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Money given to Aloysius Pang’s family donated to Night Safari pangolin exhibit & chronically ill children

Aloysius always had a heart for needy children and animals.

Andrew Koay | July 6, 03:49 pm

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Donations made to the family of late actor Aloysius Pang will be put to charitable causes.

According to a July 5 Instagram post by Aloysius’ elder brother, Kenny, the family has made a donation to the Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group and adopting the pangolin exhibition in Aloysius’ memory.

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It’s been almost 6 months. Thank you for all the care and concern everyone has given to our family. We are endlessly grateful. . He had always been passionate about helping needy children and loved animals. Therefore, we would like to share that we have made donations with your kind contributions to honour and continue his passion. . Earlier this year, we made a donation to Club Rainbow (Singapore) which provides compassionate services to children with chronic illnesses. This month, we made another donation to Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group adopting the Pangolin Exhibit. Both in loving memory of him. We hope this contribution can help the organisations in any way possible! -kp . #rememberingaloysiuspang @club.rainbow @wrs.ig

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“He had always been passionate about helping needy children and loved animals. Therefore, we would like to share that we have made donations with your kind contributions to honour and continue his passion,” Kenny wrote.

The world’s first Sunda pangolin exhibit was opened in the Night Safari in 2009.

Club Rainbow

Kenny added that the family had also made a donation to Club Rainbow (Singapore) earlier this year.

The non-profit organisation provides compassionate services to chronically ill children and their families.

The exact amounts were not disclosed.

More than five months after tragedy

Kenny also thanked his followers for the support his family had been shown.

He said: “We are endlessly grateful.”

Aloysius Pang died on Jan. 23, 2019 after sustaining injuries while undergoing reservist training in New Zealand.

After 4 days in hospital, S’pore actor Aloysius Pang dies from reservist injuries in New Zealand

Top image from Aloysius Pang’s Facebook page and Kenny Pang’s Instagram

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