Methodist Pilley Institute (MPI) Leo Club successfully held a charity movie night playing documentary “Drop Box” at the campus on 23 February to raise fund for Destiny For Children Association Sibu (Destiny Centre).
These underprivileged children currently make up more than 70% children at the Centre, they are mainly stateless children, and thus are not entitled to enroll to the national schools and enjoy the same learning environment just like the others. The mission of the Centre is to break the cycle of poverty through quality education. Presently there are 104 children, aged between 6 to 16 years old, housed under primary school level.
MPI Leo Club presented RM5,000 to Madam Pauline Rogers Jaban (Direc-
tor/Principal) to increase the social awareness to ask people to give more es-
pecially to the less fortunate in our society, because giving is well-being.
Contact: Choo Kwong Liong, Vice President, MPI Leo Club, (60) 16-8934822
Provided by MPI, Sibu