RM1mil spent to help the poor in Johor

Farrah (second from left) handing over the goodies to Flat Tasek Block B representative Sahar Yahyatt. Watching on is Ho (left) and IMSHA and Social Hero Foundation founder Edey Suresh. — NUR AISYAH MAZALAN/The Star

JOHOR BARU: Since the start of the movement control order (MCO) on March 18, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the state have distributed almost RM1mil in food aid and donations to the needy.

Ihsan Johor and Yayasan Suria, who are both recipients of the Iskandar Malaysia Social Heroes Award (IMSHA), distributed the money which they received from crowdfunding and donations.

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