Although I have been supporting MAKNA for more than a year now, I didn't personally know anyone who was actually benefiting from it until my mom told me about little Aiman. My mom first met Aiman when she and her friends visited the paediatric ward in a hospital in Kota Kinabalu. She was told that Aiman had been receiving RM700 monthly from MAKNA to pay for his medication and treatment. The funds meant a lot to the family as they were financially tight. And that's MAKNA's philosophy, " ... that the poor cancer patients should have access to the best available treatment."
So if you wish to do some good deeds this month, start by donating to MAKNA.