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Thursday, April 13, 2023

GUARDIAN HOLDS HYGIENE WORKSHOP AND DONATES BATH CARE PRODUCTS TO SCHOOL CHILDREN - Part of Guardian’s ‘Together, Keeping Kids Clean And Healthy’ Community Service Campaign

About 200 Year 2 and Special Needs students of Sek Kebangsaan Shah Alam recently enjoyed an interactive Guardian Hygiene Workshop organised by Guardian Malaysia as part of its nationwide community service programme, “Together, Keeping Kids Clean and Healthy” aimed at helping children from low income families stay clean and, consequently, healthy. 


Soren Lauridsen, Chief Executive Officer, Health and Beauty, South East Asia, Guardian Health and Beauty Sdn Bhd said;

“It gives us great joy and pride when we see the happy faces of these children learning about good hygiene practices at our Hygiene Workshop. At Guardian, we believe that everyone deserves to feel clean and healthy. It is a basic human right. It should not be a luxury or privilege, especially for children. Children from low income families are especially vulnerable because these families do not have the resources, especially post Covid-19, to be able to buy hygiene products when their priority is to buy food to feed their children.”





“Which is why Guardian’s ‘Together, Keeping Kids Clean And Healthy’ Campaign has been launched to aim to provide 20 million baths to underprivileged children not only in Malaysia but in other South East Asian countries, namely, Singapore, Indonesia, Cambodia and Vietnam. This is a Guardian region wide Corporate Social Responsibility campaign.”

Apart from the Hygiene Workshop, the children at the school also received complimentary Guardian bath care products. A total of 820 bottles of bath care and hand wash products were donated to the children of the school.

In addition, Guardian volunteers also painted a colourful mural featuring the Guardiancares Bear at the school depicting the importance of hygiene and bathing.

Headmistress of SK Shah Alam, Pn Hamidah Bt Shamsudin also expressed her gratitude for Guardian’s contribution.

“We are very grateful for this timely donation and Guardian’s campaign to keep our children clean and healthy. We also appreciate their effort to spruce up our school by painting such a colourful mural. The school children really are inspired by it,” Pn Hamidah said.

Also present was Dato’ Lawrence Low, Founding Chairman, MyPerintis & School of Life Malaysia, Guardian’s NGO partner in this programme. 


Soren added;“Additionally, for every one litre of Guardian bath care product sold in Malaysia, 15 sen will be donated to buying bath care products for these underprivileged children. So we hope our customers will support our community service effort by buying Guardian bath care products.”

In addition, the Guardiancares Bear will be on sale at RM30 only, at all Guardian stores throughout Malaysia and through Guardian’s online store and the Guardian mobile app. All proceeds from the sale of Guardiancares Bears will go to the #guardiancares fund to support the bath care needs of underprivileged children in Malaysia.

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