KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 29, 2014:While feeding vagrants in Kuala Lumpur is their life’s work, soup kitchen Dapur Jalanan Kuala Lumpur has also made it its mission to aid those affected by floods in Kelantan. The group is running a charity drive campaign called “Bantuan Kilat 48 Jam” (48-hour Flash Aid) that started yesterday. They are calling on the public to donate items, including mineral water, biscuits, bread, canned food, candles, match boxes and sugar, which will be sent to Kubang Kerian in Kota Baru, Kelantan, on Tuesday. Items are being collected until midnight today at No. 52C, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar Utama in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. This marks the first time the soup kitchen is conducting a drive to aid flood victims. It will also be sending over volunteers to Kelantan to help clean up the homes of those affected and cook food for them from Jan 1 to 4. “This is the least we can do. We cannot solve their problems but we can at least help this way. “We hope the collections and aid sent would be able to help them in some way,” Dapur Jalanan volunteer Quratulain Atiqah told The Rakyat Post when contacted. The campaign leader also shared that they planned another trip to Kemaman, Terengganu, a week after their Kelantan trip to cook food for victims. The group welcomed anyone who wants to help with their drive and would also need volunteers to help in their Kemaman initiative. Those who wish to donate items could contact Dapur Jalanan KL at +6018-384 7030.