• Donor

  • Stairway to Hope

    Stairway to Hope Learning Centre is an alternative school for school-age Filipino Children who do not go to proper school in Sabah, Malaysia due to lack of documents to apply student visa from Immigration Department Sabah. Many of these children grew up without having to learn how to read and write even until the age of 17 years old. Stairway To Hope Learning Centre provide free education to the children at the age of 7 to 16 years of age. Started in June 6, 2012, the classes for English, Malay, Mathematics and Good Manners and Right Conduct had been introduce to the 120 children of STH Many of them learned so fast that every one who witnessed them during the contest in reading, writing and counting were amazed at their progress in just 5 months. STH children recognized the value of learning and hunger for more lessons and interaction among other children in the school.

  • Hiichiikok Home for Children Care

    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 Last.

    This is through our mission to create a nurturing and caring environment for children who are orphans, from single parent households and under privileged backgrounds, and to empower them to become contributing members of society.

    Vision
    To create a conducive living environment for children who are orphans, from single parent households and under privileged backgrounds, and to enable them to live a life with a better tomorrow.
    Mission
    To create a nurturing and caring environment for children who are orphans, from single parent households and under privileged backgrounds, and to empower them to become contributing members of society.
    Objectives
    1. To address issues that concern the rights of children to access the support and care that can help them to be nurtured and for them to grow up to live their lives to the fullest potential in society.
    2. To setup homes for children, who are either orphans, homeless or abused; and provide a caring environment for them to grow up to be contributing members of society.
    3. To provide a free tuition programme to children of our homes and those who are from under privileged families.

  • How to select a charity for CSR campaigns or donations?

    a. Pick a charity that matches your aims, size and goals. If you are a small business, working with a local charity in your neighbourhood is a start to build relationship, goodwill and create impact that you may be able to track immediately.
    b. Find charities that practice transparency or have processes in place that meet that goal. Smaller or poorer charities may need some support with this, and your partnership could help improve that. Commit together so both parties are clear about the approaches in your CSR campaign in an honest and responsible way.
    c. Impact measurement is important way of marking your successes and failures of your campaign. Measuring impact is also vital when you report to your investors or stakeholders. Markers can range from number of children going to school, examination results, number of single parents employed or products sold, as a result of the CSR campaign.
    d. Work towards a long term relationship, say across six months to a year depending on your project. Hati.my’s feedback from the sector is there are too many one-hit wonders when it comes to CSR or donation campaigns. Charities want to avoid feeling like a dumping ground or just a tick in a box for donors or corporations during their internal audit. Be sincere about your commitment towards the project that will reap in rich rewards and tangible impact for your stakeholders.

  • Volunteers

  • Stairway to Hope

    Stairway to Hope Learning Centre is an alternative school for school-age Filipino Children who do not go to proper school in Sabah, Malaysia due to lack of documents to apply student visa from Immigration Department Sabah. Many of these children grew up without having to learn how to read and write even until the age of 17 years old. Stairway To Hope Learning Centre provide free education to the children at the age of 7 to 16 years of age. Started in June 6, 2012, the classes for English, Malay, Mathematics and Good Manners and Right Conduct had been introduce to the 120 children of STH Many of them learned so fast that every one who witnessed them during the contest in reading, writing and counting were amazed at their progress in just 5 months. STH children recognized the value of learning and hunger for more lessons and interaction among other children in the school.

  • Special Olympics Selangor

    SPECIAL OLYMPICS SELANGOR is a non-profit international program of sports training and athletic competition for persons with intellectual disabilities. Founded in 1968 by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Special Olympics International is the world’s largest amateur sports with more than one million athletes in over 150 countries and the only organisation authorized by the International Olympic Committee to use “Olympics” worldwide. Our Mission is to provide year-round  sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship, other SO athletes and the community.  Our Goal is to help persons with ID to develop their potential and to become useful and productive citizens who are accepted and respected in their communities.

  • Hiichiikok Home for Children Care

    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 Last.

    This is through our mission to create a nurturing and caring environment for children who are orphans, from single parent households and under privileged backgrounds, and to empower them to become contributing members of society.

    Vision
    To create a conducive living environment for children who are orphans, from single parent households and under privileged backgrounds, and to enable them to live a life with a better tomorrow.
    Mission
    To create a nurturing and caring environment for children who are orphans, from single parent households and under privileged backgrounds, and to empower them to become contributing members of society.
    Objectives
    1. To address issues that concern the rights of children to access the support and care that can help them to be nurtured and for them to grow up to live their lives to the fullest potential in society.
    2. To setup homes for children, who are either orphans, homeless or abused; and provide a caring environment for them to grow up to be contributing members of society.
    3. To provide a free tuition programme to children of our homes and those who are from under privileged families.

  • How to volunteer?

    a. If you want to get started volunteering, find an organisation that’s a good fit for you, and then decide what you have to offer. Then you can apply to volunteer at that organisation and get started in your new position.
    b. Check out volunteer sites like NGO Hub Asia or DoSomething.Gd to help you find volunteer opportunities in your area.
    c. If you still can’t narrow down where you want to volunteer, talk to friends and family, as it can make it easier to volunteer with someone you know the first time.
    d. Think about what skill sets you can offer to organisations.
    e. Be realistic about your time commitment and review your schedule so you do not disappoint the organisation or overextend your resources.
    f. Treat the application like a job. Some volunteer opportunities are relatively low-key but be professional. Organisations may need references, or security checks if you are working with seniors or children.
    g. If you find that your current fit does not work, feel free to move organisations but be professional and give notice as you would in a job.

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