Mosque and grassroots volunteers from Nee Soon East break fast with Rohingya refugees in Johor

Volunteers from the Project Humanitarian Hearts to Hands project in Nee Soon East Community Club and the Darul Makmur mosque hosted about 40 refugee children to a day of activities at Pulai Springs Resort. ST PHOTO: KHALID BABA
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SINGAPORE - About 20 mosque and grassroots volunteers from Nee Soon East visited Rohingya refugees in Johor on Wednesday (May 22), to break fast with them, among other activities.

The volunteers from the Project Humanitarian Hearts to Hands in Nee Soon East and Darul Makmur mosque, hosted about 40 refugee children during a day of activities at Pulai Springs Resort. The project aims to create better awareness of refugees in Asia through volunteering.

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