Monday, December 19, 2016

Bargain Basement @ IOI City Mall

In the event of true Christmas spirit, IOI City Mall and Yayasan Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng (Yayasan TSLSC) collaborated and organized “Holly Jolly Christmas Fun” as part of their corporate social responsibility initiatives. On 6 December 2016, a total of 14 children from Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Cornerstone and 23 children from Pusat Jagaan KanakKanak Istimewa Lagenda enjoyed a fun-filled morning with thrilling activities at District 21, a 70,000 sq. ft. indoor action adventure park located within IOI City Mall. The children had a great time taking on some of the exciting rides offered at the theme park such as the largest indoor rope challenge course, Sky Trail and Malaysia’s first indoor Roller Glider, as well as, other activities prepared specially for them such as sand-art and DIY Christmas card-making. They were later treated to a delicious meal specially prepared by Texas Chicken.



During the media launch, Bargain Basement contributed its nett proceeds worth RM50, 000 to five beneficiaries in a cheque presentation by the Executive Director of Yayasan TSLSC, Datin Joanne Wong. Five homes namely Rumah Shalom (Pertubuhan Kebajikan Kristian Aman Selangor), Yayasan Seribu Harapan Malaysia, Pertubuhan Anak Yatim Darul Aminan, Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Cornerstone and Pusat Jagaan Kanak-Kanak Istimewa Lagenda will be receiving RM10,000 each. This initiative is in support with Bargain Basement’s motto which is “give to inspire others to give”. “Besides helping to remove clutter at home, this initiative also benefits the environment as the goods are used by someone else instead of being dumped in a landfill,” said Datin Joanne. Additionally, the children also received a school bag and goodie bags distributed by Datin Joanne and General Manager of IOI City Mall, Mr Chris Chong. Items in the goodie bags such as light snacks, drinking bottle and much more were sponsored by Yayasan TSLSC and The Manhattan Fish Market.

About Bargain Basement
Bargain Basement is a community initiative of Yayasan Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng (Yayasan TSLSC). The charity retail outlet sells pre-loved, unused and premium items at affordable prices. Clothing, shoes, bags, jewelleries, household products, books and electrical appliances are among goods donated and sold at the outlet. Since its opening in June 2016, the outlet has received great response from generous donors which helps to raise as much money as possible for good causes. Located at B3-10, IOI City Mall, Bargain Basement operates daily from 10 am to 10 pm and welcomes anyone who wishes to donate or purchase items, to help the community and those in need. For further information about Bargain Basement, contact 03-8947 8888 (ext: 1128) or visit yayasan.ioigroup.com. 



Those who want to donate, can drop off their unused items at the cabin next to me! Girls who having troubles of "full house" for the wardrobe could do some spring cleaning to donate unfit, less worn and still brand new looking clothes and items to Bargain Basement for good cause.



Prevoled items at Bargain Basement


Prevoled items at Bargain Basement


Prevoled items at Bargain Basement


Prevoled items at Bargain Basement


Shop and Get Rewarded at IOI City Mall
To make Christmas shopping more rewarding, IOI City Mall has partnered with Standard Chartered Bank to spread the cheers of giving with exclusive rewards upon purchases. Standard Chartered bank card holder who had spent RM200 onwards in single receipt at any outlet are eligible to spin the fortune wheel and stand a chance to win one of these exclusive gifts; the Penguin Backpack, customised umbrella, exclusive lunch box and more. 

Redemptions are available at Ground Floor West Wing, while stocks last and must be made on the same day of purchase. These redemptions are not valid for transactions made at GSC, HomePro, Index Living Mall, Parkson, Tesco, Icescape, District 21, Currency Exchangers and any forms of bill payments.

8 comments:

  1. Nice sharing! Have a wonderful week, dear! xoxo

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  2. What a great cause.

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  3. Interesting place! You can shopping and help someone in the same time.

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  4. This is a nice initiative. I have been to BLESS - 1Utama. They run on a similar concept.

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    1. yeah some places having the same charity concept too

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