Remembering the less fortunate

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. 

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