30-Hour Famine

Physical and Mental Health Awareness Campaign

As we grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, have you or someone you know found yourselves in the following situations?

Kid: “I don’t like my mom. She’s always losing her temper these days.”
Young adult: “I can’t find a job. I feel so useless.”
Colleague: “Both my job and income are unstable. How am I going to support my family?”
Family or friends: “I am tired of my life.”

The pandemic has caused great strain on people, especially those who were already struggling, with the rising unemployment rate, financial instability and increased poverty. In these uncertain and challenging times, many will feel anxious and worried. Coupled with social distancing measures, we are more vulnerable to loneliness and emotional distress, which can negatively impact our mental health.

So what should we do?

World Vision Malaysia’s 30-Hour Famine Advocates will be holding a physical and mental health awareness campaign. We hope to raise public health awareness and encourage you to take good care of your own physical and mental health. At the same time, we hope you will also care for children and families living in poverty and lend a helping hand so that they can look forward to a brighter tomorrow.

How you can be a part of this campaign

Make a contribution to World Vision

Make a contribution to World Vision

Donate RM100 to World Vision Malaysia’s 30-Hour Famine Fund, which helps vulnerable children and families through health & nutrition, water, sanitation & hygiene and livelihood projects.

The first 100 donors will receive a blood test voucher (Standard Blood Profile) worth RM199, sponsored by Beacon Hospital.

Join ”I am tired with life!” Online Sharing Session

Join ”I am tired with life!” Online Sharing Session

Date: 26th February 2021 (Friday)
Time: 8pm-9pm
Live Streaming Platform: World Vision Malaysia 30-Hour Famine Facebook Page
Language: Chinese

Clinical Psychologist – Gary Yap
30-Hour Famine Advocates –  Ooi Liang Chia, Penny Ng, Eelynn Yu and Joey Lee