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KUCHING: Amidst the Hari Raya cheer, Muslims should take the time to reflect on the less fortunate, says Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
In the spirit of giving and caring, the Malaysia Red Crescent Society (MRCS) here brought together 400 less-fortunate people for a fun-filled day.
KUCHING: In response to the 2nd Kuching Company of Boys Brigade’s “BB Love in a Box” community project, a group of students from Pertama Tuition Centre came with gifts to help fulfil wishes of some less fortunate children.
KUCHING: The festive spirit of giving in conjunction with Christmas is alive and well in the city with several organisations making their rounds to help the less fortunate.
Using toys to educate less fortunate children is what a senior management executive in the world's largest toy company aims to do.
A caring organisation does not forget the less fortunate especially during the festive seasons. In the true spirit of Hari Raya and Deepavali celebrations, Resorts World Genting recently hosted 400 less fortunate people to a day of fun and laughter at Genting Highlands Resort.
KLUANG: The district MP Datuk Dr Hou Kok Chung urged the public to take their time off to think about those who are less fortunate.
Foundations, non-government organisations and people in general should come forward and show their love to the less fortunate instead of just donating money, Datin Seri Jeanne Abdullah said.
For Sarawak-born entertainer, Camelia, inviting the less fortunate to her Hari Raya open house here has become a family tradition of sorts.
JOHOR BARU: SK Taman Cahaya Masai (SK TCM) has come to the aid of less fortunate pupils and their families to help them prepare for Hari Raya Aidilfitri.