In response to the devastating floods ravaging the east coast and Johor, Add Hope Malaysia is contributing RM50,000 to the National Disaster Management Agency (NADMA) to support flood relief measures.

The recurring annual occurrence of floods has severely impacted the lives of many Malaysians, compelling Add Hope Malaysia to extend a helping hand to assist the affected communities.

The organisation is steadfast in its dedication to supporting those enduring this recurring ordeal, hoping to make a difference in their lives.

The pledged contribution to NADMA is specifically directed towards providing essential medical supplies, ensuring a steady food supply, and offering basic necessities to those affected by the calamity.

Expressing deep concern over the plight of those affected, Head of KFC Malaysia Chandrasagran Munusamy said, “It is heartbreaking to witness the distress of so many people, particularly young children whose lives have been upended by these floods, especially as they prepare to embark on a new school year.”

“We sincerely hope that this small contribution from Add Hope will serve as support, providing some relief and comfort to those enduring this challenging period,” he added.

Add Hope Malaysia remains committed to supporting communities in need and vows to continue its efforts to assist those affected by natural disasters across Malaysia.


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