A 58-year-old Chinese man named Tan Ah Lye was found dead in his home. His girlfriend, who lived with him, panicked and fled to Penang. Two days later, she stopped a police car by the roadside and reported the incident to the police. Upon entering the house, the police found the man dead on the floor next to his bed. His body was sent to the hospital mortuary for autopsy, which confirmed that he died of natural causes.

As the deceased had no known relatives, and after confirming there was no foul play involved through the autopsy, the police requested the assistance of a charitable foundation to handle his final arrangements.

Upon receiving notification from the police, One Hope Charity gathered information about the deceased from the local village head. They then proceeded to the hospital mortuary to handle the necessary arrangements. One Hope Charity collected donations from the community to cover the cost of the casket, cremation, and placement of his ashes in a niche.

One Hope Charity expressed its gratitude for the support and sponsorship from the public, which allows them to assist more impoverished families and the elderly in handling end-of-life matters. They also welcomed further donations from the public to continue their long-term support for those in need.

Additionally, if there are impoverished families who cannot manage post-mortem arrangements for their deceased relatives or single elderly individuals who need pre-registration assistance, they can contact ONE HOPE CHARITY's hotline for help at 016-920 2920, 016-419 2192, or 04-539 9212.