GLENEAGLES’S SECOND PINK JAZZY AFFAIR FOR GOOD CAUSE
Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza Lends her Voice for Breast Cancer Awareness
For the second consecutive time, Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur (GKL) is set to bring another glitzy, grand finale to the breast cancer awareness month with the ‘Pink Jazzy Affair 2012’. This exclusive fundraising dinner show is announced to take place on Friday, 30 November 2012 at the new Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur.
“Gleneagles has long been a supporter of breast cancer awareness. We understand the pertinence of the fact that 1 in 20 women in Malaysia are at risk of breast cancer in their lifetime. That is why we continually seek ways to create events and initiatives to support breast cancer awareness,” said Amir Firdaus Abdullah, Regional Chief Executive Officer of Gleneagles Hospitals and Chief Executive Officer of Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur.
‘Pink Jazzy Affair’ event is organized for a meaningful cause – to reach out to those in need. This event brings together live entertainment from Malaysia’s most successful entertainer Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza and renowned celebrities such as Donne Ray Radford (The Platters), Atilia Haron and hosted by Harith Iskandar.
“I am excited when I was invited to be part of ‘Pink Jazzy Affair’ this year. Music is an incredible and fun way to bring people together. Performing has always been my passion and I am thrilled to be involved with a good cause like breast cancer awareness, which affects women worldwide,” said the Malaysia’s No. 1 songbird, Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza who took the centre stage at the Royal Albert Hall London back in 2005.
Proceeds raised from this event will benefit the Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia (BCWA), to help those affected with breast cancer and to provide education as part of the initiative in promoting prevention of breast cancer in rural areas. Part of the proceeds will also go to Gleneagles Charity Programme ‘A Heart for A Heart’ which helps underprivileged families with children born with congenital heart defects.
“Events like ‘Pink Jazzy Affair’ help put a lighter note on the seriousness of breast cancer awareness. While the month of October may be internationally deemed as ‘breast cancer awareness month’, the awareness and education initiatives should continue all year long,” said Ranjit Kaur, Chief Executive Officer of BCWA Malaysia.
“We are grateful and excited that we have gotten the support from so many prominent names and people. We are really looking forward to a successful event where people can have an unforgettable night while serving a good cause,” said Amir.
Tickets for the dinner show are available at RM450 & RM650 (dinner & show) and RM1,000 (dinner & show with exclusive Meet & Greet with Dato’ Siti Nurhaliza). For more information and corporate bookings, kindly contact GKL’s Marketing & Corporate Communications Department at 03-4141 3162 or 03-4141 3192.
About Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur
Founded in 1996, Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur (GKL) is now a subsidiary of Pantai Holdings Berhad. Serving the medical and healthcare needs of local and international patients, GKL comprises of a 330-bed, tertiary care hospital and a Medical Office Building which accommodates the 110 specialist consulting suites which houses specialist consultants for outpatient care.
Maintaining its reputation as a world-class healthcare service provider, GKL is governed by their commitment to deliver safe, quality healthcare services through a professional team who is dedicated in observing the healthcare interests of patients and best practices.
The GKL team of qualified, professional and experienced doctors adheres to the highest ISO standards of quality in addressing the medical needs and care of their patients. GKL is accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI), Malaysian Society of Quality in Health (MSQH) and ISO 9001:2000 certified.
GKL has been awarded the ‘Health Industry Recognition Award’ by the Malaysian Ministry of Health. Amongst it’s other recognition and accolades, it is also recognized as the ‘Most Trusted Brand’ in the Hospital Category by Reader’s Digest for the years of 2007 and 2011.
In line their governing pillars of compassion, GKL has been known to contribute to the interests of society with a variety of community programmes and initiatives. The most notable annual initiatives include, ‘A Heart for A Heart Programme’ (a joint charity programme with The News Straits Times Charity Unit which bridges the plight of families with children of congenital heart defects with the funding and treatment that they need) and the ‘Women’s Wellbeing Tea Talks’ (a women’s support group which provide women of all walks an avenue for emotional support, information and experience sharing).