The auditorium of Fatimah Hospital Nursing School in Ipoh was recently filled by some 180 people who came to watch the Japanese movie, Inu to Watashi no 10 no Yakusoku (10 Promises To My Dog), and all for a good cause, too.
The movie night was organised by The Kiko Animal Food Bank to raise funds for its noble cause of feeding animals in the streets and those kept at shelters.
In addition to keeping these animals fed daily, the charitable organisation’s long-term plan is to help clear stray animals from the streets of Ipoh. This is done through its Trap, Neuter, Release & Manage (TNRM) programme, which begins with responsible feeding, followed by sterilisation and vaccination.
Since the establishment of The Kiko Animal Food Bank slightly over a year ago, more than 170,000 meals have been served (or 100kg of kibbles monthly) and over 150 animals have gone through the TNRM programme.
As you are aware, all these require financial support and it is through the public that The Kiko Animal Food Bank depends on. As cliché as it may sound, if we can’t do the good deed ourselves, let us support, even financially those who are willing to spend time and get their hands dirty.
If you support this cause, you may do so by either volunteering your time to the organisation or make a cash deposit to The Kiko Animal Food Bank at 8007265903 (CIMB).
Event: The Kiko Animal Food Bank Charity Movie Night
Venue: Fatimah Hospital Nursing School (Auditorium), Ipoh
Date: 11th July, 2015
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