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Measuring a whopping 4 feet (H) x 3.5 feet (W), the massive gift collection boxes are the main highlight where generous members of the public are encouraged to donate gifts of groceries and daily necessities to those in need.
The gifts collection booths are set up prominently in 12 locations:–
To submit their gift, donors can bring their unwrapped gifts to the DPMM Information Counter or Estadia Hotel concierge.
“This year, Hatten Cares wanted give the public more opportunities and easier access to the donation points. This is why we set up our Christmas gift collections points at 12 major locations in Melaka.” ~Dato’ Edwin Tan, Executive Director and Group Deputy Managing Director of Hatten Group of Companies,
At the end of the campaign period (31st December 2016), the gifts will be sorted and shared evenly between 4 charity homes:
“We believe that the true spirit of Christmas is in having gratitude and by giving more back to society. Together, we can collect more gifts, grant more wishes and make Christmas more meaningful for all.” ~Dato’ Colin Tan, Executive Chairman and Group Managing Director of Hatten Group of Companies.
For more information on the ‘Christmas Bundle of Joy’ campaign, please contact Ms. Tan Shieh Lyi at +606-282 1828 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
EXTRA: Media House Tea Party & ‘Christmas Bundle of Joy’ Box Delivery
On 28th and 30th November 2016, the Hatten Cares team visited the 8 particpating members of the media to deliver the ‘Christmas Bundle of Joy’ gift collection boxes. And, to spread some early festive cheer, Hatten Cares brought over a special Christmas Tea Party catered by Hatten Hotel’s top chefs right to the doorstep of each media house. A good time was had by all as the teams toasted to the success of the ‘Christmas Bundle of Joy’ campaign and to the start of a new year ahead.
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