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Show your patriotic spirit this Malaysia Day! Grab Malaysia and the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) Malaysia are joining forces once again to raise funds to purchase a new dialysis machine that will provide NKF’s underprivileged kidney failure patients with a higher quality of life.

From now until 31 December 2020, Grab users in Malaysia can visit the GrabRewards catalogue in their Grab app and convert their points into donations. Every 800 GrabRewards points used will translate to a RM5 donation towards NKF.

Every year, the NKF of Malaysia needs to raise RM26.5 million to subsidise the dialysis patients who are seeking dialysis treatment at the 28 NKF dialysis centres nationwide.

Members of the public who are interested in contributing towards this cause of helping underprivileged Malaysians access haemodialysis treatment can find out more through NKF’s website at www.nkf.org.my/support-us/project-campaign/grabrewards/ or call 03-7954 9048.

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