Helping poor and needy people is important to strengthen the society… We actually help raise our community when we provide support and a helping hand to those who are less fortunate than us.
We can help them lead a better life… and that is why all religions expect it…..
Helping the poor and needy is a duty of every Muslim to give Zakat and Sadaqah to the poor and needy as a part of the worship and pleasing Allah the Almighty.
Helping the poor for Christians is a commandment. The Bible tells us repeatedly just how important it is to care for people who are impoverished, both physically and spiritually. Christ tells us in Matthew 25:40 that when we take care of a person’s physical needs, it holds spiritual significance, saying, “Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”
Giving, or generosity, is one of the Perfections (paramitas) of Buddhism, but to be "perfect" it must be selfless, without expectation of reward or praise. Throughout his teaching, the Buddha was clear that one should not turn away from suffering but do whatever can be done to relieve it.
Charity is an essential feature of dharma. Karma and moksha - many Hindus believe that by acting with compassion towards those less fortunate, is a very good way of building up good Karma, giving them rewards in later lives.
In reality, many people have a sincere desire to help, but they may not know how to…
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected millions of lives in Malaysia. During these challenging times, the role of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) has become paramount in battling the virus and its impact on society’s most vulnerable populations.
Since its establishment in 2019, Yayasan Food Bank Malaysia with Her Highness Tengku Datin Paduka Setia Zatashah Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah, as the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of YFBM has created programmes to benefit over 915,014 households living below poverty lines nationwide.
Yayasan Food Bank Malaysia rescue surplus food from the manufacturer, wholesaler, hypermarket and hotel industry; sort and redistribute it to the identified targeted B40 communities in higher learning institution (IPT), charity home, welfare centre and Program Perumahan Rakyat Termiskin (PPRT) through our strategic partners to reduce food waste while helping to ease and lessen the cost of living of the underprivileged Malaysian
In anticipation of the upcoming 65th National Day, Yayasan Food Bank Malaysia (YFBM) is now officially running the Donation Drive to help the needy!
These money is usually channeled to the flood-relief fund to help underprivileged flood victims rebuild their livelihoods, food for the underpriviledged and other CSR initiatives
Do join us in this 65-Hour donation drive and take a part as “Keluarga Malaysia”
(29/8/2022 - 12pm) until (01/09/2022 - 7am)
If you wish to contribute to Yayasan Food Bank, you can donate directly to their bank account YAYASAN FOOD BANK MALAYSIA with the account number 566010630584 on Maybank (Swift Code: MBBEMYKL)