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Toggi Fun World to donate money from each ticket to Children’s charities

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  • 31 July, 2022 12:00 AM
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Toggi Fun World to donate money from each ticket to Children’s charities
Toggi Fun World In-Charge Masudur Rahman Manna speaks at a press conference at the VR Theme Park in the capital’s Bashundhara City Shopping Mall on Saturday. —SUN photo

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Toggi Fun World will donate a portion of money from the sale of each ticket for the well-being of underprivileged children through three social organisations.

The three organisations are Jaago Foundation, Bashundhara Special Children Foundation and Bidyanada Foundation, according to a briefing held on Saturday.

Toggi Fun World In-Charge Masudur Rahman Manna, Jaago Foundation Founder KorviRakshand, Bidyanada Foundation Director Jamal Uddin was present at the press briefing at Bashundhara City in the capital.

Bashundhara City In-charge Mohsinul Karim made the address of welcome while Toggi Fun World Deputy Manager Sumaiya Afrin Ahona moderated the session. 

In his speech, Masudur Rahman Manna said Toggi Fun World is delighted to partner with the social organisations working to support underprivileged children.

" Jaago Foundation has supported hundreds of underprivileged children through providing education. Bidyanada Foundation has been working for ensuring food for children alongside supporting their education," he said.

Manna mentioned that Bashundhara Group has been operating a foundation for the well-being of differently-abled children.

"We want to contribute to life-changing projects for children. Bashundhara Group always tries to do something better for society. We want to share something better for the children from Toggi World," he added.

Referring to the philanthropic practice of Bashundhara Group Chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan, his secretary Masudur Rahman Manna said Bashundhara Group has conducted social activities across the country during the pandemic, floods and other calamities.

Jaago Foundation Founder KorviRakshand said the platform is supporting the education of around 4500 students in English medium from underprivileged communities.

"The programme to share Tk 1 is from each ticket is a huge thing for our foundation. Many of our students are studying abroad with scholarships," he said.

On behalf of Bashundhara Special Children Foundation, Mohsinul Karim said the platform ensures quality education for differently-abled kids.

Bidyanada Foundation board member Jamal Uddin said the partnership with Toggi Fun World of Bashundhara Group is a big honour for the organisation.

" Bidyanada started with education and later added a feeding programme as many students attend class with hunger. The sharing of Tk 1 is significant for Bidyanada as the organization offer food at Tk 1 to maintain self-respect among underprivileged students," he said.

Earlier on Saturday morning, a group of 40 students of Jaago Foundation visited Toggi Fun World and experienced different games and rides.

The theme park organised a complementary visit for the underprivileged children marking International Friendship Day.

Toggi Fun World, located in Bashundhara City Shopping Complex in Panthapath of the capital, is the largest VR theme park in the country.

Most of the games and rides are imported from Europe and China. The state-of-the-art security system maintains the international standard. To thrill up the minds with exciting games at Toggi Fun World, one may collect e-ticket from www.toggifunworld.com