Sarawak Entrepreneur Association (SEA) Women’s Wing Christmas Appreciation Charity for the Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) for Intellectually and Physically Disabled Young Adults
The Sarawak Entrepreneur Association (SEA) Women’s Wing is organising a Christmas Appreciation Charity activity this December 2015. The beneficiary to this charity is the COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION (CBR) Centre which was created in year 1992 under SOCIAL WELFARE COUNCIL OF SARAWAK.
The Community Based Rehabilitation Centre (CBR) main objective is for the training and rehabilitation for the intellectually and physically disabled young adults from the age of 18 and above.
This year, SEA had identified the Community Based Rehabilitation Centre (CBR) as an entity which is under privilege group that needs financial aids from the public and business community. At the present, the centre has a total of 238 registered members while its current premises located at Jalan Bisayah, Off Jalan Ong Tiang Swee, Kuching can only accommodate a maximum of 48 members.
This Christmas Appreciation Charity activity is undertaken by SEA women’s wing to assist the centre to create public awareness and to raise charity donation from public and business community. There will be a Christmas Appreciation Luncheon on 20th December 2015 from 11am to 2pm at The Serenity Court, ground floor of Crown Tower, Kuching. Donors to this Christmas Appreciation Charity will be invited to celebrate Christmas Appreciation luncheon called “CARE WITH LOVE” with the members of CBR. There will be a Talent shows and Christmas song presentations by the members of this intellectually disabled from CBR centre.
The Sarawak Entrepreneur Association (SEA) is seeking generous contributions from the members of public and business community to this Christmas Charity project organised by its women’s wing to the members of Community Based Rehabilitation Centre. For further information please log on to https://www.facebook.com/SarawakEntrepreneurAssociation/ or contact Ms Amy Lim, Public Relation Committee at 016-8860222.