All we thought about when we were 12 was probably homework and having fun… while this young chef has been helping out underprivileged families and students who are in need.
Apart from being a primary school student, Danish Harraz is a self-taught chef who runs his own successful online cooking and baking business – Danish’s Red Kitchen, and has been helping the needy for over a year now.
Photo: New Straits Times
Recently he posted a tweet of him buying food supplies and a couple of table fans to be given out to underprivileged families in the KL and Selangor area.
He stated that he bought all the groceries with his own money from his online business and have been helping those who are in need as much as he can.
With over 187,000 Instagram followers and 38,400 Twitter followers, all were able to see his efforts to help people and they praised him for his noble attitude at a very young age.
Some also shared their own efforts in helping their community while others offered to donate some money so that they too, can help.
Last year, Danish helped around 40 underprivileged students and families with school supplies and groceries under a charity project called ‘Anak Lemoi Back to School 2019’ that caught the attention of the Menteri Besar Selangor – who ended up funding the whole project.
According to Sinar Harian, Danish has always been interested in charity and volunteer work since he was only 8-years old, after following celebrity Daphne Iking on Instagram when she was posting her volunteering activities under an NGO called Need to Feed The Need (NFN).
Not only that, Danish also contacted the NFN to volunteer with his parents and even formed a volunteer group in hopes to help paediatric cancer patients in Malaysia.
Such a HUGE heart, for a young boy. We stan!
By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat