Remembering the less fortunate

  • Nation Premium
  • Sunday, 25 Jun 2017

Helping hands: Tsem Rinpoche (in the vans front passenger seat) together with the other volunteers of Kechara Soup Kitchen.

THE month of Ramadan is a time of fasting and reflection, and a chance for people to give back to the community.

For some individuals such as Syed Azmi, known for his charitable works; Mastura Rashid, the founder of the Nasi Lemak Project; Lee Seok Khin who started Tender Hearts; and Naaraayini Balasubramaniam and Koggelavani Muniandy of GoodKids; helping others who are less fortunate has become a life mission. 

Article type: metered
User access status: 3
Join our Telegram channel to get our Evening Alerts and breaking news highlights

Metro , Kechara , Tsem Rinpoche , legacy , less fortunate


Next In Nation

Inspector detained for allegedly injuring police personnel Premium
Cops nab man, seize drugs worth RM412,000 in Kedah Premium
Sarawak Polls: Speculation rife that Ali Biju may defend Krian seat as an Independent Premium
Thunderstorms expected in several areas in Sarawak on Nomination Day (Dec 6) Premium
Sabah Bersatu's pro-tem associate wing led by Dr Roland Chia Premium
Sarawak Polls: Amanah to contest eight seats Premium
Covid-19: Police investigating breach of SOP by a group of men at toyshop Premium
Sarawak Polls: Nomination starts on Monday (Dec 6) at 82 centres statewide Premium
Ras Adiba urges the disabled to go for Covid-19 vaccine booster jabs Premium
Sarawak Polls: GPS candidate Dr Annuar says will work hard to gain support of voters in Nangka constituency Premium

Others Also Read