Pavilion Kuala Lumpur celebrated the end of Hari Raya Aidilfitri 2019 with a new entry in the Malaysia Book of Records.
20,000 ketupats have been woven for the mall’s CSR initiative “The Beauty of Raya”, making it the most number of ketupat woven for charity.
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Pavilion KL has broken the record once again – this time with 20,000 hand-woven ketupats! 🎉 Officially crowned👑 by the Malaysian Book of Records for the “Most Number of Ketupats Woven For Charity”, we are matching RM1 for each ketupat woven, with all proceeds awarded to 4 local charity homes. 😊 #awesomenessoverload . . #TheBeautyOfRayaxPKL #charities #hariraya #charityevent #CSR #corporatesocialresponsibility
The ketupat which is a symbol of Malaysian unity and the spirit of Hari Raya, helped raise RM20,000 in funds after the mall pledged to donate RM1 to charity for every ketupat woven and collected during the campaign.
“Today we close ‘The Beauty of Raya’ celebrations in high spirits as we achieved our record goal of the 20,000 ketupats woven to raise funds for charity homes in need. This would not have been possible without the Pavilion KL community who played a role in our initiative so thank you for your support,” said Dato’ Joyce Yap, CEO (Retail) of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
100 children from four charity homes including Pusat Jagaan Cahaya Kasih Bestari, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak-Anak Harapan, Yayasan Chow Kit and Pertubuhan Kebajikan Ehsan Ash-Shakur (PEKEAS), attended the event and were later treated to a surprise visit to the Marvel Studios: Ten Years Of Heroes exhibition at Pavilion Elite.