Fundraising Event

P&G Malaysia Family Fundraising for The Lost Food Project

  • 13/04/2020 - 15/05/2020
  • Malaysia
MYR 3,200
32% Complete
Target : MYR 10,000

About Event

P&G touches & improves lives of people who are in need. P&G Malaysia is supporting The Lost Food Project with Daily essential P&G products to support those who are living on or below poverty line.

We also know how much our employees value giving back to the communities where we all work and live. Starting now, we will open channel for fund raising to our P&G Malaysia family, to join us and support those in need via The Lost Food Project. All your donations will be used to help those who are struggling with hunger and lack of essential goods.

Together, we make difference.

About our Beneficiary

The Lost Food Project (TLFP) is a Malaysian not-for-profit organisation dedicated to a sustainable future by rescuing ‘lost’ food and finding it a new home with people who need it most. TLFP prevents quality, nutritious food and other surplus goods from going to landfill, and redistributes this food and other essential items to those in need – regardless of religion, gender, age, disability or ethnic group. TLFP supports 56 charities (approximately 6000 pax) and 2 PPR programmes (reaching approximately 33,000 pax).

With funds raised during this appeal, TLFP will continue to purchase food hampers for their charities and PPR residents in need.

Currently, TLFP has adjusted its usual collections and deliveries to an emergency plan of action to ensure all our charities receive the food they need. They have ranked charities in order of need ensuring we reach those most in need of food first.

For the PPR residents TLFP will procure mini hampers of essential food items to the value of Rm80-RM100 p/hamper for individual families.  These are families who have been identified by the respective resident's association as being vulnerable and most in need. Many of these B40 families are daily wage earners. The MCO has impacted their earnings heavily with many not having enough funds to buy food for their families.