Recently Guardian Malaysia treated 55 children from Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary KL, a registered Home with the Welfare Department run with donations from the public. It is a foster Home for children from poor families, dysfunctional families, single parents and orphans The 55 children were given the opportunity to shop for whatever they want at the recently remodeled Guardian store at Berjaya Times Square and each received presents including tokidoki cuddly toys.
Karyll Chee, a Guardian’s Face of Healthy Beauty winner was present to spend time with the children at the Guardian store. She said she was so happy that Guardian, in this season of giving, had given the children the opportunity to shop for what they wanted and to experience the pleasure of shopping. “Seeing their happy faces really makes me feeling so grateful and blessed with what I have,” she added. In Kuching, Sarawak, Guardian had also worked with The Spring shopping mall Kuching and Bintulu to deliver more than RM9000 worth of daily necessities for Sarawak’s Children Cancer Society and Extrameal Bintulu.
Guardian also visited some children from Sarawak’s Children Cancer Society who are being treated at Kuching’s General Hospital where they were given tokidoki plush toys to bring cheer to them.
Additionally, Guardian customers also personally contributed their own cheer to the needy by buying products at the Guardian store at The Spring Shopping Mall in Kuching and Bintulu and dropping them off at the cashier counters to be delivered to Hope Place Kuching, The Salvation Army and Extrameal Bintulu. This campaign for The Spring Kuching ended on 18 December while for The Spring Bintulu, it will end on 20 December 2019. These products will be collected and distributed to these charity organisations at the end of December 2019.
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