Needy children treated to tasty buka puasa buffet

Wei Ken serving food to the children during the buka puasa event at the M Summit 191 Executive Hotel Suites in Jalan Magazine, Penang.

A TOTAL of 45 needy children were all smiles when they were treated to a buka puasa buffet at the M Summit 191 Executive Hotel Suites in Jalan Magazine, George Town.

Aged between four and 18, the children from Rumah Anak Kesayangan Kepala Batas and Madrasah Tahfiz Darul Ukasha Sungai Ara tucked into an assortment of food like char koay teow, roast lamb, curry chicken and satay over two consecutive days.

At the event held at The Skye Event Space on the 20th floor,

M Summit Group founder and managing director Datuk Albert Moh handed each child a goodie bag containing a Hari Raya motif face mask, school bag, lunch box, fancy cup, toys and cookies.

Apart from the goodies, the orphanage and tahfiz school also received RM2,000 each from the hotel.

The sale of buffet dinner tickets sold over the two days contributed to the funds while the hotel topped up the rest.

Rumah Anak Kesayangan Kepala Batas head Roslina Sulaiman said it was good that the home’s 25 children got to go out during this festive season.

The ‘Jom Beriftar Sambil Beramal’ dinner was among the hotel’s charity initiatives for this year.

The hotel is part of M Summit Group, which is also a property developer.

In March, M Summit Group won the Platinum Award for CSR at The Star Outstanding Business Awards event in Kuala Lumpur.

Last year, the group celebrated its 20th anniversary through a series of monthly corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.

Also present were M Summit 191 general manager Moh Wei Ken, M Summit Group purchasing director Datin Jennifer Ong and group development planning manager Moh Wei Ren.

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