Kedai Bless, a non-profit organisation, has recently launched its own online store, kedaibless.com. There, consumers can shop for pre-loved items, and the proceeds will be going to a good cause. Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Currently, the online store has over 250 donated items on sale. Of course, Kedai Bless mentioned that it will include more items in the coming weeks, such as attires for men and children. The organisation also mentioned that the net profit earned by Kedai Bless goes to two main groups: the Myanmar Refugee Children as well as the Kenosis and Rainbow Home drug rehabilitation centres.
The director of Kedai Bless, Gilbert Wee, said that the introduction of this online shop is to further the organisation’s causes. Ever since the first Kedai Bless outlet was opened in Bandar Tasik Selatan, there are now seven outlets where consumers can purchase both preloved and new items. “We are hoping that through the web-shop, we will be able to reach out to an even larger market and bless more lives along the way,” he said.
You can check out Kedai Bless’ online offering by heading to its online store here. If you’re keen to donate your belongings, you can also refer here for its list of branches in Malaysia, including Mid Valley Megamall, One Utama and Citta Mall.