Kneading Peace Social Enterprise

in Social Enterprise

Kneading Peace Social Enterprise is a refugee-supporting training café, shop & creative space managed by Same Skies. We train and support refugees and other marginalised community members, while selling European panini (sandwiches), pâtisseries (pastries) & gelato (ice cream), art & craft, and hosting courses & events.

Halokids Therapy Centre

in Children, Differently Abled, Social Enterprise

HaLoKids Therapy centre is therapy centre who provide EIP (Early Intervention Program ) for children with special needs. We set up this centre under social entreprise with mission to provide affordable therapy centre for children with special needs in Kepong, Sungai Buloh, Damansara and nearby locaction. As we all known that EIP fee charged by normal commercial centre will be at range RM 1,800 – RM 6,000/ month, at here we only charge RM 1000/mth for those who enrol 5 days a week program and RM 800/mth for those who enroll 3 days a week program. Somehow we do provide subsidy to B40s...

Viva Starfish Project

in Children, Social Enterprise

Making a difference through education and opportunies. Help us empower the underprivileged by sharing our stories.

TObpinai NIngkokoton koBUruon kampuNG – TONIBUNG

in Environment, Social Enterprise

TObpinai NIngkokoton koBUruon KampuNG (Friends of Village Development) is an indigenous-lead non-profit group that develops sustainable alternatives for rural electrification while advocating for native rights and supporting local entrepreneurship and innovation around Southeast Asia. TONIBUNG headquarters is based in the village of Nampasan, Penampang, in Sabah

Ibupreneur

in Social Enterprise, Women

Ibupreneur aims to empower financially dependent and vulnerable mothers – particularly single, unemployed, B40, or retired mothers with low EPF levels – to earn additional income from their home-ready skills. To ensure sustainable impact, we connect their talents to the society by providing them with business tools and marketplace opportunities to be financially independent and grow into micro-entrepreneurs. VISIONTo become Malaysia’s #1 Marketplace that connects talented mothers and the society together to revive traditional homemade recipes. MISSIONTo ensure women...

Johor Empowerment of Intellectual Women Association (JEIWA)

in Social Enterprise, Women

JEIWA is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) of professionals and career driven women focusing on helping battered women start anew. JEIWA was formed when it’s founder, Nor Fadilah M. Nizar won her case against her ex-husband at court. The case which sent him to jail, was on physical assault occurred just a day after they finalized their divorce. Since then, our founder has become a strong advocate on domestic violence issues and encourage women to be optimistic in rebuilding their...

Komuniti Tukang Jahit

in Social Enterprise, Women

Komuniti Tukang Jahit provides upskill sewing training and job opportunities to home-makers, giving them the opportunity to secure a stable income while being fully committed to the household responsibilities. Our solution is targeted towards helping the development of women in general and women of the household. Women who are situated at home with responsibilities, but wishes to earn a side income for the family. Most housewives, single women or single moms are situated at home because of family commitments, therefore they are unable to commit to a full-time job or hold a part-time...

Penan Women Project

in Orang Asli, Social Enterprise, Women

The Penan Women Project is a project initiated by the Miri Women Weaving Association (MWWA) in Sarawak. Officially registered on 14 March 2016, MWWA was set up to help needy nomadic and semi-nomadic Penans in Limbang and Miri divisions of Sarawak. The association is founded by Shida Mojet with Ann Wong as its current chairperson. MWWA helps the Penan learn about income generation while tapping into their resources and knowledge about traditional crafts like weaving. Their mission is to help the Penan women get out of poverty by making and selling handwoven products such as affordably...

Borneo Ecotourism Solutions and Technologies Society

in Environment, Social Enterprise

Borneo Ecotourism Solutions & Technologies Society is a nonprofit arm of Borneo Eco Tours that approaches rural development with an empowering perspective. It was officially registered under the Societies Act 1966 by the Registration of Societies Department on the 18th of April 2007. The history of Borneo Ecotourism Solutions and Technologies (BEST) Society goes back to 1995 when Borneo Eco Tours together with Sukau Rainforest Lodge organised the first environmental project to remove Salvinia molesta weeds from the Kelenanap oxbow lake which flows into the Kinabatangan River at...

Coffee For Good

in Social Enterprise, Youth

A Social Enterprise established in 2015, with a mission to remove barriers for youth to gain job skills and employment opportunities using coffee industry as a training platform. MissionOur mission is to remove the barriers faced by underserved youth in acquiring job skills and job opportunities by using coffee industry as a training platform. VisionsTo be the most beneficial coffee brand in Malaysia and other countries nearby. To be the leader in coffee industry in giving back to the community through our...

Humankind

in Social Enterprise

Humankind is a registered social enterprise based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We are on a mission to improve the social and emotional well-being of all communities especially communities that are underserved and vulnerable. Pam Guneratnam, a psychologist by training, and a registered Counselor with the Malaysian Counselling Board, founded HumanKind with the vision of a world where everyone recognizes themselves as valuable, needed and connected, and having the ability to make a positive difference. The first project HumanKind embarked on was a full day Expressive Art workshop at a...

Nazkids

in Social Enterprise

Nazkids is an accredited social enterprise in Malaysia and located in north, Jitra, Kedah. We train the local young women in creating baby clothing and other products for now and we aim to train them in learning on how to sell the products online by themselves. We use the concept of KOTO – Know One Teach One, by empowering a women with a knowledge and hopefully they will be able to teach other women and thus creating a long lasting impact in the community, especially in economy...

Persatuan Cina Muslim He-Ping

in Social Enterprise, Support Groups

A society to share knowledge, dakwah on Islam and help reverts to adapt, sustain & strengthen faith by practicing true Islam.Email : [email protected] Vision : To strive to be good practicing and knowledgeable Muslim. Mission : 1) Islam as our way of life.2) Support revert to be better muslims through sharing of knowledge and practice of Islamic values while maintaining Chinese Culture that is in line with Islam.3) Propagate Islam Objectives: To help reverts to adapt, maintain and strengthen their faith and life to Islamic way of life.To build a good networking and moral...

RC Deaf Missions Malaysia

in Differently Abled, Social Enterprise

A cafe, merchandise store and Malaysian Sign Language (BIM) learning centerAgnes and Mario have a natural passion for Deaf community work. Since its inception in 2006, the co-founders have been providing career opportunities to several Deaf persons. They hope to empower Deaf persons through various opportunities, and add value in influencing a change in the mindsets about the capabilities of Deaf persons.http://rcdeafmissionsmerchandise.com

AspirasikEATchen

in Other Communities, Social Enterprise

AspirasikEATchen by EATvolution Sdn Bhd was birth into existence after the company launched its Foodbank initiative at kEATchen, Ara Damansara to help the community and those in need prior to the implementation of Movement Control Order (MCO) 3.0. AspirasikEATchen was conceptualised with one noble mission which is to create a better living for everyone. The organisation aims to provide the community with sustainable and holistic support that goes beyond providing food aid and essential items. Some of the strategies that AspirasikEATchen has planned include employment opportunities, blood...

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