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'Kindness Kitchen Cafe' offers free food for poor | New Straits Times

#NSTnation A non -governmental organisation #NGO, known as Kindness Malaysia, has set up a 'Kindness Kitchen Cafe', offering free food for the poor for the breaking of fast.

17/4/2021 9:52:00 AM

NSTnation A non -governmental organisation NGO , known as Kindness Malaysia , has set up a ' Kindness Kitchen Cafe ', offering free food for the poor for the breaking of fast .

ALOR SETAR: A non -governmental organisation ( NGO ), known as Kindness Malaysia , has set up a ' Kindness Kitchen Cafe ', offering free food for the poor for the breaking of fast .

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