Impiana KLCC Hotel recently hosted a heartfelt charity Ramadan dinner for 25 children aged between five to sixteen from the welfare home of Rumah Amal Limpahan Kasih with a joint ‘Tahlil and Doa Selamat’ prayer attended by representatives from KLCC Property Holdings, Impiana Hotels & Resorts Management (IHRM) and hotel associates on Thursday, 18th July 2013 at the Impiana Banquet Hall.
[pullquote align=”right”]Impiana KLCC Hotel Organizes Majlis Tahlil And Berbuka Puasa For 25 Children From Rumah Amal Limpahan Kasih (Ralk) Together With Miss World Malaysia 2012 – Yvonne Lee[/pullquote]
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he evening began with a warm welcome to the children upon arrival by the hotel’s management team to which they were then gracefully ushered to the spacious prayer rooms (surau) at level 1. After about an hour plus of Maghrib prayers, the children and other attendees were taken to the Banquet Hall for a tastefully prepared buffet dinner. These young VIPs of the day was feted with a host of sumptuous Ramadan dishes such as nasi briyani, beef and chicken satay with condiments, chicken tanduri with naan bread, daging kurma johor, bayam beining with anchovy, ayam sambal petai, nasi tomato, roti john and other mouth-watering items.
During the dinner, the children from the home entertained the other invited guests with a few numbers of nasyid songs. The event was concluded with the distribution of duit raya, Impiana bags and goodie bags to the children.
There were other hotel representatives who also distributed duit raya to the children.
It was a memorable event for everyone as Miss World Malaysia 2012, Yvonne Lee, graced the event and she personally handed over 400 units of eco-friendly pencils with her brand on it. This pencil campaign is supported by Yvonne Lee with the objective, now every child can write will bring million smiles, a pencil can change a life! And not forgetting the invited guests also received goodie bags sponsored by Bio Elements.
The hotel team which was led by the executive director of IHRM, Mr. Francis Chung, expressed that,
“It is always a nice feeling to have these children around especially during this holy month making them happy and know that there are people who care for them.”