JNE Raises Donations and Sends Free Oxygen Cylinders To Hospitals All Over Indonesia

20 July 2021

July, 2021 – The Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia is not over yet. The impact until now is very influential on various aspects of people’s lives. The highest concern is that health facilities are reducing their capacity because of the high number of transmissions. One of the most needed in all health facilities is oxygen, which is now very limited availability. Seeing this condition, JNE did not remain silent and collaborated with Rumah Zakat through the Oxygen Cylinder Donation program, and with Dompet Kehumanan Media Group (DMKG) for free delivery of oxygen cylinders.

The Oxygen Tube Donation Program is effective from July 9, 2021 until availability is met, and will be distributed to hospitals and health facilities in need. This program applies to all JNE customers who have joined as members of the JNE Loyalty Card (JLC). The donation mechanism is by exchanging points that are already owned by members of 50 points and 130 points (or Rp. 20,000, - or Rp. 50,000, -) which will be distributed and accumulated into oxygen cylinders through Rumah Zakat. JLC members can access the JLC website and choose Rumah Zakat for their points. For customers who are not yet members, you can register on the jlc.jne.co.id website.

Another collaboration is with Dompet Kehumanan Media Group (DKMG), where JNE will help deliver 370 oxygen cylinders for free for COVID-19 patients being treated at 14 Covid Emergency Hospitals in Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Kebumen and Yogyakarta. The ceremonial collaboration will be held on July 19, 2021 at the JNE Central Office, Jl. Tomang Raya no.11, West Jakarta. The delivery of the oxygen cylinders was represented by Ali Sadikin as the Chairman of the Foundation (DKMG) and was accepted by M. Feriadi Soeprapto as the President Director of JNE.

President Director of JNE, M. Feriadi Soeprapto, said that this activity was a form of gratitude for JNE who had delivered the mandate of customer packages for 3 decades. In addition, it is also a form of corporate social responsibility in helping the community and hospitals who are struggling in handling Covid-19. “JNE remains committed to always sharing in goodness by collaborating with various parties. It is hoped that this program will provide the maximum benefit to the community and can ease the burden on the government in accelerating the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.”

Irvan Nugraha, Chief Marketing Officer of Rumah Zakat, said “The Oxygen Tube Donation Program with JNE is inspired by the wisdom of the Indonesian people. The Indonesian people have a culture of cooperation and sharing and this can be seen in the conditions of this pandemic, especially at the time of the scarcity of oxygen gas cylinders, which are currently very much needed. Alhamdulillah, the initiation of this program, was well received by JNE. Hopefully this can expand the community that can be helped.”

Ali Sadikin as Chairman of the DKMG Foundation, expressed his gratitude for the assistance provided by JNE, Benihbaik, and other donors to help deal with the Covid-19 pandemic that is currently hitting Indonesia. In order to recover quickly from Covid-19. Collaborative programs, mutual assistance from various parties, of course, this Covid-19 will be completed quickly and can be overcome in Indonesia,” he said.

JNE’s collaboration with various parties is a strategic collaboration that will continue to be realized in accordance with the spirit of “Connecting Happiness” which is to deliver happiness to remote areas of the country by sharing, loving and caring for others. The program of activities and collaborations that we have initiated can continue to support various positive activities, such as raising donations, sending free aid and others. This proper step is to help ease the burden on the government and can advance the national economy during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Previously, in order to support the government’s program to tackle the Covid-19 Pandemic, JNE also prepared 7,500 vaccines for employees in Greater Jakarta and the public. This free vaccination was held at the GOR Grogol Auditorium, West Jakarta, Jl. Dr. Nurdin IV Grogol Petamburan, Jakarta and Sedayu City Suites Parking floor P2 East Jakarta. Vaccination will take place on 8 -24 July 2021 (except 11 and 18 July 2021, the JNE vaccine center is closed). The JNE Vaccine Center was held in collaboration with the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia, the DKI Jakarta Provincial Health Office, Muhammadiyah Hospital, CEO Forum and Asperindo.


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