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Donations will go towards urgent medical supplies and aid for marginalised communities ravaged by the Covid-19 pandemic

Mercy Malaysia

Mercy Malaysia's Covid-19 Pandemic Fund will be used to carry out the NGO's strategic preparedness and response plan, dedicated to supporting medical services and meeting the needs of marginalised groups in Malaysia. The organisation announced that it would also mobilise funding to assist the health ministry to conduct a vaccination outreach programme next month with the aim of helping homeless individuals, people with disabilities and anyone whose health problems prevent them from going to vaccination centres, starting in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.             

Mercy Malaysia works closely with the National Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC) Disease Control Division to distribute the necessary aid and supplies. Curious to know how and where these donations are being used? Visit Mercy Malaysia's Covid-19 Pandemic Response page to see a breakdown of supplies by category and recipients by hospital.  

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Lend a Helping Hand 2021 by 7-Eleven Malaysia

7-Eleven has launched its Lend a Helping Hand 2021 campaign to support medical frontliners battling the rise of Covid-19 cases as well as individuals in B40 communities who have been badly impacted as a result of the lockdown. Through this campaign, anyone can purchase general essentials like cleaning products, instant noodles, and medication at 7-Eleven stores nationwide and leave them at designated collection boxes.

These will then be distributed to beneficiaries closest to the respective stores, including government hospitals and medical clinics, other civil service frontliners, charity homes for the elderly and children, public universities, and students’ dormitories.

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Appeal by World Vision Malaysia

Through this Covid-19 fund, humanitarian organisation World Vision aims to help Malaysia's most vulnerable communities, among them daily wage workers as well as unaccompanied and separated children, migrant families, refugees, and rural communities. The funds collected here will go towards distributing sanitisers and other hygiene products to local communities to prevent the spread of infections. Funds will also be used to purchase food supplies and household essentials for children and adults from underprivileged communities.    

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Emergency Aid Fund 3.0 by Malaysian Relief Agency

The Malaysian Relief Agency (MRA) is a humanitarian organisation that provides support and relief during a disaster. The organisation is active in 11 Malaysian states, providing medical care, food supplies, shelter, education and other forms of relief to underserved communities. Contribute to MRA's Tabung Bantuan Kecemasan 3.0 Covid-19 to fund emergency food supplies, medical supplies as well as its medical support volunteers. 

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NGOHub's Emergency Fund for NGOs

A platform to empower NGOs in Malaysia, NGOHub recently raised RM100,000 in just four weeks on crowdfunding platform GivingHub to support orphanages, old folks homes, refugee shelters and other NGOs who are struggling financially due to the national lockdown. Given the news of Malaysia's extended lockdown, NGOHub has raised its fundraising target to RM250,000 to distribute necessary funds, medical supplies and aid to the underprivileged. 

Click here for information on how to donate.

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