Small Change Big Difference


The Pacific Regency Hotel Suites’ Small Change Big Difference programme is a part of their CSR commitments in fulfilling their responsibilities and obligations toward those within the community who are less fortunate and not blessed with those advantages that we enjoy and take for granted.

To this end, PRHS is launching a month long campaign to amass a minimum of RM50,000 for the Lighthouse Welfare Home, a family-oriented home for vulnerable children.

From December 1 to December 31, 2009, 5 cent from every RM1 spent at any of their outlets including banquet and events will be channelled to Lighthouse Education Fund. Not only that, a Christmas Tree of Hope that holds 40 wishes of innocent underprivileged children from Lighthouse, is on display at the hotel lobby. Put a smile on the faces of these beautiful children and incite goodness by picking out and fulfilling any of the wish list.

About Lighthouse:

Lighthouse Children HomeLighthouse Children Welfare Home is a safe home for vulnerable children where they can get away from their difficult backgrounds. This foster home is run by Steven and Jacinta, and focuses on bringing the children up in a loving, family-orientated environment, amongst brothers and sisters of different ages, giving them the chance to develop to their full potential.

To find out more about Lighthouse, or to help/donate/volunteer, please visit

From: Tue Dec 1, 2009
To: Thu Dec 31, 2009
Address: Pacific-Regency Hotel and Suites, Jalan Punchak, off Jalan P. Ramlee, KL
Tel: 03 2332 7777 ext 6807 (Audrey)


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