Charities & Causes ( 972 Results )

Founded in 2007, HandsOn Hong Kong are a registered Hong Kong charity and listed under WiseGiving. We serve as a hub for volunteers and NGO partners. Our mission is to mobilize and empower our community to meet pressing social needs in Hong Kong through volunteer services. We are dedicated to providing both high quality volunteer opportunities and high quality volunteers. HandsOn Hong Kong connects local organizations with the volunteer manpower they need to achieve their mission. We provide our volunteers with a diverse range of more than 100 opportunities each month through the ongoing and one-off volunteer programs we organize with our partner NGOs.Be The Change. Volunteer.  

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Animals, Children, Disability, Education, Elderly, Environment, Poverty, Refugees, Social Welfare, Women, Youth

We are an independent, non-religious and apolitical NGO, specializing in the protection and education of children in difficulties in Cambodia and has been working since 1994 to support children and their families and promote their autonomy through access to education, health and culture.Our mission is to contribute to Cambodia’s development by supporting children who are truly disadvantaged while respecting their culture and their traditions. The help given to the children allows them to freely decide on their future by giving them access to education, to health, and to cultural awareness as well as pride. Therefore, children become actors in the development of their country in the field they choose.  

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Children, Education, Poverty, Welfare

Hello to anyone that come across my fundraising pageThese mean a lot to me as every penny that I can earn from this fundraising, will help a lot to provide fund for my family and I, as my parents are in a difficult situation with our financing before the pandemic, and imagine during this pandemic, it's too much for us. My parents have so much to deal with the loan(car, house, bank, my student loan), I'm so helpless with these, as I'm also dealing with mental health along with my degreeMy other sibling are all still in high school, so my parents need to provide for them tooI really wish to have enough money to buy books for my course study, it's really demandingIf I reach my target of RM 15K, it will be enough for me to buy books, repair my overworked laptop, course fees, my family loans, my parents health support, my siblings education supportsPlease anybody that understand me, and can help me, even not so much, I'll still appreciate every of your kindness. Thank you so much.  

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Education, Emotional Support, Medical & Health, Welfare

We want to support the poorest people in this kampung (little village) who don't have food because of the lock down.All depends tourism. Also the animals can not find food anymore. The goal is to collect 115.000.000 rupiah until end of the year so I can feed weekly 30 families and the cats in Jogjakarta.  

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Animals, Children, Elderly, Health, Poverty

In keeping with Mr Tan Tock Seng’s Legacy of Giving, Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) set up its Charity arm, TTSH Community Fund, 25 years ago to improve the quality of life of our patients and the community.Today, our Charity disburses more than $2 million each year to support over 2,500 needy patient cases, especially the elderly.From expensive non-standard medication to breathing equipment to mobility aids to dentures, TTSH Community Fund helps needy patients gain greater independence, improve their quality of life and integrate back into the community. Our Charity also supports healthcare research, innovation, and training for our staff and the community to deliver better patient care.Our Charity runs entirely on public donations. Every dollar to our Charity goes directly to support our activities. TTSH Community Fund is a registered charity with IPC status.  

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Disability, Elderly, Hospice & Hospital, Medical & Health

The Samaritans is a volunteer-driven, independent, non-religious organization with charitable status established in Hong Kong in 1974 to provide unconditional emotion support to those in distress that may also lead to suicide. The Samaritans believes that having immediately available confidential emotional support for anyone suffering from depression or with suicidal tendencies will support those in need. Another core belief is that for those people experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide, being listened to in confidence and accepted without prejudice can mean the difference between life and death. Our core service is the 24/7/365 multilingual telephone hotline that anyone can call for nonjudgmental unconditional emotional support.  All these phone calls are answered by our team of committed and passionate volunteers who are rigorously trained and equipped with necessary empathic listening skills, to give our callers a consistently high standard of emotional support. Last year The Samaritans received over 30,000 calls averaging 83 calls per day. The Samaritans has an excellent track record for community outreach and public education. We have already established the following outreach programmes serving different populations: (a) the youth and their peers and families, via the Young Samaritans Peer Support Programme (YSPSP); (b) the elderly, via the Supporting The Aged Responsibly (STAR) Programme; and (c) friends and families who have lost a loved one to suicide, via a regular support group.  These programmes serving key population groups have been well received by the audience and well acclaimed by professionals involved.  Recently, with the donation from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, we are able to have professional staff members running the “Life is Beautiful Intergeneration Suicide Prevention Programme” and they play a key role in organizing and leading outreach programmes, events, talks and other activities.The Samaritans have been actively responding to requests from the general public, mainly schools, universities, community centres and deliver speeches, sharing sessions, and workshops for general educational purposes that have been well received. In 2018-19, while we celebrated our 45th Anniversary, we held 54 talks, workshops, training sessions and school activities, reaching a total number of 5,244 people of all walks of life.  

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Emotional Support

Rumah Zakat is a charitable non-governmental organization in Indonesia that manages and distributes alms (zakat, infaq, sadaqoh) endowment and donations. These funds are managed for humanity and other social measures, especially in 4 factors which are economy, education, health and environment. Additionally, we are active in our humanitarian aids; ranging from evacuation, distribution of food assistance, health services, psychosocial services to various post-disaster recovery programs locally and globally (Palestine, Suria, sudan, …etc.)  

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All, Children, Disaster Relief, Education, Environment, Health, Poverty

PESONA is a support group for children diagnosed and treated for various types of cancer.  PESONA was registered as a non-governmental organization, aiming to help the children and their families as they embark on that long, difficult cancer journey.  90% of the families who are registered with us are from rural, small-income economic backgrounds, making it more challenging to cope with the test of cancer of their children.  Founded by an onco-mom herself who went through, saw and understood the difficulties faced by the whole family as their child was being confined to harsh oncology treatment in public hospital, PESONA takes pride in doing more than many organizations would have done for the onco children and the families.  Our belief is simple - A failure to continue oncology treatment in hospital because of poverty is indeed a TRAGEDY for the society, the country and the world, and we should all be ashamed of.  Therefore, we aim to make sure that these families are helped, especially financially.We are based in Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia, and our kids are ranging from the ages of 1 day to 19 years old, with various diagnoses of cancer and are treated in various hospitals throughout Malaysia,  

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Cancer, Children, Chronic Illness

眼睛健康基金 Eye Fund(前身為香港白內障基金)於2007年成立,是根據《稅務條例》第88條獲豁免繳稅的慈善機構,註冊號碼:91/8616。眼睛健康基金肩負服務社會的責任,致力將「防盲、治盲、除盲」的訊息散佈到社區不同的層面,並向市民大眾傳遞專業及正確的眼科護理資訊,改變對眼科手術治療的誤解及恐懼。Eye Fund (formerly known as Hong Kong Cataract Foundation) was registered in October 2007 as a non-profit charity (R88) approved by the Inland Revenue Department (Inland Revenue NO. 91/8616).Since establishment, Eye Fund has been upholding the mission of “Prevent, Cure and Eradicate Blindness”, conveying the right understanding of eye care and accurate eye information to the general public.  

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Elderly, Health, Medical & Health

Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) Foundation is an international and non-profit organization based in Indonesia that focused on providing global humanitarian issue relief action. Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) established in 2005 as a philanthropy foundation that engages all sectors in the community, doesn’t determine religion, ethnic, and race, to raise awareness on the humanitarian issue. In Indonesia, we manage to spread our volunteers all across the nation, enabling to be a responsible entity to disasters and emergency cases. Along with our global donators, partners and volunteers, they have channeled relief actions in Rohingya, Syria, Nepal, Somali and Palestine, to accommodate the issue of refugees. ACT has assisted to more than 26 million beneficiaries and involving around 152.882 volunteers globally. ACT also served to channel and deliver donations on behalf of 233.746 multinational donors worldwide. ACT aspires to be part of the solutions to world humanitarian problems, in order to nurture peace and take care of society.  

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Children, Disaster Relief, Education, Emotional Support, Health, Hospice & Hospital, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid, Medical & Health, Poverty, Refugees, Religion, Rescue, Women

Round Table is a volunteering and charitable club that promotes fellowship of members and support its local community via charitable work.A group of young professionals in Hong Kong who regularly gather together to socialise and network whilst at the same time volunteering their time efforts to get involved with and raise money for local and regional charitiesHong Kong Round Table supports a range of local and regional registered charities, but has a bias towards capital investment projects for charities with limited or no other sources of funding for the planned project.   

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hi im nissa, i’ve lived and worked in Muscat for about 2 years and things are not great everywhere including Oman in this pandemic. I lost my source of income and had to leave Muscat in few weeks. I have 3 beautiful cats which i cant take back with me due to financial restrictions. The cost to bring back my cat about rm13000 for 3 cats including documentation. I tried finding a suitable foster home for 3 of the without being separated but failed. I love them unconditionally. You help means a lot to me.  

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Animals

Personal Fundraisers ( 1,929 Results )

With the COVID-19 outbreak for the past few months all around the world, it hasn't been easy on any of us, especially for all medical teams and other front-liners that have been part of the fight since the outbreak began.HappyFresh, the leading South East Asia online grocery marketplace, wants to do our part to help the community and those who are affected. Guillem Segarra, CEO of HappyFresh, is volunteering to run a half marathon from his home to help fund the organizations that are helping the people affected by this outbreak.We would like to raise $100,000 USD, and HappyFresh will be donating $10,000 USD upfront.The total donation raised will be split evenly across 3 organizations that we have partnered with from each of the countries that we are operating.From Indonesia, ACT (Aksi Cepat Tanggap); Thailand, The Mirror Foundation (กองทุนอาสามาเยี่ยม); and Malaysia, Mums4Mums.Now, you can also be part of this by simply donating any amount you wish.There's no amount too small, and every dollar makes a difference.For donors residing in Indonesia and Thailand, if you prefer to donate through bank transfer, please find the details below and include a reference for "Run with HappyFresh" when you are making the bank transfer.Indonesia:Bank: CIMB NIAGAAccount name: PT. ICART GROUP INDONESIAAccount No: 800140223300Swift Code: BNIAIDJAXXXThailand:Bank: KASIKORN BANKAccount name: HAPPYFRESH (THAILAND) CO., LTDAccount No: 063-2-84285-6  Swift Code: KASITHBK_______Our beneficiaries:When it comes to partnering with our beneficiaries across countries, we make sure that we can cover different segments; from a bigger scale organization that cares for humanitarian (ACT Indonesia), a more concentrated organization that helps COVID-19 victims (The Mirror Foundation) and also those who are really affected by it, especially single mums in Malaysia (Mums4Mums).  

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Indonesia

Disaster Relief, Humanitarian Aid

14%

Raised So Far : USD 14,461

Target : USD 100,000

Campaign Ends : 6/3/2020

The Hope Branch Post Covid DriveTHB currently supplies 1500 hot cooked meals/week to support the OKU community around Klang Valley also the Marginalized community in KL via SEEDS Foundation. We also identify and support vulnerable homes during this tough recovery period and support them in home suppliers and emergency grocery supplies.We also refurbish and provide care of Orang Asli Settlements in Damansara and Carey Island. The Hope Branch, an initiative to quickly and effectively raise funds for those affected by the Covid19 Pandemic. Our main goal is to raise RM250K by end of JuneWe are working together with KitaJaga.Us to execute speedy aid delivery and to stay connected with medical front-liners.THB tasks will include fund raising to cover costs of purchase and delivery of PPE (personal protective equipment) - for health frontliners - to vulnerable hospitals, Klinik kesihatan at the outskirt areas, and police arm force.As well as daily supplies for those affected most from the Restricted Movement Control Order (daily wage earners, homeless, immigrants,refugees) and vulnerable homesWe also contribute food to a current fully operational soup kitchens - Pertiwi and The Lost Food Project.  

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Malaysia

Disaster Relief, Emotional Support, Hospice & Hospital, Humanitarian Aid, ...

1%

Raised So Far : MYR 4,950

Target : MYR 250,000

Campaign Ends : 7/31/2020

Our good friend, family member and colleague Maks has had a tragic motorbike accident in Phuket Thailand on 30th July 2019. He suffered Traumatic Brain Injury called "Severe Diffuse Axonal Injury" and has been in a coma ever since at Vachira hospital in Phuket. He was in ICU for 20 of those days.Currently, His health is stable but  is still on a breathing machine.His family have flew over and have been by his side during this difficult time of his life.They are now trying every effort to come up with the funds to bring him back home where they can be by his side and provide him with the care he needs until such time as he wakes up. The hospital issued a travel clearance for him but he will be needing a full medical team and equipment to travel back home.The amount to bring him back home will be around $40k plus around $20k in hospital bills. We are seeking to raise the money for Maks and his family and would greatly appreciate any financial support that can be given.  

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Thailand

Medical & Health

19%

Raised So Far : USD 11,618

Target : USD 60,000

Campaign Ends : 9/30/2019

FlowerPower is a new non-profit that aims to repurpose flowers after wedding/events and deliver them to less well-off individuals and communities.Our aim is to bring joy and positive energy to the community by repurposing flowers from large events e.g. weddings or corporate functions. We collect flowers, repackage them into mini-bouquets and deliver them to those who need it most (e.g. nursing homes, women's shelters and disadvantaged communities), thereby enhancing mental wellness as well as reducing waste.Why flowers? Flowers are important in enhancing mental wellness. We all know that flowers naturally bring positive energy: they look pretty, smell good and they brighten our physical environment, making us feel more comfortable. However, flowers actually operate on a deeper brain chemical level too! Studies have shown that flowers increase levels of dopamine and serotonin in the brain - which are the exact same chemicals targeted by antidepressants. There is also evidence that flowers reduce anxiety, encourage social interaction and improve memory function. Historically, they have been a symbol of love and affection, and flowers trigger these happy memories. Furthermore, flowers facilitate a reconnection with nature in today’s increasingly disconnected society.How will it work?We have teamed up with a number of hotels around Singapore to keep us informed of events, as well as charity organisations who will be our beneficiaries.Check out our website at scentflowerpower.wixsite.com/singapore for more details!FundraisingAll funds raised will go towards the cost of transport of collecting and distributing flowers as well as some basic necessities to make and decorate our repurposed flower bouquets. We are aiming to raise $2000. This will pay for supplies and enable us to attend an estimate of 25-30 events.  

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Singapore

Environment, Mental Health, Welfare

49%

Raised So Far : SGD 980

Target : SGD 2,000

Campaign Ends : 9/30/2019

I’m taking part in the Ironman 70.3 Langkawi (Malaysia) on the 17th November 2018. This is a triathlon race which consists of swimming for 1.9km, then cycling for 90km and running a half-marathon in a row. More information on the race on the following link Ironman 70.3 Langkawi   Help Me Swim, Cycle and Run for Critically Sick Children Although the Ironman 70.3 Langkawi remains a personal challenge for me, I just do not want to race only for me to reach that goal but I want to race for a good cause and try to help others, especially very sick kids. There is one French association, “Le Marche De Noel”, which has been organizing since 2010  the “French Charity Christmas bazaar” in Kuala Lumpur. I want to help this association which is doing a fantastic work. All the fundraising goes to one NGO ( “Make-a-Wish Malaysia” ) and one charity programme ( “A-Heart for A-Heart” ) that support and fight for the kids of Malaysia who have life-threatening disease or congenital heart disease. I’m lucky to be in good health and enjoy sport every day, hence as a father of a young child giving the possibility to kids and their family to have a brighter future is so important to me.Counting on your strong support, please fundraise with me!  

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Malaysia

Cancer, Children, Hospice & Hospital, Medical & Health

86%

Raised So Far : MYR 8,627

Target : MYR 10,000

Campaign Ends : 11/18/2018

Hello to anyone that come across my fundraising pageThese mean a lot to me as every penny that I can earn from this fundraising, will help a lot to provide fund for my family and I, as my parents are in a difficult situation with our financing before the pandemic, and imagine during this pandemic, it's too much for us. My parents have so much to deal with the loan(car, house, bank, my student loan), I'm so helpless with these, as I'm also dealing with mental health along with my degreeMy other sibling are all still in high school, so my parents need to provide for them tooI really wish to have enough money to buy books for my course study, it's really demandingIf I reach my target of RM 15K, it will be enough for me to buy books, repair my overworked laptop, course fees, my family loans, my parents health support, my siblings education supportsPlease anybody that understand me, and can help me, even not so much, I'll still appreciate every of your kindness. Thank you so much.  

