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Helping Hands

About Us

Why Foodlife?

Our main goal is to complement the existing programmes by the government, NGOs and the public to help the underprivileged and needy members of society through the provision of food packs and basic needs.

We aim to implement a continuous provision, in which a needy family will receive either food ration and basic needs to last for a month or an eligible person to be provided with a nutritious meal, daily.

As a family initiative with humble beginnings, the public is raising awareness of Foodlife's activities by continuing to donate. The recipients are families identified through referrals from government hospital's patients who are ineligible for any form of assistance.

Foodlife also works with NGOS and established corporate entities to broaden our outreach and delivery to the needy including the delivery of specialised needs, Covid ART kits and milk formula.

The best of you are those who feed others

We hope that by implementing this programme, we will be able to provide sustenance to specific underprivileged groups, ensuring that they are not left hungry and able to receive some forms of essential diet or personal care.


a)“… (that the country) is within the framework of empowering the community and family institution. According to the Monarch, the policy of 'piety' can ensure that specific groups are defended and protected. Through the Poverty Eradication Plan Program under the National Council of Social Issues (MKIS), the country has already developed self-empowerment initiatives for target groups ”

b)“… Through this Programme, we have drafted self-sufficiency empowerment initiatives for the targeted groups. This measure will open wider opportunities to specific groups to gain employment or engage in entrepreneurship which at the same time will reduce dependence on government aid

c)“…This will also support the concept of piety which encourages Muslims to be self-reliant through their own hard work”

*MKIS – Majlis Kebangsaan Isu Sosial



  • Mitigate hunger and poverty

  • Empowering social responsibilities, encourage positive good actions (Birr or virtue) and piety (taqwa)

  • Reduce food waste

  • ​Encourage Green culture through recycling activities

  • Gainful employment & self-reliant through MSMEs, Kitchen Incubators and volunteers

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