Refugees Receive 2nd Batch Of Food Aid Made Possible By Creador Foundation

When the first set of 50 grocery packs were sent to Rohingya families in Sri Muda, Shah Alam on 8th July, we were told that there were many more who were in need of food assistance. Priority was then given to families who needed aid the most.

On 24th July, FreeMakan liaised with Community Mobiliser Tawhidah binti Hatam, from the Myanmar Muslim Volunteer Group, and another 90 packs of groceries were sent out by BAC via delivery partner Lalamove.

On the same day, 2 Pakistani refugees dropped by The Mansion, where goods were being stored to pick up grocery  packs for their respective families. With many mouths to feed in each family, BAC generously handed out 2 packs each. This will keep these families hunger-free for at least a month.

 

MYANMAR MUSLIM REFUGEES

 

 

PAKISTANI REFUGEES