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Malaysia

Education, Emotional Support, Medical & Health, Welfare

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 15,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2020

After 3 years living on Bali I met my Javanese husband Herwin Adi Rosseno and moved to Jogjakarta. We started a small villa resort in 2015 in a very quiet, peaceful (kampung) village in Sewon, South Jogjakarta. Next to my job as a hostess at villa Rosseno, I started to help the cats. Many many cats are walking around with no families who take care of them. None of the cats were castrated or vaccinated against scabies. So everywhere we brought food and water and our vet came once in a week to vaccinate as many cats as we could. Around 50 cats we castrated and vaccinated. Some cats stayed with us, refusing to leave our resort and took us as their staff. Also many cats died because they were already too sick but at least they died not alone and with hunger but with our love. Also we brought the most poorest people rice and vegetables. So far so good.Unfortunately 4 months ago the virus outbreak reached also this city. The people in Jogjakarta lives mainly from the tourist industry. Every family has somebody working in the catering industry. If it is a small restaurant, or laundry service, or a batik shop or whatever. There is nothing to sell or to do here anymore, same situation like many other countries. There is no financial safety net for the people in our kampung. We try to help as much as we can but at this moment too many people are starving or getting sick. There is no virus here in Jogjakarta but they are getting sick because of malnutrition. A visit to a doctor they can not afford. Vitamins they can not afford. If they have a pet, they can not bring food to them because there is nothing to give. The people who had a job are fired because of the virus so they can not support there families. After I heard a terrible story, what is happening on other islands, about people who are so desperate to find food, I couldn't sleep anymore. I will not shock you too much with this stories in detail (its about dogs) but I really don't want that will happen here as well. That's why we reach out to you. Maybe you can help us with a (small) donation to bring food to the people in this village and the cats. Its too much to handle for us alone because so many people are jobless. I will explain our plans. I expect this crisis will last a couple of months more, maybe until the end of the year.For the people I want to bring every week a basket with the most important local food. 1 basket consist of: 2 x tempe, half kg sugar, 5 x indomie, tea, tomato, 3 kg rice, a can of sardine, 2 kg eggs, 1 ltr oil, 2 x soap, 3 kg gas. 1 small toothpaste, 1 small shampoo. Depending the gifts we receive, we hope to bring this basket twice a week or add more vegetables, fruit, unions, garlic and sambal. The price of this basket is 200.000 rupiah (around 12 euro). We have around 20 families extra (9 families I handle myself) who have zero income now.That's 240 euro per week. Around 5000 euro until the end of the year. For the cats: Scabies vaccination + vitamins is 185.000 rupiah (11 euro) male castration 250.000 rupiah (15,25 euro) and female 350.000 (21,50)Food for the cats at the market: There are a lot of cats at the market because the change they find food there is bigger. Only not now anymore. Nobody can bring some food at this moment. We will go there ones a day with cat food. 2 kg crackers is 30.000 rupiah/7 days a week 210.000 rupiah (12,80)The cats in our kampung I bring myself everyday food and water. I hope you can help us with these families and the cats. Of course you can tell us where we must bring your donation: to people or cats.Every euro will help them. Even small donations can bring many donations to a basket food or a castration. I will inform you with pictures every week and tell you how everything is going. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact me.If you can not donate please share this message, you will help us also.Thanks in advance Herwin & Meggieemail: meggiecantik@gmail.comapp: +6282225457577  

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Indonesia

Animals, Children, Elderly, Health, Poverty

8%

Raised So Far : IDR 9,554,001

Target : IDR 115,000,000

Campaign Ends : 1/1/2021

As you know that heart attack is the death of part of the heart muscle caused by lack of blood flow to the heart .A heart attack can result in disability or death.This is FARHAN ANTHONY and I am going to point out about a serious patient ( RANI GILL) who is in very serious condition after heart attack.She has heart attack on 28 May 2020. she belongs to Pakistan but now in Thailand with her whole family since 6 years .she is 50 years old and has 2 children's. They are refugee here.Their Visa expired therefore they all are in under the immigration detection center kanchanaburi Thailand.        Alas!                 Her husband passed away due to some dangerous disease in this Immigration Detention Center.She needs our help.And my aim of fundraising for their bail and after that her treatment.With your little help they will be able to come out from jail and then start treatment of RANI GILL as soon as possible.I humbly request to all of you please donate your precious donation for their bail and Rani Gill's treatment.your little help can save her life.  

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Thailand

Children, Emotional Support, Human Rights, Social Welfare

Raised So Far : THB 0

Target : THB 500,000

Campaign Ends : 6/1/2020

We are working together with Mr.Subramaniam to raise RM 9,000.00 to purchase a power/motorised wheelchair.The wheelchair model that he looking to get is the Foldawheel PW-999UL, manufactured by the company Wheelchair88 Sdn Bhd. The Foldawheel PW-999UL is a fully motorised wheelchair, powered by lithium ion battery pack. It is also the lightest power wheelchair in the market. For more information on the wheelchair and the company, you can visit www.wheelchair88.com.my or drop by the showroom at 67, Jalan Mahogani 5, Bandar Botanic 41200, Klang or at E-01-05, Sunway Geo Avenue 2, Jalan Lagoon Selatan, Sunway South Quay, Bandar Sunway 47500 Subang Jaya. Wheelchair88 Sdn Bhd provides high quality state of the art mobility solutions, ranging from power wheelchairs to standing wheelchairs and rehab equipments.  

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Malaysia

Disability, Welfare

1%

Raised So Far : MYR 100

Target : MYR 9,000

Campaign Ends : 8/9/2020

hi im nissa, i’ve lived in Muscat for about 2 years and things are not great everywhere including Oman in this pandemic. I lost my source of income and had to leave Muscat in few weeks. I have 2 beautiful cats which i cant take back with me due to financial restrictions. The cost to bring back my cat about rm10000 for 2 cats including documentation. I tried finding a suitable foster home for 2 of the without being separated but failed. I love them unconditionally. Your help means a lot to me.  

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Malaysia

Animals

23%

Raised So Far : MYR 2,335

Target : MYR 10,000

Campaign Ends : 7/20/2020

Assaalamualaikum dan Salam SejahteraSaya Hamidah , seorang content creator di YouTube milik saya yang banyak mengulas issue - issue semasa dan juga membuat pengisian berkenaan dengan pandangan orang awam tentang issue yang berlaku Malaysia secara am. Namun tindakkan saya memuat naik satu video berkenaan dengan seorang pendakwah iaitu Abu Syafiq telah menyebabkan saya beliau menfailkan saman terhadap saya dengan tuduhan telah menfitnah dan menjatuhkan reputasi beliau. Apabila di saman saya tidak punya pilihan selain dari membela diri saya di mahkamah . Seperti mana yang semua sedia maklum kos untuk melantik firma guaman adalah tinggi dan sebagai seorang Kaunselor saya tidak mampu untuk menanggung kos guaman tersebut.Dalam pada ketika saya sibuk menguruskan kes ikut prosedur dan melantik peguam , Beliau telah membuat posting di instagram milik beliau meminta saya dilaporkan ke pihak polis seolah -olah saya penjenayah yang berbahaya dan hal ini sangat memalukan saya.Namun ini bukan kesudahannya , Akibat dari posting beliau , gambar saya mulai tersebar di Malaysia kini dan beberapa page yang lain. Rakyat Malaysia tidak mengenali saya , saya hanya orang awam dan bukan selebriti namun sekarang beliau sendiri yang memperkenalkan saya kepada umum. Tindakkan beliau telah menyebabkan kerosakkan pada nama baik saya dan memberi impak pada kerjaya saya.Saya mengesa rakyat Malaysia yang perihatin untuk menghulurkan sedikit sumbangan pada saya untuk meringankan bebanan kewangan saya dan sebagai tanda sokongan anda semua untuk saya membela diri di MahkamahBantu saya .Terima kasih .  

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Malaysia

Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid

2%

Raised So Far : MYR 1,127

Target : MYR 40,000

Campaign Ends : 8/25/2020

I am working in Singapore for a couple of years, my daughter has been diagnosed with a rare Genetic disorder (TBCK Syndrome) which is if untreated then it could cause disabilities and might create more complications such and swallowing difficulties, Hip Dislocate and breathing problems, etc. So, the doctor has recommended Physiotherapy every day, but we could only get her done every alternate day which costs 160$ per hour (1 Hour Session of 13 sessions in a month cost 2100$ Approx.) I have been getting it done this year so far but falling short to complete for the rest of the year. I do not earn that much where I can afford the expenses of her Physio monthly, so I would like to seek help from kind-hearted people who are willing to donate.  

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Singapore

Children, Disability, Health, Hospice & Hospital, Medical & Health

Raised So Far : SGD 0

Target : SGD 12,000

Campaign Ends : 1/17/2021

Social Enterprises ( 81 Results )

Sam Veasna Conservation Tours (SVC) runs birding and wildlife viewing trips with unique access to Wildlife Conservation Society sites across Cambodia. Our mission is to sustain Cambodia’s wildlife and communities through ecotourism.SVC’s original mission was broad: to promote wildlife conservation awareness and education in Northern Cambodia. As SVC has grown, it has become involved in education and capacity building, working in remote protected areas. Today the main objective of SVC is to provide local communities with a sustainable livelihood from international tourists who visit these sites for birding and wildlife watching. This award-winning approach was pioneered in Northern Cambodia at Tmatboey and has since been expanded to eight communities across Northern and Eastern Cambodia.Cambodia is home to 7 Critically Endangered, 28 Globally Threatened and 2 Endemic bird species. SVC work with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and local communities to protect these species. These endangered species attract birders and wildlife enthusiasts from around the globe. Since SVC’s inception, to date, we have guided 6,500+ tours and 10,000+ tourists to discover the amazing diverse range of species that Cambodia has to offer. Every visitor to the nine communities we work with pay a ‘Conservation Contribution’. This fee goes towards projects that build infrastructure for some of the poorest communities in Cambodia. Since 2015, visitors to SVC have contributed over $500,000 to local communities. During the off-season, SVC teach communities skills needed to maintain high tourism standards- cooking hygiene, housekeeping training and local guide training. This provides supplementary income for individuals and helps to show the value of tourism and how important it is to protect their unique birdlife.  

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Animals, Indigenous

APE Malaysia (Animal Projects & Environmental Education) is a social enterprise that runs conservation based projects focusing on wildlife welfare and habitat restoration. The project sites are located in Sabah Malaysia Borneo and people from all around the world can join and contribute to the projects to help in our conservation efforts. The habitat reforestation project aims to build wildlife corridors by reconnecting fragmented forest and preserve wildlife habitat that was disturbed by logging activities long time ago, while the wildlife welfare project supports the rehabilitation process of the the endangered Bornean Sun bears. APE Malaysia conservation projects support local communities in the the village of Sukau Lower Kinabatangan by providing them with an income and job opportunities.  

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Animals, Environment

WormingUp is an accredited social enterprise based in Sarawak (Malaysia), founded in 2015, focus on using insect farming (black soldier fly) as a means for organic waste disposal to avoid landfilling. We aim to create a circular economy within the food supply chain where food wastes contributes directly to the production of wholly organic foods ensuring the sustainability of our food source whilst ensuring the environment is looked after in the process.  

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Education, Environment, Indigenous, Youth

Istika Jaya is a community-based education centre, providing early education for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children from pre-school up to primary school for the transit programme. We have been operating for the past 5 years, and need funding to cover the meals and fees for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children whose family is from the poor background. We will also be upgrading by renovation and purchasing items to replace the old ones. Our centre is the only centre that accommodate Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children in Malaysia. The centre is established and conducted by Deaf teachers who are skillful and are using the native language of the community for teaching and learning. For Deaf children, as early as 0-4 years old is the most critical period for them to learn language especially Malaysian Sign Language (BIM), and to prepare those who are 5-6 years old before they enter school. The inability to master language will hinder their progress to excel academically. Besides learning skills, we also guide the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing children on their social and communication skills.  As government funding is getting limited, we have to source our own funds to provide education to the children. Thus, Istika Jaya will play a pivotal role in preparing the children in their education and potentially their career in the future.  

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Children, Disability, Education

Herculean Climate Solutions are searching for ways to stop the climate crisis. We are determined to find a thousand ways to do a million tonnes of carbon dioxide abatement per year, but we need your help to get off the ground. We know that renewable energies and tree-planting will not be able to fix this problem by themselves. We believe our best chance is for carbon emissions of all kinds to stop as soon as possible and for carbon dioxide be drawn out of the atmosphere. Our hope is that this will help keep global temperatures below critical levels. At HCS, we are no strangers to innovating. Our founders, Steve Willis and Jerry Joynson, have worked in technical and innovative environments within large industrial organisations for more than 60 years collectively. We have a passion for finding solutions to big problems, constantly evolving and creating new ideas and applying existing technologies where they are needed most. Our mission is to find and implement solutions tailored to the needs of different companies and industries. We will be doing what nobody else has attempted at this scale: finding solutions for the biggest problem society has faced yet and carrying them out on an industrial scale. Our vision is of a carbon-negative world, where industries will be dealing with their carbon emissions at the source and rejuvenation programmes have helped rebuild ecosystems both above and below the water. Please visit us at www.hcs1000.org to find out more about our mission and other ways to help. As a Social Enterprise, HCS is in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with particular emphasis on Goal 13: Climate Action. HCS believes that without addressing the climate crisis there will be no future for future generations.  

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Environment

We have been in rural community development capacity building and values based solar energy enterprise for 27 years working primarily with rural smallholders and women led rural smallholder households and medium scale agribusinesses (mainly rural) providing training, capacity building and supplying quality solar pumps for agriculture, which mostly for the rural smalloholders and women led families are a source of reducing physical labour, child labour, increasing yield as well as providing lights in the home so that children can study. We are also engaged currently by IFAD of the UN to manage a rollout grant targeting smart climate and scaling up of renewable energy technologies in Cambodia. Our focus with the funding is to help the most vulnerable smallholders to change to the solar pumps because they want the solar pumps but the local microfinance interest rates are too high and this is stopping the rural smallholders from adopting clean energy and it is also keeping their costs high because of using diesel/fuel powered machines and also the time spent on physical labour is too much and the labour is too much; we partner with the rural smallholders to mitigate the effects of climate change through adoption of solar, increase their access to markets for stable prices through our value chain links and increase living incomes for social empowerment , sustainability and a better of quality of life with the very necessary environmental sustainability. Our motto is a green environment  

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Environment

Dreamr is a social enterprise focused on youth education With technology advancing quickly, an increasing number of jobs that do not require creativity are being taken over by software and machines Creativity development is becoming increasingly important for our future generations to be able to add value in the workforce Art and creativity is best developed and harnessed at a young age Dreamr’s mission is to support children’s education though sales or products inspired by their creativity Dream’s vision is to provide equal education opportunities to children worldwide, developing the leaders of tomorrow  

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Animals, Children, Social Welfare, Welfare, Youth

Founded in 2016, by SHARIFAH Shakirah, Rohyngia Women Development Network (RWDN) is the first and only Rohingya women’s group in Malaysia.Described as the most persecuted minorities in the world, the Rohingya are a group of stateless Muslim people with their own language. As of end of June 2019, UNHCR reports that Rohingya's make up  95,110 out of the 175, 760 refugees and asylum seekers registered in Malaysia.RWDN is a safe space for the women and children to gather and develop themselves through literacy and income- generating activities. Since RWDN was founded in 2016, we have seen tremendous improvement in their communication, social, parental and leadership skills. Through the sale of the the products developed through the income-generating projects, each women earn an income of RM350- 600 each month and are able to contribute to their household income, as well as support some of their family members who are seeking refuge in refugee camps in Cox Bazaar District, Bangladesh. RWDN hopes to continue empower Rohingya women to eradicate issues such as child marriage, gender-based violence, lack of access to education and gender inequality. On behalf of the RWDN women and volunteers, we thank you for taking the time to understand us and donate to our cause. We hope you will continue to follow our progress and stand in solidarity with the Rohingyas.   

