Funds boost for charitable group


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  • Sunday, 26 May 2019

Kind contribution: Wee (right) receiving the mock cheque from The Star’s Sarawak bureau chief Sharon Ling. Looking on are Gerawat (second from left) and Ting.

KUCHING: Volunteer organisation Barefoot Mercy is working to complete boarding facilities for a kindergarten in a remote Penan village deep in Sarawak’s interior.

Barefoot Mercy founder Anna Wee said the boarding facilities for Tadika Pawah in Long Lamam were expected to be completed by August.

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