Charities & Causes ( 1,387 Results )

Malaysia Federation of Deaf (MFD) is a self-help organization established by the Deaf Community. MFD is registered under The Registry of Societies Malaysia on 8th December 1997 and is a PSK that recognized by the Ministry of Social Welfare Malaysia. It consists of 14 state bodies and national, too. MFD was given mandate to represent the voice of the Deaf Community to fight for their rights and their needs in Malaysia. We also offer services needed by the Deaf a to ensure that they are able to live harmoniously with other citizens.  

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Disability

I saw an orange cat seemingly looking for food at the corner of the street where I live. I went home to get some cat food and went back to the corner street to give it something to eat. But upon closer look, I saw its right eyeball had popped out of the socket and blood was constantly dripping from its mouth. The cat seemed to be in great pain and disoriented as it did not appear to want to run away from the noise and chaos from the crowd in Binondo anymore (it is nearing the Lunar New Year celebrations so it is even busier than usual).   I gave it some dry food and it attempted to eat but it couldn't. I gave it some wet food instead and it started to lick the food, so I thought it still has a will to live but surely it will not survive on its own due to all the injuries it sustained.  I went back home to get a pet carrier and brought the cat the to nearest vet clinic. The x-rays showed is currently suffering from severe broken jaw, broken leg, and hernia from the intestine being pushed out.  The vet said it will need pain killers and to be put on drip first (as it is also severely dehydrated).   The pain must be unimaginable. Being a stray cat is already exhausting enough and this cat is just trying to live one day at a time without hurting or bothering anyone.  I cannot fathom how people can hit and injure a living creature and just run off without any guilt.   His condition needs to be stabilized before more tests can be done on him. Since I found him outside a store that sells chinese good luck charms, I named him Charo for now. I sincerely hope that some of the good luck from the store will help his survival rate.   

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Animals, Rescue

I am raising this fund for the purpose of keeping up with the huge amount of medical bills for my sister's furkid, Nori, a Shiba InuNori is a 7 years old black Shiba Inu turning 8 this March. She is a very special dog and she has a very unique personality. Nori loves her own space, but she doesn't mind if you come into her space, just like how she goes to yours! She doesn't make any noise when she wants a walk or wants to eat. She will just drop subtle hints by coming to your side, giving you a bit of stare, and waits patiently.On 13th January at 5am, Nori was sent to emergency care. It was discovered that she has a 7cm tumor growing outside the walls of her small intestine and she was actively losing a huge amount of blood in her body. She went through a major surgery and her tumor was surgically removed, but she soon struggled with post surgery infection, fall in blood count and platelets, and was in critical state. Her tumor turned out to be cancerous and malignant, and the vet said it was a matter of hours before we nearly lost her forever.Her medical cost racked up to a total of more than $15,000, and we are seeking for donations to help with managing the cost. We are continuing Nori's treatment and learning more about the severity of her condition as we go, so any bit would be a great help to Nori and our family. Nori is the sweetest Shiba Inu, she's a fighter and she is still fighting.Please, pray for Nori 🐶🖤  

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Animals

Founded by Datuk Nicol David and Mariana de Reyes, the organisation was launched in June 2022 and based in Bukit Jalil. The objective is to empower girls and boys through sport and education. For this we created the “Little Legends” programme that supports B40 and M40 children with an after-school programme that includes: Squash training, English tutoring and life-skill workshops. The children entering the programme will be selected from public schools pertaining the areas of Bukit Jalil and Sri Petaling. To support parents financially, the programme is subsidised to allow everyone and anyone to join. The entry point will be for children 8 years old and they will have a 5-year journey in the programme until they enter secondary.  

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Education, Social Welfare, Sport & Leisure

Hello friends.I am a feeder in Kuala Lumpur. I feed stray dogs and cats regularly. I would like to raise funding for this to continue my feeding work. You can follow me on Instagram to see my past feeding work,https://instagram.com/peoplelikeuscare?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=  

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Animals

We are Selamatkan Yaki (Indonesian for ‘Save the Sulawesi crested black macaques’), a research, conservation and education programme focused on a charismatic black macaque species, known as the yaki (Macaca nigra). Sadly, these endemic primates have had massive population declines, with estimates as high as 80% within the last 40 years and are now Critically Endangered according to the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, and even appear on the Top 25 most endangered primates list. Through the collaboration between national and international stakeholders, we have built a solid foundation for the conservation of this unique species. These include local communities, NGOs, the tourism industry, the media, scientists, politicians and government officials amongst others. Raising awareness and fostering positive attitudes towards wildlife represents the first steps towards positive behavioural change, the central motivation of our programme. This includes sharing information and local knowledge with local communities, government bodies and universities in the form of participatory events, conservation forums, distribution of education materials and creating ambassadors for the yaki – role models for social change. The species is steadily becoming recognised with pride as a valuable flagship, highlighting the diversity of the flora and fauna in North Sulawesi.  

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Animals, Environment

•DIVEHEART MALAYSIA WITH OKU SCUBA DIVERS Program. •The year 2021 holds a special place in the heart of all Malaysians including Diveheart Malaysia as we reflect all our challenges in transforming Malaysia into a thriving, multi-cultural and dynamic country to include the Special Person with Disability PWD/OKU Community. •Diveheart is a Non-Profit Organization and the purpose of Diveheart is to provide and support educational scuba diving programs that are open to any child, adult or veteran with a disability, with the hope of providing both physical and psychological therapeutic value to that person. •With the program, we’ve discovered the forgiving, weightless wonder of the water column which provides the perfect gravity-free environment for those who might otherwise struggle on land. With Water Therapy, Underwater, we’re all equal. Diveheart Malaysia is managed by Kids Scuba•Kids Scuba is a PADI 5 Star Youth Education Award Dive Center Located at Tropicana Golf & Country Club TGCR Damansara. •Established as a small Scuba School for Kids in 2004 and operated at  Maybank training and sports center swimming pool in Bangi, just 30 minutes’ drive from Kuala Lumpur, •We conduct full scuba courses from a 1-day Scuba Discovery course for beginners specializing for kids, teenagers, Orphan and Disabled Youth at Tropicana Golf & Country Resort Damansara & Tropicana Aman .   •At Kids Scuba, we emphasizes for a family environment program as we conduct the PADI Junior Open Water Course for teenagers to Open Water course for parents and adults. •We also conduct special scuba courses for Orphan youth aged from 18- 22 years old and we conduct special Scuba Courses for Disabled Youth with the DiveHeart program to experience the underwater world with the PADI certification.   

