Throughout the month of Ramadhan BSUnion members have participated in SCOT's 3000 meal challenge. The Social Kitchen initiative included helping to cook and distribute meals to the COVID-19 frontliners and the less fortunate. The Social Kitchen is led by single mothers who are supported by SCOT through training and entrepreneurship opportunities to further create a more sustainable and independent lifestyle.
The 3000 Meal Challenge was open to the public and aim to collect donations to fund the meals made from the Social Kitchen with the target of 3000 meals by the end of Ramadhan. With the help of other institutions and organisations, SCOT was able to achieve their target, with BSUnion being the contributor with the most meals donated!
The BSU high council are immensely proud of our members, especially the society leaders for leading this initiative and working together towards a goal that benefits the underprivileged in Brunei! Thank you to those who have participated, donated and volunteered throughout this whole month! This would not have been possible without you all! Thank you to @scot_brunei for hosting this meaningful and impactful initiative