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Children, Education, Human Rights, Refugees, Women

Design for Change Malaysia is powered by Impact Hub KL as a programme under its Empowered Learners Pillar. DFC Malaysia is also affiliated with the global DFC movement - one of the largest movements empowering children to drive change in their own communities using the simple design-thinking framework of Feel Imagine Do Share (FIDS).Design for Change Malaysia is building a movement of superheroes and eduheroes in Malaysia who have the “I Can”/”Saya Boleh” spirit to create change where they live. Launched on World Children’s Day, 20 November 2016, the programme to date has empowered 250 students and 50 teachers in 20 schools around Malaysia, and hopes to “infect” 2 million children and 100,000 teachers in Malaysia with the “I CAN!” bug!For more info:  https://dfcworld.com/Home/home?cname=Malaysia  or  https://www.facebook.com/DesignForChangeMY/  

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Children, Education, Youth

Gender inequalities are still deep-rooted in every society. Women suffer from lack of access to decent work and face occupational segregation and gender wage gaps. SINAR focuses on improving the lives of poor and unemployed women and girls in Indonesia by implementing efforts to boost the incomes, alleviate the suffering and build the resilience of those individuals still living in extreme poverty.As the world population continues to grow, much more effort and innovation will be urgently needed to sustainably increase agricultural production, improve the global supply chain, decrease food losses and waste, and ensure that all who are suffering from hunger and malnutrition have access to nutritious food.With an Inclusive Business Model in mind Sinar aims to buy local agricultural harvest products, dry the harvested products by using hygienic and efficient drying. The use of solar dryer dome for drying the harvested products is an innovative approach to increase productivity and efficiency. It’s designed to help farmers and low-income communities to dry harvested goods and create a sustainable livelihood.  By using the Solar Dryer Dome for drying the agricultural products this will reduce the drying days, increase productivity with minimal wastage, minimise running cost and producing hygienic and quality products. SINAR’s Mission is to integrate small local farmers and growers into a high value-adding supply chain and provide work for unemployed and low-income women and girls.    

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Women

BANTU2 (Bantu - Bantu) is a social enterprise that partner with UNHCR to reach out to the marginalized community in Malaysia through employment creation. We are currently providing home cleaning services to households in Cyberjaya, Bukit Bintang and KLCC. Our tagline is: Clean With A Cause  

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Poverty, Refugees

We are Alien & Turtle and are here to ask for your help with our social initiative program kino kino - community for cinema, philosophy and inclusion.Alien & Turtle is a Singapore-based creative media production house and social enterprise (we are a member of raiSE) with award-winning projects, working across the 3 pillars of media production, education, and arts. (www.alienxturtle.com)We use the power of stories to bridge gaps between the general public and marginalised communities.kino kino is our social arm and education/social capacity program, linking education and creative media for social empowerment, promoting inclusion, learning, and idea exchange.<> Fast Facts - Your Espresso Fix Summary:kino kino is our in-house social arm - a new program with regular free events for the public in collaboration with social impact focus groups / charities, NGOs, NPOs.We use the power of stories in film to discuss perspectives on everyday issues, and aim to break down boundaries between marginalised communities and the general public.The main take-away for our participants is a deeper understanding and ability to engage in empathic communication and reflect on their own perspective in the context of wider society.We need help from individuals and corporate sponsors. All sponsors will be part of our Thank-You-reel before each kino kino session. Be our "kin" (kino kino supporter)!<>  How You Can Support Us1) Become a donor and be a credited supporter in a special kino kino trailer before every event!2) Become a fundraiser and help us spread the word and secure our program for the next year!3) CSR packages: If you're a business or corporation, come on board as a corporate donor and let us help you with social impact - contact us for more at hello@alienxturtle.com <> Some more DetailsOur kino kino event sessions each have a unique theme that connects the movie we screen and our discussion. We promote inclusion and idea exchange for everyone and provide an accessible get-together alongside concepts to discuss everyday issues through philosophy and film narration, bridging our different experiences and perspectives through a shared movie and conversation. kino kino provides a safe space for a relaxed hangout as well as learning tools for critical thinking and empathic communication.Over the course of 2019, we have been focusing on a range of communities and social impact sectors, working closely with NGOS, NPOs and charities.We are endorsed by LearnSG, Accessible Arts Hub, the Disabled People's Association, raiSE SG and many other amazing project partners.Welcome to the kino kino community!Facebook @kinokinocommunity | @alienxturtle  

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Fundraisers ( 11,328 Results )

Fundraising for:
IMAM Response & Relief Team

FV for Covid19 Support fundAs we self-isolate with the rest of world, it didn't feel right that we just do that when our healthcare system needs our support. More cases are rising and this is our chance to help get our hospitals as ready as possible to combat COVID19 and save lives. We hope you will help us with this cause and donate any amount to help others around us. We are stronger together! Funds raised here will be used to:1. Mobilize volunteers to assist at health facilities. 2. Assist hospitalised/quarantined friends and frontliners. 3. Provide medical and general supplies to hospitals _________IMARET (IMAM Response & Relief Team) is a team powered by Islamic Medical Association of Malaysia (IMAM) that provides humanitarian aid reliefs in response to any natural or man made disasters as well as outreach programs to marginalized communities in non- disastrous regions, locally and internationally.Check out their efforts at: Web: http://bit.ly/IMARETCovidFB: https://www.facebook.com/imamresponseandrelief/IG: imaret_myPersatuan Perubatan Islam MalaysiaCIMB: 8600 703 709Reference: Covid19  

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110%

Raised So Far : MYR 1,102,430

Target : MYR 1,000,000


Fundraising for:
Yayasan Chow Kit, "Every Child Matters"

Abdi is a 2 year old Somalian boy who is in need of a liver transplant and needs urgent attention. He also has another younger sister who is 1 month old, and his parents are in need of support for his surgery. I first met Abdi through his dad, as he was looking to be a chef with PichaEats to support his family. Abdi's mother is currently looking after him and his sister at home.Currently, he is only depending on monthly medication and his condition restricts him from breathing normally. The doctor only gives Abdi months to live without the transplant. This surgery will save his life and give him a second chance to grow up.Dr Hartini Zainudin and Syed Azmi are also currently working on this case right now and we would appreciate all the help and support we can get.  

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83%

Raised So Far : MYR 125,741

Target : MYR 150,000


Fundraising for:
Yayasan Chow Kit, "Every Child Matters"

We are raising funds again for Yayasan Chow Kit. Tini, our favourite warrior, works tirelessly to protect all children. And we want to be able to support that. We hope that this will be our new family tradition. We will be supporting YCK's Baby Health Fund this year. YCK offers support to families who need help to take care of their infants as well. Many of YCK's clients are from the marginalized and low-income community in Kuala Lumpur hence they might not have access to the best pre-natal care during pregnancy. More often than not, they only realized that their infant needs immediate medical care after they are born. When such cases are referred to us, YCK's only option is to reach out to generous donor for additional support as it is challenging for them to gather such huge amount of money in a short period of time. The stress and desperation to the parents who do not have the means to pay for their babies'care are unimaginable. Some are refused treatment when funds are unavailable. Some take their babies out of the hospital prematurely for fear that they cannot pay the fees. YCK's motto is "Every Child Matter", and we will fight to help every case that is brought to their attention. Your support will give them the opportunity to grow up and thrive. Naya is also taking part in #MYGiving. We will raise funds and raise awareness for YCK. #EveryChildMatters!  

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90%

Raised So Far : MYR 1,810

Target : MYR 2,000


Fundraising for:
World Vision Philippines

In 2018, Victor Consunji and Enrico Menichetti ran the extra mile for the benefit of children in need by joining the 2018 Marathon Des Sables in Morocco. Coined 'the toughest foot race on earth', the race pushed them to the limits. But through the support of their friends and family, Victor and Enrico were able to finish the race strong, and raise enough funds to provide water facilities, school supplies, and proper nutrition to children in Bohol, Malabon, and Batangas.Inspired by their previous success and armed with the motivation to help more children, Victor and Enrico are joining the 2019 Fire + Ice Ultra Marathon in support of World Vision's 1000 Girls Campaign to empower girls to achieve their dreams through education.Dubbed as Iceland’s Toughest Multi-Terrain Foot Race, the trail run includes 250 km of lava fields, volcanic ash, sand dunes and boiling mud pools.As Victor and Enrico get closer to the finish line, children will also get a step closer to reaching their dreams.The impact of your donation:   PHP 1000 (USD 20) guarantees that two children will have new learning kits for the school year PHP 3000 (USD 60) ensures that children have access to clean water, and good hygiene and sanitation facilities within their school PHP 5000 (USD 100) will contribute to making sure that classrooms are fully functional and have adequate facilities to promote positive learning experience to children PHP 9000 (USD 180) will already sponsor a girl for one year, providing her and her community with life-changing basics like education, health and nutrition, livelihood, disaster risk reduction capabilities, child protection initiatives, and spiritual nurture programs Race details: Distance: 250+ kms (156+ miles); Terrain: Flat, Mountains, Hills; Weather: Cold, wet, Duration: 6 Days Technical rating: 10About 1000 Girls Campaign1000 Girls is a global movement of World Vision that aims to address gender discrimination, and empower girls living in areas affected by poverty to live life to the fullest through the child sponsorship program. The campaign hopes to have 1000 Filipina girls sponsored by October 11 – the International Day of the Girl Child.Learn more about the campaign:  https://www.worldvision.org.ph/sponsor-a-girl/  

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29%

Raised So Far : PHP 147,523

Target : PHP 500,000


Fundraising for:
ImpactHK

Horizon creates unique content that blends music with the visual arts, and showcases beautiful locations.   

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Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 5,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Donsol is a third class municipality in the province of Sorsogon, with a population of 49,711 according to the 2015 Census. Local and international tourists know of Donsol because of the whale shark interactions, a common sight during the months of March and April. The presence of the Whale Shark, locally known as the Butanding, has contributed to the improvement of Donsol’s local economy, improving the livelihoods of many people.The Butanding Interaction Officers, popularly known as the BIO, are the frontliners of Donsol’s whale shark tourism, acting as both tour guides and life guards. They ensure order and safety, making the interactions enjoyable for everyone, even for those who lack swimming skills. As long as the whale sharks regularly visit the waters of Donsol, the BIO will continue to work to provide services for tourism and to help in the protection of the environment.The global COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm, and its effects have been felt by the entire Philippines, including Donsol. What was once considered as thriving months for tourism have now been turned into periods of quarantine, which has affected not only the whale shark tourism operations but the entire economy of the Donsol community. Currently, there are around 40-50 BIOs in Donsol, and their livelihoods have been severely affected by this pandemic. Because of the lack of tourism income, they have been struggling to feed their families and to provide for their daily basic needs. Our goal is to help not just the families of our BIOs, but also a total of 200 families in Donsol by providing them with food assistance. And for our BIOs, in order for them to rise above this crisis once the whale shark tourism operations resume, we would be assisting them in the form of new equipment: swimming masks, snorkels, fins, and rashguards. With your help, we can provide these materials needed by our BIO so they can recover and rebuild their livelihoods after the crisis and continue providing quality service to support the economy of the Donsol community.Let’s protect the protectors of our whale sharks. Together, let’s support our BIOs, and the community of Donsol, as they continue to #ChangeTheEnding for our endangered butandings and their natural habitat!  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 20,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Donsol is a third class municipality in the province of Sorsogon, with a population of 49,711 according to the 2015 Census. Local and international tourists know of Donsol because of the whale shark interactions, a common sight during the months of March and April. The presence of the Whale Shark, locally known as the Butanding, has contributed to the improvement of Donsol’s local economy, improving the livelihoods of many people.The Butanding Interaction Officers, popularly known as the BIO, are the frontliners of Donsol’s whale shark tourism, acting as both tour guides and life guards. They ensure order and safety, making the interactions enjoyable for everyone, even for those who lack swimming skills. As long as the whale sharks regularly visit the waters of Donsol, the BIO will continue to work to provide services for tourism and to help in the protection of the environment.The global COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm, and its effects have been felt by the entire Philippines, including Donsol. What was once considered as thriving months for tourism have now been turned into periods of quarantine, which has affected not only the whale shark tourism operations but the entire economy of the Donsol community. Currently, there are around 40-50 BIOs in Donsol, and their livelihoods have been severely affected by this pandemic. Because of the lack of tourism income, they have been struggling to feed their families and to provide for their daily basic needs. Our goal is to help not just the families of our BIOs, but also a total of 200 families in Donsol by providing them with food assistance. And for our BIOs, in order for them to rise above this crisis once the whale shark tourism operations resume, we would be assisting them in the form of new equipment: swimming masks, snorkels, fins, and rashguards. With your help, we can provide these materials needed by our BIO so they can recover and rebuild their livelihoods after the crisis and continue providing quality service to support the economy of the Donsol community.Let’s protect the protectors of our whale sharks. Together, let’s support our BIOs, and the community of Donsol, as they continue to #ChangeTheEnding for our endangered butandings and their natural habitat!  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 20,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Donsol is a third class municipality in the province of Sorsogon, with a population of 49,711 according to the 2015 Census. Local and international tourists know of Donsol because of the whale shark interactions, a common sight during the months of March and April. The presence of the Whale Shark, locally known as the Butanding, has contributed to the improvement of Donsol’s local economy, improving the livelihoods of many people.The Butanding Interaction Officers, popularly known as the BIO, are the frontliners of Donsol’s whale shark tourism, acting as both tour guides and life guards. They ensure order and safety, making the interactions enjoyable for everyone, even for those who lack swimming skills. As long as the whale sharks regularly visit the waters of Donsol, the BIO will continue to work to provide services for tourism and to help in the protection of the environment.The global COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm, and its effects have been felt by the entire Philippines, including Donsol. What was once considered as thriving months for tourism have now been turned into periods of quarantine, which has affected not only the whale shark tourism operations but the entire economy of the Donsol community. Currently, there are around 40-50 BIOs in Donsol, and their livelihoods have been severely affected by this pandemic. Because of the lack of tourism income, they have been struggling to feed their families and to provide for their daily basic needs. Our goal is to help not just the families of our BIOs, but also a total of 200 families in Donsol by providing them with food assistance. And for our BIOs, in order for them to rise above this crisis once the whale shark tourism operations resume, we would be assisting them in the form of new equipment: swimming masks, snorkels, fins, and rashguards. With your help, we can provide these materials needed by our BIO so they can recover and rebuild their livelihoods after the crisis and continue providing quality service to support the economy of the Donsol community.Let’s protect the protectors of our whale sharks. Together, let’s support our BIOs, and the community of Donsol, as they continue to #ChangeTheEnding for our endangered butandings and their natural habitat!  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 10,000


Fundraising for:
WWF-Philippines

Donsol is a third class municipality in the province of Sorsogon, with a population of 49,711 according to the 2015 Census. Local and international tourists know of Donsol because of the whale shark interactions, a common sight during the months of March and April. The presence of the Whale Shark, locally known as the Butanding, has contributed to the improvement of Donsol’s local economy, improving the livelihoods of many people.The Butanding Interaction Officers, popularly known as the BIO, are the frontliners of Donsol’s whale shark tourism, acting as both tour guides and life guards. They ensure order and safety, making the interactions enjoyable for everyone, even for those who lack swimming skills. As long as the whale sharks regularly visit the waters of Donsol, the BIO will continue to work to provide services for tourism and to help in the protection of the environment.The global COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world by storm, and its effects have been felt by the entire Philippines, including Donsol. What was once considered as thriving months for tourism have now been turned into periods of quarantine, which has affected not only the whale shark tourism operations but the entire economy of the Donsol community. Currently, there are around 40-50 BIOs in Donsol, and their livelihoods have been severely affected by this pandemic. Because of the lack of tourism income, they have been struggling to feed their families and to provide for their daily basic needs. Our goal is to help not just the families of our BIOs, but also a total of 200 families in Donsol by providing them with food assistance. And for our BIOs, in order for them to rise above this crisis once the whale shark tourism operations resume, we would be assisting them in the form of new equipment: swimming masks, snorkels, fins, and rashguards. With your help, we can provide these materials needed by our BIO so they can recover and rebuild their livelihoods after the crisis and continue providing quality service to support the economy of the Donsol community.Let’s protect the protectors of our whale sharks. Together, let’s support our BIOs, and the community of Donsol, as they continue to #ChangeTheEnding for our endangered butandings and their natural habitat!  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 10,000


