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Kechara Soup Kitchen

Kechara Soup Kitchen

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Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) has been serving marginalised communities in Malaysia for over 15 years; these include the homeless, urban poor and Orang Asli populations. In recent years we have ...

Poverty reductionCommunity & familyWellbeing
No PovertyZero hungerGood health and well-being
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Admin Duty

Admin Duty

Task · 2–4 hrs · by 10 Feb 2023
Kechara Soup Kitchen, 17 Jalan Barat, Kuala Lumpur, 55100, Malaysia
Youth workCoordinationAdministrationEnglishMalay
Poverty reductionCommunity & familyWellbeing
No PovertyZero hungerGood health and well-being
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Summary

Got free time on weekdays? Come and volunteer with us as admin assistant! Our activity starts at 2:00 PM and until 5:00 PM!

Detailed description

Administrators support the smooth running of offices by carrying out daily clerical tasks:


  • Organize and stock take offices item
  • Key-in volunteers hours in Microsoft Excel
  • Packing masks for beneficiaries



Getting there

We are located in front of Plan B restaurant.
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About Kechara Soup Kitchen

Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) has been serving marginalised communities in Malaysia for over 15 years; these include the homeless, urban poor and Orang Asli populations. In recent years we have strategically expanded their focus upstream of the poverty curve to reach the urban poor via our Food Bank and Empowerment Programs. These programs aim to provide assistance to the most vulnerable segments of our community, before they fall into complete poverty and hardship.

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