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The covid-19 pandemic has negatively affected our communities. Many families are struggling to survive and we have seen more and more sad incidents happening. As a small business, we hope we can provide our humble support to those in need.
As such, we have been in touch with The Lost Food Project (TLFP) and have found way to fundraise for TLFP to rescue food and fight hunger in our community. We would also like to express our sincere appreciation to PlanToys in supporting this fundraising activity.
The Lost Food Project is a Malaysian not-for-profit organization dedicated to a sustainable future by rescuing ‘lost’ food and finding it a new home with people who need it most. TLFP prevents quality, nutritious food and other surplus goods from going to landfill, and redistributes this food and other essential items to those in need – regardless of religion, gender, age, disability or ethnic group.
We have handpicked a certain range of PlanToys’ products for the purpose of this fundraising activity. For every purchase of the selected PlanToys’ products, we will donate meals to those in need in cooperation with TLFP. This fundraising activity takes into account the sale of selected items from 1 July 2021 and will be continued as long as the selected items are in stock. Browse PlanToys collections here and you will see which items are selected and how many meals will be donated for each unit sold.
Update on 27/8/2021:
We have added several Gluckskafer collections for this fundraising activity. Browse Gluckskafer collections here to see which items are added.
We modestly take the lead to donate 1000 meals and sincerely hope that our tiny contribution will bring awareness to other people / organizations / businesses to join the food rescue activity and help to fight hunger in our community.
Our deepest gratitude to all of your kindness in supporting this.
-- The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.
If you would like to donate directly or would like to hold fundraising activity for TLFP, feel free get in touch with TLFP or browse their website https://www.thelostfoodproject.org for more information.