Malaysian law student helps the needy through food bank project

Praviin at the food bank located at Taman Mewah, Port Dickson. Photos: Kumara Vell & Kuhan Raj

As a secondary school student, Praviin R. A. Anandaraman would save up his weekly pocket money of RM20 to help the poor.

Praviin, now 19, even formed a (non-registered) foundation called TSP (Tomorrow Special Plan) Foundation for his charity efforts when he was in Form Three.

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