In conjunction with World Refugee Day which falls on the 20th of June, MSRI Refugee Support Center, an implementing partner of UNHCR aims to spread awareness regarding refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia and raise funds to support MSRI’s operation cost. Help us to kickstart our #MSRIworldrefugeeday Online Campaign that starts from 1st June to 20th June 2017. On the first or second week of June 2017, all you need to do is: Read up a fact on refugees below or here: http://bit.ly/2qqqzU7 Choose and upload a fact on FB or Instagram. (You can be as creative as you like, either with a photo or video!) ( Or use our posters in the gallery here: http://bit.ly/2qaL84r) Tag five friends (or more) to spread the awareness Please include the hashtag: #MSRIworldrefugeeday and the link to our SimplyGiving page: http://bit.ly/2qaL84r Donate a minimum of RM5 at our SimplyGiving page. *Anyone can start their own post and donate even though they’re not tagged. At the end of the campaign, you will receive MSRI volunteer certificate for participation. To sign up as a volunteer, sign up via DoSomethingGood or email firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com to sign up or if you have any questions.
The Lost food Project exists to:
· Gather the vast amount of quality surplus food – food that has previously been thrown away – and safely redirect it to the most vulnerable members of Malaysian society;
· Promote recycling of excess food not fit for human consumption – this benefits local communities and protects our environment; and
· Raise awareness and understanding about the importance of reducing food waste through school education and public awareness campaigns.
We believe Malaysia could be a country where food is no longer wasted, where millions at risk of undernourishment are fed with good quality food. Where everyone is well educated, informed and understands that throwing away good food is unacceptable when people are hungry and when our environment pays the price of the current vast overproduction.
We currently operate in the Klang Valley, but our intention is to expand to other parts of Malaysia and eventually across other ASEAN member countries.