Fundraising for:
CWS

I completed this run in 2018, got a time of 3:43:30. Hoping to beat that time and raise more money! Please donate to help raise money for the Child Welfare Scheme :)  

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Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 250


Fundraising for:
cams aromin

Hi everyone! I am starting a fundraising project for my birthday! I need your full support and trust that this event will be successful and in the long run, the beneficiaries: young children and adults, poor elders in our community will receive 100% assistance to fund their needs and of course crisis in these difficult times.  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 50,000


Fundraising for:
cams aromin

PERSONAL FUNDRAISING PROJECTHello everyone! I'm Camille, a financial associate representative. My birthday is coming soon and  from the bottom of my heart, I am starting a personal fundraising for my 24th birthday! I need your full support and trust that this event will be a successful one.The people who will benefit this project will receive 100% assistance and guidance. The poor elders in our community who are abandoned by their family will be taken much attention. I believe that young children and adults need full attention to improve their literacy skills and not just that, but for them to truly appreciate the love for reading and learning. In these way, the value of being able to give and help will bring so much happiness, good result and of course effect in the long run  

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Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 50,000


Fundraising Events ( 882 Results )

Back in the 1950s, Malaysia was thought to have 3,000 wild tigers. Now less than 200 remain; primarily due to widespread poaching. This means that the Malayan tiger is on the brink of extinction. As an apex predator, Malayan tigers keep populations of prey species in check, which in turn maintains the balance in the forest ecosystem. We all need forests for fresh water, clean air and to regulate the climate to limit extreme weather patterns, such as droughts and floods. Saving tigers means saving forests – and ourselves. WWF-Malaysia urgently needs to fundraise RM10,000 for five MMS camera-traps, which cost RM2,000 each. These camera-traps help us to provide real-time information on poachers and encroachers by sending an MMS photo to our handphone, whenever any human (or animal) passes by the camera. The use of technology is a crucial part of our Malayan tiger conservation efforts, and the usage of these MMS camera-traps have resulted in a number of arrests over the years.Although we have taken important steps in the journey to save our Malayan tigers, more must be done. Without major, imminent intervention, Malaysia’s national icon could be extinct within two years. WWF-Malaysia is supporting the Malaysian Government to establish long- term, sustainable solutions to protect Malaysia’s tigers and secure a future for all the biodiversity in Belum-Temengor. It really is now or never. Please support our fundraisers: Ana, Baim, Miza, Murni,Azi, Dalila, Intan, Faizzul, Rohgini, and Shafiqah (pictured in the banner above) by donating to help WWF-Malaysia save our Malayan tigers today! Thank you so much for your meaningful and important support.Camera-trap photo © Shariff Mohamad/ WWF-MalaysiaBanner © Wan Nuranis/ WWF-Malaysia  

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Malaysia

Animals, Environment

101%

Raised So Far : MYR 10,164

Target : MYR 10,000

08/04/2020 - 31/05/2020

ACF CovidCARE  is ACF's response to assist families directly affected by the Corona Virus. ACF will deliver emergency food packages twice a month (including rice, noodles, oil, fish sauce, sugar, tinned fish, eggs, milk and water). One package costs THB600 (approx. GBP15/USD18).  Forty of the 144 families connected to ACF already have trouble providing basic meals to their families. Children attending our CLC pre-school center or who are supported by our Scholarship Program normally have a meal at school. That no longer happens. A number of parents have either lost their jobs, work less hours or already were in a very vulnerable financial position even before Covid struck us. Please consider to help us continue to care for our children at least with some food during this crisis by making small monthly or once-off donations - either will be equally valuable to us. THANK YOU! Roelien & Team.  

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Thailand

Children, Education, Emotional Support, Health, Poverty, Welfare, Youth

127%

Raised So Far : THB 127,388

Target : THB 100,000

05/04/2020 - 31/05/2020

While most of us are working from home or maintaining social distancing due to the Covid19 outbreak, our healthcare front liners are braving great risks to their health in battling against the deadly Covid-19 virus.These unsung heroes are sacrificing their time with their families and friends and the dedication to serve our fellow countrymen during this difficult time.As the number of cases rises, the supply of medical gears and protective equipment are rapidly depleting. The least we can do for them and our country is to contribute and continue to support them by supplying armours that will enable them to protect themselves whilst they are carrying out their daily duties.On top of the current Government support, the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) has partnered up with a response & relief team IMARET (http://www.imamalaysia.org/what-we-do/imaret/), a reliable and certified non-profit organisation (NGO) that conforms to MKN20 protocol to distribute the items to hospitals and ‘Klinik Kesihatan’ nationwide. No amount is small as your contribution will certainly help them to purchase the following items:200,000 units of PPE/ICU suits (sterile protective coverall)2 million units of 3-ply face masks100,000 units of face visors20,000 units of space suitsOther required medical equipmentFood & general suppliesYour support can make a big impact on them.Let's go digital and do something useful for the country and society!Let’s flatten the curve. #Kitajagakita #DigitalVsCovid How to Contribute:To Donate, click on the "Donate Now" button. If you would like to fundraise with MDEC, click on the "Start Fundraising" button to create your own individual or corporate pages to raise funds together with us on this campaign.For any assistance with the SimplyGiving page, please email hello@simplygiving.com.  

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Malaysia

Health, Medical & Health

25%

Raised So Far : MYR 12,909

Target : MYR 50,000

27/03/2020 - 30/04/2020

Every Lunar New Year is a mad rush for the freshest ingredients and groceries to prepare a good sumptuous meal to feed our families during the festive season. But for some families, this would be a financial chore as it means higher expenses for the New Year on limited finances.   Over 600 students and clients from Metta School and Metta Welfare Association collectively counts towards the Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) numbers where subsidies and groceries are provided to the clients and their families every month. More than half of them live in 3-room flats or smaller units with at least 3 to 4 dependents on a single household income. You can help Metta Welfare Association purchase household groceries for these low-income families so that they and their young ones can enjoy a good meal for the Lunar New Year because every family deserves a good New Year.  

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Singapore

Arts, Children, Disability, Education, Elderly, Hospice & Hospital, Medica...

4%

Raised So Far : SGD 200

Target : SGD 5,000

10/01/2020 - 08/02/2020

Thank you for visiting our page 😊 THE PLASTIC WE USE ONCE, DESTROYS THE OCEAN AND LIFE Did you know microplastics are nearly impossible to avoid, hiding in household dust, inside toys our kids use and seeping into shampoo, cosmetics or countless other products we use daily? What many people don’t realise is that it goes beyond just using plastic - we’re ingesting it too. Plastic is used to make thousands of single-use items, from grocery bags to forks and food packaging. Microplastics can also be found in almost everything we consume or use daily. With stomachs stuffed full of plastic, many animals have starved to death as it diminishes their urge to eat while stunting their growth and reproductive output. Say NO to single-use plastic! And be a VOICE for our planet. Greenpeace Malaysia is calling on corporations and governments to step up with a policy banning single-use plastic packaging. Join the movement TODAY. Click Here > http://bit.ly/Greenpeace_Malaysia HOW CAN YOU HELP?Support us financially by clicking on the "Donate" button or you can also click on the "Fundraise For us" button to help fundraise on our behalf.Follow the 3 simple steps given below, to create a fundraising page for yourself which can be shared with anyone you want. In this way, you would be able to multiply your support to Greenpeace Malaysia, by connecting more like-minded people to the mission. 1.     Choose either to Donate or to Fundraise for us at the top left of the page. 2.     If you choose Fundraise For us, just create your fundraising profile and you may put in some images and say a few words. 3.     Share your fundraising page across your social media or other platforms to get support from friends and family.MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY Greenpeace wants Malaysia and other member states of ASEAN to declare an immediate ban on all imports of plastic waste, and establish a regional policy to massively reduce the production of single-use plastic packaging, and facilitate innovation on reusable packaging.We need people like you to help be the voice behind Greenpeace to help us raise funds or make a donation for us to take immediate action.Greenpeace does not accept money from governments, corporations or political parties. Individual contributions, together with grants from foundations, are the only source of our funding. This is why we need your help, your donation and fundraising can help to investigate, campaign, document and lobby for a sustainable balance between humans and the environment. All changes start with you. Fundraise for Greenpeace or Donate today for a sustainable future.    

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Malaysia

Environment

1%

Raised So Far : MYR 235

Target : MYR 15,000

03/12/2019 - 31/01/2020

Donate to Mercy Malaysia's Yasmin Ahmad Fund for Children during MYGiving week (3-8 Dec) to win 2 return tickets from KL to Phuket, courtesy of AirAsia!(Minimum donation of RM30 to qualify for the draw. We will announce the winner on 10th Dec.)*Terms and conditions apply* What is the Yasmin Ahmad Fund?The Yasmin Ahmad Fund for Children was established in 2009 following the untimely demise of the legendary film director and producer Yasmin Ahmad. During her lifetime, Yasmin loved children and found comfort in their simplicity and honesty. The fund was initiated by her close relatives and relatives who wanted to maintain her legacy of inspiration, hope and creativity. 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of Yasmin’s passing, with various activities such as movie screenings, Japanese fan event and book sales being held in Malaysia and Japan recently to commemorate her work. The fund is MERCY Malaysia’s only fund dedicated to children.What does the Fund support?As children do not have a voice, the fund helps mobilise resources to keep them safe and nurtured in an increasingly complex world. The fund supports MERCY Malaysia’s children-related programmes in Malaysia and the region, such as build schools, raise health and oral awareness, and more.Who has benefited from the Fund?In the last 10 years, hundreds of children in crisis and non-crisis areas have benefitted from the fund directly or indirectly. Some examples are are providing stationery and furniture for a school in Cambodia, bringing dental health awareness and treatment to Orang Asli children, and building Child-Friendly Spaces (CFS) in disaster and conflict areas such as Bangladesh, Myanmar, Lombok and Palu.  

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Malaysia

Disaster Relief, Emotional Support, Humanitarian Aid, Medical & Health

17%

Raised So Far : MYR 1,726

Target : MYR 10,000

29/11/2019 - 08/12/2019

What will you give on GivingWeek Singapore 2019? GivingWeek is part of #GivingTuesday, a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. This year it is celebrated on Tuesday 3rd December. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past seven years, this idea has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. When so much attention is given to what makes us different, generosity is what brings people of all races, faiths, and political views together. Generosity is our individual power to make a positive change in the lives of others and is a fundamental value we can all act on. BE PART OF GIVINGWEEK AND GIVINGTUESDAY TODAY! HOW TO PARTICIPATE Click on the green “DONATE NOW”Select the charity you wish to donate to from the dropdown menu.Once you have donated, help us spread kindness! Write down on a piece of paper who you donated to and why you support this cause. Take a photo and post it on your social media. Hashtag #GivingWeekSG, #GivingTuesday, #UNselfie and #SimplyGiving.  GivingWeek and GivingTuesday strives to build a world in which the catalytic power of generosity is at the heart of the society we build together, unlocking dignity, opportunity, and equity around the globe.  

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Singapore

All, Animals, Arts, Cancer, Children, Chronic Illness, Civil Rights, Disab...

Raised So Far : SGD 100

Target : SGD 20,000

25/11/2019 - 07/12/2019

What will you give on GivingTuesday 2019? GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. This year it is celebrated on Tuesday 3rd December. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past seven years, this idea has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. When so much attention is given to what makes us different, generosity is what brings people of all races, faiths, and political views together. Generosity is our individual power to make a positive change in the lives of others and is a fundamental value we can all act on. BE PART OF GIVINGTUESDAY TODAY! HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN GIVINGTUESDAY Click on the green “DONATE NOW”Select the charity you wish to donate to from the dropdown menu.Once you have donated, help us spread kindness! Write down on a piece of paper who you donated to and why you support this cause. Take a photo and post it on your social media. Hashtag #GivingTuesday, #UNselfie and #SimplyGiving. GivingTuesday strives to build a world in which the catalytic power of generosity is at the heart of the society we build together, unlocking dignity, opportunity, and equity around the globe.  

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Hong Kong

All, Abuse, Animals, Arts, Cancer, Children, Chronic Illness, Civil Rights...

Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 100,000

25/11/2019 - 06/12/2019

Hi everyone,My name is Karen Lee and I am a RYT200 Yoga Teacher.My passion is in Yoga and I have always been interested in children causes and I thought one day, “why not combine both?”. In conjunction with Malaysia’s first ever giving celebration, MYGiving (www.mygiving.asia), I am hosting a Charity Yoga Flow where 100% of proceeds and donations will go to Malaysia Lotus Charity Care Centre Association.Just to give you a bit of background, Malaysia Lotus Charity Care Centre Association is multi-ethics home based in Semenyih, Selangor. The home currently shelters 26 abandoned children (their oldest is currently 16 years old) and 12 elderly. The elderly are mostly abandoned at hospitals by their family members and brought into the homes, hence most of them are not able to care for themselves. Malaysia Lotus Charity Care Centre Association has been operating for 14 years and they support these children and elderly by providing shelter, food, clothes, education and care. The home has been through a lot. Back in 2017, the home was burnt to the ground. Shortly after, the late founder Dr. R. Thomas Manoharan passed away, leaving his wife Sarah Thomas to run the home. Now, all 26 children live in a simple rental room with 3 bedrooms. Fortunately, the home had help. Funds were raised by mother of two, Diani, to help build a new home for the children. Construction is ongoing and the new building will be ready by May 2020. That said, there are still so much the home and children need, like electricity, furniture, school transportation etc. and they have so little financially. Their total monthly expenses is about RM33,400 (and broken down as follows):Food (for 25 elderly and 26 children) RM9,000Rental of 2 houses RM4,000Staff (9 caretakers) RM11,200Utilities (water, electricity, phone) RM1,100Transportation and Fuel RM3,700Education expenses RM1,200Other necessities RM3,200The aim of this charity event is to raise funds and items for this home, and also to build awareness and cultivate the act of giving in our community to those who really need our help. These homes needs our constant support to be able to care for those who needs them most.Therefore, I will be conducting an Inside Flow yoga class with a special Sound Bath to shavasana to raise funds! Calling all yogis to come together for this month of December to give back to the society! Class: Inside Flow & Sound BathDate: 7 December 2019 (Saturday)Venue: Paper Space, APW BangsarTime: 10.00 a.m. – 1.00p.m. Class fee: RM150 in donation (100% of proceeds to go to Malaysia Lotus Charity Care Centre Association)*BYO mats*If you are unable to make it for the class, do consider giving a one time donation or set up a recurring donation through this website, or donate items that you do not need to Malaysia Lotus Charity Care Centre Association. We have invited a few vendors as well on the day who has pledged to donate a portion of their sales to Malaysia Lotus Charity Care Centre Association!We will also be having a donation drive on the day for items that the home needs, so you can contact me at hey.leekaren@gmail.com to let me know what you can donate or provide!Here is the list of items!BooksOld Clothes ( wearable)ToysTablesMilk powder (dumex 0-12)Milk powder (lactogen 1-3)Nestle OatsNestle cerelac wheat and honeyRiceMiloKopi-oNescafetehgulacondensed milkPotatoonionsBlack plastic bagwet wipesshower itemsplastersglucose test strips ( for the diabetics)one touch ultra soft lancets ( for the diabetics)Please share this with your friends and family because we can only achieve great things when together we align our goals!Terms and Conditions1. Registration closes on 6 December 20192. No refunds allowed. 3. Limited to only 30 registrants/mats.4. BYO mats.   

