The annual Fast2Feed programme organized by Yayasan Kemanusian Muslim Aid Malaysia, brings some happiness to the underprivileged community and gives them something to look forward to during the fasting month and Hari Raya.

Throughout Ramadan, the Muslim Aid Malaysia team travel tirelessly across Peninsula Malaysia to bring a nourishing meal, thirst quenching drinks and seasonal cheer to deserving communities. 

Majlis Berbuka Puasa bersama Texas Chicken dan AEON Big di Tropicana City Mall 

Majlis Berbuka Puasa di East Coast Mall di Kuantan 

With the continued support of Coca-Cola Malaysia, orphans, children from underprivileged families, residents of aged care homes, Orang Asli and refugees received break fast meals, food baskets, duit Raya and new clothes celebrate the festivities. 



This year, Muslim Aid Malaysia travelled to 26 locations across Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Perak, Penang, Pahang, Kedah, Kelantan, Terengganu, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka and Johor and touched the lives of over 4,000 people. 

As they look forward to the breaking of fast, the children were entertained with fun trivia games and art and craft activities such as colouring and ketupat weaving while Coca-Cola staff from nationwide branches joined in to help serve the break fast meals and participate in the activities.


Fast2Feed is one of Muslim Aid Malaysia’s key activities that is solely dependent on donations and charity by generous individuals and corporations. 

"The continued participation of Coca-Cola has allowed Muslim Aid Malaysia to extend our reach to more underprivileged communities year after year. We always welcome contributions from the public, be it individuals or companies, to join us to offer some hope, help and care for those in need especially during Ramadan," said Habsah Marjuni, Chairman of Muslim Aid Malaysia's Board of Trustees. 

A partnership that began in 2010, Coca-Cola continues to support Muslim Aid Malaysia’s charitable work for the underprivileged and this year, to bring a touch of local flavour Coca-Cola also involved its business partners such as Mydin, Texas Chicken, AEON Big, CapitaLand Malaysia and PNB Commercial to come in with even more goodies to bring more smiles for the recipients.

Kanak-kanak kurang bernasib baik diraikan pada Majlis Berbuka Puasa yang diadakan di Marrybrown Perling Mall, Johor Baru

Kanak-kanak pelarian Rohingya antara yang dibawa membeli belah pakaian baharu di Mydin, Kota Baru

“Malaysians look forward to Ramadan as a time for family reunion, community gatherings and an opportunity to give back to those who are less fortunate. Working with our long time partner, we are able to contribute in a small way through this meaningful annual programme by Muslim Aid Malaysia and this year we are delighted to be able to involve our local partners who have been generous and supportive,” said Ahmed Yehia, Country Manager, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei Region, The Coca-Cola Company.