Feeding the needy during pandemic


Some of the children who received meals from Budimas Soup Kitchen.

BUDIMAS Charitable Foundation, through its Budimas Soup Kitchen, gave out meals to the needy from Perumahan Desa Awam Rejang in Selangor.

The event was launched by foundation chairman Tunku Datuk Yaacob Khyra along with the foundation’s principal officer Anne Rajasaikaran.

It reached out to 50 underprivileged families and provided them with groceries and 300 meals.

The Budimas Soup Kitchen project mainly reaches out to the homeless and underprivileged community and supplies meals and groceries daily.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, the campaign aims to lend a helping hand and create awareness of the importance of helping the poor.

The foundation also plans to provide aid to underprivileged children through its three pillar programme, namely the Budimas Home, Food and Education Charity Fund.

“As a non-profit organisation, we are thankful to be able to support those in need throughout the pandemic, ” said Anne.

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