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Malaysia

Children, Elderly, Social Welfare, Welfare

51%

Raised So Far : MYR 5,150

Target : MYR 10,000

18/11/2019 - 07/12/2019

BECOME A LEADER FOR GOODDo you dare step out of your comfort zone to make a world of difference? Join other leading CEOs, MDs and Business Leaders take on a fundraising challenge from 3-8 December to raise funds for a cause that is close to your heart! It can be any cause that you want to make this world a better place. Use your powers and influence for good!All beneficiaries on SimplyGiving are verified so that donors have the confidence that money donated are accounted for in a secure and transparent manner. Donations raised will be transferred directly into the charity's nominated bank account. All you have to do is to share your personalised fundraising page with your network. Tell the world why you are trying to make a difference, and they will support you! How to start a fundraising campaignClick on the red “Start Fundraising” button.Select a charity or cause that you care about. If you do not see the charity you want to support, email us at hello@simplygiving.com and we will help set up your nominated charity or cause.Follow the instructions to set up your personalized fundraising page. Be extra creative and innovative – take up a challenge or activity that will catch the attention of potential donors.Add photos (or even a video!) to make your page more personalized and engaging.And your page is up! Share your unique URL link with your business, friends and family network through email and social media. ASK them to support you by donating and helping to share your page with their network. Watch your impact multiply!Email us at hello@simplygiving.com for help in setting up your personalised fundraising page.  

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Malaysia

Abuse, Animals, Cancer, Children, Disability, Education, Emotional Support...

52%

Raised So Far : MYR 31,209

Target : MYR 60,000

03/12/2019 - 31/12/2019

MYGiving is a movement to bring together Malaysians through an epic celebration of generosity.MYGiving is a part of a global celebration called Giving Tuesday that runs for 24 hours and is held annually, on 3rd of December. For Malaysia, we are declaring 3rd of December to 8th of December as MYGiving week.Malaysians are caring and generous people. We ranked 13th in the Charities Aid Foundation World Giving Index 5-year score. That is something we should be very proud of!MYGiving is about Malaysians coming together to give whatever they can; donations, time, influence, voice, skills and resources. It’s about the collective spirit of generosity that brings about a positive change to the nation.For Malaysians that wish to donate to help people living in extreme poverty, we have selected these following beneficiaries that SimplyGiving has vetted and also work closely with. Funds raised will be divided equally between the charities.Street Feeders of KL (banner photo credit)Nourish MalaysiaPertiwi Soup KitchenKechara Soup KitchenPit Stop Community CafeAgathians ShelterYayasan IkhlasSEED MalaysiaAll donations, big or small, will make an impact!   

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Malaysia

All

Raised So Far : MYR 300

Target : MYR 300,000

19/10/2019 - 08/12/2019

MYGiving is a movement to bring together Malaysians through an epic celebration of generosity.MYGiving is a part of a global celebration called Giving Tuesday that runs for 24 hours and is held annually, on 3rd of December. For Malaysia, we are declaring 3rd of December to 8th of December as MYGiving week.Malaysians are caring and generous people. We ranked 13th in the Charities Aid Foundation World Giving Index 5-year score. That is something we should be very proud of!MYGiving is about Malaysians coming together to give whatever they can; donations, time, influence, voice, skills and resources. It’s about the collective spirit of generosity that brings about a positive change to the nation.For Malaysians that wish to donate to protect the environment and promote sustainability, we have selected these following beneficiaries that SimplyGiving has vetted and also work closely with. Funds raised will be divided equally between the charities. Zero Waste MalaysiaSave Environment Save OurselvesWetlands International MalaysiaMarecetReef Check MalaysiaMalaysia Nature SocietyWWF MalaysiaPEKA MalaysiaThe Lost Food ProjectAll donations, big or small, makes an impact!  

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Malaysia

All

Raised So Far : MYR 40

Target : MYR 300,000

18/10/2019 - 08/12/2019

Donation Appeals ( 2,211 Results )

With the COVID-19 outbreak for the past few months all around the world, it hasn't been easy on any of us, especially for all medical teams and other front-liners that have been part of the fight since the outbreak began.HappyFresh, the leading South East Asia online grocery marketplace, wants to do our part to help the community and those who are affected. Guillem Segarra, CEO of HappyFresh, is volunteering to run a half marathon from his home to help fund the organizations that are helping the people affected by this outbreak.We would like to raise $100,000 USD, and HappyFresh will be donating $10,000 USD upfront.The total donation raised will be split evenly across 3 organizations that we have partnered with from each of the countries that we are operating.From Indonesia, ACT (Aksi Cepat Tanggap); Thailand, The Mirror Foundation (กองทุนอาสามาเยี่ยม); and Malaysia, Mums4Mums.Now, you can also be part of this by simply donating any amount you wish.There's no amount too small, and every dollar makes a difference.For donors residing in Indonesia and Thailand, if you prefer to donate through bank transfer, please find the details below and include a reference for "Run with HappyFresh" when you are making the bank transfer.Indonesia:Bank: CIMB NIAGAAccount name: PT. ICART GROUP INDONESIAAccount No: 800140223300Swift Code: BNIAIDJAXXXThailand:Bank: KASIKORN BANKAccount name: HAPPYFRESH (THAILAND) CO., LTDAccount No: 063-2-84285-6  Swift Code: KASITHBK_______Our beneficiaries:When it comes to partnering with our beneficiaries across countries, we make sure that we can cover different segments; from a bigger scale organization that cares for humanitarian (ACT Indonesia), a more concentrated organization that helps COVID-19 victims (The Mirror Foundation) and also those who are really affected by it, especially single mums in Malaysia (Mums4Mums).  

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Indonesia

Disaster Relief, Humanitarian Aid

14%

Raised So Far : USD 14,461

Target : USD 100,000

Campaign Ends : 6/3/2020

Update June 30thSlowly news is coming out on re-openening Komodo National Park. This is expected to go in phases; the first fase the local people that have been in the area the whole time, 2nd phase domestic tourist, and third phase international tourist. We hope this process will start businesses openening up again, and employment coming back. It will take a while, for the economy to stabilise itself. In the mean time, we will keep supporting those in need. June 15thAnother 80 families have been supported because of you! Another 80 familes can cook, eat and shower because of your donations.  June 09:We are preparing a new batch of donations. The last weeks we have asked families to register, to be a part of the 80 families, that we will support for the coming months. The rice and supplies have arrived. And the handouts are starting up again. Have a look in the gallery, we have shared a new video and pictures. June 03:After a few weeks of reaching out to friends, families, contacting businesses and sending out newsletters, we have reached an amazing milestone. The 5000EUR mark has been past and we are now even over 6000EUR. We cannot thank you enough! To ensure that the aid goes to the right families, we are currently screaning a new group of families for the next stage of our food distribution. We are selecting the families that need it the most. Those will be the ones that will receive the monthly supplies of necessities.    May 18: We have reached the 3000EUR :-) Woooow fantastic, together with donations through paypal, and direct transfers in the Indonesian Bank Account we have now reached 4300 EUR. During the weekend the Government has announced to aim for October, to reopen for tourism. This is great news! But also means we need to extend our appeal. Our friends in Flores will need us a little longer.  We are busy reaching out to the greater public, through newsletters, but also contacting companies that have a connection with Flores and Indonesia. We need more help, to help the Manggarai people through these rough months to come. I have posted another video of new supplies coming in, rice, noodles, sugar, cooking oil, eggs... Big love to all, Terima kasih banyak! Because of you, we can feed a family for another day, another week, another month <3May 10: Over  2500EUR this fantastic! This week has been an busy week.  Last Thursday 1500KG of rice arrived from local farms in Compang Longgo village. We hired the ladies to clean and sort the rice.  A video can be found on our instagram page  https://www.instagram.com/p/B_7DL7WDpqW/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link  We have prepared 80 rescue boxes so far, containing rice, oil, mie, eggs,  vegetables, sugar, soap and shampoo. over the weekend 50 boxes have been distributed to families in need. The next days another 30 will be distributed.  This is on top of the 39 families we have helped already!The press has shown interest in what we do at Wicked Good Indonesia. Articles about what we have done, because of your contributions can be read at:https://www.postntt.com/?url=baca-berita/MjE0/2020-05-10/context&src=info https://www.patrolipost.com/33532/wicked-good-indonesia-bantu-ringankan-beban-pelaku-pariwisata-di-labuan-bajo/ And also several diving centers have rallied  their resources, for the common good. We want especially thank Wicked Diving, Scuba Junkie Komodo and Red Whale Komodo for their efforts.    We are very thankful for all donations we have been receiving from all over the world! You have no idea how much impact your 10 dollars has. We hope  to be continuing our work, when this 'fundraiser' is officially over. We will keep supporting families in need, for as long as we are able to, and for long as it is necessary. THANK YOU, thank you , thank you April 27: Wow, wow, wow Simply Giving in combination with our paypal account has raised a total of 1000EUR. This is amazing! You helped us being able to provide food for 1 month for 20 families. We have updated the gallery with pictures of the results of your efforts.Thank you so much, for caring and sharing! - Wicked Good Indonesia - The Story of FloresWhen food is not a given anymore. When you do not know when you can give your 6 year old her next rice meal. When you cannot go out to find work, so she and your entire family of 9 can eat. This is the story of Flores, Indonesia. In one of the normally flourishing tourism towns. The streets are deserted, the supermarket is still open but empty, even the pasar, the local market where families sell their crops, is by no means the normal hustle and bustle of playing children, caring mothers, and a constant in and out of cars with fresh produce.For years the people of Flores (with almost 2 million inhabitants) have been drawn to the bustling gateway to Komodo National Park in the hope to find work in tourism and support families back in their villages. More and more people every year turn the Tourist dollar into food, homes, healthcare, schooling for siblings and financial security for their families. Last March this came to an abrupt halt. All tourists packed their backpacks and started on their long routes home. Businesses started closing one by one in the hope to survive until the tourists come back again. This left the people of Flores and their families stranded. No tourist means no income, and no income is no food for the many families, that are dependent on Tourism.  What your can do: We have set up food packages, essentials like rice, oil, cabbage, coffee, drinking water and soap. Help us help the People of Flores. Donate today! With 500.000 Indonesian Rupiah, the equivalent of 30EUR a family of 4 can eat for 2 weeks.  But also 10EUR gives relief to a family.Contact us, with ideas of finding income for a community that is highly dependent on tourism. Share your love for Komodo and this appeal for help.With our target amount of 5.000EUR we can help more then 80 families with food and essentials for a month. We are in our second month of our appeal, we aim to reach the same target! Thank you so much for all support, it means so much <3The Hero'sYou! You are a hero. You have helped the families in Flores. Thank you for caring & sharing. Our team of Wicked Good Indonesia is on a daily quest, gathering food, making packages and then distributing. Still considering the environment we live in, and keeping plastic usage to a minimum. It is great to see people paying it forward, our hardest workers, helping with the distributions, are some of the families we have helped first <3 For more information or questions send us a message community@wickeddiving.com or anne@wickeddiving.com  Wicked Good Indonesia is a registered Yayasan in Indonesia and a branch of Wicked Diving.  Please have a look at our NGO through  https://www.simplygiving.com/nonprofit/wickedgoodindonesia  

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Indonesia

Disaster Relief, Education, Poverty, Women, Youth

69%

Raised So Far : EUR 6,966

Target : EUR 10,000

Campaign Ends : 7/18/2020

We are all going through tough times with the rapid spread of coronavirus. It is the biggest global health crisis we face in our lifetimes, and it knows no borders. Life has been turned upside down for everyone in the struggle to contain the virus. Trusted caregivers are under immense pressure. And children are feeling this too. They may struggle with anxiety, worry because they’re missing school, or fear that they or their families will get sick.But you can make a difference. You can help a child continue their education, protect and prepare our doctors and health clinics in refugee camps, protect children in unsafe households, and support families who have lost their income.新型冠狀病毒疫情在全球迅速蔓延,我們正面對有史以來最嚴重的一場疫症危機。為了遏止病毒的傳播,我們在生活上作出重大的改變。 相信很多人為了照顧家庭,都承受著沉重的壓力,當中兒童也不例外。 他們或許會感到焦慮,會因為失去校園生活而感到困擾,也會因為自己或家人有機會受到病毒感染而恐懼。您可以為兒童帶來改變,讓兒童於疫情期間繼續學習,讓醫護人員在難民營提供適切的醫療服務,使身處危難居所中的兒童得到保護,並讓失去收入的家庭能夠得到及時的援助。Domestic coronavirus relief effortsSave the Children Hong Kong has activated relief efforts to combat the coronavirus outbreak. In terms of immediate relief, we have distributed:  Over 70,000 masks for children and adults and 5,000 bottles of hand sanitiser to support the most vulnerable and marginalized children and families in Hong Kong.200 sets of laptop computers with connectivity kits to school children ranging from Primary One to Secondary Three classes.Educational content to provide child-friendly information such as positive parenting and health tips to children and their caregivers.  But our support will not end there.To provide longer-term support, we are working with local partners to develop programmes to improve children’s psychosocial wellbeing during these trying times.To learn more about our efforts, please visit here.應對新型冠狀病毒的本地工作 香港救助兒童會在本地展開多項應對疫情的緊急救援工作,包括:我們已透過本地的非牟利組織合作夥伴向低收入和弱勢社群的兒童和家庭派發70,000多個兒童及成人口罩和5,000支酒精搓手液。向小一至中三年級的學生分發了合共200部手提電腦及便攜式路由器,支援網上學習。為兒童和家長提供網上資訊,例如正面管教和健康衛生資訊。 我們不會放慢腳步,繼續努力不懈,為有需要的兒童及其家庭提供支援。長遠而言,我們正與本地合作夥伴製作項目,以援解兒童在這個艱難時期的情緒和提升他們的心理健康。如欲了解更多關於救助兒童會的工作,請按此瀏覽網頁。Global coronavirus relief effortsGlobally, Save the Children works in almost 120 countries. Coronavirus has already reached some of the world’s most vulnerable communities such as refugee camps, conflict zones and urban slums. We must act now.   That’s why Save the Children has launched a global appeal so we can support children and their families around the world through this pandemic, the most serious threat to global health and security in modern times.  Will you send a gift to help protect a child against coronavirus?CLICK TO DONATE應對新型冠狀病毒的全球性工作救助兒童會在全球約120個國家工作。現時新型冠狀病毒已蔓延至全球各地,對最貧困落後的弱勢社群,例如難民營,衝突地區和貧民窟帶來衝擊,我們必須立即行動。 救助兒童會現正向全球發出呼籲,希望大家能踴躍捐輸,讓我們可以為世界各地受疫情影響的兒童及其家庭提供援助,對抗這在全球史無前例最嚴峻的健康和安全威脅。 您願意於今天伸出援手嗎? 請立即捐款Your donation will:Provide protective equipment, medical supplies and training for local health workers  Supply resources to help children learn and continue their education at homeProvide essential items like food and soapKeep children and their families safe in their homes  Your donation will help us keep children alive and safe so that they can survive this crisis, and adjust to life once it is over.  It's only by coming together that we can protect those children who need us most. We thank you for your support at this challenging time.您的捐款可以:為當地醫護人員提供防護裝備,醫療用品和培訓提供資源讓兒童可以在家繼續學習提供食物和肥皂等生活所需物資確保兒童及其家人可以安全地留在家中您的捐贈將幫助我們保護兒童的生命和安全,使他們可以安然夠度過這場危機,並重新適應往後的生活。只有我們團結起來,便可以保護那些正等待急需救助的兒童。衷心感謝您在這個充滿挑戰的時刻,願意伸出援手。  

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Hong Kong

Children, Disaster Relief, Education, Emotional Support, Health, HIV & AID...

Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 100,000

Campaign Ends : 5/10/2020

Updates:1. 28th March: The Global Peace Malaysia team have changed the food relief amount from RM100 to RM50 worth of food per family in order to accommodate to more OA families. 2. 2nd April: With generous help from our donors and corporate sponsors, we have exceeded the initial fundraising amount of RM25,000! However, a growing number of OA villagers are still in dire need of food relief and have been requesting for help. Therefore, we are now increasing our fundraising target to RM50,000.3. 9th April: With your generosity and commitment to supporting our OA friends, we are excited to announce that we have exceeded our fundraising target of RM50,000! We are now increasing our fundraising target to RM100,000 to provide more food relief to those in need, benefitting a total of 2000 OA families. Although the MCO is scheduled to end on the 14th of April, we want to ensure that OA families have enough essential food to tide them over during the window period as they make the transition back to work. This will significantly ease the burden of OA villagers, allowing them to put food on the table and keep their funds afloat as they concentrate on getting back into work.4. 24th April: We are both excited and humbled to announce that we have exceeded our target of RM100,000! However, our work does not end here as the MCO has been extended yet again to the 12th of May. Although the 1st round of food aid has been distributed, many OA families are stretched thin from hanging on to food supplies that was meant to last for 2 weeks. As such, we are looking to raise a total of RM200,000 to provide for the 2nd round of food relief! For a full report on the #raiseforfood donation campaign, please click the link here: https://globalpeace.org.my/raiseforfood-donations-disbursements/In the days and weeks ahead, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the nationwide Movement Control Order (MCO) will continue to present enormous challenges to the lives of underserved communities across Malaysia. With rising unemployment and income disruption, some of our most marginalized orang asli communities (OA) are receiving the greatest blow.Global Peace Foundation has been working with underserved OA communities in the Pekan and Rompin districts in Pahang since 2016. We have worked with over 70 villages on projects related to access to clean water, energy and education. Most of these communities that we work with are categorized as hardcore poor, earning as little as RM300-600/month on average. We are currently in touch with OA communities and have been told that some families are in dire need of food relief. As such, we are looking to fundraise RM200,000 to provide 4,000 sets of food relief for OA families. During these times of uncertainty, many of us are not able to do much other than to practice social distancing and stay at home. However, we can still support each other. Every little bit of help that you can give will provide immediate relief for those who are struggling and have been greatly impacted by this pandemic.The Issues Many OA villagers rely on ad-hoc work for income. Without any work, a majority of OA villagers will no longer be able to bear the expenses of purchasing essential items such as food. Many OA farmers' income are also be affected as they are now unable to sell products such as serai, petai and rubber due to the MCO.The SolutionProvide food relief for 4000 OA families.Each family will receive a total of RM50 worth of essential food that will last for up to two weeks.Essential food items include rice, flour, sugar, cooking oil, bihun, biscuits and salt.The ImpactEnsure that 4000 OA families across Pahang will have enough food until the MCO is lifted.Provide 4000 families with some ease of mind during these trying times.Please help by either donating and/or sharing this plea to the public so that we may have enough to support our Malaysian brothers and sisters during this trying time.FAQs 1. Are you sending food relief directly to the OA villages? In order to comply with the MCO and avoid risk of infection, we will not be traveling to OA villages. Using our OA village database and contact with local community organizers, we have identified villages that are in dire need of assistance. We will then make orders to the closest or most frequented grocery store by the villagers. A village representative will then pick up the groceries from the store and distribute them in the village.    2. Will 100% of donations be accounted for? Transparency is of utmost importance to Global Peace Foundation Malaysia. 100% of the funds raised will be channeled as food relief for our beneficiaries. At the end of the campaign, an account will be reported to the public to show how the fund has been spent. For a full report on the #raiseforfood donation campaign, please click the link here: https://globalpeace.org.my/raiseforfood-donations-disbursements/3. What essential food will families receive? With RM50, each family will receive: x1 10kg Rice, x2 1kg Flour, x1 Sugar, x1 Cooking Oil, x2 Bihun, x1 Biscuits, x1 salt. This will provide enough food for one family for at least two weeks.4. Why are OA villagers fleeing into forests? Although the deadly Spanish flu swept through communities a century ago, the unknown nature of Covid-19 is striking similar fears among many OA communities. As such, they are moving into the forest to protect themselves and to search for food. However, due to deforestation, many OA villagers are faced with food insecurity.5. How can I help? You can help support our fellow Malaysian brothers and sisters by donating to our appeal on SimplyGiving or by sharing our plea to the public. Every single cent will be channeled to providing food relief for OA families.  

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Malaysia

Education, Health, Human Rights, Indigenous, Poverty, Welfare, Women, Youth

54%

Raised So Far : MYR 109,039

Target : MYR 200,000

Campaign Ends : 7/27/2020

The Hope Branch Post Covid DriveTHB currently supplies 1500 hot cooked meals/week to support the OKU community around Klang Valley also the Marginalized community in KL via SEEDS Foundation. We also identify and support vulnerable homes during this tough recovery period and support them in home suppliers and emergency grocery supplies.We also refurbish and provide care of Orang Asli Settlements in Damansara and Carey Island. The Hope Branch, an initiative to quickly and effectively raise funds for those affected by the Covid19 Pandemic. Our main goal is to raise RM250K by end of JuneWe are working together with KitaJaga.Us to execute speedy aid delivery and to stay connected with medical front-liners.THB tasks will include fund raising to cover costs of purchase and delivery of PPE (personal protective equipment) - for health frontliners - to vulnerable hospitals, Klinik kesihatan at the outskirt areas, and police arm force.As well as daily supplies for those affected most from the Restricted Movement Control Order (daily wage earners, homeless, immigrants,refugees) and vulnerable homesWe also contribute food to a current fully operational soup kitchens - Pertiwi and The Lost Food Project.  

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Malaysia

Disaster Relief, Emotional Support, Hospice & Hospital, Humanitarian Aid, ...

1%

Raised So Far : MYR 4,950

Target : MYR 250,000

Campaign Ends : 7/31/2020

Following recent spike of the Covid-19 (Corona Virus) cases in Malaysia and the government's movement control order, it is important for us to update you on TLFP's operations.TLFP OPERATIONSThese are unprecedented times for Malaysia and with the movement control order in place until 31 March 2020, we will see limitations in terms of daily activities and operations. However, given that the government has allowed for essential businesses to operate as usual including retail and food supplies, this also essentially means that TLFP can still operate with the support from our food partners, on dried goods, baked goods and other items.Our weekly pickups from Pasar Borong Kuala Lumpur however will be restricted for the moment at least until the end of the Order as we understand the government's need to stop the spread of the virus especially in enclosed and crowded places. Therefore our operations involving PBKL will cease until further notice.Operations at our warehouse will be restricted to our staff and a core group of volunteers with very limited number of pax at any single time. TLFP has always placed an importance on high hygiene standards and food safety, and will continue to do so.Delivery of food to charities will also require higher standards of operations, and we will brief our volunteer drivers to ensure that there is minimal contact between them and others who are involved during pickups and deliveries.HELPING OUR CRITICAL BENEFICIARIESWe understand that this will have an impact on our charity partners and beneficiaries due to the limitations on our food sourcing, but we will strive to continue to provide food to our most vulnerable charities.We rely on your help during these trying times. If you can help us help the most vulnerable in our society, please donate today.It is very important that we continue to stand together to help those who will be impacted most by this global crisis. Sadly, thousands of our beneficiaries will not be able to receive their weekly provision due to the crisis and many will struggle to provide for themselves with a possible loss of income.DONATE FOOD:We therefore would like to appeal to our supporters, if you do have essential food items you could donate (see list of items below) please can drop them at our warehouse here (every Monday and Thursday morning from 9.30-11.30am). DONATE MONEY:In addition, we are launching an urgent appeal for additional funding for our operations during these times to ensure that we are able to continue to reach those most in need and get back on track once we ride off this crisis.You can donate here or directly to our Maybank account (The Lost Food Project - account number 514897068927).FUNDRAISE FOR USYou can also fundraise for us virtually, from the comforts of your own home. Please click on Start Fundraising to create your personalised fundraising page and share it with your network of friends and family and through email, WhatsApp and social media, etc. Every bit of help counts.AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST, PLEASE TAKE CARE.We are mindful of the efforts that are being taken by the government to ensure the health and safety of the people in Malaysia are secured first and foremost, and as such we would like to heed their call and remind all our partners and volunteers to continue practising good hygiene, practise social distancing and limit movements and activities outside of the house. We are confident that if we continue to unite as one as we have always done, no one will be left behind.  

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Malaysia

Children, Environment, Humanitarian Aid, Medical & Health, Poverty, Refuge...

35%

Raised So Far : MYR 21,426

Target : MYR 60,000

Campaign Ends : 6/30/2020

Puan Zebadeh Binti Jali is a sweet spirited lady of friendly disposition who has seldom ventured out of her birth place of Banting, Selangor. At the age of 57 the relatively young grandmother to a grandson and a granddaughter has in addition brought into the world 2 adult sons and 2 adult daughters. Currently, she is staying with her youngest son and her mother in Banting. However, Puan Zebadeh’s movements are fairly limited as she cannot afford to be away from her home for long periods of time. Much that she will like to go visiting faraway places she is handicapped by the inconvenience of having to undergo haemodialysis on alternate days for three times a week with each time lasting three hours. On top of it, even after each session of dialysis treatment, she often feels worn out thereby leaving her with little or no energy for activities including cleaning the house and carrying out household chores. As you can see, Puan Zebedah’s 2 kidneys that are supposed to filter the wastes of her body have completely failed when she was 37 years of age after giving birth to her youngest son. This affliction further aggravated her family life as earlier while she was hale and hearty, her husband made up his mind to part with her and her children. She, thus, had to face the additional whammy to rely on the dialysis machine to survive for the natural course of her life unless there is the possibility of her receiving a matching donor kidney. Even then, when opportunity beckoned, she had to undergo a series of tests to determine the compatibility of her body system to a potential donor kidney. Sadly, her body was unable to withstand the rigours of the tests in Selayang Hospital with the result that the hospital authorities advised her that the option of a kidney transplant was out of the question. Under such disheartening circumstances, she was lucky to have the moral and financial support of her siblings. She used to work as factory worker near Klang before the chronic kidney disease caused her to stop working. For all the woes in her dialysis, she is very thankful to NKF for accommodating her in her dialysis treatment since 1997 with the staff of the dialysis centre treating her with much humility and professionalism. “I really appreciate the caring attitude of the NKF which often organises social gatherings to bring about greater social interaction amongst not only the patients and their families but also the staff members themselves.For more information, click at http://www.nkf.org.my, email to fundraising@nkf.org.my or call 03-7954 9048  

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Malaysia

Health, Medical & Health

7%

Raised So Far : MYR 148

Target : MYR 2,000

Campaign Ends : 8/31/2020

Our good friend, family member and colleague Maks has had a tragic motorbike accident in Phuket Thailand on 30th July 2019. He suffered Traumatic Brain Injury called "Severe Diffuse Axonal Injury" and has been in a coma ever since at Vachira hospital in Phuket. He was in ICU for 20 of those days.Currently, His health is stable but  is still on a breathing machine.His family have flew over and have been by his side during this difficult time of his life.They are now trying every effort to come up with the funds to bring him back home where they can be by his side and provide him with the care he needs until such time as he wakes up. The hospital issued a travel clearance for him but he will be needing a full medical team and equipment to travel back home.The amount to bring him back home will be around $40k plus around $20k in hospital bills. We are seeking to raise the money for Maks and his family and would greatly appreciate any financial support that can be given.  

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Thailand

Medical & Health

19%

Raised So Far : USD 11,618

Target : USD 60,000

Campaign Ends : 9/30/2019

FlowerPower is a new non-profit that aims to repurpose flowers after wedding/events and deliver them to less well-off individuals and communities.Our aim is to bring joy and positive energy to the community by repurposing flowers from large events e.g. weddings or corporate functions. We collect flowers, repackage them into mini-bouquets and deliver them to those who need it most (e.g. nursing homes, women's shelters and disadvantaged communities), thereby enhancing mental wellness as well as reducing waste.Why flowers? Flowers are important in enhancing mental wellness. We all know that flowers naturally bring positive energy: they look pretty, smell good and they brighten our physical environment, making us feel more comfortable. However, flowers actually operate on a deeper brain chemical level too! Studies have shown that flowers increase levels of dopamine and serotonin in the brain - which are the exact same chemicals targeted by antidepressants. There is also evidence that flowers reduce anxiety, encourage social interaction and improve memory function. Historically, they have been a symbol of love and affection, and flowers trigger these happy memories. Furthermore, flowers facilitate a reconnection with nature in today’s increasingly disconnected society.How will it work?We have teamed up with a number of hotels around Singapore to keep us informed of events, as well as charity organisations who will be our beneficiaries.Check out our website at scentflowerpower.wixsite.com/singapore for more details!FundraisingAll funds raised will go towards the cost of transport of collecting and distributing flowers as well as some basic necessities to make and decorate our repurposed flower bouquets. We are aiming to raise $2000. This will pay for supplies and enable us to attend an estimate of 25-30 events.  

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Singapore

Environment, Mental Health, Welfare

49%

Raised So Far : SGD 980

Target : SGD 2,000

Campaign Ends : 9/30/2019

The Relentless FighterFrom the scorching hot Sahara Desert to the frigid Arctic circle, nothing stops Jeff Lau from running to raise fund for charity as well as bring about awareness on HIV/AIDS. The Red Ribbon Youth Icon has come a long way in making a name for himself in HIV/AIDS advocacy. Earlier this year he took part in the gruelling Malaysian AIDS Foundation (MAF) Triple A Challenge, the Ultra Asia Race accompanied by Hezrina Hedzer, a 50-year-old home maker and proud grandmother as they ran a total of 160 km foot race across Vietnam.The DECA X AIDS ChallengeFor the Merdeka month of the year, just like how Malaysia gained its independence, Jeff Lau will be bearing the MAF flag representing Malaysia and the fight to end AIDS by participating in the Malaysian AIDS Foundation DEC X AIDS Challenge, the swissultra Deca Run in Switzerland. Jeff Lau hopes with his run he is able to shine more light unto the needs of youths in the awareness of practicing safer sex.The calling to do goodJeff Lau discovered his passion for running during his university years in Melbourne with sole purpose of maintaining fitness. It was not long until he wanted to give meaning to his passion in bringing positive change to the community. There on the suggestion of his friends, he participated in the 2014 Marathon des Sables to raise fund for the Malaysian AIDS Foundation.His life took an incredible twist when one of his dearest friends came out as HIV positive to him, after seeing him running for the cause. The event changed his perspective on HIV/AIDS and it fuelled his passion even more to be involved in charity with MAF and was soon appointed as the Red Ribbon Youth Ambassador.The 10 Positive StepsFor his latest challenge which is a step up from a marathon or better known as ultratriathlon, he hopes to gain more attention not so much for the ultratriathlon event itself but more on what people can do to be more aware, vigilant and proactive in practicing safe sex. Thus this campaign has a theme around the number 10 seeing that he would need to complete this challenge in 10 consecutive days.This became his aspiration based on his experience in Melbourne where he was able get access to high quality sexual healthcare even as a foreign student. He explained that the youth community there were well educated on sexual and reproductive health and took measures to avoid sexually transmitted diseases (STIs) and unplanned pregnancies.“The doctors in the STI Clinics were very friendly and encouraged the students to practice safer sex. They made us feel comfortable to talk about our health and even offer free condoms. They don’t discriminate you base on your race, religion, gender and sexuality,” Jeff Lau expressed his amazement on the quality service provided there.He also compared it to the situation in Malaysia, “Malaysia has a long way to go in providing good sexual and reproductive healthcare for our youths. STI friendly clinics are still limited and awareness on STIs and unplanned pregnancies are still low. We hear news on the rise of HIV infections and teen pregnancies amongst younger generations, this is the consequences we face when they are not equipped with knowledge about safer sex.”From 22nd to 31st of August, Jeff Lau will be subjected to one Ultratriathlon each day for 10 consecutive days which comprises of 3.8 kilometers swim, 180 kilometers bike and 42.2 kilometers run in Switzerland. Overall, he would need cover a total of 2260 kilometers.SUPPORT US!If you share Jeff’s compassion for bringing awareness about safer sex, please make a donation to the Malaysian AIDS Foundation. No matter how small or big the donation, every ringgit and cent counts. Click the donate button below and make a difference today!Donations of RM100 or more are entitled to a FREE Malaysian AIDS Foundation T-Shirt! **Free gifts for shipment within Malaysia only  

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Malaysia

Children, HIV & AIDS, Medical & Health, Social Welfare

14%

Raised So Far : MYR 7,307

Target : MYR 50,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2019

Living in the poverty, 400 children in Makassar, Indonesia, spend childhood scavenging on rubbish dump to survive.Do you know if your lunch money during the fasting month can be donated to create a learning and play space for these little scavengers?Every day, hundreds of children in Makassar go scavenging in a dump site close to their homes. While scavenging, they also love to play in the garbage heaps because they are used to such environment. However, of course an environment full of sharp objects and diseases is not a safe place for children to spend their playtime, don't you think? This is why Save the Children is fighting for the future of these underprivileged kids through our program: Bring and Give Hope Outside of Trash (BRIGHT). By supporting this program, you help child scavengers play and learn as children normally do at their age in child centers located in three sub-districts namely Manggala, Tamangap, and Biring Romang. We provide books and games so they can grow up happy and healthily. Whatever you can give makes a huge difference in these children's lives. In this blessed month, let's support 400 child scavengers to get their right to education and proper childhood.  

