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A night at the Soup Kitchen

INCEIF – A Night at the Soup Kitchen

 

A group of 25 INCEIF staff and 20 INCEIF students came together after work and classes respectively today to be part of the first INCEIF Soup Kitchen. The staff and students joined the PERTIWI Soup Kitchen volunteers to distribute meals to the homeless and the needy in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

PERTIWI (Pertubuhan Tindakan Wanita Islam or Muslim Women Action Association), headed by Mrs Munirah Hamid, provides regular meals four times a week to the needy at various locations in the city centre. Today between 9pm and 11pm, INCEIF staff and students joined PERTIWI volunteers for distributions to about 350 people as old as in 75 years old and as young as 10 years old. There was even a young heavily pregnant woman among those who queued for the free meals and medicines.

Preparation for the INCEIF Soup Kitchen, an initiative headed by the Human Resource Department, started with the collection of donations in cash and kind from the staff of INCEIF and ISRA. A total of RM1,106.60 in cash was collected. The amount together with funds from the INCEIF Staff Welfare Fund were used to purchase food and drinks for 600 people. Apart from buns, biscuits and packet drinks, a few of the staff got together to prepare hot dogs to add to the meal pack. In addition to the food items, the money was also used to buy vitamins, medicines and toiletries. The remainder of the money collected, RM630, was donated to PERTIWI.

Preparation for the INCEIF Soup Kitchen, an initiative headed by the Human Resource Department, started with the collection of donations in cash and kind from the staff of INCEIF and ISRA. A total of RM1,106.60 in cash was collected. The amount together with funds from the INCEIF Staff Welfare Fund were used to purchase food and drinks for 600 people. Apart from buns, biscuits and packet drinks, a few of the staff got together to prepare hot dogs to add to the meal pack. In addition to the food items, the money was also used to buy vitamins, medicines and toiletries. The remainder of the money collected, RM630, was donated to PERTIWI.

Source: http://www.inceif.org/index.php/events?eid=77
 
 

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