Wish List

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Kechara Soup Kitchen has recently begun operations in our new permanent building, and would like to expand our services to reach out to more homeless people than ever before. However, we need your help to fulfil our building’s full potential. Aside from funds for maintenance and our daily operations, we also have our wish list.

Make a difference today and change someone’s life.

If there is anything below that you can help us to fulfill, please contact our Project Director Justin Cheah (+6010 333 3260)

On behalf of everyone on the streets, Kechara Soup Kitchen thanks you for your support.

Help us with our wishlist for the new soup kitchen building!


Food

  • Cooking oil
  • Rice
  • Fresh vegetables
  • Eggs
  • Fruits
  • Canned food
  • Biscuits or crackers


Medical Items

It will be appreciated if these items were separated into smaller packaging so that it is easier for our clients to store

For ingesting:

  • Fever medicines
  • Flu / cold medicines
  • Cough medicines (preferably in tablet form)
  • Anti-diarrhoea medicines
  • Multi-vitamin supplements
  • Asthma inhaler


For external use:

  • First aid kit
  • Crutches
  • Cotton Wool
  • Plasters and bandages
  • Gauze pads, gauze roll tape
  • Tiger Balm
  • Medicated oil (Minyak Angin)
  • Econazine cream (anti-fungal creams)
  • Acriflavine lotion (for joint sprains, strains or muscular pain)
  • Liniment methyl salicylate (for joint sprains, strains or muscular pain)
  • Hydrogen peroxide solution (washing wounds)
  • Antiseptic wash (washing wounds)
  • Antiseptic germicide (cream / lotion)
  • Hand sanitisers
  • Latex gloves
  • Filter masks


Personal Hygiene Use

  • Soap
  • Shampoo
  • Towels
  • Toothbrushes
  • Toothpaste


Apparel

  • T-shirt (male)
  • Pants (male)
  • Shoes (male)
  • Belts
  • Slippers
  • Socks
  • Raincoats
  • Blankets
  • Bags

7 Responses to Wish List

  1. I would like to donate a clothes dryer (Zanussi 5 kg). Can I drop it over on any Sundays?

  2. Our community forum will be conducting a collection drive for contribution. Is it better to give cash or items?

    • Hi Kris, what a kind thought, thank you! Both will be much appreciated by the clients. The cash will be used to buy the items for our clients and if donations are in kind, then medicines, clothes (particularly male clothes) and blankets will be very useful. Best would be to contact KSK to find out if there’s anything specific that their clients are looking for.

  3. Do you accept second-hand clothings?

  4. Hi Kecharians, in respond to the wonderful idea of Dato Ruby to feed the stray animals when donating food to the homeless on the street, I would like to buy some dog and cat food for feeding the stray animals. Can you please let me know where I can drop it off? I may also have some unused tee shirts for the homeless too. I hope I can have more sponsors dog food in the future for feeding the strays. How wonderful. Thank you Kecharians.

  5. How do we make donations? Do we just drop donations off at Kechara Soup Kitchen? I really want to help, let me know what I can do :)