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Disability, Health, Medical & Health, Sport & Leisure, Youth

Let's help Tin fight and overcome her battle!!!On March 3, 2022, Tin experienced epigastric pain relieved with defecation and flatus. There was one episode of vomiting. This prompted us to rush her to the hospital. She was given several IV pain relievers which offered no relief.THE DIAGNOSISOn March 7, 2022, ultrasound was done and revealed stones in the bile duct. We were then referred to De La Salle University Medical Center in Dasmariñas, Cavite for further evaluation.After a month of several consultations and laboratory tests - ultrasound, CT scan, colonoscopy, and biopsy, she was diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer (Adenocarcinoma Colon with Metastases in Liver and Lungs).THE FIRST BATTLEApril 19, 2022, she was admitted to DLSUMC. Several tests were conducted before the operation. Based on the blood tests, doctors said that she has low hemoglobin count. Thus, blood transfusion was needed before, during, and after operation.April 21, 2022, she had a surgery called left hemicolectomy. This involved removal of a part of her colon to remove the tumor found inside it as it is obstructing her bowel movement.The operation went well, and she was able to recover. Praise the Lord! And for everyone that has helped our family in many different forms, we can't thank you all enough. Our gratitude to all of you for your kindness and generosity.On April 29, 2022, she was finally discharged from the hospital and was allowed to continue recovering at home.THE SECOND BATTLESeveral days after Tin was discharged, we noticed that her post-operative wound was starting to open, accompanied by tenderness and yellowish discharge in the drain.On May 6, 2022, we went to the Wound Care clinic in DLSUMC as scheduled, and wound dehiscence was noted, hence she was advised for admission again.During her readmission, conservative management was initiated and wound flushing was done. The application of vacuum assisted with negative pressure wound therapy and IV antibiotics were also done.After eleven days, she was cleared for discharge. Home medications and wound care instructions were given.THE CONTINUOUS BATTLETin is a grade school teacher at DLSU-IS. She is currently on indefinite leave and is undergoing chemotherapy to prevent the cancer cells from spreading. On May 28, 2022, she started her first chemotherapy cycle and will continue to undergo more cycles to prevent the cancer cells from spreading. Her doctor said it would take eight cycles, but it would still depend on the reaction of the cancer cells and her body.Through God's grace and your prayers, she was able to finish eight (8) cycles from May to November 2022.According to her oncologist, as per her latest CT Scan result, the cancer cells are stable in size and number but are no longer responding to the previous medicine. She has to continue the chemotherapy with a new treatment regimen.Since Tin was hospitalized, she has not been able to work to cover her medical finances. She has tried her best to power through her illness for the sake of herself and her family.Because of the high cost and demands of her condition, we aim to continue raising funds for her chemotherapy. We humbly knock at your generous hearts seeking financial assistance to support her medical needs as our resources are not sufficient enough to cover her treatment and expenses. Any amount of donation would be greatly appreciated.You may not know her, but please do also pray for her healing as she fights this battle.Thank you in advance, and may God return the favor to you a thousandfold! God Bless you all!𝐒𝐇𝐄 𝐂𝐀𝐍 𝐒𝐔𝐑𝐕𝐈𝐕𝐄!#𝐟𝐢𝐠𝐡𝐓𝐈𝐍𝐠𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐛𝐢𝐠𝐂Proverbs 11:25A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.  

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Cancer, Health, Medical & Health

We (Leanne, Terrance, Rolandez, Hellvydea, Jesselyn) at the YouthPREP Centre need your help to make our efforts go even further! Help us put efforts into  conversations that matter. We are hoping to raise RM 5,000 to help keep student’s stomachs filled because no one learns effectively when they are hungry! Please consider giving a gift of RM30 during this Season of Giving and we thank you in advance for your generosity and support!  

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Mental Health, Poverty, Youth

Ling Kwang Home for Senior Citizens (LKHSC) is a non-profit organisation which was first established in 1983. We have 350-beds, run by full-time professionals providing residential nursing care, day care as well as Integrated Home and Day Care (IHDC) services to the elderly regardless of their race or religion. At LKHSC, we believe in holistic care. Our model of care encompasses not just meeting medical and functional needs. It also includes catering for the psychosocial, pastoral and spiritual well-being of our residents and clients. Our residents and clients are cared for by multi-disciplinary teams that include nurses, medical doctors, allied healthcare professionals and ancillary staff.  Your generous donation and support will help us better our care and services for our elderly residents and clients.  The LKHSC corporate slogan is: 'We love to serve and serve with love', and we sincerely hope that you will support us in doing what we love by giving generously!  

