The Make it Right Movement's quick action through social media and personal appeals resulted in the collection and dispatch of 35 tonnes of essential household items to help the victims of the Penang floods.
The movement's founder Raja Singham commended Malaysians' show of support and unity for Penang.
“Malaysia’s true spirit shows in this flood crisis.
"We want to thank the Malaysian public for coming forward so quickly in answering the call for assistance. Malaysia is truly blessed to be home to such kind and generous souls," he said.
The Make it Right Movement is an initiative by the Brickfields Asia College (BAC) Education Group...