StarHub ropes in IDD Customers on Charity Initiative; 1% of Cost of All StarHub IDD Calls to be Donated to the Courage Fund


Singapore, 30 April 2003 - StarHub, Singapore’s leading infocommunications service provider, announced today that they will be donating, via the StarHub IDD Charity Fund, one per cent of the cost of all IDD 008 and IDD 018 calls made by StarHub’s customers to the Caring for SARS Caregivers Project. This charity initiative will run from today until 28 May 2003.


"Caregivers are our unsung heroes in the fight against the SARS epidemic. On a daily basis, they battle the unknown and we really want to encourage them in their fight. And we believe that we would be able to do even more when our customers join us. As such, we put a new twist to our StarHub IDD Charity Fund by encouraging our customers to use StarHub’s IDD 008 and IDD 018 services. What may seem to be something as routine as making an IDD call will help in building recognition for caregivers, as one per cent of the cost of these calls will be contributed via the StarHub IDD Charity Fund, to help the caregivers affected by SARS," said Mr Andrew Grenville, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, Business Markets, StarHub. "We are confident that our customers will respond enthusiastically to our call, as they have always done. Every IDD call counts and we really hope that our customers will join us in this worthy cause."


The Caring for SARS Caregivers is a project by the Singapore Red Cross to honour and to recognize healthcare professionals for their steadfast service, to care fo StarHub

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