Reaching out to needy kids again

(Standing, from left) Mohamed Kadri, Muslim Aid Malaysia director Wan Rusli Wan Muda and Mydin Mall Bukit Mertajam branch manager 2 Mohd Isa Che Daud together with company national sales manager Tonny Leong (right) attending to the children. — Photos: MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star

THE smiles of the children said it all as they enjoyed a buka puasa session in the company of friends and new acquaintances at Mydin Mall Bukit Mertajam in Prai, Penang.

Organised by Coca-Cola Malay-sia, the Fast2Feed programme saw some 230 children from the Rohingya Learning Centre, Spring Learning Centre, SK Tanah Liat, Akademi Qatrunnada and Pertubuhan Permata Al Mahabbah sampling a variety of food including crunchy fried chicken and beverages.

Coca-Cola Malaysia public affairs and communications director Mohamed Kadri Mohamed Taib said the event, which was in its 10th year, was part of the company’s commitment to give back to the community.

“Through our annual Fast2Feed programme held during Ramadan, we make a special effort to reach out to the poor.

Coca-Cola Malaysia staff members serving food to the children.

“We are grateful for the support we receive from our partners,” he said.

In partnership with Malaysia Muslim Humanity Aid Foundation, a colouring contest, ketupat weaving workshop and a quiz were also held for the children.

Since 2010, the Fast2Feed programme has touched many hearts all over the country by providing nutritious meals and drinks during Ramadan.

This year, Coca-Cola Malaysia will continue to work with its partners to help provide meals to over 5,000 orphans, refugees, families and members of indigenous communities in Selangor, Melaka, Perak, Penang, Johor, Pahang, Kelantan, Sarawak and Kuala Lumpur.

Those interested to be part of the Fast2Feed programme may contact the foundation at

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 1
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3

Did you find this article insightful?


Next In Metro News

Exorbitant and unreasonable, says Pahang Bar chairman over ‘office fee’ charge by state Land and Mines Office
Council orders sudden closure
DBKL, PjC release guidelines for petty traders during MCO
Show of face mask strength
Locked boom gate an inconvenience, say condo residents
Mayor pledges to grow more plants
Kuala Perlis-Langkawi passenger ferry service halted
Association donates RM5,500 in essentials to flood victims
Lion dance troupes bracing for the worst
Retailer donates RM4,220 as tribute to frontliners

Stories You'll Enjoy