The invisible war against Covid-19 is far from over and it is during these difficult times when we are seeing our society step up to help each other.

The frontliners such as the medical workers, police and army, as well as on ground workers are the true heroes. Thankfully, several local celebrities and brands have been contributing in various ways to Malaysians healthy and safe. Every little bit helps right?

1. Siti Nurhaliza

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❤️❤️❤️. . Siti Nurhaliza Productions (M) Sdn. Bhd. mengambil inisiatif untuk membantu para pejuang barisan hadapan dan orang ramai yang terkesan dengan situasi ini melalui pengumpulan Dana Peduli, Kemanusiaan, Prihatin (PKP) Dato’ Sri Siti Nurhaliza. Secara ringkasnya, dana ini dinamakan Dana P.K.P Siti Nurhaliza. . Dana ini, objektifnya dibahagikan mengikut kategori iaitu: . 1. PEDULI- Membantu menyediakan keperluan dan peralatan di pusat-pusat perubatan yang terlibat menangani Covid19. . 2. KEMANUSIAAN- Membantu individu dan keluarga yang terjejas pendapatan. Bantuan kepada keluarga yang terjejas pendapatan di samping itu mempunyai anggota keluarga OKU atau penyakit kronik. . 3. PRIHATIN- Bantuan khusus bulan Ramadan dan Syawal kepada golongan yang tidak berkemampuan serta badan-badan kebajikan. . Platform Kitafund dibina bagi memupuk nilai murni untuk menderma disamping memudahkan orang ramai untuk menyumbang di atas talian (online) tanpa ragu-ragu. Orang ramai yang ingin menyumbang boleh klik link di BIO dan pilih kempen ‘Dana P. K. P Siti Nurhaliza’. . Seterusnya, klik butang Sumbang dan pilih cara pembayaran samada menggunakan Perbankan Atas Talian (Online Banking), Kad Kredit/Debit/PayPal, ataupun E-Wallet (Boost/GrabPay/Touch ’n Go). Bagi yang berhasrat untuk menyumbang tetapi menetap diluar Malaysia, anda boleh memilih PayPal sebagai mod pembayaran. . #danapkpsitinurhaliza

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Malaysia’s No. 1 singer Siti Nurhaliza has been raising a ton of money through her charity fund called Dana Peduli, Kemanusiaan, Prihatin (PKP) Siti Nurhaliza. The 41-year-old superstar has also been quite active on Instagram in shinning a positive light on social issues.

2. Vivy Yusof – FashionValet

Founder of FashionValet, Vivy Yusof, recently joined forces with the Islamic Medical Association of Malaysia Response and Relief Team (IMARET) to launch a support fund that helps healthcare facilities and support frontliners. Vivy also raised RM300,000 on KitaFund’s platform to provide PPE suits for our frontliners.

Yesterday (Tuesday, 21st April), the fashionista also donated 1,700 Fluff dUCk headscarfs worth RM255k to Muslim women frontliners through an NGO organisation called IKRAM.

3. Nando’s

In addition to donating RM50,000 to frontliners and local communities, Nando’s Malaysia is providing a 40% discount for takeaway to front line workers from 15th April – 28th April 2020. Nearly 5,000 meals including chicken, rice, eggs and fruit juice have been donated through local charity partners like Kechara Soup Kitchen, Yayasan Foodbank, Suriana Welfare Society and GoJobMY.

4. MyGroser

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Throughout the MCO period, we have been working (literally) day and night to serve our customers; add delivery slots where we could to help people; and to try and solve supplier challenges as the roadblocks and closures made our supply guarantees difficult. It’s been an uphill, thankless battle – but one we do gladly as we know every order we ship helps a family stay home and stay safe. While doing this, we have also been helping various NGOs, special interest groups, organisations and individuals reach out to groups who were underserved or unprepared to deal with the challenges of a prolonged MCO. Families who couldn’t afford to buy essentials or could not get to grocery stores. Front liners who had people serving us as a nation but couldn’t get out there to get what they needed. Senior citizens. And others. These are just some of the shipments that are going out today. Even in the midst of these challenges, we remember those who need help. As do many other Malaysians whom we work with. This period is as much about us learning who we truly are as a people, an organisation and as a country. We will stumble, and we will have failures – but we will not stop delivering, improving, working at it, and doing our best everyday. #MyGroserDelivers #ImprovingEveryday #HereForEveryone #StayHomeStaySafe #purpose.

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5. Biji-biji Initiative – Me.reka

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[SWIPE LEFT] Wondering how you can help the brave front liners of Covid-19 from home? ⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣ (UPDATE: after redesigns, we no longer require acrylic for future production)⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ The lack of face shields required by frontliners is a severe issue. Without this protective gear, it not only endangers the lives of these heroes but also increases the possibility of further spreading the virus to others! ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Here is where you come in. Swipe to see how you can help out to improve the production efficiency of these face shields. Don't forget to spread the word! With the simple click of that share button, bring awareness to more Malaysians in this trying time. Let's all do our part together.⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ For more information, visit the link below!⁣⁣⁣ https://mereka.my/protecting-our-frontliners/

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6. The Lost Food Project

7. Tiger Beer

 

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Tiger Beer is pledging RM1.5 million to support Malaysian street food during the challenging COVID-19 situation. The funding will support street food vendors, coffee shops and food courts across the country as they face reduced income due to the ongoing Movement Control Order (MCO). You can help too, by purchasing an e-voucher for one big bottle of Tiger OR Tiger Crystal at only RM10 (RRP RM17) and the funds will go to coffee shops and food courts to help them get back on their feet. To purchase vouchers, head to the link in our bio. This e-voucher may be redeemed once the MCO is lifted. Campaign period: 17 April – 15 May 2020. T&C apply. Only for non-Muslims aged 21 and above. #SaveOurStreetFood #TigerBeerMY

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Here’s how you can also take part in Tiger Beer’s Save Our Street Food initiative:

  • Supporters can log on to www.drinkies.my/TigerSOS and purchase a voucher for a big bottle of Tiger or Tiger Crystal (normal price RM17) at only RM10.
  • This voucher can then be redeemed at any participating once MCO is lifted.
  • P/s: For every RM10 spent, Tiger Beer will contribute another RM17, to help struggling food vendors get back on their feet.

8. Gardenia

Gardenia Bakeries (KL) Sdn Bhd has contributed over RM1 million, in the form of Gardenia products, towards the Covid-19 Aid Programme. B40 households, front liners and students under the Varsity Food Bank programme have been receiving these deliveries throughout the different phases of MCO.

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