Hiichiikok Home for Children Care

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Hiichiikok Foundation was founded by Tan Sri Clement Hii. He believes in the Chinese saying , “Return to society by one who have gained from it” (取之社会,用之社会 ). The Foundation establishes an avenue for HCK Capital Group to discharge its corporate social responsibility. Tan Sri has already donated a substantial amount to kick start Hiichiikok Foundation. The Foundation is supported both financially and in kind by HCK Capital Group and by Tan Sri Clement Hii personally. “Clarity in Charity” – We believe in Hope for the Lost, the Least & the...

Self Empowerment & Educational Development Society – SEEDS

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Who we are “Self Empowerment & Educational Development Society” (SEEDS) saw light with the approval from Registry of Societies Malaysia to begin its mission to fulfil its vision and objectives on 8th September 2016. The formation of the Self Empowerment & Educational Development Society (SEEDS) is based on the principles of its founder, Jeevithan P Ganasan, a well-known socialist/activist in Malaysia. . He has been known for the many social activities and his fight for justice. Having contributed much, this platform serves to continue the works of MCEO (which had to...

Yayasan Sarana Pendidikan Malaysia

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Who are we YSPM was originally mooted in late 2013 at a meeting of leaders of Parent-Teacher Associations (PTAs) of schools in Putrajaya. They were desirous of setting up a foundation to carry out activities to complement the efforts of the government of Malaysia to further lift the standard of education in Malaysia as outlined in the Plan Pembangunan Pendidikan Malaysia 2013-2025 (PPPM 2013-2025). In particular, while the PPPM 2013-25 is very comprehensive, there are always areas where non-governmental organisations can play meaningful synergistic roles....

Yayasan Aman

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Aman Foundation was founded on January 17th, 1983 and is a non-profit organisation with the following objectives:- Help improve the intellectual levels among low income groups through related training programmes. Plan and execute leadership training programmes for youth and young adults in rural areas. Distribute financial assistance to disaster areas and low income groups. These assistance will be in the form of medical treatment and support. Strategise and form programmes relating to social economic development in rural areas. The Aman Foundation has also established a volunteer team...

Food Aid Foundation

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Who we are The Food Aid Foundation is managed by professionals with experience in the food services industry and supported by a team of staff comprising of employees and volunteers; with a pool of cooks and drivers, we are ready to serve those in need. Our Values and Accountability We Honour Lives, respect the dignity of every person and treat all with equality and compassion regardless of their race or religion. We Keep Faith with the public trust through efficient and compassionate use of resources entrusted to us and are mindful that our objective is accomplished through the generosity...

S P Setia Foundation

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Who we are The S P Setia Foundation is a charity trust founded in 2000, through the auspices of S P Setia Berhad, with the aim of helping underprivileged individuals and charitable bodies. Our services Our key areas of interest are: Education, in particular, the Setia Adoption Programme General and Medical Welfare The fund is administered by the Board of Trustees. Our major fundraising activity is the annual charity dinner that has become one of the most highly anticipated and prestigious events of the year. To date, the Foundation has raised a total of RM56.5 million, which it has...

Make-A-Wish®

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Mission of Make-A-Wish® We grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. History of Make-A-Wish® Malaysia The Malaysian affiliate was launched in 2010 and on average we grant two new wishes every month. We constantly receive new referrals and with only one staff member, we rely on our dedicated volunteers to help us grant wishes and raise funding for our mission. We currently have 30 volunteers and the majority of them are trained as Wish Granters. Founder of Make-A-Wish Malaysia, Sandra Kirwan, expresses...

Malaysian Humanitarian Foundation (MHF)

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Our objectives 1. To motivate and inspire the strengthened presence of the caring culture in our community and social development by exemplary application of the caring culture in every project. 2. To promote a caring society, built upon strong family values and conscious social development and the spirit of humanitarianism through community involvement, education, arts and culture. 3. To stimulate synergy among different generations, social and ethnic groups and work sectors.

Raleigh

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Back in 1978 when Colonel John Blashford-Snell and HRH Prince Charles started Operation Drake, they had a vision. They wanted to give young people a chance to explore the world and by doing so discover their potential as leaders and members of a team working together to make a difference. Raleigh still hold true these values today with its two commitments. Raleigh is committed to inspiring people from all walks of life, ages and nationalities, involving them more deeply with people, places, communities and challenges and empowering them to be all they can be. Its second commitment is working...

The Charity Club Langkawi, Kedah

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Who are we A group of people committed to improving the day to day lives of underprivileged families on Langkawi.  All funds raised are used to benefit underprivileged families – the club takes minimal general expenses and those related to specific fund raising activities. How you can help You can help to improve the day to day lives of underprivileged families on Langkawi by: • DONATING cash. • DONATING food items. • DONATING unwanted clothing, shoes, toys, linen and household items. • SUPPORTING our fund raising activities. • BUYING our Cookery Book. • BUYING items...

PT Foundation

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Who are we PT Foundation (previously known as Pink Triangle Sdn Bhd) is a community-based, voluntary non-profit making organisation providing HIV/AIDS education, prevention, care and support programmes, sexuality awareness and empowerment programmes for vulnerable communities in Malaysia. We work with 5 vulnerable communities mainly drug users, sex workers, transsexuals, men who have sex with men (MSM), and people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). Our mission is to be the most efficient community-based organisation providing information, education and care services relating to HIV/AIDS and...

Yayasan Nanyang Press

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Who are we We were established in February 1999 by the Nanyang Press Holding Group. We are the first philanthropic foundation in Malaysia run by a news media. The foundation’s mission is to build communities, transform lives, provide medical assistance as well as being a partner in service with welfare-based organisations. Our objectives: Fund raising for a better world Catalyst for participation Partnership with non-profit organisations Medical Assistance to the needy and deserving Human development through training workshops Meeting social and community needs Building capabilities...

Yayasan Jantung Malaysia

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Who are we The groundwork for today’s solid base began in 1982. The Heart Foundation of Malaysia was established by a small group of dedicated and concerned lay people who were determined to make an impact on the control of heart and blood vessel disease. In the 1960’s, deaths in Malaysia were due to communicable diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, typhoid and cholera. Our health system was then developing and our health facilities were inadequate to meet the needs and demands of the population. With the improved standard of living and better understanding, now, there is a...

American Universities Alumni Malaysia

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BACKGROUND/HISTORY A non-profit organisation where its membership is open to persons who have attended colleges or universities in the United States and to those who have been awarded American degrees through program conducted in Malaysia. Objective To establish and maintain contact among all U.S. alumni in Malaysia. AUAM’s activities are oriented to specific goals; to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, to organise education, cultural and social activities, and to promote international understanding and goodwill. Some of its activities includes exhibition of works by American...