If one of your new year resolutions is to get in shape then here’s a 12-hour marathon by The Pet Project Malaysia which you can involved with this weekend!
There will be dance, fitness and sports-based classes taught by internationally renowned presenters along with performances from Malaysia’s most promising young talents as well as a sports carnival, playground, silent auction, rock climbing wall, rugby drills, a 2-hour workshop by Jojo Struys, self defense classes, animal welfare talks, football nutrition talks, face painting, Asia’s largest football card montage, food & beverage stalls, sponsors & partners booths, merchandise booths and of course our NGO booths.
This event will take place on the 7th of January 2012 (from 11am to 11pm) at The British International School of Kuala Lumpur and aims to raise funds and awareness through POSITIVE and PROACTIVE ways to create a platform for the public to learn more about the various animal welfare NGOs and the cause itself.
This will be a totally transparent event and all proceeds will be split to the smaller NGOs (such as Save a Stray, AnimalCare, Paws, H.O.P.E., SPCA Selangor, Independent Pet Rescuers, MDDB, KTAJ (now known as SCRATCH) and Paws Mission) according to how many animals in their care and/or how much upgrading their facilities need.
This project aims to be the first of a long-term goal to secure funds for animal welfare… we are looking at making this a world-class, top-notch, yearly event. For more information about the event, visit their website here or watch the promo video below: