Beauty queens’ act of kindness

PETALING JAYA: Coming from modest backgrounds, despite being beauty queens now, Lee Yvonne and Samantha Katie James make it a point to put a smile on the faces of the less fortunate.

Source of inspiration: Samantha (left) and Lee doing their bit to support the DaretoCare campaign.

Lending their support to charity drive

PUBLIC relations maven Selina Yeop Jr remembers participating in non-governmental organisation (NGO) works with her late father and continues to do so.

Giving with a touch of flair

PETALING JAYA: They make people look good and now they are out to make people feel good.

From fashion to taking action: (From left) Westwood, Rasta, Wass, Ryan Dino, Engku, Bon and Poi posing with DaretoCare paper bags.

Campaign sends strong message to youths, says beauty queen

Dana Low feels that the #DaretoCare campaign is especially important for the younger generation.

Low showing her support for the #DaretoCare campaign at Menara Star.

#DaretoCare: Sharing festive cheer with bags of kindness

Over the festive season, Star Media Group and SkyWorld Development Group gave out 50,000 donation bags for the public to fill with essential items, to be distributed to the underprivileged.

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Beauty queen: Small gestures go a long way to help the needy

PETALING JAYA: Growing up, Vanessa Tevi Kumares was taught that even a small gesture of giving can make an impact in an underprivileged person’s life.

Vanessa (left) posing with her #DaretoCare bag at Menara Star.

Joint charity initiative focuses on giving necessities to welfare homes instead of money

Carefully placing packs of instant coffee into the #DaretoCare bags, friends Audrey See and Joanne Liaw appeared happy to do their part for charity.

Liaw (left) and See placing their donations into the DaretoCare brown bags at Gardens Mall, Kuala Lumpur.

Encouraging good deeds from a young age

PETALING JAYA: Supermodel Amber Chia (pic) takes her seven-year-old son to visit orphanages and homes for persons with disabilities.

More to give from DaretoCare

PUBLIC donations to the #DaretoCare charity campaign have eased the burden of two underprivileged homes in coping with their daily struggles.

Malar Matthews (middle left) receiving the donations from SkyWorld Development Group corporate communications head Serena Lim. — Photos: RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star

Positive response to campaign

KUALA LUMPUR: The #DaretoCare campaign hits the streets again as the second batch of 50,000 Star newspapers enveloped in brown paper bags are being distributed across the Klang Valley today.

Useful donations: Ng (centre) and the SkyWorld team showing the generous contributions by the public.