Community Support

Transforming lives, shaping the future

From the Heart of Many for Many

Going beyond our vision to provide exceptional and innovative products and services that help protect lives across the world, we are committed to creating a positive impact on society. The driving engine of our group is that our foundation is built upon a culture of care.  This is reflected in our outreach programmes, through which we aim to provide financial assistance and contributions in-kind to communities in need, promote good health in rural areas, as well as to empower youth in fulfilling their potential, amongst others. 

Birthing Kit Foundation

Mun is a proud supporter of the Birthing Kit Foundation Australia (BKFA) – a humanitarian organisation that provides birthing kits and education in clean birthing practices to women giving birth at home in remote regions of the developing world. BKFA works with Mun, Australian communities and several global organisations to pack and supply clean birth kits to these pregnant women.

Through our partnership, Mun has donated over 1.2 million exam gloves to BKFA’s cause. Each kit contains a plastic sheet, soap, two gloves, three cords, five gauze squares and a sterile scalpel blade: essential tools for providing clean birthing conditions for women in developing countries.

YWAM Medical Ships

YWAM is a global charity that supports and develops communities in Papua New Guinea (PNG) by addressing their healthcare and training needs. Teams of volunteers make the sea voyage to these remote communities up to seven times per year, providing access to food, clean drinking water, shelter, quality health care and educational opportunities. They also forge strong partnerships with these communities, reflecting their vision to promote stronger ties between Australia and PNG.

Mun is extremely proud to support their efforts through the donation of gloves, financial contributions, and fundraising events. Our gloves are used in the dental clinic and in the primary healthcare clinic, where locals can visit with their health concerns.