Tropicana Golf & Country Resort, a subsidiary of Tropicana Corporation Berhad recently joined forces with Thai Odyssey to give back to society.
The event was put together by Tropicana Foundation, a charity arm of the Tropicana Group in its aim to sell goods, raise funds and provide relief to the underprivileged communities during this MCO period. All profits from the charity sales will be channelled to 28 selected homes such as orphanages, old folks and special needs homes.
Tropicana’s Group Managing Director, Dion Tan and Thai Odyssey Managing Director, Din Tan echoed sentiments about reaching out to help the communities. “As a community builder, it is our mission to redefine the art of living – to innovate, create and improve the lives of our community.
This MCO 2.0 will have more a dire effect on everyone so it is important to unite and support the underprivileged society. Our TGCR team took turns to bake over 1,600 jars of cookies and healthy snacks to sell within our neighbourhood.
Profits will be channelled to 28 charity homes.” Dion explained. “At Thai Odyssey, we are pleased to collaborate with Tropicana to spread cheer and uplift people’s spirits by contributing in this joint initiative during this festive period.
This year, we put together our team of masseurs to make over 300 authentic Thai Herbal Poultices and Herbal Pouches. We are aiming to raise funds through our charity sales so that the collected funds can be used to help make the lives of the underprivileged more joyful and comfortable during such challenging times.” Din elaborated.
This charity drive started on 19 January 2021 and ended on 10 February with offerings of homemade treats such as cookies and healthy nut snacks priced from RM18 to RM22 by TGCR. Thai Odyssey Herbal Pouches were sold at RM15 for 10 pouches and its Herbal Poultices (prakop) were sold at RM30 per pair.
They also have Thai massage vouchers for sale at RM135.70. All sales from these products and 20% of sales from the vouchers were donated and went towards buying food, essential supplies and other necessities for these underprivileged homes.
Although online sales have ended, keen buyers can still purchase these items at the physical stores.
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