KUCHING: A homeless single mother with four children has appealed to the public for help.

Azimah Zainal Abidin and her four children below 11 years old have sought shelter at Anjung Singgah (YKN) here since April.

As Anjung Singgah only provides basic meals for adult without milk powder and pampers for the small kids, the centre has requested help from non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Hope Place Kuching founder Kelvin Wan recently responded to the appeal for help. The NGO donated various food items to Azimah and her children through the YKN.

Wan handing over food items to Azimah, witnessed by Anjung Singgah (YKN) official Aldrin Lanen (left).

For more information, Hope Place can reach at 082 – 505 987. Opening hours are from 8.30am – 5.30pm from Monday till Friday and 8.45am – 12.00pm on Saturdays.

Currently, Hope Place supports more than 190 needy families. Members of the public who wish to donate may bank in to Persatuan Kebajikan Harapan Kuching Maybank account number 5112-8900-1160.