Maggi raised RM42,437 to charity homes in East Malaysia

Maggi mee has always been a comfort food for most Malaysians especially when they are growing up.

I still experience nostalgic vibes whenever I sip on a hearty bowl of Maggi mee chicken noodles. It is almost like meeting up with an old friend again whenever we have Maggi noodles.

That’s why it is great to hear that Nestle, who owns the Maggi brand, has recently raised a total of RM42,437 for underprivileged communities in East Malaysia.

These funds were raised through Maggi’s “Jom Masak & Berkongsi Bersama” campaign which celebrated the Tadau Kaamatan and Hari Gawai festivities.


Proceeds from this campaign will be channelled to three different charity homes including Special Needs Society Kuching and Hope Place which are both located in Sarawak.

“The contributions received via Maggi will be used to upgrade the condition of our operation centre, which directly benefit individuals with learning disabilities within the community,” said Mr. Joseph K L Chuo, President of Special Needs Society Kuching (SNSK).

Hope Place, on the other hand, is a non-government organization which aims to contribute towards the local community to ensure that everyone the opportunity to have equal quality of life.

I’m glad to hear that our local disadvantaged communities will be getting a helping hand, and hope that more organisations will turn their charitable eye to us in the future.

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