Mall chain employees bring early Christmas treat to kids

ROSALES – Employees of the SM City Rosales again held their “ChriSMiles,” their annual volunteerism event for their chosen beneficiaries.

This year they treated 30 children of the janitorial services to a free movie, parlor games and party. They received dolls, toy cars, kitchen set to robots and SM Cares’ Bears of Joy,” said Roselle Gale, public relations officer of the SM City Rosales.

ChriSMiles is an activity of SM Supermalls that started in 2012 that seeks to encourage all SM employees to give to their community by sharing their blessings with the underprivileged sectors of society.

SM employee Lovely Macanlalay said that she felt humbled because with just a little time and effort, she made other people happy. (PIA Pangasinan)

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