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Howdy. Life has never been tougher for everybody in the world now that the pandemic Covid-19 has struck the whole world, with its affecting chain lasting for a long time and will not come to an end in the foreseeable future. The vulnerable group living in the city are even more helpless than ever. To relieve their economy problem, Yayasan Pillar had went down to survey and interviewed some of these people. We tried to help them however we can. If you would like to help relieved their burden financially, donations are welcomed and we are grateful. More detail can be found here.



Jamil, an international business man. An unexpected meeting with him recently where he recalled the days when he was 19 years old, a volunteer to Malaysia Sport Aid under Dato Paduka Aisah. His description of it is “an awesome undertaking first ever in Malaysia” where he and other volunteers recalled how they only slept four hours a night and grilled every morning to meet deadline each day.

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A recent Friday Foodbank Distribution was done for the Homeless poor in Uzbekistan. 250 homeless people had benefited from the programme. Government of Uzbekistan will settle their home issue when their homeless project is ready by the year of 2020. More can be found here.

There is a saying goes “It is more blessed to give than to receive.” With this in mind, Yayasan Pillar decided to make every Friday a giving day. Some Tahfiz/Madrasah had been visited and alms were being given. Some foods such as rice, flour, oat, cooking oil, soy sauce and beverages were given out. Among the Tahfiz/Madrasah which had received the alms were:

Pondok Hidayatul Mubtadi-inn Wa Tahfidzal Quran Haji Abdul Kadir Hassan

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Maahad Tahfiz Raudhatul Jannah

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Alms at Kampung Siol Kandis (Linta Anak Aie)

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Alms at Kampung Siol Kandis (Cagat ak Meligai)

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Tafiz Ribat Raudhatul Al Mustafa


Alms at Kampung Gita (Rosnah Binti Japar)

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For more detail regarding this Friday Foodbank, please click here to find out.


Before year 2021 came to a close, Yayasan Pillar team and volunteers decided to pay kampung Tabuan Hilir and kampung Tabuan Dani a visit on Friday. Yayasan Pillar team was grateful to the ketua kaum Zamri Haji Putid and his team for their assistance in taking us around the kampung from house to house. 28 families with an average household of 7 persons per house were payed a visit. More can be found here.

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2020 is a year that took the whole world by surprise with pandemic Covid19, where many part of the world having lock down and causing economy came to a stagnant point. Not much activities could be done as a result. Nevertheless, we managed to give food bank aid at Kampung Buntal before the year comes to an end.

Before year 2019 come to an end, Yayasan Pillar managed to successfully completed the joint community project with Sarawak Go-Kart Club, which, was held on 20th October 2019. The winner Hanif was second time champion sponsored by international sporting outfit. Objective was to bring kids and parent from diverse community from different races and religion together to know and understand each other and respect each other value. More can be found here.

Yayasan Pillar had successfully completed the City Poor Care Day which took place at Balai Raya Desa Wira, Batu Kawah on the 24th August 2019. We sincerely thank those who took part in sponsoring the basic commodities for the needy. The generosity had helped relieve the burden on 240 family members from Desa Wira.

Yayasan Pillar had successfully completed the City Poor Care Program which was held on the 26th January 2019. Six kampung had benefited from the help. They were Kampung Samariang Bentara, Samariang Batu, Samariang Pinggir, Sungai Midin, Semerah Padi, and Samariang Kubur.

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