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Record number of 15 companies participate in CSR Day 2017

A record number of 15 leading companies have joined together to participate in the 16th edition of the day dedicated to Corporate Social Responsibility Day 2017 (CSR Day).

Participating companies and their representatives gathered at the official residence of President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca who met and thanked the companies for their very valid contribution to society.

From San Anton Palace, the groups went to the various works they were scheduled to carry out including painting and decorating, tile laying, gardening and general cleanliness. Some groups chose to gather groups of children from charity and social residences to take them on a tour of places of interest.

The activity involved hundreds of employees from AIS Group, Computime Group, Express Trailers Ltd, Farsons Group, Forestals Group, FTIAS Ltd, Gasco Energy, GreenPak Co-Op, HSBC Bank Malta, HSBC UKCC Malta, Liquigas Malta Ltd, MEUSAC, Multigas Ltd, Nectar Group, and The Tumas Group, truly reflecting a positive social commitment.

CSR Day has become an annual activity that evolved from the Public Holiday feast of St Joseph the Worker which is being celebrated tomorrow.

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