“HUNGER KNOWS NO RELIGION” – inspired by Tsem Tulku Rinpoche

17 January 2008 - 3:21pm 1 Comment

Inspired by Tsem Rinpoche, Kechara Soup Kitchen was founded in 2006 by a group of young, modern individuals who decided to trash their Saturday party nites for something meaningful. So instead of boozing in pubs and wasting time at discos, they’ve decided to put their energy and efforts to contribute to a better society. This began as a food distribution effort in various parts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with a view to setting-up a permanent Soup Kitchen base.

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One Response to “HUNGER KNOWS NO RELIGION” – inspired by Tsem Tulku Rinpoche

  1. When people are down and out, and living on the streets. they need more than food. the homeless need a chance to get back on their feet and be independent and have their own self esteem. The sick needs medical care, medications and sometimes hospitalised. Peope like Jit who has been living out on the streets for 3 years and who has relatives needs to be reunited with her family. KSK has done just thatand helped to get another homeless off the street to be reunited with her family. So KSK does not just feed the homeless but also provide abovementioned serviices with the main aim to get them off the streets and help them to get back into the mainstream of society. Syabas to KSK for a great job well done. Of coursee with the help of the Star Media.