The Budimas Charitable Foundation has supported the welfare and well-being of orphans and the underprivileged for the last 22 years, conducting numerous charity drives and event every year around the country. Recently, the foundation helped residents of Selangor’s the Perumahan Desa Awam Rejang, where some 50 families were provided with groceries and meals.
The undertaking ran in conjunction with the launch of The Budimas Soup Kitchen Project 2020, aimed at providing support for the homeless and underprivileged community in various rural areas and KL’s inner city streets.
With the Covid-19 having wreaked devastation on these communities in particular, the campaign seeks to alleviate its effect while raising awareness on the plight of these groups. The foundation will also be looking to provid necessary aids and funding support through our three pillar programmes – The Budimas Home, Food and Education Charity Fund for the underprivileged children in need.
“As a non-profit organisation, we are thankful to be able to support those in need throughout the pandemic in Malaysia. It is our humble requests to our fellow Malaysians to kindly be in support of each other as well as for the underprivileged in means of putting our effort to combat poverty overall and improve the future for our younger generation,” said Anne Rajasaikaran, the Principal Officer of The Budimas Charitable Foundation.
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