As part of Plataran Indonesia commitment to contribute to Indonesia and the Indonesian people, we invite you to learn more about our Corporate Social Responsibility activities.
Donation to Public Medical Center in Wollo, Jayawijaya, Papua
Donated a portable USG to a Public Medical Center in Wollo, Jayawijaya, Papua, in a mission together with Wahana Visi Indonesia.
Donation to Ronald McDonald House by Ronald McDonald House Charities
A Ronald McDonald House is that “home-away-from-home” for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost. Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is a nonprofit institution founded on 14 February 2011 and has a separate management (independent) from McDonald's Indonesia. The Foundation is focused in the health problems and the improvement of the life quality of Indonesian children through health programs.
Rumah Plataran Indonesia
Located in Dusun Tanjungan, Magelang, Central Java, Rumah Plataran Indonesia provides free medical care and medicines for the villagers surrounding.
Open from Monday and Thursday from 8 am to 13 pm
Pelataran Fakultas Hukum Universitas Indonesia
In December 2015, Plataran has developed a multi-purpose park with a stage located in the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia which has been officially inaugurated by the rector of UI, the dean of FHUI and the chairman of Plataran Indonesia.
Donation to Yayasan Sentuhan Kasih Anak Indonesia
“Sentuhan Kasih Anak Indonesia” Foundation is an independent non-profit organization that have a high concern in helping those who need fund treatment for all kinds of disease, not just kids with cancer.
Donation to Yayasan Kanker Indonesia
The Indonesian Cancer Foundation is a non-governmental organization with the purpose to support the government of Indonesia in its efforts to fight cancer, by taking promotional, preventive, as well as rehabilitative measures and supportive activities.
Donation for Shave For Hope event in 2015
A people's movement to raise awareness, empathy, and funding for Indonesian kids with cancer. The event was jointly organized by Pita Kuning Anak Indonesia Foundation (YPKAI), a Jakarta-based community for children with cancer, and the Asian Medical Students' Association Indonesia (AMSA). At the event, as well as raising money for cancer patients, participants also shaved their heads in solidarity with those who suffer hair loss after undergoing chemotherapy.