Musical Evening for the Malaysian Children’s Aid Society (MACAS) Press Conference

Datin Maylene Yong, Ms Winnie Loo, Datin Pearl Jai Mohan, 
Dato' Dr Jai Mohan & Ms Wong Yoke Mei

To lend a helping hand to the needy, A Cut Above Group of Salons & Academy will be putting together a musical evening to raise funds for the Malaysian Children’s Aid Society (MACAS). A Musical Evening for The Children’s Charity Ball will feature over 30 philanthropists performing at the Grand Ballroom, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa on November 26th 2012 at 7pm. 

Winnie Loo

VIPs & Committees

This year, the focus is on underprivileged children, every child deserves a chance at happiness. They are our future and our hope, the next generation who will go on to build the nation. Formed on September 29, 1970, MACAS is presently under the distinguished patronage of HRH Tuanku Bainun Mohd Ali, Raja Permaisuri of Perak and the able leadership of its President, HRH Raja Dato’ Seri Eleena Sultan Azlan Shah. MACAS is affiliated with the Malaysian Council of Child Welfare and places great emphasis on family unity. 

The Sponsors

Winnie Loo & Performers

Performers in the musical-cum-hair show include high society ladies, local celebrities and musicians ranging from nine to 60 years of age. They include The Glitterama Ladies Charity Group, nine-year-old songbird Crystal Lee, violinist Dennis Lau who will be performing with beat boxer Koujee, 2009 Asia Superstar winner Vic Teo and World Stage winner, HK vocal coach Mita Tam, Malaysian Idol Season 1, 1st runner up Dina, sand artist Loong Bee, a children’s dance performance by Karen Barnes Dance Studio, soprano Rachel Tan from Dama Orchestra, and many more. A special highlight is the hair show which will feature 16 Miss Universe Malaysia 2012 finalists. Celebrity emcees for the evening are Angel Wong and Baki Zainal.

Datin Pearl Jai Mohan, Winnie Loo, Dato' Dr Jai Mohan

The non-profit organisation believes that children grow up to become better adults by learning to love, care and share among family members in a loving home environment. MACAS aims to help enhance familial ties and life by preventing acute want, malnutrition and infant mortality among underprivileged children. It hopes to complement the Government’s efforts to care for the children in need and to give them a chance to grow up to be healthy and good citizens.

some pictures of Malaysian Children’s Aid Society (MACAS)

To help raise funds for the children, individuals and corporations can support this charity event. There will be a lucky draw towards the end of the evening and lucky winners stand a chance to win fabulous prizes. Your contribution will give these children a better education and help meet their basic needs.

Interested individuals could purchase the tickets by contact:
Joanne Lau at 016 2813 403 email:
Edmund Tang at 012 3400 322 email:

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