Join 3-hour virtual fundraiser event featuring singer Resh and 17 Malaysian artistes


Resh and his friends are showcasing a three-hour virtual show for charity this Saturday. Photo: Reshlikeitis

Malaysian artiste Resh (formerly known as Reshmonu) and his friends are putting together a three-hour virtual show for charity on Sept 23, from 3pm onwards.

Resh & Friends – Tell It Like It Is will be hosted by Resh and Linora Low.

It also features 17 Malaysian artistes including Elvira Arul, Zameera, Jo Kukathas, Harry Kok, Alif Satar, Balan Kashmir, Harvinth Skin, Damian Mikhail, Sarah Lian, Vince Chong, Dewi Liana, Dina Nadzir, Mimifly and Atilia Haron.

“Together we hope to raise significant funds and contribute to communities in need,” read the press statement regarding the event.

“Donations collected will go to selected individuals or NGOs that are addressing ongoing problems such as financial difficulties, education inequality and mental health.

“We also want to raise awareness to as many Malaysians as we can,” it further stated.

Resh & Friends – Tell It Like It Is will be streamed live at http://bit.ly/tellitlikeitis2021.

Tickets to the online show are by a minimum contribution of RM20. Additional amount are most welcomed.

For more information go to its Facebook page (reshlikeitis) or Instagram page (@reshlikeitis).

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