The evolving COVID-19 situation has affected the likelihoods of many. This outbreak has shone light on the most vulnerable group of people in society, and apart from making donations online, here’s how you can do your part and help the society closest to your heart; with Milksha Gives Back To Community.
With every purchase of a drink or ice cream through Milksha’s online portal, Milksha will donate S$0.50 to The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund. Founded in 2000 as a community project, this fund helps to provide low-income families with financial support for meals even during the ‘Circuit Breaker’ period.
Mr Liao Chih Chien, Director of Sinpoint Holdings and the master franchise for Milksha Singapore, will also be matching the donation by four times the amount. That means for every purchase, he’ll be donating S$2 towards The Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund, which is currently supporting about 10,000 children and youths a year by helping to alleviate the financial burden faced by households struggling with feeding their families on their meagre incomes.
Bubble tea lovers will also be thrilled to know that Milksha is now back on islandwide delivery. Using 100% natural milk and natural ingredients to create its products, you can now indulge in their classic and luscious bubble tea offerings available on their online site.
With businesses unable to operate during these unprecedented times, low-income families are feeling the impact more than most. If you’re looking to do good while sipping down a good cup of bubble tea, order right away and support a good cause!
Dates & Times: Now available for delivery | 11am – 6pm (Daily)
Prices: Minimum order requirement of S$40, with a flat delivery fee of S$10