Entrepreneurs hold joint charity sale

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TOWARDS HELPING THE NEEDY

KUCHING: A group of local Kuching entrepreneurs are collaborating together to contribute to the needy community through Hope Place by organising a charity sale.

These business owners will contribute RM2 for every sale they make from a box of face masks, and they target to sell 8,000 boxes of face masks through the charity sale.

The entrepreneurs who are collaborating in this special charity sale are Anthony Chua, Andy Tang and Jason Bong from Easy Move Sdn. Bhd., Flexxo Trading Sdn. Bhd.,  Specasts Industries Sdn. Bhd. and few other business owners.

The general public may purchase these face masks at these outlets, namely Tea Time Café at Jalan Kereta Api; Coollala at CityOne;

Flexo Trading Sdn.Bhd. at Rock Road and O2O Concept Café at Muara Tabuan, (opposite Sama Jaya Apartment).

Moreover, the charity sale started yesterday and to last until Sept 13.

The total donations collected will be used to purchase food aid and be given to Hope Place.

Founder of Hope Place Kelvin Wan expressed his gratitude and thanks to all these entrepreneurs for their generosity and support.

Members of the public interested in making a donation to Hope Place can do so via fund transfer or bank in to Persatuan Kebajikan Harapan Kuching (Maybank account number 5112-8900-1160).

For more information, Hope Place can be reached at 013-567 2775. Opening hours are from 8.30am to 5pm (Mondays to Fridays) and 8.45am to 12pm on Saturdays.

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