The recently held Great Daybreak Carnival, saw thousands of people supporting the event. The fund-raising event was launched by Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun, Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development, and although the event started with a drizzling rain, people were seen walking around the 50 stalls that were at the venue.
There were food, drinks, exhibitions and game booths such as laser tag by Laser Battle. Cosplayers, Star Wars characters and clowns were also seen walking around the event.
Tables were provided to the public to feast on the food that was provided at the venue. All transactions were made through coupons. Trainees of Persatuan Daybreak were also seen at the venue enjoying themselves.
Contests were held throughout the day. There were colouring contests for children, Karaoke contests for all ages and also a Street Dance competition with winners of 2013 and 2014 Astro Battleground competitions as judges. All prizes were sponsored by generous donors.
DAYBREAK which is an acronym for Disabled Adults and Youths Being Rewarded, Encouraged and Awarded in Kinta, managed to create great awareness of its charitable activities on that day and raised a total of RM450,000.