A 75-year-old single elderly woman, Lee Kooi Cheen, who makes a living by collecting recyclables, encountered a car accident last year while doing so. The accident left her with a severe foot injury, rendering her unable to continue collecting recyclables for income. ONE HOPE CHARITY provided her with food assistance to ensure she wouldn't go hungry.

Residing in a government flat in Butterworth, Lee Kooi Cheen relied on collecting recyclables and assistance from the welfare department to cover her living expenses each month barely.

After the accident, where she was hit while riding her bicycle to collect recyclables, her left foot sustained serious injuries. She required a cast, which greatly limited her mobility.

During her recovery period, she couldn't go out to collect recyclables, leaving her without any source of income. This sudden change in circumstances led her to apply for food assistance from ONE HOPE CHARITY.

Upon receiving her plea for help, representatives from ONE HOPE CHARITY visited her home for an assessment. Our board of directors approved providing her with food assistance to help her through this difficult time and ensure she doesn't go hungry.

If there are any poor or needy who need medical equipment such as hospital beds, wheelchairs, crutches, oxygen machines, special milk powder, diapers welcome to apply from us. Any assistance please contact our hotline 016-419 2192, 019-232 2192, 04-5399212.