Spread throughout the nation, lives vulnerable groups of people that often face challenging circumstances, with their health, well-being and welfare needs compromised, and often neglected. With limited access to healthcare, exacerbated by several reasons which include language and cultural barriers, financial ability, and legal status, communities such as this often keep to themselves, and live in pocket communities in selected neighbourhoods. With the effects of the pandemic weighing down marginalised groups, the burden to bear is much. On July 4th, BAC Education delivered 50 packs of groceries to the Myanmar Muslim Volunteer Group in Sri Muda, Shah Alam. Assisted by their Community Leader, these food aid packs were then given out to families in need.