A Primary School Boy Is Making Children’s Wishes Come True With A Chocolate Chiffon Bake Sale For Christmas

(Source: Malay Mail)

This year has definitely been a big bummer for everyone, but since the holidays are right around the corner and this rollercoaster ride of a year is ending soon, we should all take this opportunity to make amends and maybe even do some good for our vulnerable communities.

Hopping on that bandwagon is Ryan Kok Lik Yerk, a primary school student who has been busy whipping up chocolate chiffon cakes as an initiative to raise money for Children’s Wish Society of Malaysia (CWS), a charity organization that caters to children living with chronic and terminal illnesses.

(Source: Malay Mail)

The 11-year-old from Subang Jaya stated that he got inspired to give back to communities in need after his younger sister, Emma Rose had donated her hair to charity.

Since the young boy has a knack for baking, Ryan even proposed to do bake sales in order to make someone’s wish come true so that they can have a better Christmas.

(Source: Malay Mail)

Besides the wholesome motive, the bake sale has also been a great bonding session for Ryan and his sister, as she helps him with the baking process as well as with designing the posters. Therefore, since school sessions are online right now, this has also been a great opportunity for Ryan to practice his baking skills and catch up on some reading.

Ryan also expressed in Malay Mail that his Christmas wish this year is for the vaccine to be available soon for everyone. Aiyah, so cute!

If you’re interested to support his bake sale, his chocolate chiffon cakes will be sold at RM12 each and delivery is available in the USJ area, whereas all profits will be directly donated to CWS.