This festive season, IPC Shopping Centre is taking their entire Christmas festive decorations down a notch to channel their focus into doing so much more for 100 families in need through a crowdfunding campaign, in collaboration with HOPE Worldwide Malaysia.  Public is welcome to join them in achieving a target of RM100,000 worth of groceries, school supplies and toys collectively to brighten the lives of these Malaysians.

To further stamp their year-end commitment, IPC Shopping Centre has taken the first step by contributing a total of RM50,000 to achieve half of the campaign’s target.

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The shopping centre has adopted ‘Christmas in a Box’ as their festive theme this year, which translates to giving a slice of the festivities to those in need, all within one box. To realise this effort, IPC Shopping Centre has put together four types of ‘gift boxes’ which will be given to 100 underprivileged local families.

The four gift boxes include:

  1. Happiness Box – IKEA Toys and Arts & Craft Supplies (RM25)
  2. Home Box – Groceries (RM48)
  3. Back-to-School Box – School Supplies (RM120)
  4. Care Box – Groceries + School Supplies (RM168)

IKEA Damansara, was the first commercial partner to collaborate with the campaign by developing the ‘Happiness Box’, which is completed with most of the things kids love, like IKEA soft toys as well as arts & crafts supplies.

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IPC Shopping Centre’s “Christmas in a Box” campaign will be running from 30th November until the 27th of December 2017. To contribute, simply head down to HOPE Worldwide Malaysia’s booth in the concourse, located on Level G, of IPC Shopping Centre.

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