UiTM PR students organise programme to feed the hungry
SHAH ALAM – Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) final year public relations (PR) students or better known as the PRestige have organised a programme to help the needy.
The programme called U&Me was held in collaboration with the Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK).
Through the programme, more than 300 homeless people and B40 families in the Klang Valley would gain access to essential items and food distributions.
The series of activities focused on three core areas of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal namely zero hunger, good health and well-being as well as reduced inequalities.
PRestige aimed to achieve its end goal which was to encourage an inclusive and empowering society for all, through the programme.
Supported by sponsors such as Hamadaya Sauces, Ruang Lima Tujuh, Diamonis HQ, Gula Cakery and Faiza Sdn Bhd, the 23 students from class MC242S5A delivered dry provisions to the door steps of underprivileged families and distribute meal packs to the homeless at Medan Tuanku and Jalan Pudu in Kuala Lumpur alongside local singer Farisha Iris.