ACTNews, MOJOKERTO – The enforcement of Emergency Public Activity Restrictions (PPKM) has started in Java and Bali Islands until the end of July. Various activities are forced to stop during Emergency PPKM. For some people, this regulation is burdensome because they lost their sources of income.
Responding to this condition, Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) continues to support the community through its best programs. ACT plans to distribute 1,000 Qurbani cows, 1,000 Waqf Rice Packages, and 10,000 boxes of Waqf Drinking Water to the Java and Bali areas.
A launching ceremony of the aid trucks was held in Riyadlul Jannah Islamic Boarding School, Ledok Village, Pacet District, Mojokerto Regency, Friday (7/16/2021). In East Java, ACT targets to distribute aid in 38 regions.
“With the spirit of Indonesian Solidarity in Emergency, we believe that the restrictions shouldn’t dampen our solidarity. We must create a culture of mutual cooperation and togetherness. We have to help each other,” said Diki Taufik Sidiq as the Regional Head of ACT East Java, Bali, and Nusa Tenggara during the event.
This program was also welcomed by the Deputy of the Secretary-General of MUI K.H. Ahmad Fahrur Rozi. On that occasion, he invited the community to be involved in this philanthropic movement. “Despite being separated by distance, their hearts, minds, and concerns must be close to each other. This is a realization of us being close to Allah. Therefore, our sustenance will be easily given from Him," he said.