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Poverty is among the factors for children from low-income families to be at higher risk of dropping out of school and eventually absorbed into the workforce. We aim to solve this problem through our ‘Feed to Educate’ program.

Our program is unique in such a way that we ensure the families who receive our monthly food aid will not rely on their children for supplemental income so they may continue to go to school and focus on their studies.

In January 2019, we received a letter from Jabatan Pendidikan Negeri Perlis acknowledging the effectiveness of our method. Teachers from Sekolah Kebangsaan Simpang Ampat, one of the school we are supporting, noticed a significant improvement in the classroom attendance of students who received our food aid. In turn, this translates into better academic achievement.

As to date, we have schools, orphanages, and refugee centers that are under our care. We are committed to making sure that the children who attend these school and their families may continue to receive continuous food aid for the rest of the year.






Reaching Rural: Rawang, Selangor

We have identified 30 underprivileged families in Taman Bunga Raya, Rawang, Selangor who are in...

Reaching Rural: Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor

9th January 2021: Our effort to save underprivileged families in rural areas from hunger during...

TGIF: Thank God, It’s Food

Look at these happy kids, what a perfect way to celebrate #TGIF! In collaboration with Cheritera...

Reaching Rural: Bukit Beruntung Selangor

Our effort to combat hunger continues! Charity Right has distributed food aid to 60...

Covid-19 Food Aid Relief: SK Bukit Jalil

In collaboration with Mercy Mission Malaysia, 20 underprivileged families from SK Bukit Jalil have...

Covid-19 Medical Supply For SPM 2020 Students

19 - 22 February 2021 In collaboration with Mercy Mission Malaysia, we have provided personal...

Covid-19 Food Aid Relief: SK Desa Petaling and Perkampungan Orang Asli Pulau Carey

Our efforts to fight against hunger continue! With the prolonged MCO in Selangor and KL, more...


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