Asia Malaysia NGO’s appeal for aid to assist Penang folks

NGO’s appeal for aid to assist Penang folks

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Humanitarian aid for flood victims in Penang a group of NGO’s are raising funds and collecting goods and other necessary items to help the Penang folks who are hit by the flood.

They urge the people of Malaysia to contribute in form of clothing, medication and cash.

Food is also an assential item, and the group is calling for the Malaysians generosity to assist their fellow citizens in these needy times.

The appeal in Malay.

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*Bantuan Kemanusiaan Banjir Negeri Pulau Pinang 2017*

As salam sahabat semua. Dengan rendah diri kami warga sukarelawan *Food Bank Asnaf (FBA), Pertubuhan Amal Firdausi Kuala Lumpur dan Selangor (PAFI),* dengan kerjasama dan tindakan bersama *Pertubuhan Sokongan Sosial Masyarakat (PSSM)* dan *Baitul Fiqh* akan melancarkan tabung kemanusian banjir siri 1/2017 bagi Negeri Pulau Pinang.

Kami amat memerlukan sumbangan anda berupa barangan seperti berikut:

Kain pelikat, kain batik, tudung, sejadah, telekung, t-shirt, selimut, tikar.

Beras, tepung gandum, gula, teh, kopi, bihun kering, Maggie, 3-in-1 instant drink, air mineral, sardin, susu dewasa, susu kanak-kanak, dan keperluan makanan lain.

Antara keperluan lain juga adalah seperti bekalan ubat-ubatan dan wang ringgit.

Jika terdapat sumbangan wang tunai boleh terus masuk ke akaun pertubuhan *Amal Firdausi Kuala Lumpur dan Selangor* di nombor akaun *Maybank: 514347613298.* Sila text resit anda agar kami dapat segera membuat semakan bagi agihan.

Jika anda berminat dan ingin menyumbangkan boleh menghubungi terus para sukarelawan yang bertugas di talian seperti berikut bagi keterangan lanjut. Pusat pengumpulan kami akan di buka di SS 14 Subang Jaya bermula esok 6/11/2017. Pengumpulan akan dilakukan sepanjang minggu ini. Semoga sedikit sumbangan akan dapat membantu mereka yang memerlukan, Insyaallah.

Sukarelawan FBA yang bertugas,
FBA Kuala Lumpur:
Walidabudzar – 0132844621 (PAFI)
Zura –  011-1133 6441 (PSSM)
Samsun – 017-336 4749 (PSSM)
Hamli Hamdan – 019-314 7636 (PAFI)
Mahadir – 017-227 9920 (PAFI)
Luka Rafieqa – 017-311 0306 (PAFI)
Pn Haliza – 016-267 5056 (Baitul Fiqh)

FBA Pulau Pinang:
En Azzaly – 017-445 9011 (PAFI)

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