(Bukit Mertajam News on the 14th) Listen to good songs, eat good food, and do good deeds! The “Hui Yin Chuan Qing” charity singing dinner planned by Zhou Jia Ban Charity Group and supported by Guangming Daily invites you to attend the music feast to spread love and join hands to raise funds for the Seberang Perai Kidney Patient Assistance Foundation Dialysis Center and Bukit Mertajam Jishan Support Society operating funds.
This extraordinary charity dinner will be held at 7pm on November 3 (Friday) at Fulinmen Restaurant. At that time, Zhou Jia Ban Records star and mentor Zhou Huimin will lead its outstanding singers to bring many beautiful songs, and four dance groups will heat up the atmosphere.
Datuk Pang Yongtian, the famous saxophonist and president of the Northern Malaysia Performing Artists Guild, also played a number of famous songs with special EQ, adding brilliance to the dinner.
Tu Yanhao, chairman of the conference, said at the press conference that he was very happy to join forces with various units to raise funds for the dialysis center and Jishan Assistance Society to help more patients in need.
Chen Diquan, the coordinator of the conference, pointed out that the Zhou Jiaban Charity Group does charity every month. This charity event is large-scale and raises funds for two charity groups.
“We hope to bring together more people to listen to good songs, eat good food, and do good deeds. People can also buy meals individually. The little they add makes up, and all the money raised will be donated to the above two groups.”
He also thanked Fook Lam Moon Restaurant for sponsoring some of the meals. At the dinner that day, Guangming Daily will be sold for charity to raise funds for the construction of Guangyu Chinese Primary School.
Vivian Chow said that 20 singers from the Chow Family Class will sing 20 classic and online songs across generations, and JNS MASH UP, Karen Boon Dance Group, Janet Mashup Dance and Karen Boon Dance Group will also present exciting dance performances.
“I have launched monthly charity activities in Zhoujiaban for five years. I hope to use this activity to attract more people to participate in charity work.”
Fulinmen Director Ye Fulin also expressed his willingness to support this charity event. The goal is to open at least 50 tables for the banquet. The restaurant will sponsor part of the meals and donate the profits from the sale of beer.
The dinner will provide eight sumptuous delicacies, with charity seats priced at RM1,088 per table (serving 10 persons). Those who donate RM5,000 will be invited to be the opening guest and will be given a VIP table; those who donate RM3,000 will be invited to be the ribbon-cutting guest and will be given a VIP table.
For reservations, please contact Fulinmen Restaurant (04-505 7978), Chen Diquan (012-555 6666) or
Vivian (012-407 8655).
Datuk Cheng Chia Hong, consultant of the dialysis center of the Seberang Perai Kidney Patient Assistance Foundation, pointed out that the center has more than 50 kidney patients and the monthly expenses are about more than RM100,000. If the government’s dialysis subsidy is delayed, the center will face even more difficulties. Heavy financial pressure.
He said that the center only charges the patient a dialysis fee of RM110 each time, of which RM60 is subsidized by social insurance and the patient has to pay RM50. Patients need to receive kidney dialysis three times a week and three supplementary injections per month (RM150 each). This is a heavy burden for patients from poor families, so the center must subsidize each patient with a monthly subsidy of RM600.
“The kidney dialysis center has more than 10 nurses. In order to retain them, the center must also increase the nurses’ salaries.”
He said that a kidney dialysis machine costs RM38,000 and has a useful life of 8 to 10 years. It will need to be replaced when the time limit is up, so he hopes everyone will donate generously.
In addition, Luo Taxin, chairman of the Jishan Assistance Society, pointed out that the association provides fixed monthly donations to support at least 15 patients, each of which is RM600. The care team will also distribute assistance of RM2,000 to at least three patients every month.
He said that the association’s medical and medicine donation will be expanded to two stores starting in November, and the number of patients is expected to increase from 50 to 80. Traditional Chinese massage services will also be added.
“We currently lack funds for medical treatment and medicine. The current monthly expenditure is more than 20,000 ringgit, and it is expected to increase by 30,000 to 40,000 ringgit in the future. If there are other groups willing to donate or adopt, please contact us.”
Attendees were Huang Yaling, general manager of Jishan Aid Society, Huang Ailing, general manager of the conference, Zhang Zhizhi, deputy manager (distribution/administration) of Wei Province and District of Guangming Daily, and Chen Junyu, deputy director of distribution.