Decorated Cakes, Baking Cakes, Poor Families, Cupcakes, Petalıng Jaya

Decorated Cakes, Baking Cakes

Despite making a loss, this KL baker sells birthday cakes at RM5.30 to needy families, gives free cakes amid Covid-19

Nur Rasziah's initiative started after realising one of her customers was struggling to pay for a box of cupcakes for her child’s first birthday.

30/7/2021 8:30:00 AM

Nur Rasziah's initiative started after realising one of her customers was struggling to pay for a box of cupcakes for her child’s first birthday.

PETALING JAYA , July 29 — KL baker Nur Rasziah Fhasyarini Sharolanuar has been bringing joy to many underprivileged families by selling them affordable cakes worth RM5.30. This is despite the fact...

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