Gayaqua and ACT Provides Thousands of Boxes of Waqf Drinking Water for Community

In collaboration with PT Nata Bersaudara Sejahtera, ACT produced Waqf Drinking Water which will be distributed to the public for free.

Waqf Drinking Water
Waqf Drinking Water Packaging in Tasikmalaya. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, TASIKMALAYA – Aksi Cepat Tanggap and PT Nata Bersaudara Sejahtera, the producer of Gayaqua, have re-established a good working relationship. This act of mutual benefit was established through the production of Waqf Drinking Water, which will be distributed free of charge to the general public.

ACT and Gayaqua formally established a collaboration on Friday (2/18/2022). In the first stage, ACT and Gayaqua will produce 2500 boxes of Waqf Drinking Water and distribute them to various points, particularly places of worship, especially as Ramadan approaches and people hold many religious activities.

"Through this collaboration, various levels of society should be able to access safe drinking water. Insha Allah, we will distribute a thousand boxes of Waqf Drinking Water to mosques and Islamic boarding schools throughout Indonesia,” said Fauzi Ridwan of the ACT Tasikmalaya Program team.

Gayaqua will maximize the company's zakat funds to do this kindness collaboration with ACT.

Heri, the owner of Gayaqua, states that everything he has now is a gift from Allah. For him, it is a good thing if he can share for good purposes. 

"At first, this company capitalized on the potential of Tasikmalaya, which has Mount Galunggung, which contains good water. The lab test results are very decent, even good. Alhamdulillah, I can established Gayaqua," Heri said. []