Food fest ends on gen­er­ous note

The Sun (Malaysia) - - MEDIA & MARKETING -

THE Curve col­lab­o­rated with Da­pur Jalanan Kuala Lumpur (DJKL) to pro­vide food to the un­der­priv­i­leged, cap­ping off the re­cent four-day Curve Food Fest themed “A Gi­ant Bite of Happy”. The event was aimed at cel­e­brat­ing the Malaysia’s vast va­ri­ety of food and bev­er­age, a re­sult of the peo­ples’ var­ied eth­nic groups, races and cul­tures.

Mem­bers of the Curve man­age­ment, to­gether with DJKL mem­bers, dis­trib­uted food to the home­less at Jalan Pang­gung in Kuala Lumpur (KL). Packs of Nasi Am­beng, Nasi Goreng Jo­hor and muffins were handed out. Vol­un­teers from the Curve also spent time with the home­less and lent a lis­ten­ing ear.

“As re­spon­si­ble cor­po­rate ci­ti­zens, it is im­por­tant to us that we find time in our busy sched­ule to give back to so­ci­ety. It is not merely about do­nat­ing but also con­nect­ing with the less for­tu­nate and show­ing them that we care. We are an ad­vo­cate for sus­tain­able work and by tak­ing this ex­tra step to spend time with the home­less, en­gag­ing with them and adding this hu­man con­nec­tion in our out­reach, we hope that we have been able to pos­i­tively im­pact their lives in some small way,” said the Curve gen­eral man­ager Jazmi Ka­marudin.For more in­for­ma­tion, visit the Curve web­site or its Face­book page.

The Curve man­age­ment team take a snap­shot with Da­pur Jalanan Kuala Lumpur co­or­di­na­tors af­ter dis­tribut­ing food to the needy.

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