Generating Kindness from Humanitarian Collaboration

In Madiun, ACT has carried out various humanitarian actions. This kindness is generated from collaboration with various institutions and generous people.

Distribution of Waqf Rice for underprivileged people in Madiun. (ACTNews)
Distribution of Waqf Rice to underprivileged people in Madiun. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, MADIUN – Since its opening, Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Madiun continues to assist the community, especially underprivileged people. During the pandemic, various sectors were affected ranging from those in cities to villages. Apart from assisting, ACT also collaborates with institutions, one of them is the Madiun City Government.

In the second week of Ramadan, Friday (4/23/2021), ACT held a meeting with Madiun City Government. They talked about building synergy for the benefit of the community. The meeting was attended by the Mayor of Madiun Maidi and his staff.

“The existence of ACT in Madiun has been greatly awaited by the people in Madiun, especially for its assistance,” said Maidi.

In Madiun, ACT has carried out various humanitarian actions and programs. One of them is aid distribution by MRI volunteers so that aid from benefactors through ACT can be distributed directly.

“Hopefully, the collaboration with Madiun City Government will soon be realized so that the public welfare program can be implemented. All problems, including poverty, will be easy to solve together,” said Branch Manager of ACT Madiun Wahyu Sulistiantoro Putro.

Actual Implementation

During Ramadan, ACT will intensify the kindness movement for underprivileged people in Madiun and its surrounding areas. ACT and Relawan 24 Jam have distributed food packages to the elderly.

The food packages from the benefactors are the benefit of the Ramadan Food Alms Movement that ACT has echoed since a few days before Ramadan. The essential part of this movement is the charity from the society donated through Aksi Cepat Tanggap. Until the end of Ramadan, the food packages such as Waqf Rice and ready-to-eat meals will continue to be distributed.

“We will continue to collaborate with various parties to provide the best service for the community, especially for underprivileged people and those whose livelihoods are affected by the pandemic,” said Aferu from ACT Madiun, Saturday (4/24/2021).[]