Social Commitment

The Company social brand MNC Peduli, which defines all CSR activities of the Company, serves as means to address its societal concerns in Indonesia through various social responsibility activities in infrastructure, education, health and social services.

While the Company, and its business units, directly organizes its own CSR activities, it also formed the Jalinan Kasih Foundation (Yayasan Jalinan Kasih) to conduct other social activities. This foundation aids poor communities by bridging access for surgeries involving harelip, hernia and cataract. It likewise provides free hearing aids to hearingimpaired individuals and organizes fundraising events from television, radio, newspapers and online media audiences.

MNC Group CSR received the TOP CSR Award 2017 in the “Community Services for Education and Health” category. While as Chairman of MNC Group, Hary Tanoesoedibjo also received for the “TOP Leader in CSR Commitment” category.

In 2017, MNC Peduli has engaged in the following social responsibility activities:


  • Conducted blood donation events for internal employees of the Group.
  • Held mass surgeries for cataract, harelip, hernia and individual surgeries for heart, hydrocephalus, tumors and health aids, such as eye cornea, prosthetic limbs, hearing aids, wheelchairs, and others.
  • Distributed 1,000 packages of basic groceries and free medical check-ups in Surabaya.
  • Conducted eye check-ups and distributed 1,000 free eyeglasses for children in East Jakarta, West Jakarta, Central Jakarta, North Jakarta and South Jakarta.


  • Bridge construction in Wajak, in the regency of Malang.


  • Distributed 9,500 packages of basic groceries and donated clothing to 6 cities (Jakarta, Tangerang Selatan, Bandung, Solo, Surabaya and Sidoarjo) and to the victims of Mount Sinabung.
  • Distributed 603 sacrificial animals across Indonesia.
  • Handed over 1,000 donated books to child friendly public spaces (RPTRA) in Kebon Sirih, Kebon Jeruk, Ciliwung and 32 reading spaces in Indonesia.
  • Cleaned up Ciliwung river and distributed 5,000 fingerlings and seedlings for tree planting for the riverbanks of Ciliwung.
  • Distribution of school supply packages for children of flood and landslide victims of Bantul and Pacitan.
  • Conducted media literacy workshops in 29 High Schools and Universities in Indonesia.


  • Participated in constructing 5 Islamic Boarding Schools and 2 Mosques for victims of natural disasters in Greater Aceh, Tuban, Magetan, Pamekasan, Cipayung in East Jakarta, Serang Banten, Jambi and Subang in West Java.
  • Participated in constructing mosques, boarding houses and sanitary Islamic Boarding Schools in Darul Ulum, Sumenep, East Java.
  • Provided financial aid in the construction of Jami Baiturrohmah Mosque.

Social Responsibility activities conducted by the units under the Company, are as follows:


In 2017, RCTI conducted a number of CSR activities, including:

  • In education: conducted media literacy programs in a number of areas in Indonesia.
  • In sports: table tennis competition in West Jakarta.
  • In religion: conducted activities for the Ramadhan month, donated sacrificial animals and donated to mosques, boarding schools, and other houses of worship around the office, gave alms and donations in West Jakarta.
  • In social services & environment: provided basic food supplies, and conducted mass medical check-up and treatment.


  • In education: media literacy and visited several universities and academic institutions in a number of areas in Indonesia. Also held a book donation program at Child-Friendly Integrated Public Space (RPTRA) Kebon Jeruk, through Generasi Cerdas Anak Bangsa (Nation’s Children Smart Generation) thousands of books were sent across Indonesia.
  • In religion: held religious activities for Ramadhan and the Prophet’s birthday, donated sacrificial animals, gave alms and donations, assisted mosques and other houses of worship in Jabodetabek and a number of areas across Indonesia, assisted Christmas celebration of Ministry of Communication and Informatics.
  • In social services & environment: held free eye check-ups and distributed eye glasses, assisted in the 72nd Indonesian Military Anniversary, provided garbage disposal receptacles for Lubang Buaya Jakarta area, Cancer Camp, aid for natural disasters, provided basic food supplies in a number of areas, and donated to institutions in need of aid, free eye check-up and distributed eye glasses at MNC Studios Kebon Jeruk, RPTRA North Jakarta, RPTRA Pulo Indah Penggilingan East Jakarta, Uswatun Hasannah Learning Center West Jakarta.


  • In education: media literacy activities and visited universities and academic institutions in a number of areas in Indonesia.
  • In religion: religious activities for the month of Ramadhan and in celebration of the Prophet’s birthday, donated sacrificial animals, gave alms and donations, aided mosques and other houses of worship in Jabodetabek and a number of areas in Indonesia.
  • In social services & environment: held medical mission and distributed basic food supplies in a number of areas in Indonesia, blood donation of GTV.
  • In health: held a PapSmear check-up.


iNews conducted a number of media literacy activities in universities within several areas in Indonesia, including Jakarta, Bogor, Tangerang, Bekasi Cikarang, Solo and Boyolali.

Recap Jalinan Kasih Foundation (YJK) Data 2017
Data of YJK activities in 2017:

  • Distribution of Hearing Aids.
  • Distribution of prosthetic legs and wheelchairs.
  • Provision of free eye check up and glasses.
  • Mass surgery for cleft lip in Medan, Jambi, Prabumulih, Lampung, Jabodetabek, Karawang, Tasikmalaya, Cirebon, Gombong, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Surabaya and Mataram.
  • Mass surgery for cataract in Sukabumi, Semarang and Tulungagung.
  • Mass surgery for hernia in Semarang and Sukabumi.
  • Social Services general medical treatment in Nagraksari Sukabumi Village.
  • Assistance for natural disaster victims of Mt. Sinabung in North Sumatera and Mt. Agung in Bali.
  • Routine provision of basic goods aiding Jabodetabek communities, especially during natural disasters.

The free cleft lip surgery program ‘Senyum Indonesia’ (Smile Indonesia) in 2017 was held in cooperation with the following hospitals:

  • Accuplast Medan
  • Pertamina Baiturrahim Jambi
  • Pertamina Prabumulih Sumatera Selatan
  • Pertamina Bintang Amin Lampung
  • Islam Cempaka Putih Jakarta
  • Mandaya Karawang
  • TMC Tasikmalaya
  • Ciremai Cirebon
  • SMC Telogorejo Semarang
  • PKU Muhammadiyah Gombong Jawa Tengah
  • Panti Rapih Yogyakarta
  • Mitra Keluarga Surabaya
  • Risa Sentra Medika Mataram NTB

Also, in handling indivudual or regular patients in 2017, was in cooperation with the following hospitals:

  • Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo General Health Center
  • Fatmawati Hospital Jakarta
  • Royal Progress Hospital Jakarta
  • Permata Hospital Depok
  • Hasan Sadikin Hospital Bandung
  • SMC Telogorejo Hospital Semarang
  • Lestari Raharja Hospital Magelang
  • PKU Muhammadiyah Islamic Hospital Gombong
  • Permier Hospital Surabaya

Total number of patients from 2004 up to 2017: 677,177 patients, covering individual or regular patients, mass surgery for cataract, hernia, cleft lip or palate, and general medical treatment.