The only son received bad news from the hospital, which stated that his mother had died. He was a part-time worker who was unable to deal with the aftermath of his mother's death, so he contacted us late at night for assistance. ONE HOPE CHARITY makes good use of public donations to deal with the aftermath of his mother's death.
Mook Yee Mooi (82), of Butterworth, Penang, was admitted to the hospital a few days ago due to her advanced age and illness. She died in the early hours of the morning after being observed for several days. The unexpected bad news rendered the 50s only son in his sixties helpless, as he had no extra savings to cover his mother's funeral expenses.
In the early morning, ONE HOPE CHARITY received a call from the son requesting assistance. After assessing the situation, we decided to make good use of the money donated by the public to the coffin fund by donating the coffin for the elderly woman and handling all funeral arrangements.
Yee Mooi's husband died a long time ago. She has two children: a son and a daughter. Because the son is already in his 50s, he can only do part-time work for a pittance. The daughter, who has been deaf since childhood, lives alone in Kuala Lumpur.
ONE HOPE CHARITY has raised funds from the generous public to cover the costs of coffins, funerals, and cremations for the deceased.
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.