ALAMANDA CONTRIBUTES RM10,000 WORTH OF FOOD SUPPLIES TO HOSPITAL PUTRAJAYA
PUTRAJAYA, 25 SEPTEMBER 2020 – Alamanda Shopping Centre (Alamanda) contributed RM10,000 worth of food supplies to Hospital Putrajaya which consisted of teatime snacks such as coffee, tea and Milo packets as well as an assortment of biscuits.
The RM10,000 was raised as a “Tribute Fund” during Alamanda’s Merdeka Day celebration recently, whereby each time a shopper redeemed a limited-edition Merdeka T-shirt and voted for the VIKids art contest, Alamanda donated RM10 to the “Tribute Fund” for the benefit of the medical workers and staff at Hospital Putrajaya.
Andrew Brien, CEO of Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd said, “We hope that this small gesture will help them to stock up their food supplies at the hospital specifically their teatime snacks for them to enjoy during their break. It is time to give back to them as we are humbled by their immense sacrifices, invaluable dedication, commitment and steadfast efforts in managing medical situations during this unprecedented time.”
Ameer Thajudeen, General Manager of Alamanda Shopping Centre presented the food supplies to YBhg. Datuk Dr. Nora’i Mohd Said, Director of Hospital Putrajaya.
Dr. Nora’i Mohd Said commented, "This donation from Alamanda definitely means a lot to us. On behalf of the Hospital Putrajaya communities, we just want to say thank you so much because we feel the care and support.”
About Alamanda Shopping Centre
Alamanda Shopping Centre is owned by Putrajaya Holdings Sdn Bhd and managed by Suria KLCC Sdn Bhd with total gross floor area of 1,056,000 sq. ft and nett lettable area of 638,952 sq ft. For the convenience of about 12 million shoppers who frequent the mall annually, there are two dedicated car park buildings with approximately 3,000 car park bays, amenities for the disabled, two rooms for parents as well as prayer room. The concept behind Alamanda is simple; a shopper’s paradise, right in the heart of Putrajaya.
This lifestyle shopping centre has a variety of shops, restaurants, bowling alleys, food court and cinema. The mall also features travelator within a shopping complex that connects retail outlets and provides access directly to car parks. Another feature is its unique two-level design that allows even distribution and smooth flow of shoppers within its well-spaced premises.
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