Providing The Joy And Happiness!

Posted: June 22, 2014 in Uncategorized

Captain’s log                                                              Stardate: 70442.5 (Jun 22th, 2014)

Its another fun filling day for the community of  Pause For A Cause (PFAC) to come together to bring smile for the kids. From the time its first started, we had reach out to many network of charities and communities. Spontaneously expanding our mission, to promote our cosplay appeal for a good cause into society. From there, we quickly become well-known and had gained more cosplayers who are willing to contribute to join us.

Our founder were in touch with this community known as Project GIVE, where the team work alongside with Kandang Kerbau Hospital’s (KKH) Homecare team. Their aim is to provide joy, happiness, cheers and lots of love for those kids with special needs. With us providing the best of our support, we can ensure the kids and their families that this will be an awesome event they won’t forget. Cause there will be a cosplay runway prepared by us. Like a fashion runway, literally =D The children were so amazed by our appearance as they did not expect a group of Power Rangers to show up on stage. 

Speaking of which, only we, 6 of us Power Rangers show up at the event. So likewise, the event’s theme will be the morphenomenal Power Rangers. Superheroes who carried the symbol of hope and happiness =)

So after our cosplay runaway ended, we were divided into 3 teams. We will followed the respective staff assigned to us to mingle with the kids and their families. Also, to have their photos taken with us. The kids there were so happy to see their childhood heroes in person (Although there’s some ended up crying cause they were quite frightened), that some of them even scream excitedly from a distance.

Hilariously, we also ended up taking part in this workout program on stage. Its kind of unexpected actually. We were told that most of the kids wants us to be on stage and join the people up there. So there we were, burning those calories away while we workout. I had to admit. I was truly enjoying myself up there! So does the rest. This is where the fun part comes in. I just couldn’t help myself once I’m high in suit. Seriously! Man! I just couldn’t get enough of the workout! XD!!!!

Best photos taken from friends. Credits to them! =)

*Note: Due to the nature of this event, we are not allowed to disclose photos of the special kids and their families as to protect their privacy. Photos shown below are cleared by the organisers. give 1 project 2

At the end of the day, I’ve learn something meaningful from all this. That life is short. Be thankful and grateful for what you have now. And how fortunate you were to be. There are those who are less fortunate, but yet struggles to live a normal life like everybody else. Be cherish by each passing day. Especially when you get to wake up and start fresh for a new day. The event I attended, had left me to feel sadden by these kids who suffered such disability. Behind that Power Ranger helmet of mine, I admit that I was nearly in tears, that I really feel sorry for them. That’s why we are all there to give them the best and put a smile on each one of them. Its really a wonderful experience for me.

That’s why we have to be grateful of who we are and what we have now. Even if you are not rich. Cause money and fame doesn’t last long. There are people out there who needs more than we do. Life is short. We would like to thank the organisers of Project GIVE for giving us this opportunity to work alongside with them and giving them the best support needed. Our aim is alike, and we will do whatever we can to give the encouragement and best in our ability for these special children. We will continue to meet again in the future! =)

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