Kuching entrepreneur’s food drive

Lee (left) and her mother Betty co-hosted an online experience on making ‘yee sang’ to raise funds for Kuching Food Aid.

FOR the past few months, Kuching-based entrepreneur Shen-tel Lee has been leading a community-driven initiative to provide food aid to vulnerable families affected by the Covid-19 pandemic and recent floods in the city.

The Kuching Food Aid programme, which started last November, is primarily driven through its Instagram page and has now expanded to other urban areas in Sarawak.

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