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Come Down and Fly With Me


“Come Down and Fly With Me” KDSF-National Centre Charity Marathon Line Dance
The KDSF National Centre is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping children with Down Syndrome with tax-exempt status. They provide the Early Intervention Programme for children with Down Syndrome from 2 months – 6 years old.

Annually they require a minimum of RM650,000 to operate the Centre. To manage and run the Centre well, they need to continue to appeal to the public for their generosity and support as their Centre is largely dependent on public donations. Besides that annually they have to organize fundraising events to help generate more funds for their Centre.

Unlike the previous years, this year they will be organizing a Charity Marathon Line Dance which they hope can last for 10 hours. Their Charity Marathon Line Dance of 10 hours may be the longest marathon Line Dance organized in Malaysia. They would like to invite Line Dance Teachers together with their students to join them in this meaningful and charitable event. Their target is to raise not less than RM50,000 and they expect to have a record breaking number of 1,500 dancers. Each dancer will have to pay an entrance fee of RM35.00 to participate in the line dancing which would include a T-shirt and a goody bag of interesting items.

Besides the Charity Marathon Line Dance they also will have a “mini” bazaar. Besides selling light snacks and finger food they will have vendors selling handicrafts, costume accessories, handbags etc. They welcome vendors to come and participate in this bazaar. A contribution of RM300.00/stall is required for the reservation of stalls by vendors. 

Donation of RM100 and above will be issued tax exempt receipts.
This record-breaking event will be held in July:
Venue : LBS HALL, SJK (C) SG. WAY
Jln SS9A/1, Seri Setia, 47300 P.J
Date : Sunday 31st July 2011, 9.00am – 6.00pm
Entrance Fee : RM35.00 per person (inclusive of T-shirt)
Contact : KDSF at 03-7803 0179 – Angie Heng, Jennifer Lim or Syimma.
Email : info@kdsf.org.my

Hello there! Have you ever think that your creations can contribute to something that could benefit others? I am going to join them as one of the vendor. I will also have corner whereby I open this corner for any handmade book donated by students from my book binding workshop. If you buy those item from this "BOOK FOR CHARITY" corner, 100% proceed will go to KIWANIS. What you get is creation of limited edition, one of a kind and money that you pay will go directly to organisation. I am excited about this, you can just come and support this plead by attending the event...Your support is worth and will give a different meaning to this beautiful kids from KIWANIS.
loads of love//syam

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