Kuala Lumpur Soup Kitchen Report: 13-19 December 2015

19 December 2015 - 5:49pm Comments Off

Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) and their new medical division have strongly impacted the community by providing professional medical services to their clients. They have hired an ambulance which is manned by a doctor that goes out every Saturday during the midnight rounds to tend to any injured individuals.

Living on the streets comes with serious risk. One of the men in the images below is being treated for a bruised eye that he got from sleeping in another spot that belonged to other homeless.

In a separate case, KSK helped Mr. Tanimalay replace his lost MyKad and are looking into his future healthcare as he is not doing too well. He has been placed in a temporary shelter home to recuperate.

Besides providing food, job placements, medical care, etc. KSK this week has provided various books to families in need. These children were incredibly excited by the prospect of learning. Since it was formed, KSK has tried to tackle almost all problems plaguing our society. Beginning with feeding the homeless, they now feed the minds of the new generation as well.

Another contribution to the youth came from Kimberly Clark. They donated a truck full of diapers that are sure to benefit many under privileged families with young children to care for.

We were also very grateful this week to Hokto Malaysia who donated 150 cartons of Bunapi Mushrooms to be used in our food bank programme to benefit the homeless and destitute poor of the Klang Valley. On 16 December 2015, the kitchen was put in full gear preparing 250 packets of mushroom-filled food for the homeless

Another food donation came in the form of Malaysia’s trademark delicacy – nasi Lemak which was kindly donated by the Saibaba group. They came and prepared the delicious treat for lunch service on 21 December 2015.

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