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Elderly

I’ve been a cheerleader for the past 5 years, and truly love it. Cheerleading helps me express myself and define who I am as a person. Cheer has taught me not only determination, but how to balance everything, from sports, school and to managing high grades. My journey as a cheerleader started at the age of 8 when I joined a competitive cheerleading team in 2018. I was first placed in the junior team. My term with the junior was just for a short while. After several competitions, my talent was noticed before I was recognized by my coaches and upgraded to the senior team. My hard work and determination to do well paid-off. 2020 – The Pandemic. Life as a cheerleader went on for me. Being under lockdown never changed my interest and determination to do well. I carried on with online cheer trainings and joined several national online competitions. It was a great challenge but I kept the spirit going and never failed to live my passion. Back in 2021, physical trainings were allowed and I went back on track and this time to greater heights. I was chosen to be the Team Captain for my cheerleading club (season 2022/2023). This greatest reward came with a lot of tears, pain, failures, pushing myself to limits, physical strength challenges and once again the determination to bring the team up as national champions. Since 2018 to date, I have competed in many competitions and never failed to nail a spot in the top three in every competition. In 2019, my team participated in the Asia Cheer Invitational Championship held in Singapore. We brought home the Champion and the Runner-up title with much pride and joy. This year, In September 2022 the we in the Asian International Cheer Challenge held in Bangkok, Thailand. We proved to the world that the pandemic was not an excuse but it was a journey that made our come back stronger. We claimed the Champion title once again at Asian level. Recently, the Cheerleading Association of Malaysia conducted auditions in search for Team Malaysia Cheerleading group. I underwent the strenuous journey and finally made it to the team. The team have qualified into the World Cheerleading Championship 2023 being held in Orlando, USA. Words can’t express my gratefulness to God, my parents for their endless sacrifices and the biggest credit to my most talented and dedicated cheer coaches since day one of my journey. I’m looking forward to creating history in my life with the skills and knowledge in this sports that I carry to the world stage.  

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Sport & Leisure

Master David Christopher was a profound taekwondo instructor back in secondary school, Sekolah Seri Puteri Kuala Lumpur/Cyberjaya. He had built and trained many taekwondo martial artists from our school. He was a devoted and passionate taekwondo instructor who never failed to see the potential in each of his students. He also had inspired most of his students not just as martial artist but also in life. It was devastating to hear about his passing earlier this year and he left behind a widow, Ms Sharon Sharimela with three children who are still studying age 17, 14 and 10.Since it is already December, that means Christmas is around the corner and this would be Master David's family's first time celebrating this big celebration without the pillar of the family. Therefore, with this gift we hope it could bring a little joy to the family during this Christmas. It is also our way to pay respect to Master David and appreciate all his teachings.We are planning to raise fund from his ex taekwondo students as well as teachers and other students who happened to know him during his time at school.Thank you.  

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Emotional Support

Personal Fundraisers ( 2,193 Results )

India is going through a deadly COVID-19 inflicted crisis.Last week, an average of over 300,000 NEW cases per day were reported in India. With many more cases going unreported and an overwhelmed system that cannot keep up, the scale of which COVID-19 has ravished India is devastating to witness.To give you a scale of the urgency of donations required, UNICEF India has provided the following breakdowns:For RS 25,000 (MYR 1,393 / USD 338) x 533 donors = One Oxygen generation plantFor RS 12,500 (MYR 697 / USD 169) x 130 donors = One RT-PCRWith a healthcare system at breaking point, India is in desperate need of Thermal scanners, RT-PCR testing machines, nasal cannulas, oxygen concentrators, and oxygen generation plants.  Let's do this for our colleagues, family, friends, and all those in India. All funds will be channelled to UNICEF India.  

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Malaysia

Disaster Relief

102%

Raised So Far : MYR 20,571

Target : MYR 20,000

Campaign Ends : 5/31/2021

New Updates 20 March 2022The house is done renovation and the family is safely moved in. (New update picture in the galleries) Updates 1July 2021At 80%, the renovation of the Chin family’s house is nearing completion! Progress was delayed due to the ongoing MCO, but rest assured, the team is working hard and trying their best to speed up the process so that the Chin family can move in as soon as possible!Hi there!First and foremost, thank you for taking time out of your day to read about this campaign. I’m Lansson and I have a story to share with you.FYI – All the proceeds from this website will go directly to the Chin Family’s account. Kindly refer to photos above for account details. (Name: Koo Yok Kion / Mrs Chin – Bank Acc No.: 5015489028 PBB)YouTube Video of the House Overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RT7Biv9UJoThe Volunteer Renovation CompanyBusiness Name: Scale Space WorksBusiness Registration No.: 002965645-APerson-in-Charge: Ong Xing Kai (012-3953699)The BackstoryIt all started when I was trying to sell off a used refrigerator. An acquaintance mentioned that one of his staff needed a new refrigerator but was unable to afford one. I decided to just give it away to the family. When I went over to deliver it, I was shocked by what I saw, even from the outside. I asked if the family would allow me to take a look inside their house as the movers carried the refrigerator in. We then had a short chat.The FamilyMrs Chin (Koo Yok Kion), 53, works as a kitchen helper and earns just over RM40 a day. She rides to work on a bicycle as the old Proton Saga in the driveway is beyond repair. She works in order to support her husband, now 63, and young son, soon turning 13. Mr Chin used to work as a factory worker, but after having a stroke years ago, he has since developed problems with his vision and now requires a walking stick to get around. Mr Chin has been unable to find another job at a factory since. Their son, Ming, will be starting secondary school next year and is a straight-A student. Both father and son have biscuits or noodles for lunch when Mrs Chin is at work during the weekdays. In the evening, Mrs Chin brings home leftover rice and a simple dish from the restaurant or two boxes of takeaway mixed rice shared between the three of them. With barely enough money for themselves after paying the bills and Mr Chin’s hypertension medication, it was unlikely that they would be able to save enough money to fix the house in any capacity.The BuildingA front door hanging off its hinges. Wooden walls ravaged by termites. A rusty tin roof with large sections blown away over the years. Water gets in when it rains, as mould-ridden stains mark the ceiling throughout the house. In some rooms, planks of wood are positioned as makeshift support beams to keep the roof from falling, but parts of the house were already crumbling. Last year, Ming had been infected with dengue, possibly a result of all the openings to the outside throughout the house and windows without netting, exposing the family to mosquitos.The Follow-upI visited the Chin family a week later to help the family move and dispose of all broken and unused items from the house with a group of friends. One of them was a contractor who, after going through the house, said that one section could be renovated and be made safe to live in as it had stable concrete walls. The rest of the house was unsalvageable. However, while he was willing to do the renovation at cost price, he would not be able to bear the full expense. This is where I come to you, dear reader, to perhaps consider contributing towards the renovation cost. Ultimately, what we hope to achieve is to provide the Chin family a safe space to live in.This building might look like a house, but will you help us make it a home? Recent ConcernsSince starting this campaign, we have received questions regarding the house and land ownership. Please be assured that we are also working together with legal advisors who are willing to help pro bono, so the Chin family may continue to stay on this piece of land. With regards to house ownership, it was passed down from Mr Chin’s grandmother to himself and his brother. However, around 20 years ago, Mr Chin’s brother had passed away. His then sister-in law remarried soon after and changed her and her children’s last name. There was one day when Mr Chin’s sister paid a visit, but only to ask for a share of the land. Mr Chin requested that she change back her children’s last name to Chin before discussing any further, but she declined this request. She has since never visited the Chin family again and has decidedly moved on. While this story has its fair share of family drama, at the end of the day, our main priority is to help provide a safe living space for the Chin family.  

