Granting wishes of 200 needy children for Christmas

3 Dec 2016, The Star Online

In conjunction with the 7th Annual Grant A Wish festive celebration held at Ipoh Parade shopping centre, two welfare bodies, Bethany Home and Perak Palliative Care Society (PPCS), has been selected to each receive RM10,000. The donation was part of ARA Asset Management Limited’s CARES (Comprehensive Assistance and Responsible Engagement Services) initiative with support from the Tan Sri Tan Foundation.

‘Grant A Wish’ invites you to donate gifts to the underprivileged

30 Nov 2016, Sin Chew Daily

To encourage the public to share the joy of Christmas with the underprivileged, Ipoh Parade Shopping Centre will be collecting gifts from the public and donating them to children’s homes, so the children can too, have a warm and joyful Christmas. In addition, through funding support by ARA Asset Management Limited and Tan Sri Tan Foundation, RM 10,000 cheques were presented to Bethany Home and Perak Palliative Care Society in a gift presentation and unwrapping ceremony that will take place on 31 December.

Ipoh Parade Shopping Centre to host a ceremony to grant orphans’ wishes

29 Nov 2016, China Press

Ipoh Parade will continue its tradition of giving – to host the ‘Grant A Wish’ campaign, in hopes of benefiting 200 orphans from Ipoh, and letting them experience the warmth and joy of Christmas. In line with the ‘Grant A Wish’ campaign, the Tan Sri Tan Foundation presented a cheque of RM 10,000 each to Bethany Home and Perak Palliative Care Society.

Gifts Worth Giving

29 Nov 2016, Ipoh Parade

Ipoh Parade has once again commenced its annual “Grant A Wish” tradition. Exclusive to Ipoh Parade, “Grant A Wish” paves way to encourage the public to share the joy of Christmas with underprivileged children. Two welfare organisations, Bethany Home and Perak Palliative Care Society, to be the recipients of a RM10,000 donation each as part of the larger ARA CARES initiative, with funding support by the Tan Sri Tan Foundation.

Kechara Soup Kitchen’s mobile clinic helps homeless with the support of Tan Chin Tuan Foundation

14 Oct 2014, Kwong Wah Yit Poh

With the support of TCTF, Kechara Soup Kitchen (Penang), launched a mobile clinic in August. Till now, the mobile clinic helped 40 patients and one was sent to the central hospital for acute gastric.

On Saturday, KSK’s Centre Director, Ms Patsy Gooi distributed food rations and red packets to 20 elderly. Besides giving assistance to the homeless and rickshaw peddlers, the centre now is also a “club” for them to gather.

KKH helps cut infant deaths in Cambodia

27 Jul 2014, The Sunday Times

For four days last week, staff nurse Tong Yee Seong was impressing upon midwives in Cambodia’s Kampong Chhnang province the importance of a practice many take for granted – washing one’s hands before handling a childbirth.