Hope Place comes to hospital’s aid

Wan (second left) hands over aid to the workers at Kota Sentosa Hospital.

KUCHING: Hope Place came to Kota Sentosa Hospital’s aid by providing food and other necessities for the patients and staff placed under the enhanced movement control order (EMCO) recently.

Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan said that the hospital requested for adult diapers for approximately 150 patients, as well as refreshments for everyone involved at the facility.

“I am pleased to disclose that our team was quick to respond on the same day when the request was put forward,” said Wan in a statement yesterday (July 19).

He added that Hope Place provided the hospital with seven boxes of adult diapers, as well as food items such as biscuits, instant noodles, 3-in-1 coffee mix, Milo, and necessary Covid-19 supplies such as face masks and hand sanitisers.

On top of that, they also contributed drinking water to the hospital, which had been without water for a few days due to a broken water pipe.

Hope Place or Persatuan Kebajikan Harapan Kuching (PKHK) can be contacted at 082 505987 with opening hours from 8am to 5pm from Mondays till Fridays; and 8am to 12pm on Saturdays. 

Members of the public are welcomed to donate directly to their Maybank bank account (5112 8900 1160) or visit their Facebook page to obtain their Sarawak Pay QR code.

A Hope Place staff unloading the aid from the van.
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