RM1 from requested Body Shop’s paper bag will be donated to SCCS
By:Sarah Hafizah Chandra
Date:
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KUCHING: The ‘One Bag One Hope’ campaign by The Body Shop Sarawak will collect RM1 for every paper bag requested by customers, with proceeds going to the Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS).

According to The Body Shop Sarawak, the donations earned will be utilised to assist SCCS in enhancing the lives of children with cancer and their families.

“Beginning June 1, we will collect RM1 for every paper bag requested by customers and donate it to SCCS.

“This initiative is to help them in assisting children with cancer and their families,” said The Body Shop Sarawak in a post on its social media page.

They also expressed gratitude to members of the public for their help and support.

“Let’s fight for a better and more beautiful world,” it added.

To find out more about SCCS’s work, search for @sccsmy on Facebook.

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