Think again

29 June 2010 - 3:58am No Comments

Think your bed is cold and hard?

Think your blanket isn’t warm enough?

Think that last meal you had wasn’t as satisfying as it could’ve been?

Think again.

Think about concrete as your bed, and cardboard as your bedsheet.

Think about only having the cold winds to cover your body.

Think about the rumbling in your stomach that never seems to go away.

Think about the 850 mouths that Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) feeds every week, and remember that this is a daily REALITY for them.

KSK has had the privilege to distribute 46,212 packets of food since we were established in 2008 and each week, the number of clients we meet just keeps increasing.

There is no denying, we need your help. As a non-governmental organisation, we are reliant on donations and support from the public who recognise the good work that we do. Every single weekend, come rain or shine, KSK volunteers head out onto the streets and back alleys of the Klang Valley looking for people who are in need of a good meal. We do not discriminate by race, religion, creed or background – hunger is hunger, and it knows no barriers.

In the orange plastic bags that our clients receive from us, we give them two things – food and hope. Words of comfort from us are accompanied by action, and KSK have helped many people off the streets.

We would like to do the same for many more, so please help us! We have recently acquired our own premises which is currently being renovated. This will be our permanent base from which we can help the homeless every single day of the week, to feed them, to help them find jobs, to give them the medical aid that they need.

In the orange plastic bags that our clients receive from us, we give them two things – food and hope.

So ask us about how you can support our work! For more information on KSK and to find out how you can volunteer your time, or donate in money and kind, please contact our Project Director Chua Siong Woan at siongwoan.chua@kechara.com or +6010 333 3260.

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