We definitely need more corporations lending their support to keep the campaign going!
The #KempenBenderaPutih campaign first started out as an effort to help out those severely impacted by the lockdown and in need of desperate help. Malaysians everywhere came forward and helped out not only their neighbours but also strangers on the Internet who clearly needed help.
Well, it seemed like major corporations have also decided to chip in the campaign to help struggling Malaysians out there. On 16 July, foodpanda Malaysia announced that they will be pledging 10,000 meals for those in need.
“Our strength is our unity. In trying times, Malaysians do what we do best – care for each other. In that spirit of unity, foodpanda is pledging meals, to be delivered to those who need them.”
foodpanda also urged those who helped to share photos or videos of how they’ve been doing their part to feature them in an inspirational video. You can submit your photos and videos here. Instagram users praised foodpanda for its efforts to help those affected by the lockdowns.
If you or someone you know has been affected by the lockdown, let us know how we can help you!
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