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Malaysia

Children, Elderly, Environment

101%

Raised So Far : MYR 65,755

Target : MYR 65,000

Campaign Ends : 3/31/2021

Ruck, Catherine, Andy and Matt are going to attempt to complete the 100km MacLehose Trail in Hong Kong on February 5th. 100km feels quite a long way - especially when matched with over 4,366m elevation - similar to that of hiking from sea level to the Matterhorn in the Alps! We will complete the full 100km together, starting early morning on February 5th 2021 and finishing in the early hours of the next day. Charities and those whom rely on their generosity have been some of the hardest hit due to Covid-19. So we are raising funds for 2 local charities in Hong Kong, Mind HK and Mother's Choice, that are close to our hearts, with donations raised split equally between them. We are hugely grateful for any contributions people feel comfortable giving. According to Mind HK's research (September 2020) , over 50% of Hong Kong residents believe their mental worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic . Money raised through this campaign will support the translation and adaptation of resources on mental health during COVID-19. This is to ensure we can get timely and relevant information to individuals to help them manage their mental health through the pandemic.The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has also created a large hole in Mother's Choice traditional fundraising activities. It will continually need funds to keep its doors open to support those who need help most - vulnerable children without families and pregnant teenagers in HK. We want to support Mother's Choice vision, which is "to see every child in a loving family".  Funds donated here will also be used to purchase mosquito repellent machines, and cots with mattresses for their Child Care Home.  Thank you for supporting our fundraising challenge!NB:  If your donation is matched by Goldman Sachs, please forward the GS Matching Gift Program confirmation email to cheryl@simplygiving.com, so that we can add it to the Total Raised. Thank you.  

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Hong Kong

Children, Mental Health, Social Welfare, Youth

112%

Raised So Far : HKD 337,522

Target : HKD 300,000

Campaign Ends : 2/15/2021

What a year it has been for us artists. As the coronavirus continues to spread, our life as an artist has been officially cancelled.Although it has hit us hard, we will never give up on performing. Digital, virtual, live or hybrid they call it, we strive to make a difference through music. So, Malaysians, what are you doing this New Year’s Eve?No plans yet?Join us at a virtual concert honouring struggling artists and arts community hit by the devasting pandemicTune in on https://m.facebook.com/endanghyderpage/ and if you like what you see and hear, help us to make a difference in our lives by donating directly to SimplyGiving, a crowdfunding platform https://www.simplygiving.com/appeal/usher-2021-with-us All your support will go a great mile to show us we are in this together.Though this effort, we hope to raise RM50,000.All proceeds will go directly to us artists.Let’s make a difference together.So, join us in bidding 2020 goodbye and welcoming 2021! Viewing links (no tickets required): • Endang Hyder FB Page: https://m.facebook.com/endanghyderpage/ • Nizal & Co FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/NizalCo/videos/429011901445783/• Yayasan Hasanah FB Page: FB LIVE https://www.facebook.com/yhasanahmy/ Admission is free. #supportlocalarts #virtualconcert #liveathome See you all soon!Thank you, Malaysians. Warm Regards,Usher in 2021 Artists  

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Malaysia

Arts

9%

Raised So Far : MYR 4,731

Target : MYR 50,000

Campaign Ends : 1/31/2021

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

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

I saw an orange cat seemingly looking for food at the corner of the street where I live. I went home to get some cat food and went back to the corner street to give it something to eat. But upon closer look, I saw its right eyeball had popped out of the socket and blood was constantly dripping from its mouth. The cat seemed to be in great pain and disoriented as it did not appear to have the energy to run away from the noise and chaos from the crowd in Manila Chinatown anymore (it is nearing the Lunar New Year celebrations so it is even busier than usual).I gave it some dry food and it attempted to eat but it couldn't. I gave it some wet food instead and it started to lick the food, so I thought it still has a will to live but surely it will not survive on its own due to all the injuries it sustained. I went back home to get a pet carrier and brought the cat the to nearest vet clinic. The x-rays showed is currently suffering from severe broken jaw, broken leg, and hernia from the intestine being pushed out. The vet said it will need pain killers and to be put on drip first (as it is also severely dehydrated).The pain must be unimaginable. Being a stray cat is already exhausting enough and this cat is just trying to live one day at a time without hurting or bothering anyone. I cannot fathom how people can hit and injure a living creature and just run off without any guilt.His condition needs to be stabilized before more tests can be done on him. Since I found him outside a store that sells chinese good luck charms, I named him Charo for now. I sincerely hope that some of the good luck from the store will help his survival rate.  

