Show of thanks to police

Wan (left) hands over food packets to the Kota Samarahan police roadblock team.

KUCHING: Roselle’s Kitchen yesterday donated tea break food for police personnel who worked non-stop regardless of the weather, since the implementation of the movement control order (MCO).

Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan helped distribute the food for police officers who are on roadblock duty in Samarahan.

“They (police personnel) even slept overnight by the road side, and Roselle’s Kitchen would like to give encouragement to the team,” it stated in a press statement yesterday.

For more information, Hope Place can be reached at 082-505 987.

Opening hours for Hope Place are from 8.30am to 5.30pm (Mondays to Fridays), and 8.45am and 12.00pm (Saturdays).

Members of the public who are interested to make a donation can do so via transaction for Persatuan Kebajikan Harapan Kuching (MayBank – 5112-8900-1160).

Currently, Hope Place is taking care of more than 190 needy families.