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Alamanda Donates RM10,000 Worth of Food & Beverages

by Shah Farouq

Alamanda Shopping Centre’s community-centric outlook continues with this year’s Hari Malaysia in remembrance of the frontliners serving wholeheartedly and tirelessly at Hospital Putrajaya.

They delivered RM10,000 worth of food supplies to Hospital Putrajaya last Wednesday. This marks the third time that Alamanda Shopping Centre is donating food to this hospital, with the mall making similar donations to Hospital Putrajaya on 11th February and 3rd May this year.

They even purchased some snacks and chilled drinks from their own tenants such as Sushi King, Dunkin Donuts, Famous Amos, Tealive, Mahnaz Food and Joybean to be delivered to the beneficiaries.

Nurses received their food and beverage donation

According to Andrew Brien, CEO for Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd, the food and beverage donation is a continuity of the group’s ‘We Are With You’ theme, whereby the group will continue in its ongoing efforts to support the country’s dedicated frontliners.

“Hari Malaysia is a good occasion to look beyond ourselves. And as Malaysia continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of dedicated frontliners can never be underestimated. In this spirit, it will gratify us if we are able to bring some cheer to others on this long journey to fight the pandemic.

“This round of CSR activity will continue to establish Alamanda as a shopping centre that cares for the frontliners and the community. For a change, we have decided to include snacks and chilled drinks for teatime as opposed to just dried items. We hope this will be a Hari Malaysia to remember, and thank the frontliners for a job well done,” he added.

Several food donations on display for the Hospital Putrajaya staff

The Director of Hospital Putrajaya, Datuk Dr. Nora’I Mohd Said, expressed her gratitude on behalf of the Hospital Putrajaya for Alamandas generosity.

“On behalf of my colleagues, we want to thank Alamanda for its generosity during this difficult time for many. Being remembered in conjunction with Hari Malaysia makes it more meaningful as it is a visible reminder that we are not forgotten,” she said.

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