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Bitsmedia collaborates with Muhammadiyah Association to assist low-income families in Singapore

April 14, 2022

  • As part of its #RamadanReconnect campaign, Muslim Pro collaborated with Singapore’s Muhammadiyah Association to help the less fortunate
  • Muslim Pro donated SGD$20,000 worth of cash vouchers and delivered grocery packages to more than 700 low-income families on 2 April 2022
  • 210 nasi ambeng box sets were also given to 50 selected households on 6 April 2022 for them to break fast with

Muslim Pro, the most popular Muslim lifestyle app in the world, joins effort with Muhammadiyah Association (Muhammadiyah) to support the organisation’s Ramadan outreach programmes this year. As part of its contribution, the Muslim tech brand donated  SGD$20,000 worth of cash vouchers and took part in Muhammadiyah’s joint charity drive on 2 April 2022, along with other volunteers. Cash vouchers and grocery supplies were distributed  to 700 low-income families islandwide. This is Muslim Pro’s first physical Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative.  

In addition, Muslim Pro also donated 210 nasi ambeng (a traditional savoury Malay meal consisting of rice and several dishes, usually shared communally) box sets to 50 selected households on 6 April 2022 for them to break fast with. 

The beneficiaries from this outreach programme have been affected by the pandemic and are facing financial difficulties with their preparation for the fasting month.

Fara Abdullah, Co-CEO of Bitsmedia and Muslim Pro says, “In celebrating Ramadan, Muslim Pro believes in spreading kindness to the underprivileged, especially to our Muslim community here in Singapore. Let’s all continue giving back, especially during this blessed month.” 

Nik Emir Din, Co-CEO of Bitsmedia and Muslim Pro says, “Besides our ongoing #RamadanReconnect campaign, Muhammadiyah’s Ramadan outreach is another opportunity for us to reconnect with the Muslim community in Singapore while doing charity, I also hope our actions would encourage other businesses and individuals to do their part for the less fortunate.”

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