Doubling joy of harvest festivals


  • Community
  • Monday, 05 Jun 2017

The Courts team led by Low with children from Rumah Anak Yatim Asnaf As Sakinah in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

CONSUMER electronics and furniture retailer Courts Malaysia Sdn Bhd brought joy to four homes in conjunction with the Gawai and Kaamatan celebrations in Sabah and Sarawak, earlier this month.

The homes that benefited from the retailer’s Rumah Amal Courts programme, which is in its third year, were Care Haven Children’s Home and Rumah Anak Yatim & Asnaf As Sakinah in Kota Kinabalu, Rumah Seri Kenangan Home for the Aged in Kuching and Miri Home for the Aged in Miri.

In line with its commitment to give back to the communities it operates in, Courts presented RM8,300 worth of electronic items, furniture and home essentials to the homes. The retailer’s objective is to make a difference in the lives of over 150 people as they celebrate unity, aspiration and hope during the Gawai and Kaamatan harvest festivals.

“As one of the leading retailers in the country, Courts Malaysia is dedicated to helping communities and bringing joy into their homes for Gawai and Kaamatan.

Low (standing, second from right) with other Courts Malaysia employees as well as the caretakers and children of Care Haven Children’s Home in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Low (standing, second from right) with other Courts Malaysia employees as well as the caretakers and children of Care Haven Children’s Home in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

“We hope that this gift will make a difference and have a positive impact on their lives, bringing them joy and light for the days ahead,” Courts Malaysia marketing director Low Bee Yin said.

Through this programme, Courts Malaysia and its partner, 1Malaysia for Youth, aim to help more disadvantaged Malaysians and give them a better quality of life.

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