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Raising the bar for children’s future


Tengku Amir Shah (fourth from left, in black T-shirt), Sunway Bhd President’s Office executive vice-president Evan Cheah (third from left), Yayasan Islam Darul Ehsan board of trustee member Mohd Salim Sain (second from left, in purple shirt), Leong (second from right) and Ecolab Singapore and Malaysia managing director and vice-president Ong Kian Tick (right) with guests and children from PKAYDEM during the launch

Tengku Amir Shah (fourth from left, in black T-shirt), Sunway Bhd President’s Office executive vice-president Evan Cheah (third from left), Yayasan Islam Darul Ehsan board of trustee member Mohd Salim Sain (second from left, in purple shirt), Leong (second from right) and Ecolab Singapore and Malaysia managing director and vice-president Ong Kian Tick (right) with guests and children from PKAYDEM during the launch

WHILE most hotel soap – used once or twice – usually end up in landfills, Sunway Hotels and Resorts has now found a more sustainable way to repurpose them to help communities in need.

The hospitality group kicked off #SunwayForGood #SunwaySoapful project, a soap repurposing project to help selected homes set up a social enterprise programme.

Central Region

   

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