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MPSJ helps 62 orphans make preparations to celebrate Aidilfitri

SUBANG JAYA, 13 July: As the Aidilfitri celebration draws near, the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) continued its Ramadan Caring Tour 2014 by helping the orphans of Al-Ijabah in Puchong celebrate at the USJ 1 Mydin shopping centre.

A total of 62 participants ranging from ages 10 to 17 were treated with shopping for their Raya apparels and to an Iftar feast.

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This programme is in collaboration between MPSJ and Mydin, Tropicana Corperation Bhd, UN Riders and the Subang Jaya IPD.

Also providing cooperation and support was the Suri Association, the women members of MPSJ Public Services and the MPSJ Civil Service Guidance Friends (Akrab).

The MPSJ Deputy President, Abdullah Marjunid, in a short speech said that this second Tour is to ease the burden of the less fortunate, in addition to educating the youth through volunteer and charity work.

“Through this programme, we encourage and ensure the success of this programme with the help of the implementation of corporate social responsibility (CSR) between MPSJ, the corporate body and the private sector.

“During the Ramadan, we also hope for Allah’s blessing through welfare and charitable activities,” he said.

Earlier, in collaboration with UN Riders, 43 male participants were treated to riding on high-powered bikes through the route from MPSJ to Mydin.

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MPSJ helps 62 orphans make preparations to celebrate Aidilfitri

SUBANG JAYA, 13 July: As the Aidilfitri celebration draws near, the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) continued its Ramadan Caring Tour 2014 by helping the orphans of Al-Ijabah in Puchong celebrate at the USJ 1 Mydin shopping centre.

A total of 62 participants ranging from ages 10 to 17 were treated with shopping for their Raya apparels and to an Iftar feast.

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This programme is in collaboration between MPSJ and Mydin, Tropicana Corperation Bhd, UN Riders and the Subang Jaya IPD.

Also providing cooperation and support was the Suri Association, the women members of MPSJ Public Services and the MPSJ Civil Service Guidance Friends (Akrab).

The MPSJ Deputy President, Abdullah Marjunid, in a short speech said that this second Tour is to ease the burden of the less fortunate, in addition to educating the youth through volunteer and charity work.

“Through this programme, we encourage and ensure the success of this programme with the help of the implementation of corporate social responsibility (CSR) between MPSJ, the corporate body and the private sector.

“During the Ramadan, we also hope for Allah’s blessing through welfare and charitable activities,” he said.

Earlier, in collaboration with UN Riders, 43 male participants were treated to riding on high-powered bikes through the route from MPSJ to Mydin.

NS

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