Food Box Malaysia - Giving Back to the Community

Food Box Malaysia - Giving Back to the Community

To help alleviate the suffering of the underprivileged people, the initiative has set up forty food boxes at Shell petrol stations in Klang Valley. The money raised through this initiative will feed five families for one month. As of this writing, the initiative has reached over 2,000 families at nine distribution points. Those who are able to donate cash are also welcome to do so. The funds raised will go towards purchasing food supplies and other essential items for disadvantaged people.

The Deluxe Foodie Box contains a variety of dry foods. Besides that, it also contains sanitary pads upon request. The Lockdown Kit is a project started by anonymous Malaysians to alleviate the plight of the poor. The program is a great way to meet people who need food in an affordable way. All you need to do is share their post on Instagram and you'll be connected with the team who will deliver the food.

To help these underprivileged communities, you can also consider making a donation to the Kedai Komuniti initiative. This initiative involves delivering a hot meal to the poor every week and is expected to cost about RM500 per person. The food boxes are packed in a sturdy plastic box and have a white colour that stands out. You can also write dish names on them. Aside from that, the boxes are available in a variety of sizes, including large ones.

If you would like to donate money, you can do so through the Cheka campaign. You can choose to make a cash donation or a product to donate. They will pack and deliver the boxes, and you can also purchase a donation box if you are willing to do so. The campaign has also been a success. The charity organization has collected more than RM20,000 since mid-July, and has pledged to deliver meals to more than 1,000 families by the end of this year.

By making a donation to the food box Malaysia campaign, you are giving back to the community. Each month, you will be donating RM10 to local B40 F&B businesses. As part of the Hunger Hurts Malaysia campaign, you can also donate money to the beneficiaries of the food box. You can buy a free sample of the cardboard boxes from the OoliMA PACK website. All you need to do is purchase a food box from the OOLIMA PACK website, and it will be donated to the local charity.

A food box from the Sukarelawan organization can help provide basic items to a family for a month. For RM99, a full month's worth of supplies is provided for one family. To support the program, you can donate books, toys, and other things. You can also support the cause on social media by following their account on Instagram. And remember, every dollar you donate helps the children in need. And that's why it's a good thing to do.

Mymahu is a non-government organisation that raises money for flood relief. Through the #benderaputih movement, this organisation is donating groceries and cash to the needy. Additionally, it supports the Women's Aid Organisation by offering crisis support and upskill programmes for survivors of the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition to raising funds, The Hope Branch also works on renovating poorly maintained shacks.

The number of Covid-19 cases in Malaysia has now topped 745,000. But the country is still nowhere near the 4,000-mark required to enter Phase Two. While charity organisations have been working tirelessly to alleviate the suffering of the poor, they are increasingly running out of funds to help the communities. The situation in Malaysia is dire and the charity sector is struggling to raise money in the midst of the crisis. And to compound this crisis, there is an abundance of food boxes in the country.