As part of the company’s ongoing commitment to help the less privileged in the community, leading property player, Setia Awan Holdings Sdn Bhd, recently hosted a trip to Ipoh Tambun Lost World for 40 underprivileged children of different ethnic backgrounds and ages in conjunction with Chinese New Year.
The children and their caregivers from the Diamond Home, Air Tawar and Pertubuhan Kebajikan Harapan Baru Sri Manjung were treated to a delightful afternoon of laughter, cheer and fun at the water theme park as they splashed about in the pools and shared fun moments together.
“It was indeed a privilege for us at Setia Awan to see the delight in the children’s eyes as they immersed themselves in the day’s activities,” said Dato’ Jimmy Doh, Executive Director of Setia Awan.
Besides the children from the homes, the trip also included several single mothers and their children. They expressed their gratitude to have been given the opportunity to have a day of fun with their children and also to engage with children from other homes. “It’s been a wonderful experience and I would like to thank Uncle Jimmy for the opportunity. My favourite part of the theme park is the water slide rides,” commented Jacob Andrew, one of the boys from Diamond Home, Air Tawar.
For La Lee Hoon, a single mother with a 5-year-old son, it was an unforgettable treat. “My son was delirious about the trip and I am also thrilled to have been able to see him so happy. I wish to thank Setia Awan for showing us the love and care and we truly appreciate their generous gesture from the bottom of our hearts,” she said.
There was further cheer when Setia Awan distributed ang pows to the children and mothers in conjunction with Chinese New Year. Setia Awan will continue to reach out to communities in need by extending support. This is in keeping with their tagline, For Quality Lifestyles.