Pupils help underprivileged peers at SK Sri Petaling

(From left) Asha Krishnan, Ryan Benedict, Raphael Ariano, Karthik Selva and Josiah Rapha are among the pupils who donated non-perishable items for their SK Sri Petaling’s Deepavali charity drive.

THE saying “charity begins at home” proved true for SK Sri Petaling pupils who did their part to help their peers.

In conjunction with Deepavali, a group of parents and their children donated non-perishable food to 50 pupils at the school in Section 12, Petaling Jaya.

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