Campaign raises funds for needy kids on the spectrum


(From left) Mohd Hafizi, Chef Wan, Azmir and Izree Kai holding the tote bags.

A SHOPPING centre’s inaugural Hari Raya campaign has raised over RM60, 000 to benefit autistic children from B40 families.KL East Mall, owned by Sime Darby Property Bhd, organised the campaign and is channelling the amount to Yayasan Pendidikan Insani, a not-for-profit foundation that provides affordable care, education and therapy for children with autism from low-income families.

The company’s group managing director, Datuk Azmir Merican said that it had always supported causes that not only benefit the community but bring greater awareness and were educational to the public.

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