Advancing the Way People Live,
We believe that corporate responsibility and profitability can go hand in hand; that we win by rising to the call of supporting and protecting our stakeholders – customers, staff, shareholders as well as the communities in which we operate.
Our business model and culture are centred around an enduring purpose: to advance the way people live, sustainably. Sunway’s deeply held core values of Integrity, Humility and Excellence ground our actions and strategies. We embed the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN-SDGs) and ESG considerations into our pursuit, cementing our extensive reputation in offering excellent products and services, facilitating innovations as well as accelerating social impact that turns complex global challenges into lasting, positive change.
At Sunway, we are committed to playing our part in building a more equitable and resilient world – today and for generations to come.
We empower our people across the organisation to proactively lead the change through strategic community activities. Partnering with NGOs, we strive to achieve profound and lasting impact by giving back in ways that align with the unique needs of our local communities, with special emphases on festive outreach, food aid programmes and relief efforts.
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As Malaysia’s largest education-focused social enterprise, the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation underscores Sunway’s unwavering focus on bridging achievement gaps and bringing quality education within reach for individuals facing ongoing barriers to learning opportunity. Our strategy expands upward to benefit schools and tertiary institutions, and outward across a multitude of underserved minorities.
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Urbanisation is changing the way we live and, in some cases, increasing our susceptibility to health-related risks. With the expansion of Sunway Healthcare Group, we see it as our obligation to shed light on, and to develop solutions that mitigate existing challenges within the healthcare value chain, including the growing prevalence of modern diseases and inadequate medical access.