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Indonesia

Children, Disaster Relief, Education, Emotional Support, Health, Humanitar...

Raised So Far : IDR 0

Target : IDR 30,000,000

Campaign Ends : 6/6/2019

UAIM is a non-profit organization established in Malaysia which aims to support Rohingya orphansand children refugees so they can have a second chance at life. We focus specifically on providing them quality education, accommodation, and love and affection so they can have a fulfilling childhood.This Ramadan we need RM 500,000 to help provide the 85 Rohingya children (30 Orphans) for ONE YEAR+ with:1. Three meals a day2. Proper bedding, Pillows, Mattresses3. AC's for 2 floors (classrooms) - it can get very hot when too many kids inside.4. A van to pickup and drop kids to school - about 20 kids leave 15 minutes away from the school.5. Teacher Salaries and Training to empower the community to teach at the highest level.6.  Rent of 2 floors - which serves as classrooms 7. Electricity and water bills8. Educational materials, uniforms, shoes and furniture9. 4 Field Trips or more10. Medical costsPlease support this cause and help your brothers and sisters in need. Thank you so much for your support.For more info:  https://www.unitedarakan.com/  

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Malaysia

Children, Education, Social Welfare, Welfare, Youth

Raised So Far : MYR 30

Target : MYR 500,000

Campaign Ends : 6/12/2019

Lending Projects ( 23 Results )

What sets Peanut Recipes apart is our boldness to try and give the dishes a twist by incorporating peanuts sauce and a new combination of flavors. We aim to make affordable, delicious and nutritious peanut-based food while providing Income opportunities for our senior citizens and persons with disabilities who often don't have enough employment opportunities. One of our bestsellers is our Pata Kare-Kare, “it's not just your ordinary peanut stew serve with rice". “Peanuts are a good source of healthful fats, protein, and fiber. They also contain plenty of potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and B vitamins. Despite being high in calories, peanuts are nutrient-rich and low in carbohydrates.” Meant to meet the Environmental, Social, and Economic Challenges of tomorrowInclusivity: Our aim is to have half the workforce comprising of senior citizens and PWDsEnvironment protection: To use biodegradable take-out materials and limit the use of plastic.Better Income Opportunity for Employees: Aside from the fixed daily salary. Employees shall receive a 10% commission for every meal sold - Thus, bringing more income opportunities for them. Healthier Food Alternatives:   To offer fresh and nutritious food alternatives that people can afford. Support for Small time Farmers:  To get supplies directly from small scale farmers and breeders only.  

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Philippines

Disaster Relief, Environment, Poverty, Rescue, Social Welfare, Youth

Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 50,000

Campaign Ends : 30/11/2019

The goal is to provide UAV technology-driven services to farmers and growers that will drastically increase farm production and reduce production costs. We want to create progress in the sustainable development of the country’s crop production.Agriculture plays a significant role in the Philippine economy. Involving about 40 percent of Filipino workers. In 2012, agriculture had a 32% share in the total employment which is roughly around 37 million Filipinos, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). From January to June 2019 alone, a 3.16 percent reduction in crops production was recorded. Palay and corn recorded decreases in production by 5.82 percent and 8.73 percent, respectively. Our solution is utilizing Drones for Precision Farming. Our beneficiaries will be small-time farmers & growers and cooperatives. Thus, helping them maximize their crop yield, bringing more food into the table.The adoption of modern technologies in agriculture, such as the use of drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can significantly enhance risk and damage assessments and revolutionize the way we prepare for and respond to disasters that affect the livelihoods of vulnerable farmers and the country’s food security.● Meant to meet the Environmental, Social, and Economic challenges of tomorrow. The agriculture sprayer drones protect farmers from poisoning and heatstroke while spraying liquid pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides on agricultural land. Environment protection. Water and soil pollution is severely reduced with a fixed position and orientation method. Wastage reduction.  

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Philippines

Disaster Relief, Environment, Poverty, Rescue, Social Welfare, Youth

Raised So Far : USD 0

Target : USD 28,700

Campaign Ends : 30/11/2019

XUsed is a social enterprise with an application for people who want to earn extra income from selling their waste, such as used cooking oil, old newspapers and books, tin cans, bottles or glass. XUsed will connect the seller with potential buyers or waste collectors by providing the date and collection point for both parties. This app not only helps those in need of extra income but it also helps protect our environment through recycling waste products. XUsed has implemented its programme with 60 schools in 2018 under their “Earn to Learn @ School”, piloted with MCII. The programme helps students, teachers and schools gain financial benefits from recycling waste. Students can earn an average of RM50-RM100 per month from recycling waste from home. This has, in particular, provided underprivileged families with an additional source of household income and motivates the students to learn more about recycling waste and be environmentally conscious. Some schools have also “reinvested” the recycling proceeds back into improving its school facilities. XUsed currently has a pipeline of 200 schools that are interested in implementing “Earn to Learn @ School”. However, there is an initial start-up cost required for each school, to cover the following areas: Equipment (weighing machine and laptop)Marketing collateralsTraining and supportLogistic and waste collection set-up. XUsed is requesting a loan of RM15,000 to implement the programme in 5 new schools. They expect to repay the loan by October 2019.  

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Malaysia

Environment, Poverty

68%

Raised So Far : MYR 10,280

Target : MYR 15,000

Campaign Ends : 31/08/2018

Simply Cookies has been given the opportunity to participate in Sea Games and Para Sea Games Carnival!!!The duration is from 19th August to 30th August and 17th September to 23rd September 2017 that will take place in Bukit Jalil. We will be featuring and selling our cookies that are made with 100% pure Anchor butter, Diabetic-friendly Hanker Suisse sugar and unbleached MFM flour. Our flavors include durian, cempedak, chai, green tea, double chocolate and peanut butter. We also provide micro jobs to single mothers who are not able to commit to full time work. We have trained and worked with close to 50 single mothers and ladies from poor families. Simply Cookies was formed in 2014 to empower single mothers to balance financial independence and motherhood. We provide job opportunities for single mothers and train them to climb up the corporate ladder too.  With this, we are looking to borrow money of RM30,000 for us to invest in buying the ingredients, paying for packaging, collaterals and salary throughout the 18 days. Our aim is to expose Malaysian flavor and Malaysian brand to ASEAN. At the same time, we want to provide job opportunities to the underprivileged community.With this project, we will be able to provide job opportunities to 20 single mothers and the underprivileged community. The loan will be fully repaid by July 2019.  

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Malaysia

Children, Poverty, Women

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 15,000

Campaign Ends : 12/07/2017

Foodabox is a social enterprise that provides food operators the access to cheaper eco-friendly food boxes via food box advertising. By selling advertising spaces on food boxes and using the revenue to defray costs, we're able to help food operators in Malaysia to replace the harmful polystyrene food boxes. Approximately 85 tonnes of polystyrene waste are disposed every day. Imagine if 10% can be replaced by eco-friendly boxes….. That is exactly what we are going to do! Saving the environment, one box at a time. Introducing the My Unity Box Project These unique set of eco-friendly boxes are designed to engaged with the multicultural and multiracial society of our beautiful Malaysia. Through social media, we will encourage Malaysians to post photos and tell us about what they love about being Malaysians. These photos will be compiled and printed onto our eco-friendly boxes and distributed at food stalls. This is a fun way to celebrate racial harmony and celebrate the environment! Watch this space!! We will be launching this soon. A loan of RM10,000 will help us kick-start the MyUnity Box campaign. Loan will be repaid by December 2017.  

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Malaysia

Environment

100%

Raised So Far : MYR 10,000

Target : MYR 10,000

Campaign Ends : 31/01/2017

The Batik Boutique is an award-winning social enterprise created to disrupt the cycle of poverty in Malaysia. We train women from low-income backgrounds to produce gifts and fashion accessories made from a traditional Malaysian fabric called batik. First, we work with artisan families in rural Malaysia where they create batik textiles on natural fibers.  The artisans use layers of wax and dye to create the designs in a labour-intensive process. Next, women create ethical fashion and gift items with this fabric in our sewing training center. Today, more than 50 artisans work with The Batik Boutique to gain a fair, sustainable income and marketable skills.  Each purchase directly benefits the artisan who made it. We are raising funds to expand our capacity to help more women and deliver better products to our clients. We are building a new sewing centre in Kota Damansara. Funds raised will be used to purchase sewing equipment and for basic renovation. Loan required: RM15,000. Loan will be repaid by December 2018.  

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Malaysia

Poverty, Women

100%

Raised So Far : MYR 15,000

Target : MYR 15,000

Campaign Ends : 31/01/2017

Women of Will empowers disadvantaged women (B40) to initiate and sustain their own small businesses, rather than providing handouts. The women are given financial assistance (loan) of RM2000 to help them initiate small business ventures and attain an independent livelihood income. The amount is repaid on a weekly basis, interest-free. To help equip the women with the necessary skills to run their businesses, they are trained in an Entrepreneurial Development Program and taught the basics skills of managing a business, including financial management, marketing, and communications. Additionally, each woman is assigned a business coach and mentor for 6 -12 months to guide them and ensure that they have the support needed to develop a sustainable business, as well as help them lead balanced and wholesome lives. The average cost of delivering training is RM600 per woman, provided free of charge. To date Women Of Will has transformed the lives of 685 disadvantaged women in Malaysia. These women have received loans and started micro-enterprises with them. Based on our Impact Study conducted in 2015, on average each woman has seen an increase of 30% in their household income. We continue to support our beneficiaries by coaching them and providing them with additional skills training, entrepreneurship training, networking opportunities and events where they may sell their products. RM20,000 could fund 9-10 women entrepreneurs that are looking for 2nd term loans that will help expand their micro-businesses. Loans will be repaid by December 2018.  

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Malaysia

Children, Education, Poverty, Welfare, Women

100%

Raised So Far : MYR 20,000

Target : MYR 20,000

Campaign Ends : 30/04/2018

Support women rice farmers in Cambodia through loans that will impact their livelihoods!Studies show that when smallholder women farmers have control of their family's income, they spend 90% of it on their families, and their children's health and nutrition improves.The Cambodian Community Savings Federation (CCSF) understands this well. As 73% of the loans they provide support women, and 53% are for agriculture use. Education for their children is often cited as one of the biggest priorities for the families of their beneficiaries. These women want their children to have employment opportunities beyond farming.The farming businesses created by these women also helps strengthen the local economy through critical job creation. Women are important partners in farming. They help provide for the family. These are strong women, in strength and in spirit! They can inspire the next generation as well as other women in the community to work themselves out of the poverty cycle.This is a group loan for 5 Cambodian women farmers. We are raising USD5,000, to be repaid by June 2018.Help us empower mothers like Reatrey, a 28 year old who has been a farmer for 8 years, and have a 6 year old son; or Sineth Sao, a 36 year old, providing for 5 kids; or 34-year old Sokrana with 3 kids; or Mrs Hak Phin who is 55 and have farmed for over 20 years! There are many others that work non-stop and deserves this opportunity to build a better life for their families and local communities.  

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Cambodia

Poverty

1%

Raised So Far : USD 62

Target : USD 5,000

Campaign Ends : 31/12/2016

Small Loans Big Dreams! This group loan is to support 3 ladies that are working very hard to put themselves through university, in Jakarta. These ladies are focused on building a better future for themselves and are balancing their studies with full time jobs to pay for their university fees. Dewi, aged 24, works full time as an accounting staff in a private company. She is also putting herself through university for a degree in Business. She is taking a part-time course and attends classes every Saturdays. She is taking out a small loan of IDR10,000,000 (~USD770) to pay for her semester fee.   Nani, aged 39, sells herbal products online. She is married, but her husband is unemployed. She is the main breadwinner of the family. She is taking out a loan of IDR5,000,000 (~USD385) to pay for her university fees, where she is studying for a Business degree. She attends classes every Saturdays too. We have great admiration for her “never too late” attitude! Kartika, aged 27, works in an office. She is not married. She is taking out a loan of IDR6,000,000 (~USD460) for her university fees. She is also studying for a Business degree, and attends classes in the evenings and on Saturdays. Please help us change lives by supporting this loan. By offering easier access to educational loans, we are creating an impact that will crucially lead to positive changes and building better lives. Education and microfinance can be used in combination to alleviate poverty in Asia!  

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Indonesia

Education, Poverty, Social Welfare, Welfare, Women, Youth

Raised So Far : IDR 0

Target : IDR 21,000,000

Campaign Ends : 30/04/2017

A Mother's Dream. Ibu Anny, aged 53, is determined that her youngest son receives the university education he deserves. She is a single parent, and has brought up 2 sons. She make ends meet by selling keropok (deep fried crackers) on a small sidestreet stall. She is taking out a loan of IDR10,000,000 (~USD770) to pay for her son’s university semester fee. Ibu Anny's son is studying Economics and Management.Ibu Anny has borrowed from Surya Kencana in the past to start her small 'keropok' business. And she has paid back all her loans on time. She is often seen on her motorbike filled with packets of 'keropok' on the back! Please support Anny, and mothers like her, of fulfilling a proud dream of ensuring her child has the best opportunities in life, in spite of her own hardships.  

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Indonesia

Education, Poverty, Social Welfare, Welfare, Women, Youth

20%

Raised So Far : IDR 2,089,280

Target : IDR 10,000,000

Campaign Ends : 30/11/2016

Help us to empower women in Nepal create sustainable livelihoods through entrepreneurial endeavours.TECH Outreach Malaysia is launching Phase II of its Savings and Credit Scheme for Women Headed Households in Nepal. Following the success of our first pilot project, where we disbursed microcredit loans to 17 women and saw significant impact in their lives, we are raising RM40,000 to assist another 20 women break the poverty cycle. Please support us generously! This is a loan that will be repaid to you by March 2019.We first went into Nepal in May 2014 with the microcredit scheme. The 17 women that were selected for the loans had made tremendous progress. They repaid the loans on a weekly basis over a period of 18 months, at 0% interest. The women started small businesses involved in tailoring, food stall, tea shops, vegetable stalls, cosmetics, jewellery and handicrafts. We conducted an impact study in September 2015. The results were amazing, as the women who were once helpless and dependent on handouts, were now running their own businesses, faced with "real" business issues such as marketing, sourcing for customers, keeping their accounts and repaying their loans. Most of these women are either war widows or separated from their husbands, and have young children to support.The Story of Anu TamangWhen TECH Outreach first met her, Anu was separated from her husband for 4 years and lived with her 3 children in a rented single room in a remote monestry in Kathmandu. She was working as an ad-hoc construction worker, while her 9 year old daughter took care of the two younger siblings. She could barely make ends meet and could not afford to send her children to school nor ensured they received at least one meal a day.She received a small loan from TECH Outreach, of NPR50,000 (~MYR2,000) to set up a tea shop cum hotel. She was able to run her business while looking after her children. She worked very hard and ran the shop from 6am - 8pm. Business was good, and she was able to pay her bills, repay her loan fully and even start to save. The TECH Outreach team met Anu and her children again. Her kids looked happy and healthy. Seeing Anu's changed circumstances and demeanor was an inspiration to all in the team!Help us empower more women like Anu to build a better life for themselves and their families!   

