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Sunway Group contributes school items to 900 Tamil school pupils in Ipoh


Last Update: 14/10/2019




IPOH, Oct 14 -- It was all smiles for 900 pupils of four national-type Tamil schools (SJKT) in Ipoh when they received school supplies and some essential items from Sunway Group.

The pupils are from SJKT Klebang, SJKT Kampung Simee, SJKT Ladang Chemor and SJKT Ladang Strathisla.

Sunway City Ipoh executive director Wong Wan Wooi said through the #Sunwayforgood Back To School programme, the pupils received contributions in the form of essential items such as school bags, stationery, food and drinks, vitamins and toiletries.

“The programme is aimed at helping communities in need especially the B40 group, in line with the government’s efforts to develop a knowledgeable society with high moral values.

“We hope that the contribution will also help motivate the pupils to do their best in their studies,” he said in his speech at the programme at SJKT Klebang near Chemor here today.

At the programme, 500 pupils of SJKT Klebang received the contribution.

Meanwhile, Wong said Sunway Group would organise the Sunway R.E.A.D (Reading Enhances Aspirational and Drive) programme at SJKT Klebang library.

He said the programme was aimed at helping improve the facilities at the school library. 

-- BERNAMA



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
   
 

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