He had told his housemate that if he died unexpectedly, he would have full authority to delegate responsibility for his aftermath to ONE HOPE CHARITY.

A 68-year-old Chinese bachelor died unexpectedly a few days ago in a rented house. To deal with his death, his housemate contacted the ONE HOPE CHARITY.

Looi Dai Chun was born in Ayer Tawar, Perak, but after settling in Bukit Mertajam 20 years ago, he never returned to his hometown and rarely contacted relatives there. He has shared a low-cost flat with my friends since retiring.

According to the housemate who revealed this to our team, he greeted Dai Chun across the room door before leaving that morning. Dai Chun was still responding in the room at the time, and when the housemate returned home the next night, he saw Dai Chun motionless in the room. The paramedics confirmed that he was out of breath only after an ambulance was called.

The ONE HOPE CHARITY has collected donations from the public in order to provide coffins, cremations, and a columbarium for the deceased.

If there are any poor or needy who could not afford and manage the funeral for their loved ones, or there are any elderly living alone who are interested in registering for the “Promise of the Last Journey” programme, kindly contact ONE HOPE CHARITY at 016-419 2192, 019-232 2192 or 04-539 9212 for help.