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Philippines

Animals, Rescue

Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 40,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2023

Sakura was rescued from the streets on 12 June 2022 after suffering head trauma from an accident. It was very likely that she had a bad fall where she face planted. Due to the accident, she fractured her jaw down the middle and in the back, lost her ability to see on both eyes, had a severe cleft palate, infection in her mouth, extensive damage of her nasal turbinates, some teeth fracture, and was anaemic. 
She stayed in the ICU for around 2 weeks, where in the first couple of days, she showed signs of sepsis, ie low blood pressure and fever. She had on-and-off fever, was draining a lot from her mouth and nose due to trauma which led to an infection, and had diarrhea from her medications. We also had to put in an esophageal feeding tube as she could not eat on her own due to her fractured jaw and the cleft palate. 
During her stay at the hospital, Sakura proved to be very sweet, affectionate, and trusting. Her vet team also discovered her rather sassy personality. For example, she would be very expressive of her displeasure, ie tearing up the wee pads or crying out loud to get attention or wacking other warded cats in the head if they got too close to her. She was very vocal, loved her cuddles, and captured the hearts of her vet team.Apart from stablising her vitals, there were also long-term considerations for Sakura's care needs. When her vision did not return 2 weeks after the accident, I was told to be prepared that she would be a blind cat for life. There was also the issues of her jaw fracture, which was located in an area that wasn't easily fixed, and was left to heal out of place - leading to malocclusion (upper and lower sets of teeth being out of alignment). This would require dental work in the future to extract her canines and molars which might obstruct each other or puncture her mouth. These would affect her ability to eat and close her mouth fully (which is important to prevent infections).

On 21 July, Sakura had a hernia repair surgery - it was likely that the accident or a previous mishap caused some of her tissues in her abdomen to be pushed out of place.

On 1 Aug, Sakura threw out her feeding tube and we decided to let her eat on her own and manage the rhinitis due to her cleft palate (food goes into her nose from her mouth).

On 26 Aug, after spending 70 days in the hospital, Sakura was discharged for home care.

On 7 Nov, Sakura had her first teeth extraction procedure where we had 3 teeth extracted. One of her top canines was puncturing her bottom gum and dislodging her bottom canine.

On 16 Jan, Sakura had another teeth extraction with a dental specialist where she had 8 teeth extracted to improve her malocclusion. It was a 4-hour long anesthetic procedure.

Today, Sakura is resting from her long dental procedure that went smoothly. She is back home with me, a little stressed and disoriented, and having some bladder discomfort (frequent peeing and blood) potentially due to a bladder inflammation caused by stress. 

Apart from that, Sakura has largely put behind her past trauma, she lives very comfortably indoors now. Her cleft palate has healed significantly (there is still a small hole) and she still requires daily nebulisation and nose drops to prevent nasal complications. While she is blind, she has no issues navigating. She is also extremely affectionate, sassy, and loves her cuddle time. 

In three weeks, she might need to have the sutures in her mouth removed. And in 3 months time, we would need to review whether she needs another extraction procedure to remove her remaining molars. I am fundraising to partially cover her past vet bills and future ones. Because of Sakura's head trauma and its extensive consequences, her vet bills were really high, coming up to about RM14,223.20, and this was more than I could manage alone. I was previously able to raise RM1068.56 and now I am humbly asking my community to help contribute further towards her funds.

Thank you so much for reading about Sakura's brave journey. 

To follow Sakura's journey or my other rescue work on Instagram: @_gentlehouseSpecial thanks to Sakura's vet team who showered her with love and care, and literally brought her back to life and comfort during her toughest days. Also much gratitude to April, Ann, Eunice, Nezo, Pei, Audi, Kaima, and Reshpreet for contributing towards Sakura's bill back in August and September. I feel so indebted to the kindness and support of others, without which I wouldn't be able to help animals in need.  

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Malaysia

Animals

45%

Raised So Far : MYR 2,749

Target : MYR 6,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2023

Nori is a 7 years old black Shiba Inu turning 8 this March. She is a very special dog and she has a very unique personality. Nori loves her own space, but she doesn't mind if you come into her space, just like how she goes to yours! She doesn't make any noise when she wants a walk or dinner. She would just drop subtle hints by coming to your side, giving you a bit of stare, and waiting patiently.On 13th January at 5am, Nori was sent to emergency care. It was discovered that she has a 7cm tumor growing outside the walls of her small intestine and she was actively losing a huge amount of blood in her body. She went through a major surgery and her tumor was surgically removed, but she soon struggled with post surgery infection, fall in blood count and platelets, refusing to eat and was in critical state for several days. Her tumor turned out to be cancerous and malignant, and the vet said it was a matter of hours before we nearly lost her forever. She was hospitalised for 7 days, and fought for life every single day.Her medical cost racked up to a total of more than $15,000 (and still growing), and we are seeking for donations to help with managing the cost. We are continuing Nori's treatment and learning more about the severity of her condition as we go, so any bit would be a great help to Nori and our family. Nori is the sweetest Shiba Inu, she's a fighter and she is still fighting.Please, pray for Nori 🐶🖤  

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Singapore

Animals

Raised So Far : SGD 0

Target : SGD 13,000

Campaign Ends : 6/30/2023

Hello friends.I am a feeder in Kuala Lumpur. I feed stray dogs and cats regularly. I would like to raise funding for this to continue my feeding work. You can follow me on Instagram to see my past feeding work,https://instagram.com/peoplelikeuscare?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=  

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Malaysia

Animals

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 1,000

Campaign Ends : 2/15/2023

Social Enterprises ( 87 Results )

We are a water technology company working to bring clean drinking water for everyone, everywhere. Years of dedicated research has resulted in an advanced water technology which is shaping a better future for millions of people. At its core, H2GO systems use the latest and most advanced British nanotechnology, the science of working with atoms and molecules. By using NanoCarb filter cartridges, water is filtered down to a microscopic 15 nanometers, whereas the size of the smallest virus is 20nm. Our technology filters out ALL viruses, bacteria, cysts and parasites from contaminated water sources converting it into sterile drinking water. Since 2013, H2GO has enabled access to clean drinking water to more than 1.7 million people locally and globally. Many of these sites are in the deepest part of the countries and are only accessible via small boats. The journey takes up hours of travel by river therefore authorities find it almost impossible to provide piped and treated water to these communities with high cost and logistics being the main stumbling blocks. Thus, our solution is safe, sustainable and cost-effectiveIn the pursuit of fulfilling the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 6 of ensuring the availability of water and sanitation for all, we work towards empowering people in need with these life-changing resources – giving women hope, children health and families a bright future.  

