The Gift Of Giving: 4 Ways To Give Back This Christmas Season
1/4 Soul Society
The Soul Society group of restaurants comprising WIP, Tujo, Huba, Goa, and SOULed Out across the country aims to raise RM25,000 for Dignity for Children through its festive dining promotions. For every purchase of the delectable Christmas platter, RM5 will be donated to the charitable organisation. Meantime, RM1 will be donated for every purchase of the regular-sized Mojito on the menu.
Additionally, you can purchase the Soul Society gift pack priced at RM30, of which RM10 will be donated to Dignity for Children. The gift pack includes Christmas Fruit Cake, Christmas cookies, a T-shirt and, aptly enough, a Santa hat.
Kantoi continues to be its delightfully irreverent self during the festive season with these two fund-raising initiatives—The Angry Collection and The Naughty Collection in aid of the Women's Aid Organisation and Pit Stop Community Cafe respectively.
A box of all five bag designs from The Angry Collection retails at RM100; each design is priced at RM25. The Naughty Collection costs RM80 for a box of five designs. Both collections are available for purchase via their Instagram page or at Journey Indoor Cycling Studio.
3/4 Hugo Boss & Kenny Hills Bakers
This year, BOSS has teamed up with Kenny Hills Bakers to present a specially-curated five-course meal which comprises dishes like chicken liver parfait, classic lobster bisque, a Christmas turkey and strawberry dessert. This exclusive menu is available only for dine-in at Kenny Hills Bakers Bukit Tunku outlet from now until December 25, 2020.
Priced at RM188++ per person, 10 per cent of the proceeds will be donated to The Lost Food Project. The first 50 customers will also receive an exclusive BOSS x Justin Teodoro cookie cutter, oven gloves, an exclusively-designed tote bag, as well as a RM100 BOSS voucher.
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4/4 Fittie Sense
This absolutely adorable gift pack for children is available for a minimum donation of RM39, with 100 per cent of the proceeds going to Angsana Care, a non-profit organisation that cares for underprivileged hospitalised children and families requiring palliative care. Each pack contains an illustrated storybook entitled Crowning Glory, Christmas-themed stationery, a Santa hat, and vegan gingerbread cookies by Fittie Sense.
You may gift these packs to your loved ones or even arrange for them to be gifted to children refugees under the care of The Good Shepherd Foundation.
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