I’m a mother and I can tell you it’s not an easy task to raise children. Being a parent is not only about giving life to a newborn, it’s also about the loving, caring for and nurturing your children and bringing them up with values so they can be a positive influence to society. But how about those children who do not have all that? Have you ever wondered how children who come from challenging or underprivileged families fare? What happens when a mother is a single parent and can’t cope alone? or when a family just has too many children and can’t fulfill the basic needs of their children? What if birth parents are abusive? or sometimes plain negligent? Well,life for that child would certainly be a the life that many of our children are accustomed food. When even food is hard to come by and a child has nothing to eat, or cannot go to school because they have no shoes to wear? Well, thanks to a silver lining in every cloud, there is help out there.
One such organization that have been lending more then a helping hand is the Good Samaritan Home. Run by the husband and wife team of Albert Ong and YM, the Good Samaritan Home is a non-profit charitable children’s home committed to serve the poor and needy children in our society. Its aim is to provide for the physical, spiritual and educational well-being of the children. The home started operating in January 1999 with just one child and currently has 32 resident children and another 30 children in the Extension Program.
Did you know that when a child first arrives at the Good Samaritan Home, they arrived, frightened, frustrated, anxieties written all over their faces, undernourished and neglected. These children have been removed from home because of derelict parents, or have suffered the heartbreak of a home shattered by divorce, run away parent, abandoned, or have tragically lost one or both parents. These are the children who come to Good Samaritan home. It takes time to erase the effects of these tragic experiences. Good care and warm love erase fears and dispels anxieties. Every effort is made to provide a homelike atmosphere.
Running a home for children can never be easy and a lot is needed in terms of support. Amante Nail Spa & Body Care therefore are doing their bit to support underprivileged children by hosting a one-day Amante Charity Fair on 7th September 2014 from 10am to 6pm. In conjunction with this fair, customers can purchase the Amante Charity Coupon booklet for RM35. Inside the booklet has 7 X RM5 cash vouchers where you can purchase treatments, activities, food and games at Amante Charity Fair where 25% of their sales proceeds will go towards charity.
If you are keen to participate and also do your part for charity, it’s really all too easy. You can purchase a booklet which can be used only during the one day fair on the 7th of September for RM 35. So how do you go about purchasing, well you can either :-
1. Purchase the Amante Charity Voucher booklet RM35 from the nearest Amante outlet. Visit www.amante.my for a list of locations near you.
2. Or if you don’t have time? You can transfer/bank in to Amante Beauty Care Sdn Bhd (Please contact them for bank in details). Send transfer note/bank-in slip to email@example.com with name, e-mail address & mobile number. You can collect your Amante Charity Coupon Booklet on 7th September, 2014 at Amante Charity Fair.
Inside other then 7 X RM5 cash vouchers where you can use to purchase treatments, activities, food and games at the Amante Charity Fair, there is also a BONUS thank you RM88 Hot Stone Massage treatment for you to enjoy.
It really is quite easy to do your part for charity and the fair is a great event to raise awareness and compassion among our young ones too. The day is set to be filled with fun and activities, food and games should be just perfect for a Family Sunday Outing. I’m looking forward to going and here’s hoping we’ll see you there as well.
Dont forget to help spread the word and if you would like more information regarding Amante’s Charity Fair Fund Raiser click here http://bit.ly/Ue5zeZ.
On that note, Happy Week everyone!!!