You would have heard of the recent floods in Malaysia. There have been lives lost, over 2,000 people have been displaced.
The Gurdwara Sahib in Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam have opened their door to aid the flood victims by providing hot vegetation meals.
Malaysians from all backgrounds volunteer themselves at the Gurdwara Sahib, preparing hot meals.
The Gurudwara Sahib PJ is flowing with M'sians, who are now helping with chopping and cooking food for the 2nd day of the flood relief work being organised by @SikhInside.— Sadho (@sadhosays) December 20, 2021
Women, men, people from all races and religions are here.
The Gurudwara has headscarves to spare. #Banjir pic.twitter.com/5WXlxN7fHF
Today, more than 3,100 meals have been sent out at the time of writing. They had sent out more than 10,000 packets of food and drinks to the flood victims in Klang Valley.
Malaysians from all backgrounds are at the Gurdwara Sahib PJ preparing hot meals for those affected by the flood. We have sent out 3,100 hot meals so far today. #KitaJagaKita pic.twitter.com/eG2YhVEXMq— Tashny Sukumaran (@tashny) December 20, 2021
They are calling for more volunteers to help out with the food preparation.
This morning, helping out the food preparation at Gurdwara Sahib PJ for flood victims.— Sharifah Shahidah (@imShahidah) December 20, 2021
Come join me & @tashny if you’re free & in the area. They need volunteers.#DaruratBanjir pic.twitter.com/Kwt3BTjKuG
Those in need of food assistance, please get in touch with GSPJ Flood Foodbank @ 010-2174556.
For donations, you may do so in the following details.
Gurdwara Sahib PJ will be cooking hot meals for flood victims in the Klang Valley area (Klang/Shah Alam/Subang/PJ etc.).— Ishvinder Singh ???????? (@ishvin) December 19, 2021
They will be delivering the meals in bulk to the areas that require assistance.
For food assistance, please contact: GSPJ Flood Foodbank @ 010-2174556 pic.twitter.com/ORVGp7YSur
Even in this dark political climate, pandemic and disaster after disaster, we, Malaysians, have proven once more that we will always help other fellow Malaysians regardless of race. We all work together to spread love, care and harmony. #KitaJagaKita