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Environment, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid

INTRODUCTIONPlay Unlimited is a pioneer social enterprise that aims to utilize play in facilitating community building as well as the nurturing of one’s overall sense of well-being. We inspire people in inclusive and creative play for life (from early childhood to adulthood).Registered Company Name : PLAY UNLTD PLTCompany Registration Number : LLP0016444-LGNType of Organisation: Social EnterpriseWebsite URL : www.playunlimited.coEmail: connect@playunlimited.co VISION (Why we do what we do)Enabling a Circular Economy for toy recycling in support of play for all.We aim to create a Circular Economy for the toy industry in Malaysia that connects manufacturers, distributors, purchasers (public) and plastic recycling stakeholders who have excess stock, returns or preloved toys. Play Unlimited will collect, clean, sort, repack these items in order for them to be sent to marginalised communities that have little or no access to toys and learning materials for their children, preschools or schools (SDG 10 & SDG 17). Thus, reducing inequalities in early childhood care and education.This will also prevent at least 100 tonnes of toys (90% of which are difficult to recycle PVC) from ending up in the landfills. Thus, creating a safer and healthier environment for all, while providing toys and play materials to enable an environment of positive social-emotional development for at-risk children.The name of this visionary project is the Re:Play project (“Recycle For Play” project) - which involves creating a nationwide network of Toy Recycling Hubs, Toy Shoppes and Toy Libraries with our community and nonprofit partners.MISSION (What we do)To inspire people to enable inclusive and creative play for life.STRATEGY (How we do what we do)We Recycle, Restore, Repurpose and Redistribute toys to enable play.METHODOLOGYEstablish Re:Play Toy Recycling Hubs that collect and re-purpose preloved toys and play materials from the public, toy suppliers, schools and companies nationwide.Re-sell a portion of the toys collected through the Re:Play Toy Shoppes for sustainable income to fund the setting up of community toy libraries, childcare centers and safe spaces at an affordable cost.Set up Community Toy Libraries to provide play services and toy library services for parents.Develop a system to monitor impact and to collect data on the toy industry on the amount of toys in the landfills or on recycled toys.HOW FUNDS WILL BE UTILISEDFunds raised through this SimplyGiving online platform will be utilised in supporting the work in our existing Re:Play Toy Recycling Hubs and Toy Libraries which include (but not limited to) the following: Jom Play Toy Library @ Idaman Damansara Damai, Selangor (PPR Flats )Re:Play Toy Library @ Karen Refugee Learning Centre Pudu, Kuala LumpurI-Play Toy Library @ Sg Tiang Belum Rainforest, Gerik, PerakI-Play Toy Library @ Sg Kejar Belum Rainforest, Gerik, PerakI-Play Toy Library @ Kg Semelor, Gerik, Perak I-Play Toy Library @ Kg Desa Damai, Gerik, PerakRe:Play Toy Library@ Jakun Community Group, Pekan, Pahang    Re:Play Toy Library @ Pusat Aktiviti Warga Emas (PAWE), Matunggong, Sabah Re:Play Toy Library @ PDK Kudat, SabahRe:Play Toy Library @ PDK Matunggong, Sabah  

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Children, Education, Elderly, Environment, Humanitarian Aid, Mental Health, Refugees, Social Welfare, Welfare, Women, Youth

CEO Canteen (also known as Inspiring Social Enterprise Sdn. Bhd.) is an impact-driven social enterprise that aims to provide employment opportunities for differently-abled and marginalized communities by uplifting their skills and talents.Established in July 2021, we have successfully employed five people with disabilities to join our catering business. Each meal is professionally made to bring you joy!With our mission, we hope to raise awareness and urge the public to provide equal opportunities to our disabled community.  

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Disability, Welfare

Kembara Kitchen was founded in 2015 and has been providing great food for victims and first responders during disaster relief operations throughout Malaysia. In addition, proceeds from our catering kitchen have funded our projects for marginalised families, old folks homes and orphanages around Malaysia.   

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Children, Disaster Relief, Elderly, Humanitarian Aid, Poverty

CoralKu is a research-driven coral restoration and conservation enterprise. We focus on enhancing coral reef health through ecosystem restoration, scientific research and environmental consultancy.   

