This June, Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta is partnering with Mofomofa, an organization aimed to increase awareness of orangutan conservation in Indonesia, as part of the hotel’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. Established in 2017, Mofomofa focuses on campaigns to rebuild the endangered orangutan habitat in the forest and maintain its survival through various educational programs and sales of merchandise.
Starting from May 2019, the Mofomofa merchandise is available for purchase throughout the hotel with 20% of the proceeds going to Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOSF). The funds raised will contribute to the plantation of 8,000 trees in West Kalimantan and release of 100 Bornean orangutan to their natural haven. The Bornean and Sumatran orangutans have been declared as endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and are fully protected species in Indonesia legislation.
Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta’s collaboration with Mofomofa is one of the hotel’s several CSR initiatives under the “Face” program, supporting its commitment to the environment and community sustainability. Corporate responsibility values are deeply ingrained in Mandarin Oriental’s heritage, as one of the group’s key guiding principle is ‘Acting with Responsibility’. The group’s environmental efforts are designed to make a positive difference in the world, in order to ensure a future that offers the same opportunity for fulfilment that people enjoy today.
To know more or to participate in the program, please contact +62 (21) 2993 8888 or email to email@example.com.