In these trying times, it’s more important than ever for us to help each other.
Together, we hope to raise RM10,000 to be channelled to food banks by three non-profit and non-governmental organisations to help them help those in need.
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The Lost Food Project
The Lost Food Project is a Malaysian not-for-profit organisation dedicated to a sustainable future by rescuing ‘lost’ food and finding it a new home with people who need it most. TLFP prevents quality, nutritious food and other surplus goods from going to landfill, and redistributes this food and other essential items to those in need – regardless of religion, gender, age, disability or ethnic group. TLFP rescues tons of surplus food each week and gives it to its charity partners, who in turn use this food to provide nutritious meals for Malaysia’s most vulnerable. W thelostfoodproject.org
Founded by Deborah Henry, Fugee is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation that champions equality and access by and with refugees to bridge learning gaps and nurture self-reliance across communities. In the midst of Covid-19, it is working on sending food aids to marginalised refugee, migrant and Malaysian families in need. Thus far, it has helped over 230 families and is seeking to help more. W fugee.org
The Hope Factory Malaysia
The Hope Factory Malaysia is a registered non-governmental organisation spearheaded by Tengku Munazirah Shah that promotes social change in six areas of critical need in Malaysia. Through the sale of its product, proceeds are channeled to improve education, access to food, child protection, healthcare, homelessness and animal welfare. W thfmalaysia.com
Together, we can make a difference. Thank you for your generosity.