There are food around for everyone, yet there are people who suffer from hunger in Malaysia. Since few month ago, Devi's Corner Bangsar representative Dev Ananth have been planning on how to give back to the community, as he believes in the cycle of giving back. Hence, he agreed to work hand-in-hand with Food Panda, Salad Atelier and the Legendary Kechara by helping in the cycle of food rescue.
On the 24th October at 8.00pm, 100 packs of vegetarian nasi goreng (fried rice) was packed and uploaded in the car to departed to Kenchara charity home. After reaching, there were many volunteers and students collaboratively segregating clothes and books to its own section. The milieu in Kechara seemed so calm and cooperative amongst different ethnicities, intern giving out a peaceful vibe to on lookers (me. After doing my research on Kenchara, they believe that not only financial support help spread Dharma but also the time contribution by the involvement of the volunteers such as university students. "Financial sponsorship is not the only way for partitioners to help to spread the Dharma." they mentioned in their website.
However, in this busy business worlds its very rare to have companies to work together for charity purpose and thus, its a great effort of encouraging charities in this way. Nonetheless, companies and individuals to join together and share commitments for good causes and think about others takes a humanitarian at heart.
Now in this year, I hope that more businesses, charities and organizations come together on the coast of giving back to the community specially to those who are in need of food around the city.
Once again our utmost Thanks to Food Panda, Salad Atelier and Kechara for giving us from Devi's Corner the opportunity to help the community.
Mr.Dev (middle in black long sleves) from Devi's Corner and friendly member from Food panda (to his left) and all the other hardworking volunteers from Kenchara