Half of Dutch Lady’s education fund has been snapped up leaving 20 spots still available for deserving individuals.
To date, the fund has disbursed a total of RM500,000 since its inception on April 5.
“During these challenging times, parents all over the country are struggling with a multitude of concerns,” Tarang Gupta, Managing Director, Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad said in a statement.
“The good news is they don’t have to compromise on their children’s future just because they are going through uncertain times. ”
The nationwide campaign aims to provide parents the support they need for their children education through the Skim Simpanan Pendidikan Nasional (SSPN-i) fund with each child receiving RM25,000.
In addition to the education fund, the campaign will also award 160 consolation prizes consisting of smart devices.
Five winners will be selected to receive the education fund each week along with 20 consolation prizes winners until the campaign ends on May 30.
For more information on the campaign log on to www.smartmoments.com.my.