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Pondok Sari and Rama Garden Hotel Help Two Orphanages

Pondok Sari and Rama Garden Hotel Help Two OrphanagesStaff and management of the Pondok Sari and Rama Garden Hotel organized a social activity in the form of handover of grocery aid to two orphanages in Bali. The activity of caring for the fellow humans involved repeater guests of the hotel namely Mr. Mike Sherman & Miss Laura from Australia. It was firstly performed to 400 Baith El Christian Orphanage in Klungkung and then to Widya Asih Orphanage IV in Bangli.

“Visiting and providing assistance to orphanage children is our regular program held twice a year. Delivery of the assistance is for the umpteenth time as a form of our corporate social responsibility (CSR),” said General Manager of Pondok Sari, Ni Luh Redianis, after handing over the groceries in Bangli, Wednesday (Sep 26).

Aside from basic needs, the assistance provided was also in the form of stationery, usable clothes, dolls and daily supplies such as soap, hand and body lotion as well as shampoo. According to Redianis, the assistance provided was in cooperation with hotel employees, in-house guests as well as Mr. Mike Sherman and Ms. Laura who had raised funds in their home country.

“They are repeater guests who were looking for sponsor in their home country and then combined with the in-house guests, management and staff,” she said. (BTN/015)

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