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Malaysia

Children, Disaster Relief, Education, Humanitarian Aid, Poverty, Social We...

1%

Raised So Far : MYR 400

Target : MYR 40,000

Campaign Ends : 31/03/2017

Sineth is 36 years old, and farms in Thmor Korl District of Battambang Province. She has five kids, aged between 8 and 21 years who live with her. She is taking out a loan as working capital for her farm. She expects to pay the loan back within 12 months.Sineth has been farming rice on around 14 hectares of land to grow dry season rice. With dry-season rice, she can harvest the crops twice a year which yields around four tons per hectare for sale on market demand. The local trader will buy all of her crops from her home at harvest. She has used her own tractor to plough the land for over ten years, saving costs and increasing efficiency. As her farming activities has been stable, Sineth wants to improve her working capital by taking out a loan to purchase some seeds, insecticide, weed killer, commercial fertilizer, diesel for tractor and cover harvesting cost during collection of crops. She expects to pay loan back within 12 months.   

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Cambodia

Poverty

3%

Raised So Far : USD 50

Target : USD 1,250

Campaign Ends : 15/10/2016

Corporates ( 123 Results )

JEMS Character Academy is a learning centre that focuses on teaching character values to children of ages 2 to 12 in Hong Kong. We believe that our leaders of tomorrow not only need skills and knowledge, but also need to be equipped with a strong foundation in their character to excel, make the right choices and face challenges in their life. Excellent leaders are those with a strong sense of identify, have solid relationships with their family and friends and have a positive impact in our community.   

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BMW Group Malaysia is the representative of Bayerische Motoren Werke (BMW) AG in Malaysia with activities that cover the wholesale of BMW, BMW i, MINI and BMW Motorrad vehicles, spare parts and accessories as well as the overall planning of sales, marketing, after-sales, and other related activities in Malaysia. The organisation’s presence in the country includes its National Sales Centre (NSC) in Cyberjaya and BMW Assembly Facilities at the Kulim Hi-Tech Park, Kedah which supports the Malaysian region as well as the BMW Group Data Centre (GDC), BMW Group Regional Training Centre (RTC) in Cyberjaya and BMW Group Parts Distribution Centre (PDC) at the Free Industrial Zone of the Senai International Airport in Senai, Johor which supports 22 markets in the Asia-Pacific region. BMW dealership network covers 39 outlets in various cities in Malaysia.  

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Lamudi is a global online property portal focusing exclusively on emerging markets. Our mission is to connect sellers, buyers and tenants to easily buy, rent and sell homes, land, and commercial properties.Lamudi was originally founded by Rocket Internet in 2013. Since 2020 Lamudi is part of Emerging Markets Property Group (EMPG), one of the leading digital classifieds groups in the MENA, South Asia and Southeast Asia.  

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Children, Disability, Disaster Relief, Education, Emotional Support, Environment, Health, HIV & AIDS, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid, Medical & Health

Brahim's SATS Food Services Sdn. Bhd. (BSFS) is a Company under Brahim's Group which mainly focuses on airline catering - at an average, we produce approx. 50,000 meals per day. Based in KLIA, we are the single largest Halal kitchen in Malaysia.  

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Real Estate company since 1987 based in the french Alps located in the border with switzerland.  

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In conjunction with our Annual Anniversary Fundraiser we are joining forces with CrossFit Lah Athlete Gary to support Relate Malaysia Mental health is so important because it impacts all of us - whether personally and directly, or through our friends and family. through the Andean Challenge I hope to raise awareness of the work Relate  is progressing and raise funds to support two programme deliverables:1. Tailoring the Relate platform and depression screening tools to the Bahasa Melayu (‘Malay Language’) speaking community. There are limited mental health resources provided in Bahasa Melayu, the national language of Malaysia, which is spoken by over 70% of the population.2. Develop and roll out a culturally appropriate guided online self-help intervention programme for low to moderate depression/anxiety (modelled on IAPT programme in UK). This will double the capacity of a mental health professional and is a cost effective means of supporting more people in the community. All support for the organisation, whether financial or word of mouth is valued and appreciated. To give you an indication of how far your financial support can go we have provided a breakdown below:RM 30 – will help Relate give important mental health information booklets to 20 people.RM 120 will help Relate give a comprehensive mental health assessment to ensure someone receives the right diagnosis and treatment.RM 300 will help Relate to support someone with a mild mental health condition through our low intensity treatment program.RM 2,500 will help Relate to support 10 people with depression through our group therapy program.RM 20,000 will help Relate develop a depression awareness and screening program in Bahasa Melayu.RM 100,000 will help Relate develop a guided online self-help intervention programme.  

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Our commitment to improving society and the communities in which we live and work, has always been core to our values at KPMG. That is why our global approach to citizenship prioritizes Quality Education and Lifelong Learning. We believe that lifelong learning and education for all can help break the cycle of poverty and inspire the next generation of leaders - driving economic growth and prosperity in our generation and for generations to come. But we also understand that there are many other contributing factors. That is why KPMG is committed to Global Climate Response, as well as wider responsible business programs such as the SDG Industry Matrix, our support for the UN's Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and the inspiring programs member firms deliver to empower change in their communities.  

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Proceed to donate to HelmetsOn here:  https://www.simplygiving.com/event/helmetson  ---BFM is Malaysia's only independent radio station, focused on business news and current affairs.BFM's purpose is to build a better Malaysia by championing rational, evidence-based discourse as a key element of good policy decisions.BFM applies its discourse-based approach to other programming areas such as entrepreneurship, health, fashion, the arts, sports and music, as well as to its executive education initiative, The BFM-EDGE Education - A collaboration between two business media, The Edge and BFM Media, to advance Malaysia through education and entrepreneurship.BFM can be heard on frequency 89.9 MHz in Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, and parts of Negeri Sembilan and Melaka.Other ways to tune into BFM: Subscribe to iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/my/podcast/bfm-general/id1462599162iOS (iPhone) - www.bfm.my/appleAndroid - www.bfm.my/android  

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Children, Education, Youth

PAG is a leading Asia-focused investment firm, based in Hong Kong.  

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ERM has been assisting a wide range of clients to address environmental, health, risk and safety concerns in Malaysia since the mid 1980s and opened its first office in Kuala Lumpur in 1996, followed by the Miri office in 2007.  We now have a multi-disciplinary team of over 60 staff strategically located to provide local and international businesses in the region with balanced solutions for managing EHS liabilities. Our Malaysia based consultants have particular strengths working for the oil and gas sector, having successfully delivered a wide range of projects to key oil and gas majors investing in the Asia Pacific region. ERM’s Malaysia office is both an international and locally recognized EHS consultancy in Malaysia. Our operations are ISO 9001:2008 certified and we have established a Quality Management System to ensure service excellence in all our projects. The ERM Foundation was established in 1995 to enable ERM and its employees to provide grant funding and professional support for non-profit organisations and social enterprises that share our commitment to creating a more sustainable and equitable world. The main focus areas of ERM Foundation are shown as below:Conservation and BiodiversityEnvironmental EducationLow Carbon DevelopmentWater, Sanitation and HygieneEmpowering Women and Girls (Cross-cutting theme)  

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Animals, Education, Environment

Hays is the leading global specialist recruiting group. It is the expert at recruiting qualified, professional and skilled people worldwide.  

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Children

Clubs & Societies ( 29 Results )

Dear Reader, Many will say that slavery no longer exists, that the word is something confined to our history books, a reminder of past mistakes. However, just as history repeats itself, modern day slavery is a very real issue that the world faces today. The human trafficking industry is an enormous network that works discreetly, making it a complex and very difficult problem to tackle- and one that many people are unaware of.​When faced with such an immense problem, we asked ourselves one question: "What is it that we can do as as people with the privilege of having a voice, to empower those who have struggled so long without one?"Out of this question, Green Light was born - through the joint initiative of a group of female high school students looking to pursue meaningful change in the lives of those subject to systematic abuse and exploitation. We hope that through sharing our message, you can find your own way of answering that question in your heads, by considering how you can take part in the empowerment of the over 40 million victims of trafficking worldwide. We are always looking for partners in this journey, and hope that you will consider joining our collective fight against human trafficking in the region of Thailand!​- The Green Light TeamThe Hike for Freedom Anti-Trafficking CampaignIn our fight against trafficking in Thailand, Green Light is proud to present our Hike For Freedom, an anti-trafficking campaign developed to support vulnerable ethnic minority women at risk of trafficking and exploitation in Thailand. Through mobilising youth advocates, we will go on a trek for change! This campaign will be in collaboration with our partner organisation, the New Life Center Foundation, a non profit organisation located in the North of Thailand which aims to empower victims and those at risk of trafficking and exploitation within the Mekong sub-region through providing residences, education, capacity and job skills training for girls and young women looking to break out of the cycle of systematic abuse that they face. Initiated in 1987, the New Life Center Foundation has worked to provide legal, psychological, educational, and repatriation assistance to hundreds of girls and women from communities in need of assistance. They are a well established and widely recognised organisation that have worked in collaboration with partners including the Royal Thai Government and other international NGOs. The proceeds generated through Green Light's initiatives such as its Hike for Freedom will go towards funding programs run through the New Life Center to aid these young women in their education and capacity development. To learn more about the specific projects carried out by the NLCF, please visit the following link to view the New Life Center's 2018 annual impact report: https://issuu.com/kit.ripley/docs/nlcf_annual_report_2018_ebook1?e=34916395/70224208A Poem for ThoughtWhat is identity?Is it the way in which you see?Is it your goals, your aims, your unfinished destiny?Imagine, What if your identity was issued by decree. What is value?Is it the number of zeros on a price tag?Is it the worth of your car or your house or your clothes? What if that price tag was attached to your skin. What if that barcode was stamped on your face.What if you were a series of zeros, with a quantity but not an identity.  What if they told you,‘You are valuable but not valued.’What if they told you,‘We like what we see but we can’t see you’ What if you were a means to an end, but your end was meaningless.Because that’s who she is. To them, she is a series of zeroes, stripped of meaning. To her, she is a rope, frayed on the edges, tied in a noose.- Written by Aashna Kammila, 17 years old, Green Light Co-founder​  

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Bochog❤️U is the socio civic arm of Busog Lusog Bochog, a Filipino diner in Quezon City Philippines that provides free meals during disaster, calamities, and other crises in the country througj its own initiative and donation appeals.  

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Children, Welfare

TOGETHER WE GROW: The TU and UTP Way is a 14-days event which will be held in Songkhla, Thailand with the participation of 18 Civil Engineering students from UTP under great supervision of Dr Ena Bhattacharyya, Dr Siti Habibah Bt Shafiai and Dr Zulqarnain B Abu Bakar. The main objective of this program is to help the students of TU to create English active learning between the Thaksin students in term of communication and student involvement. Besides, this program is also to give them an insight on English is fun to learn and very important to practice it because English is our international language. Other than that, this program is also be leaving behind a meaningful yet valuable connection between UTP and TU students.  

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Finance And Banking Society (FABS) will organized the program “ Prodigy FABS” at  Asrama Kasih Yayasan Basmi Kemiskinan, Serendah, Selangor. The aim for this programme is to engage with the community around which is the orphans and to get know about their living while imparting humanity in students.  

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Omarian Aspirational International Synergy (OASIS) is the first mobility project developed under the auspices of Ungku Omar Residential College and currently on the 3rd Volume. Program under the Student Executive Council of Ungku Omar College serves as a platform for Ungku Omar Residential College students to participate in International Level Program.  

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Malaysia Animal Association (MAA) was founded in 10th July 2016 and officially approved as official association on 10th July 2017 by Department of Malaysia Association Registration. Our mission is to work, by all peaceful means for an end to animal cruelty and rescuing.This organization is a non profit organization run by Mr Arie Dwi Andika as a president and Mr Sharul Nizam as an activist leader supported by other volunteers. Major aims is to:1. To increase public awareness of the abused animals in the society.2. To educate public opinion to demand by lawful means, abolution of all animals on animals and other form of animal abused.3. To prevent explotation of animals. 4. To educate the public especially young people with a sense of moral responsibility towards animals.5. To spay, neuter, TNR (trap, neuter, return), pet adoption and no-kill programs.6. To open an Animal Sanctuary we can help over more strays and abandoned pets. 7. Therefore we are starting this fund raisiang campaign in hoping for your kind blessing and donation.8. So to achieve all those we are at MAA urge the public to be kind and gentle to animals and are way is to give back to pets in need by donating to MAA#savetheanimalsFor Malaysian you can donate your money to MAA Animal Care:RHB Bank Berhad21440000025648Any enquiries please visit www.animalmalaysia.com Or pls contact Mr Arie Dwi Andika at +6012-347 4838Or pls contact MAA Hotline at +6011- 2090 1097 or Fax No: +603- 62 599 300Any inquiries pls email to haiwanmalaysia@gmail.com  

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The Chemical Process Engineering Students' Society is a society for the students of Chemical Process Engineering students of the Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur. This student society have been actively participating and organizing events and activities for the students of this society as well as the community  

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A BTS's Rap Monster  Philippine Fan base  

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IKRAM Health is a health wing NGO of IKRAM Malaysia, whose members consist of those involved in the health industry. These include the Medical Doctors, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nurses, Medical Support and Health staffs, Hospitals and Clinics administrators and all who work in the health industry. IKRAM Health commits to build a healthy nation with rahmah (mercy) approach.  

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Taylor’s University Community Service Initiatives (C.S.I.) Volunteers is an official student body of Taylor’s University established in the year of 2012 and led by student volunteers. Under the guidance of our advisor, Ms. Laveenia from Life Skills Development, we aim to raise awareness on community needs and to provide a platform for every individual to reach out to those in need. In C.S.I., we believe that family is not just about the blood that we share but the bond and relationship that we build together with the people around us. We focus on youth engagement, answering the call of communities in need, and providing opportunities for university students to inculcate a sense of volunteerism and social responsibilities. Our vision is to instill civic-mindedness in the minds of every individual while being fueled by our values:Willingness, Empathy, Compassion, Accountability, Righteousness, and Enthusiasm (WECARE).  

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The World Youth Alliance - Laguna Chapter, simply known as WYA Laguna, is a provincial chapter of the World Youth Alliance, an international, non-governmental, non-profit youth organization, which advocates dignity as the basis of every human right. It works to understand the idea of the human person, in order to build a culture  that supports its advocacy. The organization has three main programs: Advocacy, Culture, and Education.  (For more information of the story of the chapter, just check the link below: https://www.wya.net/press-release/wyaap-opens-wya-laguna-chapter/)For more inquiries about our chapter, e-mail us at wyaaplagunachapter@gmail.com  

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Education, Human Rights, Youth

International Humanitarian Mission to Cambodia is a volunteering project that emphasize on four aspects of life which are education, health, infrastructure and entrepreneurship.The project will be held at Sihanoukville, Cambodia on 1-7 April 2017. The aim of this volunteering project is to provide an opportunity for the students to experience volunteering activities at the international level while learning the culture and uniqueness of the other countries. Besides,  this humanitarian mission aims to empower the lives of the communities there and bringing new hope to them through delivering aid in improving their life in aspects of education, health, infrastructure and entrepreneurship. In addition, this volunteering project strengthens the bond between the youths and develop their social skills. Thus, let's work together for the betterment of the people who really need our helps.We hope that you could give us full support in making this a reality. It's a great pleasure if you could sponsor us in making this event a reality. Together we bear this social responsibility! Thank you For sponsorship and donation, please contact :Najihah at 0124196943Najwa at 0139476762  For more information, do follow us at :Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MisiKemanusiaanKemboja/Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/misikembojaum/?hl=enEmail        : kemboja.sekrum@gmail.com  

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