Gamuda Walk is inviting shoppers and patrons to its mall in Kota Kemuning, Shah Alam to do their part for the local communities.
Named “Ringg-It for my School”, the campaign aims to assist local schools in acquiring necessities such as computers, books, stationery and sport equipment as well as funds to repair the schools’ facilities that students should have for a conducive learning environment.
“A town is a community where people know one another, live and play together and look out for each other.
“A town is all about people and diversity so we do our part to help one another, in this instance the schools and students around Kota Kemuning, to help them gain access to better learning facilities and environment,” said Gamuda Land chief operating officer Ngan Chee Meng.
The “Ringg-It for my School” campaign until Oct 29 invites shoppers to show support towards their selected school in three simple steps.
Step 1: Shop or make a minimum purchase of RM1 at any retail store at Gamuda Walk (excluding purchases from money changer, telco bill payment, and temporary booth such as flea markets and roadshow).
Step 2: With the retail receipt, proceed to the designated redemption booth on the ground floor to exchange for the voting slip.
Step 3: Shoppers vote for their school of choice using the voting slip. The school with the most votes will be the first prize winner (only receipt on the same date of purchase are eligible to vote).
The winning schools will receive cash vouchers and products or services based on their ranking as voted by the shoppers.
Ten selected schools will receive cash vouchers, products and services worth a total of RM67,500.
Prizes range from RM20,000 in cash vouchers, products and services for the school ranked in the top spot to RM2,500 worth of cash vouchers, products and services for the school in 10th place.
Some of the participating schools are SK Kota Kemuning, SK Bukit Kemuning 2, SK Bukit Rimau, SK Taman Sri Muda 1, SJK (C) Chung Hwa and SMK Kota Kemuning.
Shoppers can contribute by visiting Gamuda Walk with a minimal spend of RM1 to help support better education for children in the community.