Malaysia had recorded its highest recorded of number of daily Covid-19 cases yesterday (13 July) with 11,079 cases and it seems that Malaysia still have a long way before we walk out of the shadows of Covid-19.
Malaysians had been crying out loud as the job security vanishes and the risk of unemployment increases. At the same time, Malaysians who are in dire need of help are raising their white flags as a sign that they needed aid urgently.
Nonetheless, food banks are mushrooming across the nation to help these people.
On Monday (12 July), a dedicated and enthusiastic Malaysian who wanted to contribute to the society had applied for a permit to set up a food bank in Han Ming Primary School in Puchong, Selangor. He took the great news to Facebook to inform the residents in the area about the food bank and urge Malaysians who are in need to collect the aid there.
For those who have missed the first opportunity, don’t be disappointed. He mentioned that the food bank will return to the same place, at Han Ming Primary School on Thursday (15 July) and they will begin operation from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., or until they run out of supplies.
Nonetheless, he also mention that he needed contributions from those who are capable of to continue providing aid to the people. He added that the contributions can be in the form of funds or supplies too.
Lastly, as a reminder, they will be back at Han Ming Primary School on Thursday (15 July) to provide more supplies to those who needed them.
Kudos to this Malaysian who enthusiastically spread kindness to the fellow Malaysians during this challenging time.
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