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Hanna Alkaf
I can’t be the only one feeling helpless. Malaysians, for those who will be feeling the brunt of the next two weeks, what are some things we can do? Places we can donate to, community initiatives we can signal boost? I want to DO something.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Remember . If they won’t take care of us, I want to be part if initiatives that WILL.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @MERCYMalaysia
Here’s a fund put together by
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @BefriendersKL
If you need someone to lend an ear, remains open and ready to serve
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
An initiative to help our homeless friends make it through the next couple of weeks:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @WCCPenang
Domestic violence cases often rise during times of restricted movement. Keep ’s numbers handy for women and children in crisis.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @womensaidorg
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Fashion Valet and IMARET are raising funds to: 1. Mobilize volunteers to assist at health facilities. 2. Assist hospitalised/quarantined friends and frontliners. 3. Provide medical and general supplies to hospitals Donate here:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
From KKM: Frontliners are getting burned out, and they’re looking for medical professionals willing to volunteer to fight alongside them. Sign up here:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Continue to boost, continue to add. I’ll keep adding to the list as I find more things. Remember, . Goodnight, Malaysia.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Spare a thought for all the workers that keep hospitals running behind the scenes. Donate to help get them masks and other supplies here:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @cempaka_co
Much like , has set up a mutual aid fund, where you can either offer aid or ask for it.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
(Okay now I really need to sleep) (I do feel better now though)
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Good morning! It’s day one of in Malaysia, and a great chance to do good and help others. Let’s get it. Calling your attention to this page, where people are offering non-monetary help, ie driving, during this time:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @lost_food
If you can, please donate dry food to for distribution to refugee schools and orphanages:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Here’s an example of how you can support frontliners in small ways. Send food/snacks/drinks to your local hospital.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Refugee families are particularly vulnerable right now. Donate to help these four Rohingya families make it through:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
An urgent appeal for donations for families in Chow Kit. Please help or RT.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Attention parents of young kids! Operasi Rebung is attempting to consolidate resources for parents of preschool/kindy-aged kids to use at this time. Access or contribute at the link below!
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Small business will be hardest hit by . Please consider looking through this thread for sellers you can support:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
(Non-Malaysian mutuals, please feel free to mute this thread!)
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @GerakMalaysia
To help our homeless community, is putting together kits of essentials to help them weather the coming weeks. Contact them for donations.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
is particularly hard on the elderly. If you are young and able, this Facebook group helps connect volunteers to warga emas who may need assistance:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 17
Replying to @yesitshanna
Related to the above, here's a map that shows the exact locations of people offering and needing help:
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 18
Replying to @yesitshanna
E-therapy services available by appointment! Protect your mental health, friends.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 18
Replying to @AWAMMalaysia
Unfortunately ’s helpline is experiencing some technical difficulties, but they’re still available via email if you need assistance!
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 18
Replying to @yesitshanna
In the past 22 hours, some dedicated volunteers have worked to verify and compile all these listings (and more!) in one place to make it easier to find and share beyond Twitter. Please visit ! , Malaysia <3
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 18
Replying to @yesitshanna
URGENT CALL FOR DONATIONS for Pitstop Cafe. Share widely, and help if you can. Listings on will be update today as well.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 18
Replying to @yesitshanna
* BE UPDATED. BE UPDATED!!!! Astaga, grammar pun dah ke laut
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 19
Replying to @Tenaganita
.’s 24-hour hotlines remain open during RMO for women and children in crisis, refugees, migrant and domestic workers, and victims of human trafficking.
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Hanna Alkaf Mar 19
Replying to @yesitshanna
Seeking donations for students in Sabah/Sarawak/Labuan:
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