“My mum started this pondok as her late father was also a generous and family-loving person. He would even clear twigs on pathways so that others can walk safely,” Hasha said.
Speaking to SAYS, the university student said her mother started the cause because she realised many people had lost their source of income during the pandemic.
“My mum was interviewing potential new staff [for the family business] and she heard many of them were laid off,” she said.
“Some people were fired and…