Coffee brand serves the homeless, medical frontliners


University Malaya Specialist Centre staff thanking Costa Coffee and its employees for the gift of food.

COSTA Coffee Malaysia and its employees have collected RM6,000 so that food can be delivered to vulnerable communities such as the homeless and medical frontliners.

Part of the funds will be channelled to Mercy Malaysia to facilitate delivery to communities facing difficulties in getting food.

Costa Coffee employees also sponsored food for the homeless via Kechara Soup Kitchen and distributed meals to medical frontliners at Hospital Sungai Buloh, University Malaya Specialist Centre and University Malaya Medical Centre.

The company and its employees have embarked on these initiatives as they understand the predicament faced by many in sourcing for food during the movement control order.

Costa Coffee conveyed its gratitude to frontliners and all involved for their efforts in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic.

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