Malaysians from different faiths unite to raise RM12mil in aid of Covid-19 designated hospitals


Even though various faith-based groups were already helping the vulnerable on their own during the pandemic, we felt that together with Tzu Chi, we could achieve much more, says Leow. Photos: Tzu Chi Foundation Malaysia

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Malaysians have been stepping up to help those in need wherever and whenever they can.

Some have been providing provisions and food to underprivileged communities, while others are banding together to donate medical equipment to hospitals in need.

In May, Tzu Chi Foundation Malaysia launched its Covid-19 Solidarity Fund to collect money for medical equipment such as ventilators, beds, masks, and nasal cannulas for hospitals.

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