Building Fund Campaign for Interreligious Centre for the Faithful

Honey has many health benefits. Now if you buy honey, you will also benefit society. You will be helping to raise funds to build the first Interreligious Centre for the faithful in Malaysia.

Malaysia is a blessed country with people of different cultural background and religion living harmoniously and peacefully. We are people on earth, we are happy beings thus we are always happy working together for a better cause towards peace and harmony on earth. Interreligious understanding is very important towards unity and harmonious living. 

 On 10 October 2015, a colloquium event was organised by the Selangor branch of Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism (MCC-BCHST) or in Bahasa Malaysia it is Majlis Perundingan Malaysia Agama Buddha, Kristian, Hindu, Sikh dan Tao.  A total of six (6) religions took part in this colloquium. They are Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism. Each religion took turns to host this event in its premise, and this year it was held in Wisma Buddhist in Jalan Kelang Lama, Kuala Lumpur. Tuan Khalid Jaafar represented the Selangor Menteri Besar graced the joyous occasion. 

Realising the need to have it own premise for the meeting of Interreligious understanding purposes, therefore, on that day, it was also the official launch of its building fund raising campaign. 

The MCC-BCHST Selangor branch is organising a building fund raising campaign to build its very own building catering for all religions. "The building will be used for all administration tasks and event management of all the religions. We will also build a prayer room (surau) for the convenience of our Muslim brothers and sisters" said Dr. Jeffery Cheah, MCC-BCHST Selangor Branch Fund Raising Chairman 2015/2016.  

To aid this fund raising campaign, MCC-BCHST Selangor Branch is selling honey. Honey is a sweet food made by bees from the nectar of flowers. (from Wikipedia). The unique flavor and color of honey depends on the blossoms visited by the honey bees. For the health conscious calorie watcher, a teaspoon of honey on average gives 64 calories. 

My Honey is homegrown brand processed and filtered from wild honey from Melaka state. There is no preservatives, no additives and coloring added. It is processed to take out the unwanted sugar.

I bought two bottles of My Honey to aid this building fund cause. I tried the flavor and it tastes sweet and viscous. And, yes, it does not have the sour after-taste which we can get from other types of honey. I have tried many types of honey from Manuka Honey, bee pollen honey to raw wild honey. My Honey has its own unique taste because it has gone through thorough process and filtration, therefore, I can feel the smooth, clear and soothing taste when I slowly sip it. 

This is 520 gm at RM100 per bottle

This is the 320 gm at RM50 per bottle

There are different sizes of bottles of honey sold for this building fund. The the small bottle is  220gm at RM40 per bottle. Then a bigger one is 320 gm at RM50 per bottle whereas the biggest one is 520 gm at RM100 per bottle. All comes in nice packaging which is suitable for gifts of all occasions.

My Honey - Madu Kelulut

Madu Kelulut is more expensive as it is honey produced by a type of stingless bee (kelulut bee) 

A bottle of Madu Kelulut is RM150 for a bottle of 520 gm

 MCC-BCHST Selangor Branch hopes to raise funds to acquire to build a centre or buy a 5 story shoplot. This sale of honey is one of the initial stages of fund raising where 40% from this honey sale will be towards this cause. 

To buy honey, please contact Dr. Jeffery, telephone number +6017-2767754 to order. 

For those who wants to donate or contribute in cash, please bank to CIMB Bank under the name of MAJLIS PMABKHST CAWANGAN SELANGOR, account number 80-0228433-8. Please whatapps Dr Jeffery the banked-in for receipts.
Thank you

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