Supported & endorsed by MBPJ & MPSJ under its

 Community Welfare Division


Kuala Lumpur, 6TH December 2013 – SStwo Mall together with G Prop Marketing & Management Sdn Bhd are doing their bit for a noble cause this festive season. Called CHARITY FUN-D Bazaar – ‘Lend a hand, Shelter the needy’, the bazaar is endorsed & supported by Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) under Zone SS2 councillor, Mr Tony Cheong as well as Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ) councillor, Cr Chang Kim Loong under its Community Welfare Division.

To be officially launched on Sunday 15th December 2013 by Datuk Bandar MBPJ, Datin Paduka Alinah binti Ahmad, the event will be hosted by the renowned golden voice of Patrick Teoh with booths by National Council For the Blind Malaysia, Damai Disabled Person Association Malaysia, Rumah Amal Cheshire Selangor, Spastic Children’s Association of Selangor & Federal Territory, Pertubuhan Perkhidmatan Sosial Dan Pembangunan Komuniti Daerah Gombak Selangor (PSPK), Safe Community Berhad, Beautiful Gate Foundation For The Disabled, Persekutuan Orang Pekak Malaysia and many more.


Held at SStwo Mall which is positioned as a community mall that cares and constantly collaborates with non-profit organisations (NGOs) to drive awareness programmes in the hope it will lead towards the enrichment and improvement of the community’s lifestyle.


Mr Eddie Choong, the mall’s new Centre Manager quoted, “As we come to the end of another year, we hope to celebrate this by fostering goodwill towards the less fortunate and continue to strive in support of community development initiatives at the mall.”


The CHARITY FUN-D bazaar will run every weekend on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 6pm starting 8th December 2013 till 26th January 2014. It is aimed at fostering neighbourhood community living and to introduce the participation of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), Single Mothers, Disable Communities, Retirees and Students.

 Ms Ho Sweet Fun, Managing Director of G Prop further added, “The bazaar will provide a platform for the under-priviledged, disable and less fortunate community to sell and introduce their works, products and services to the public. The objective of this event is to help the needy earn an extra income whilst helping boost their self-esteem by being independent and self-reliant.”


To date the response has been overwhelming with almost all the booths taken up. In addition, there will also be service booths by Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri (LHDN) for income tax queries, MBPJ will have home assessment, business renewal, summons’ payment counters, whilst National House Buyers Association (HBA) will be on hand to help house buyers with house matters and other related enquiries.


Pusat Perubatan Universiti Malaya (PPUM) will also be on hand with its blood donation campaign. Other fun activities will include soap making classes by Lovely Disabled Home, blind massage, Zumba dance classes by Celebrity Fitness and pet adoption by Cherishlife Home Pet Shelter.

The main highlight during one of the weekends will be the Human Calculator show by West Wong. Mr Wong was the World No.3 winner in World Mental Olympic 2012 in the category Flash Anzan. During his show, the public would be able to discover and witness the potential of the human brain in Mental Calculation and Mathematics.


There will also be The Wonders of Science program aimed at giving kids the opportunity to experience hands on learning through fun science experiments using everyday household items.


For the keen readers and book worms out there, The Book Exchange Programme is not to be missed. Books donated by various parties will be placed in a corner for book lovers to read during the bazaar. However a simple take a book and replace a book policy is to be adhered to.


(左一)Ms. Ho Sweet Funn Managing director G prop marketing & management Sdn Bhd

(左二)Cr Chang Kim Loong  AMN Majilis Perbandaran Subang Jaya

(右二)Mr. Tony Cheong Siew Thong Councillor for Zon 8 SS2, Petaling Jaya

(右一)Mr. Eddie Chong Centre Manager SStwo mall Sdn Bhd





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