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Environment

UPDATE : 14/07 Canadian, Finnish, Dutch, Manulife, Colliers will experience hand-biking first hand. Join us - https://www.cancham.org/event/?eid=2941UPDATE : 09/07 Come join Training #2 UPDATE : 06/07 Lululemon agreed to support our Disable+Able-bodied Team K2K ! UPDATE : 28/06 Naeem, our Pakistani correspondent flew over to liaise with Pakistani clubs!UPDATE : 20/06 Training #1 over 350km cycled - we lost count how many joined us over 48hrs https://fb.watch/ecCyhbWgPo/UPDATE : 01/06 This page officially launchedASF https://www.ajmalsamuelfoundation.com promotes diversity and inclusion especially though physical engagement among the disabled and able bodied. Ajmal Samuel, the founder,  is a prominent entrepreneur, national level sculling athlete and, for the past 35 years, a paraplegic. He is also totally into endurance sports! Following an amazing 'Krakin' thru China' fundraiser ride in 2019, that covered 2,315.17 km over 37 days, and in which Ajmal, along with other disabled riders, as well as with the able bodied, rode from Beijing to Mohe, a border town near the China-Russia border...Ajmal wants to do something similar again! So now we have the Kashgar 2 Karachi (K2K) endurance ride. In August this year, Ajmal and his team will hand-bike 31 days for more than 3,000km, from Kashgar, China to Karachi. Just as with the ‘Krakin’ ride, the riders will once again engage with local communities, disability associations and other help groups on every stop. They will once again share the inclusive message that disability is not about what one cannot do, but rather, it is about how together, challenges can be overcome. Videos and personal testimonies of those who took part will be the highlight! Ajmal and the team will also host workshops, camp fires, and other events where they will share their stories, and encourage both the disabled and the able bodied to leave stereotypes behind, embrace positivity and be active! K2K, like the ‘Krackin’ Trip is to build awareness for what disabled athletes, along with many others, can actually accomplish, while also giving back to the community. What the team learnt is that this is not just about overcoming physical challenges, but it is actually about sharing the feat with others: it is incredibly moving and inspiring, and even spiritually fulfilling for everyone involved. YOU can participate in this crazy ride too. You can witness their efforts online and help us FUNDRAISE ONLINE too. Funds raised will be earmarked for Direction Association for the Handicapped (DAH) https://www.4limb.org/en/. DAH is the ASF's beneficiary of choice as their mission and values closely align with that of the ASF. Since 1986, while they built a platform where members practiced the spirit of mutual-help and information sharing so members could re-integrate back into the broader community, they never stopped promoting physical activity amongst the wheelchair bound. This is exactly what ASF is striving for -- just take a look at the pictures below! It is no surprise that in 2022, DAH was named a partner in a HK$10million charitable program by the AIA Foundation.With another successful fundraising event, the Ajmal Samuel Foundation (ASF) plans to make this a signature annual project of the foundation. Who knows where and how far Ajmal and the team will go next year, or the year after, or even after that … The Ajmal Samuel Foundation (ASF) aims to make an impact fundraising for worthy charities and support a global effort to spread the message of inclusion for both the physically challenged and able bodied. It’s not just about being physical together, it is about setting achievable targets, going at it together for that noble, common cause --- anything is possible, together! Being disabled does not mean you do not get to enjoy life any less or achieve any lesser feats.  

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Chronic Illness, Disability, Education, Emotional Support, Health, Medical & Health, Mental Health, Social Welfare, Sport & Leisure, Welfare, Youth

DID MY Academy is an Accredited Social Enterprise acknowledged by the Government of Malaysia. Our Vision is to See PWDs/OKUs being Included in  Society thru Works of Providing Equal Education, Employment and Economic Enabling Opportunities in collaborations with various Social, Private, Public, Professionals and Education Partnerships. Since our inception we have provided Employment and Economic Enabling trainings to 110 Visually, Physically and Mentally Impaired youths and adults. Renovating on and in partnership with the renown Dialogue Experiential Learning Programs and Exhibitions by Dialogue SE Germany which included Dialogue in the Dark that has been around since 1988, impacted more than 13 million visitors, provided trainings and employment to thousands of PWDs thru its DiD partners located in 24 countries globally. Our Academy also provides our PWD trainees further Enabling programmes in Call Agent, Urban Farming, Café Barista, Aromatherapy, Online Education Tutor and Coach ,Cooking and Baking and in the Arts and Music in collaborations with other Partners.  In 2016, with the support of Sasbadi Online, the country's largest Education Provider provided sponsored Online tuition aid and coaching to 160 Visually and Hearing Impaired students studying in 11 Special and Mix Public Schools nationwide. In 2018 our learning program was extended to offering Accessible Dance and Music lessons from Sound Beam UK for Children and Youths stricken with Multiple Disabilities.   The Academy not only uses and offers Dialogue in the Dark as an Interaction and Foundation training for the Visually Impaired; the Academy also offers Dialogue Games Interactive Trainings for the Physically Impaired and also hopefully by 2022, Dialogue in Silence Interactive Trainings for the Hearing and Speech Impaired. All of our PWD trainees will undergo a period of 3-6 months of paid Dialogue Interactive Trainings before moving them into the various Entrepreneur Trainings that will upon their graduation provide them the respective Job and/or Entrepreneur Opportunities.  

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Disability, Education

Low-cost lifelong LIFE-SAVING SANITATION for all the world's villagers, by 2030Why?400 Indonesian children die, every single day, on account of sanitation; almost 40% of Indonesian children suffer from stunted growthliving in a smelly house (that is dangerous for children) affects dignity and self-esteembad sanitation marks the biggest inequality between village people and city peopleThe solution: The Safe Water Garden (SWG) developed by world-class universities, based on a UNICEF modelofficially the world's most cost-efficient sanitation system – after the Indonesian government recognised it officially as part of its national standards early 2000it prevents diseases resulting from open-air contact with human wasteit lifts social status – the house no longer smells & features a beautiful gardenit improves life quality – the system is maintenance-free & children can safely play in the gardenit enhances spiritual well-being – a clean environment speaks to religious beliefsit generates a steady income – by growing chili in the garden, thus saving 5-20% of household incomeit reduces household losses by up to 20% – from reduced medical/maintenance billsit positively impacts the global environment – the system reduces the release of organics and nutrientsit promotes local ownership – buildable in one day, the SWG is an asset for life for a rural family/schoolHow is your money spent? (1€ = SG$ 1.50)Every € 1,000 = 1 SWG + 1 kitchen sink (so villagers don’t need to dishes in the toilet) Every € 2,000 = 1 SWG + 1 new toilet & kitchen sink + 1 running water system + 1 clean water filter + 1 handphone + 1 micro-farming start-up fund We list the families on our website, with their GPS locations, in tandem with this donation counter You can e-meet the family over Zoom and see the construction and impact first-hand! You can elect to help the families further by designing a healthy diet on € 0.10 per meal and by preparing them to run a homestay, so you can visit them when COVID is over  

