President University Distributes Basic Food Parcels to Communities Impacted by COVID-19

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In the spirit of supporting our community to survive in this challenging situation, lecturers and staff of President University initiate Kampus President Peduli, a movement conducted voluntarily for distributing daily basic food parcels to people directly or indirectly affected by COVID-19. These parcels consist of rice, flour, sugar, coffee, tea, condensed milk, sardines, soy sauce, noodles, chicken eggs, and cooking oil to people.

The distribution was first started on 8 April 2020 and was carried out every day for five working days, from Monday to Friday starting at 10.00. President University’s motorbike parking area was chosen as a place for the distribution so that the effort can be easily seen by residents, motorcycle taxi drivers, street vendors, or other people in need, who pass by President University.

Ajie Kawentar represents the Kampus Peduli team, explained that this movement will be continued for a minimum of one month starting from 8 April 2020. In the technical implementation, both the team that distributed the daily basic foods and the people who came to get the daily basic foods are continued to practice physical distancing and enforce hygiene practices.

Kampus President Peduli team also invites the lecturers, staff, and students to join this movement by sending the money donation to BCA 8730671955 (Whereson Helpme W. Siringoringo) or basic food donation to the President University building.