The Lost Food Project

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Social Enterprise

The Lost Food Project

Help feed the most vulnerable people in Malaysia

The Lost Food Project collects surplus food from supermarkets and manufacturers in Malaysia. This good food is given to those most in need. Currently edible surplus food is often wasted and discarded when it cannot be sold.

Redistribution not only makes a big difference to the community, it makes a massive difference to the environment.

Please join us by giving a donation towards our running costs [we are all volunteers - no one takes a salary]. We need donations to support our expanding transportation and warehousing costs.

Your money will allow us to scale up from volunteers driving their own cars, to utilising our newly donated 5Tonne truck - which will allow us to collect more food and deliver to dozens more charities.


  1. Senior Truck driver salary (incl. socio, EPF, insurance, etc) RM4,000
  2. Warehouse manager salary (incl. socio, EPF, insurance, etc) RM5,000
  3. Electricity for warehouse RM800
  4. Rental for warehouse RM2,500
  5. Toll & maintenance for the truck RM1,000
  6. Printing/stationary/misc RM1,200

TOTAL RM10,000 per month.

We are currently delivering food to: 

  • Kechara Soup Kitchen Society Malaysia (Persatuan Kechara Soup Kitchen Malaysia) who distribute 2,500 meals/week
  • Malaysian Social Research Institute, who feed 250 kids 5x/week + 20 families every 2 weeks (spread out for 1,800 families)
  • Women’s Aid Organisation, Malaysia (Pertubuhan Pertolongan Wanita, Malaysia) who feed 30 ppl 3x/day
  • Alliance of Chin Refugees who feed 10 pax 3x/day (shelter), 5-15 (training centre) + School 219 kids 5x/week
  • Kuala Lumpur Homeless Transit Centre (Pusat Transit Gelandangan Kuala Lumpur)
  • Lighthouse Children Welfare Home Association, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor (Persatuan Rumah Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Lighthouse, Kuala Lumpur dan Selangor) who feed 60+ kids & 8 staff 3x/day
  • Institut Onn Ja’afar - who feed 20 kids Friday night and 40-50 on Sunday night
  • Muslim Women’s Action Society, Malaysia (Pertubuhan Pertolongan Wanita, Malaysia/PERTIWI) who distribute 2,600 meals
  • Positive Living Community (Persatuan Kebajikan Komuniti Kehidupan Positif) who feed 70 pax 3x/day
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees who distribute food to those in dire situations when needed
  • IDEAS Academy Sdn Bhd who feed 125 kids, 6 staff 5x/week

Please help us to save MORE FOOD and deliver to MORE CHARITIES.

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