Help pours in for residents of two welfare homes

(Standing, from third left) Yam, Bethel Home’s Wan, Alfranko’s sales and marketing director Eric Seow and company representatives at the presentation ceremony in George Town. On the front left is Eden’s Lee.

WITH the Covid-19 pandemic showing no signs of abating, many charitable and welfare homes are still struggling to maintain and look after their residents.

But all is not lost due to the caring attitude of Malaysians, including individuals, non-governmental organisations and private companies.

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