Sekolah Sri UCSI students raised more than RM11,000 for Nepal victims

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GROUP PHOTO: (left-right) Mr Richard Beighton, chief, Private Sector Fundraising & Partnerships, UNICEF Malaysia joined by Eunice Wong Ze Way, president of the St John Ambulance club; Edmond Lim Ngee Jun, president of the scouts club; the primary school head prefects Hakeem Yunusmetov and Ng Yan Theng, and primary and secondary principals of Sekolah Sri UCSI, Mrs Woo and Mrs Tan during the donation presentation.

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WHEN KIND SOULS MEET: The principals and Mr Beighton sharing their thoughts on the tragedy.

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EVERY PENNY COUNTS: Students of Sekolah Sri UCSI sacrificed their lunch money to help victims of the earthquake.

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RAISING AWARENESS: A special notice board was put up to spread awareness to all teachers and students of Sekolah Sri UCSI.

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CARING STUDENTS: Students selling candies and badges to raise funds.

 

KUALA LUMPUR: The students of Sekolah Sri UCSI have raised donations amounting to RM11, 011.50 for victims of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on the 25th of April, 2015.

The earthquake killed at least 8,150 Nepalis, injured more than 17,860 and destroyed 600,000 homes. It is the worst natural disaster to hit Nepal since 1934.

This prompted Mrs Tan See Min, the secondary school principal of Sekolah Sri UCSI to get the students involved to help the victims.

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