Development team of PT Computrade Technology International (CTI Group) as one of its subsidiaries, held another blood donation event on Thursday (02/11/2023). This time, as part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, Anabatic collaborated with the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) of Tangerang Selatan in an event called Anabatic Berbagi Kasih.
This activity has been held three times throughout 2023 with participation from Anabatic Group employees and the general public. The hope is that this program can help the availability of blood stocks at PMI, especially PMI Tangerang Selatan, and encourage a healthy lifestyle for donors.
“This social activity is a form of company contribution in realizing care for others. We are very grateful for the participation of the donors and hope to continue to make useful contributions to the wider community,” said Shahnas Ayu Swaradheka, Corporate Secretary Representative of PT Anabatic Technologies Tbk.
The participation of Anabatic Group employees shows the support and spirit of togetherness from within the company. On the one hand, they also feel proud to be able to contribute positively to the community. The blood donation program was held regularly with the active participation of employees, and it was a great success.
Collaborating closely with PMI is crucial to the success of Anabatic Technologies’ blood donation program. Through effective partnerships, the blood donation process can run smoothly, safely, and efficiently. To ensure the comfort and safety of every donor, PMI’s medical team works closely with Anabatic Technologies. Both Anabatic Technologies and PMI are motivated to maintain continuity and support blood needs because the program has been successful.
“The blood donation program organized by Anabatic Technologies in collaboration with PMI Tangerang Selatan is a clear example of how companies can play an active role in helping many people. With the synergy of various parties, increased public awareness, and high employee participation,” Shahnas concluded.