Charity project Jiwaku Ikhlas brings smiles to orphans

Kris Karmila Kreations and Krispy Krunchiez recently hosted the 13th installment of the company’s charity project, “Jiwaku Ikhlas”.

This year’s charity project involved a channel of assistance for orphans studying at Brunei Malay Teachers Association (PGGMB) School.

Recipients received items such as Hari Raya snacks, clothing, footwear, fragrant rice, daily sustenance items and facemasks as well as $200 cash donation.

The contributions were made by the Kris Karmila Kreations Co., Krispy Krunchiez and the general public.

Moreover, the event also hosted a Khatam Al-Quran ceremony involving some 35 teachers and staff of PGGMB School.

The organiser also handed over 35 gift boxes including masks, food, drinks and candied dates to the participants in the Khatam Al-Quran ceremony.

Founder of Kris Karmila Kreations and the charity project, Hjh Karmila Hj Sapar hopes that this meaningful project can continue with the support and help of all parties.

As of today, Hjh Karmila indicated that the charity project has successfully provided assistance to more than 2,000 local communities in need comprising of underprivileged families and foreign workers affected by unemployment.

Image courtesy of Kris Karmila Kreations

The charity project has helped people with different abilities, single mothers, special needs children, orphans, victims of house fire and other groups, including distributing donations to frontliners, she added.

The handover ceremony was held at the Brunei Malay Teachers Association PGGMB School in Sungai Akar and witnessed by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Iran Homeira Rigi Zirouki, and PGGMB School Principal Hj Ali @ Mustapha Hj Talip.

Interested individuals who want to participate in the contribution can contact 7171488 for further arrangements. – Azrina Zin

This article was first published on 23 April 2022 in our Weekly Epaper issue 190 |


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