Puchong Lions to welfare homes’ aid

LIONS Club of Puchong has answered the #DaretoCare campaign’s call for school supplies to give to children’s welfare homes.

Lee (standing, fourth from left) receiving the items for DareToCare campaign from Ling (standing, third from left). With them are (standing, from left) Chow, Wang, Loo, Goh, Lim, (front row, from left) Chua, Kuah, Loy and Chin at SkyWorld Gallery Bukit Jalil.

Media group dares to give back

IT WAS Helen Keller who said that “alone we can do so little, together we can do so much”.

Star Media Group staff made it a team effort to collect goods for donation for the DaretoCare charity campaign.

Celebrities all for helping the needy

PETALING JAYA: Growing up, actress Siti Saleha Mohd Baharum remembers being involved in many gotong-royong (community clean- up) exercises.

Big hearts: Chin (left) and Siti Saleha posing with the DaretoCare bags they have filled with donated items.

M’sians quick to act on calls for help

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are always quick to respond when there is a call for help.

Fit to care: Cristabel (left) and Martha with their healthier food contributions for the needy.

Painting up some aid

KUALA LUMPUR: When Phillip Wong found out that some children’s welfare homes required art supplies, he immediately offered to help.

Family affair: See (second from right) and his family packing donation items into the DaretoCare brown paper bags at home, before having them delivered to the SkyWorld Property Gallery.

Giving homes what they need

WHEN making donations to welfare homes, it is best to know what they need so you can collect suitable items.

Many welfare homes for children would welcome schooling and art supplies as the new school year approaches. — filepic

DJs do their bit to help the needy

KUALA LUMPUR: Radio persona­lities of Suria FM and 988 have banded up to do good for the underprivileged community through the #DaretoCare charity campaign.

All for a good cause: (From left) SkyWorld Development Group corporate communications executive Mandy Lee receiving the donations from DJ Suraya, DJ Tyzo, DJ Cassey, DJ Bob and DJ Mike in Kuala Lumpur.

Daring to care for the poor

STAR Media Group Bhd and SkyWorld Development Group’s joint charity initiative #DaretoCare campaign has kicked off to a good start.

The campaign has distributed 50,000 copies of The Star in collectable brown paper bags.

Spreading joy in a bag

This festive season, join Star Media Group and SkyWorld in a collaboration to bolster the growing needs of the underprivileged homes in the Klang Valley through #DaretoCare.

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Brown paper bag charity drive

SkyWorld Development Group is bringing its property purchasers and readers of The Star together to help the less fortunate.

Ng (right) and Star Media Group Bhd group managing director and chief executive officer Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai showing the DaretoCare brown paper bags that will be distributed to the public at selected areas in the Klang Valley. — GLENN GUAN/The Star