A FreeMarket that promotes goodwill


KUALA LUMPUR: Armed with goodwill and perseverance but no start-up capital, seven friends got together, formed a group called FreeMarket and have touched the lives of thousands of people since then.

Ahamad Emran, Fadly Daud, Hafiz Kamal, Hayati Ismail, Sarah Lee, Syarifah Athirah Al Tirmidhi and Syed Azmi Alhabshi have undertaken more than 30 community events and 60 FreeMarket events in the past two years, mostly for the marginalised and needy.

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