LMKK Help Membakut Tadika Get a Fresh Coat of Paint, Revitalise Learning Centre

The LMKK associates who turned ‘painters’ and ‘handymen’ to put a Membakut Tadika back in good condition.

KOTA KINABALU – In conjunction with the Take Care Movement and Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu’s corporate social responsibility, LMKK reached out to a KEMAS kindergarten in Sungai Damit, Membakut.

LMKK associates showed their support by helping the management of the kindergarten to restore and fix their learning centre.

The associates visited the kindergarten recently and brought along some paint and equipment to paint their walls to make the kindergarten look brighter and feel more alive than it was before.

The visitors also helped restore their broken fan capacitor, water pipes, bench and book shelves so that the kids from the neighborhood will have a better and new environment during their 2017 learning session.


The government-run kindergarten has a total number of 28 students in the four to six years old range.

“So much colours and it is so beautiful,” said the students of the kindergarten when they started their first day of school on January 3.

LMKK will continue to support community projects in the long run to help the underprivileged ones in order to provide them a better place and give support to them in any way.

Director of Human Resources of Le Meridien Kota Kinabalu, Shirley Shim said, “First of all, I would like to thank all associates that took part of the outreach and lend a helping hand to give the kindergarten a brand new look.

It is a rewarding experience to know that the kids will have a better place to learn now”. Ms Shim added, “We look forward into making more outreach to the community to make tomorrow a better day”.