Inkmaker Group Starts Festive Cheer By Bringing Colour To Children With Special Needs

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 21 Dec, 2020: It was a proud moment for Inkmaker Group recently, as Alice Guerra (spouse of Roberto Guerra, CEO Asia Pacific, Inkmaker Group) kick started a series of joyous activities with special needs children in Malaysia.

Alice, a mother of two and a globally-acclaimed artist renowned for her ceramic-mosaic sculptures, put aside her busy schedule to dedicate some quality time with the pupils with autism of Sri Eden school, Kuala Lumpur.

“On behalf of Inkmaker Group I proposed a series of four sessions in mosaics, to share with these great kids, on how placing many tiny colourful parts together can magically form a beautiful whole. In many ways it is very similar to the colourful initiatives, of the Sri Eden school’s volunteers, that go into creating a better whole environment for these pupils. I count myself honoured to have been part of that mosaic,” said Mrs. Guerra, “the kids were a pleasure to work with and their creativity and expression filled me with joy and enthusiasm.”

The activity was backed by monetary donations; one for the school and another for National Cancer Society Malaysia, Youth Division.

Alice, who is tasked with setting-up and chairing the Inkmaker Group Foundation, has more ambitious activities planned for 2021.

“I am particularly proud, of Alice and everything that she is doing with our Group. Many of us are facing lock-down situations around the world, but it is always inspiring to see good will continuing,” commented Roberto.