KUALA LUMPUR – Bringing the Christmas cheers to the less fortunate, Mah Sing Foundation recently hosted a Christmas party for 60 refugee children and orphans at Jungle Gym, Atria Shopping Gallery. There were 20 children from WAJA orphanage home and 40 refugee children from the Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI). The Foundation is a charitable trust established by Mah Sing Group (Mah Sing).
Further to the Christmas party, Mah Sing staff fulfilled the children’s’ Christmas wish list with gifts of water bottles, stationeries, shoes and sandal. At the party, the children were treated to a sumptuous lunch and a magic show as well as a Santa Clause walkabout and balloon sculpture clown.
About Mah Sing Foundation
Established in 2005, Mah Sing Foundation is Mah Sing Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) platform. The Foundation celebrates the achievement of Mah Sing Group’s long-term and continuous commitment to being a responsible and active participant in building community partnerships, both locally and abroad.
Mah Sing Group believes that a consolidated effort in CSR initiatives will be more effective and impactful in benefiting the needy. Mah Sing Foundation actively seeks to raise funds via annual fund raising activities and events to champion causes with the Foundation’s guidelines.
Mah Sing Foundation does this through a four-pronged approach:
- Medical Assistance for Malaysians who are suffering from disease and disability, or are critically ill. The Foundation will also carry out and support schemes by organizations which look after public health and welfare, including giving financial support.
- Financial Assistance and Relief Schemes for the poor and distressed.
- Education Assistance Comprising Subsidies and Donations to needy and deserving students.
- Encouragement of Social and Sporting Activities which will enrich the community and serve to promote national unity.