Our Relief Work

Malaysians Help Refugees and Migrants

The Movement Control Order (MCO) has been extended to April 28. This means more people will need help with groceries and food.

Under Malaysians Help Refugees and Migrants we have helped hundreds of families with dry groceries and cooked food through donations from people such as yourself.

So please continue working with us to make this grocery drive possible. No money is too small and every fifty ringgit feeds a family.

So drop us a note and we will share our bank details for donations.


Hygiene Packs

Through “Malaysians Help Refugees and Migrants”, we have distributed hygiene packs consisting of face masks and soaps to refugees and migrants.


Through “Malaysians Help Refugees and Migrants”, we have helped hundreds of families with dry groceries and cooked food through donations from people such as yourself

What we have done

Provided lunch for 50 Afghan single mums and those out of jobs, for eleven days.

Provided antibacterial soaps and surface sanitisers for 100 persons from Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia, Iraq, Yemen and Palestine, migrant workers from Indonesia, Bangladesh and the a Philippines plus a few Malaysians.

Provided face masks and soaps for 500 Orang Asli families.

Provided milk powder for 100 Rohingya babies and toddlers in Klang.

Provided 100 feminine kits for Rohingya in Seri Kembangan (Inner Wheel Club of Selangor).

Donated RM1,000 for #mutualaidBeserah – to buy groceries for fishermen, single mums, daily wage earners and senior citizens in Kuantan.

Provided groceries for 94 Rohingya families in Seri Kembangan.

Provided milk powder for twelve Pakistani and Sri Lankan Tamil families.

Provided groceries for 133 Rohingya, Sikh, Pakistani, Cambodian, Indonesian, Malaysian and Mon families in Kepong, Pudu, Selayang and Seri Kembangan.

Provided groceries for 49 Sri Lankan Tamil, Rohingya, Pakistani and Malaysian families in Puchong, Bukit Beruntung and Rawang.

Food provisions for thirty Bateq families and fifty single mothers in Jerantut, Pahang. Much thanks to Encik Abdul Jalil Rahman for packing and distributing the groceries. And a big 🙏🏻 to all donors 💗🌸

A total of 400 packets (250gm each) of dates were distributed to the Syrian, Rohingya, Afghan, Somali and Sudanese communities 💗🌸

Packed and distributed 729 care packs today. Tohtonku Sdn Bhd donated shampoo, anti-bacterial body wash, talcum powder, mosquito spray, hair gel, skin treatment, face wash and deodorant spray. Communities that received these packs are the Rohingya, Somali, Yemeni, Syrian, Afghan, Sri Lankan Tamils, Chin migrant workers from Indonesia, India and Pakistan and plantation workers (Ladang Bukit Cheraka), and B40 Malaysians.

Distributed 35 packs of food provisions to the Rohingya and Burmese Muslims in Selayang.

We contributed a total of RM950 for food, medicine and also to buy a new sewing machine to help a woman, Rayma, become financially independent.

Distributed 47 food packs to Rohingya, Pakistani and Indonesian families

Groceries for 50 Indonesian families. A big thanks to all donors.

Provided groceries for 136 Kachin, Chin, Sri Lankan Tamil, Indonesian migrant worker and Orang Asli families in Puchong, Ampang, Kepong and Gombak. We also sent milk powder to the Orang Asli (0-12 months@ 7 packets; 1-3 years@ 9 packets).

Provided 117 feminine packs for Afghan women and kids in Ampang.

Provided groceries for 98 Rohingya in Bukit Teratai, 30 migrant workers and Malaysians in Puchong and Damansara.

Provided groceries for 83 Indonesian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi migrant workers plus Afghan and Rohingya families in Kuala Terengganu, Desa Mentari and Ampang.

Provided groceries for seventeen Rohingya families in Kemaman, Terengganu.

Provided groceries to 31 migrant workers in Segambut and feminine packs to fifty women. Much thanks to Kedai Jalanan UM for the sanitary napkins. And also a big thank you to Asheeq Ali for identifying the people and helping to distribute. To the donors 🙏🏻

Distributed 119 grocery packs for Rohingya, Pakistani and Kachin families in Pandan Mewah, Hentian Kajang, Hartamas and Desa Petaling. Much thanks to all donors 💗🌸

Distributed groceries, milk, pampers and gas to one family (4 adults and two kids) in Rantau Panjang, Kelantan. It’s a remote area and so we had to use a runner to get the things across. Total paid is RM170.

Distributed 150 grocery packs to refugees, migrant workers and Malaysian families from the B40 economic group in Kota Damansara, Sentul Perdana, Klang, Taman Bukit Teratai and Balakong. Much thanks to all donors and especially to the Red Cross team, without whom we won’t be able to deliver 🙏🏻💗🌸

Distributed groceries to 84 Indonesian, Liberian, Sri Lankan Tamil and Malaysian B40 families in Cyberjaya, Klang and Klang Valley. Much thanks to Red Cross for delivering the food provisions and a big thank you to all donors 💗🌸

Distributed food provisions to 245 families: Liberian, Ghanian and Indonesian.

Distributed groceries to 129 Malaysian, Zomi, Chin and Guinean families.

We distributed food provisions, gas stove and gas cylinders to 105 refugee and migrant communities in Tanjung Malim, Kelantan (Jeli and Tanah Merah), Serdang, Puchong, PJ, Gombak and Selayang.

Distributed 400 frozen chicken to the Syrian, Afghan, Rohingya, Palestinian, Yemeni, Somali, Indonesian and Malaysian B40 community leaders.

Distributed 400 containers of Raya cookies to eight different communities: Palestinian, Syrian, Yemeni, Rohingya, Somali, Afghan, Indonesian and Malaysian.

What we have done in collaboration with other NGOs

Distributed vegetables to 360 families – Malaysians in PPR flats, Desa Mentari and Ampang plus Somali, Afghan, Pakistani Christian and Burmese refugees. This is a collaboration between Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI), Rainbow of Love – Pelangi Kasih and Beyond Borders Malaysia.

Contributed to Aiman Azahari’s #mutualaidbeserah to provide groceries for 200 transgender and sex workers in Kuantan.

We were pleased to join Aiman Azahari’s initiative to provide 100 packets of cooked food for refugee, migrant and Malaysian families.

We contributed RM500 towards Siti Kasim’s call for donations to help facilitate transportation for the Orang Asli.

Distributed 100 grocery packs to the Burmese in Bukit Bintang in collaboration with Asylum Access Malaysia, who contributed the funds.

Distributed groceries to 21 Rohingya and one Malaysian family in Taman Sungei Besi, in collaboration with Dennis Chan and his donors.

Distributed 30 cartons of sanitary napkins to different community leaders including Indonesian migrant workers, Chin, Zomi, Sri Lankan Tamil, Afghan and Rohingya refugees plus B40 community in PPR Kerinchi. A big thank you to Women’s Aid Organisation for donating the sanitary napkins 💗🌸

Help Beyond Borders

A total of fourteen chefs from Syria, Palestine, Iraq and Yemen are cooking for our frontline medical workers at Ampang Hospital. Help us sustain these chefs with money for groceries and meat, by donating any amount you are happy with.

PM us and we will give you our bank details. Or chat with us and we will connect you to the chefs, who will cook and deliver mouthwatering dishes to your home. So, stay home stay safe and order from our chefs.

Total distribution: 4160 families

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