Smiles All Round As Time International and the Cast of “Foxtrot Six” Visit the Rebuilt PAUD An-Nisa

Smiles All Round As Time International and the Cast of “Foxtrot Six” Visit the Rebuilt PAUD An-Nisa

Bogor, November 2018 – Time International and the casts of the anticipated action film Foxtrot Six paid a special visit to PAUD An-Nisa, an under privileged early childhood education centre in Bogor that is currently being reconstructed. The children and teachers were thrilled to have a surprise visit from actors Oka Antara and Mike Lewis.

This activity was part of Time International’s corporate social responsibility initiative in education aspect to support Happy Hearts Fund Indonesia’s program to rebuild schools. Oka Antara, Mike Lewis and the employees of Time International contributed to the reconstruction through wall painting and mural drawing for the nearly-finished school. They also took part in fun activities with the children.

Opened in 2011, PAUD An-Nisa, originally established as TPQ (Al-Quran learning group center), is located in Kampung Cimanggis Bogor, about 50 km from Jakarta. Most of the communities work as construction labors, factory workers and micro entrepreneurs.

Before the school was rebuilt, the class room suffered massive destruction at the ceiling, leaking and lack of sanitation facility which impact to the study activities. Efforts were therefore placed to provide a better and safe environment for the children and the immediate community. The new PAUD will have two classrooms, a teacher’s room, a toilet and a playground facility.

”We believe that we have a duty to support the children of today who will be our leaders of tomorrow. We are proud to partner with Happy Hearts Fund to get every child back to school and show them that they have a great journey ahead of them,” said Mr. Irwan Danny Mussry, President and CEO of Time International.

PAUD An-Nisa is the sixth school rebuilding project supported by Time International and is expected to be completed by December 2018. Together with Happy Hearts Indonesia, the company has been supporting early childhood development and education programs in Indonesia since 2014.

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About Time International
A leading brand builder and retail organization, Time International prides itself on its commitment to the promotion and appreciation of horological culture, luxury fashion, and lifestyle. Founded in the 1960s and currently managed by its second generation, Time International manages and operates both multi-brand retail stores – including leading watch retailer The Time Place, INTime, Urban Icon, and Project X – as well as single-brand retail stores for several of the world’s most renowned brand names, among them Rolex, Chanel, Cartier, TAG Heuer, Fendi, Fossil, Liebeskind, Tory Burch, Chopard, Berluti, DIESEL, Poney, Sweet Monster, Innisfree, Laneige, Valentno, REDValentino and, most recently, Lumine.
Renowned as an inspiring place to work in, the company enhances the wellbeing of its employees and nurtures the talents behind the business while also upholding its history of excellent service. With its unparalleled position in the market, Time International is also committed to giving back to society. The company is dedicated to keeping its long-held high standards of quality Marketing Expertise and Customer Relations.
Time International has the largest service centre in Jakarta, Time Care and Watch Care, complete with state-of the-art technology providing professional after-sales care for all brands sold from the retail outlets. For more information, visit www.timeinternational.co.id and follow the latest news on Instagram at @time.international.
About Happy Hearts Fund Indonesia
Happy Hearts Fund (HHF) began rebuilding schools in Yogyakarta after the devastating earthquake in 2006. More than 30 schools were built at the time. In 2013, HHF opened its first international chapter in Indonesia, Happy Hearts Fund Indonesia (Yayasan Hati Gembira Indonesia) to support the reconstruction of schools affected by natural disasters. In addition, HHF Indonesia is rebuilding schools in underdeveloped areas. Since 2006, HHF has built 128 schools, including 14 in NTT, and reaches more than 50,000 children in Indonesia.

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