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The Charity Club Langkawi,
Kedah


Bringing charity straight to the home                                                    



$KIDS - MAH

Hary-Raya-2012
THE FUNDRAISING INITIATIVE


The MAH (Malaysian Association of Hotels) Kedah & Perlis Chapter, $KIDS fundraising initiative was launched in 2013 and aims to provide us with a regular source of income.

Guests at participating hotels will be asked to add RM 3 (or US$1) to their hotel account at the end of their stay. 100% of these funds will be donated to us and every ringgit received will be used to help underprivileged families.

There is 1 participating hotel/resort

- Casa Del Mar

with more hotels/resorts to follow.

Each hotel/resort will display a specially designed donation box, leaflets, tent cards for rooms and personalised brochures explaining the initiative with information about the charity.

Once we have received funds we will provide updates on our website showing how we have used the funds.

We are grateful to MAH for launching and funding the costs of this initiative.

 

 





 

         

 

FUNDS RECEIVED

As of end 2013 we have received RM 3,326.55 from Casa Del Mar via MAH. RM 3,000 has been allocated to 6 families RM 500 each for food parcel deliveries. The remaining RM 326.55 will be allocated when we receive further donations.

In March 2014 we received RM 2,325.05 from Casa Del Mar.  This has been added to the RM 326.55 unallocated.  These funds have been allocated to food aid for five families, leaving RM 1.60 to allocate.

In September 2014 we received RM 2,232 from Casa Del Mar which has been allocated to a fund for Mhd Fadhli who will undergoing an operation in Kuala Lumpur to save his badly damaged left arm and shoulder following a motorcycle accident.

The fund remains RM 1.60 in credit.