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Children, Chronic Illness, Disaster Relief, Environment, Health, Medical & Health, Poverty, Women, Youth

Educate A Child through CerDik  As a social enterprise, inspiraComm Sdn Bhd, is raising funds to conduct an educational empowerment programme called CerDik to nurture personal development and motivate underprivileged children from B40 and Orang Asli communities.Since 2020, these students have missed classes as schools closed and were left behind in online classes due to lack of access to the internet and mobile devices.  The objective of this programme is to guide, motivate and encourage learning using different approaches focusing on life, literacy and learning skills, for 15 sessions, to prepare the students for their school exams, reduce absenteeism and drop out rates in secondary school.  We include fun activities to encourage them to be innovative and to think outside of the box.  Our programme is a bridge between traditional teaching methods and experiential learning, a bridge between knowledge and application, a bridge between schools and communities and in the future, a bridge between nations.We have developed strong partnerships with respective communities, schools, companies and government agencies. All our programmes are endorsed by the Selangor Education Department and Kuala Lumpur Education Department.  Since 2018 - 2020, we have impacted over 500 children and youths. Thank you for your support in giving these children an opportunity to gain access to quality education.A small contribution from you can change their lives for a better future.  

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Education

Our aim is to connect people with nature.We are based in Malaysia and run sub branded conservation projects including Perhentian Turtle Project, Perhentian Marine Research Station and Perhentian Eco Education project.  We also run Upcycled by FE which focuses on upcycling ocean and river plastics. We are a Social Enterprise A Plus organisation and can offer Tax Exemption on all donations.  We will use the donations to run our conservation projects in the Perhentian Islands, Terengganu and to remove litter from the rivers and beaches of Selangor, Malaysia.  

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Animals, Education, Environment

Kairos Agriculture has just launched the First Smart Vanilla Farm in Penang, Malaysia that adopts Agriculture 4.0 technologies including Internet of things (IOT), Big Data, AI and Machine Learning. This leading Permatang Pauh Agro-Park and Integrated Eco-Farm currently sits on 6 acres of land leased from Chief Minister Incorporated (CMI) Penang at the border of Penanti Penang and Lunas Kedah, will have Vanilla as its anchor crop and complimented by other premium cash crops, herbs and spices. Kairos Agriculture adopts various energy and resources-saving smart farming technologies in the farm which ranges from the chemical-free planting, recycling use of crop residue as compost, production of Efficient Microbes (EM) with the fruit waste collected from local wet market, automated irrigation system whereby the irrigation system will be activated automatically when the weather is hot and humidity is low with just a click away anytime and anywhere, rainwater harvesting system and full-LED usage in the farm. Kairos Agriculture believes Vanilla is the latest trend in agriculture industry. Vanilla is a high value crop that has transacted up to RM6Billion in 2018. We have two World Top Vanilla Species: Vanilla Planifolia and Vanilla Tahitensis in our Vanilla farm. We plant, we harvest, we process the Vanilla locally. We also had our Vanillas tested by a Japan flavoring company and we are honoured that our product has passed the Japan Food Safety Act and they are looking forward to exploring the Vanilla Supply from Malaysia. Our Malaysia First Vanilla Extract is also available for sale in the market now.  In addition to the existing Smart Farming Technologies, Kairos Agriculture strives in its Research & Development (R&D) whereby the R&D team has come up with a Vanilla Portable Module prototype which we are planning to collaborate further to help contribute to the local B40 families by providing them all-in-one package, from Module Structure, seedling fertilizer, training and planting method. We made planting easy, Everyone Can Plant! For long-term R&D planning, Kairos Agriculture is planning on its R&D on the development and/or improvisation of the software that could collect and generate comprehensive data for better-quality and faster growing yield. With the collection of comprehensive database for optimum Vanilla plantation in Malaysia, Kairos Agriculture aims to collaborate to turn Northern Region as National Vanilla Plantation Hub in Malaysia to one of the key Vanilla domestic supply in Malaysia and potential export for the country economic growth.  On 15th October 2020, Kairos Agriculture managed to introduce SPACE GARDEN - (The World First Organic Terrarium Vegetable Grow Box) with our social impact partner PWD Smart FarmAbility. SPACE GARDEN is officially launched by governor of Penang His Excellency Tun Dato’ Seri Utama (Dr.) Haji Abdul Rahman bin Haji Abbas. The Organic Vegetable is a decentralized food-production unit that is self-watering, self-regenerative with soil biology which brings fresh, nutritious, live, UNREFRIGERATED vegetables at the comfort of your one's home without them being a farmer. For the society, this means making nutritious food and meaningful jobs available for the marginalized communities. For earth, this terrarium raises awareness on zero carbon in terms of food miles, food waste, refrigeration, plastic use, land use, fertilizer use, and water use.  Kairos Agriculture believes in TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) whereby we collaborate resources from the skills, experience and the network of our founders, mentors, expert farmers and Agriculture 4.0 technology practitioners, State Government and any possible partners with the aligned goals for the benefit of the community and bring transformation to the agriculture industry with the adoption and continuous improvisation of smart farming technology.  Kairos Agriculture envisions to be a leading chemical free integrated farm in Asia and aims to be a role model for young people to participate in agriculture through smart farming to increase the export rate of our national agriculture. Malaysia, despite being blessed by fertile land and great weather, imports food worth RM52Billion every year. Such humongous figure is mind-blown; but viewed in another way, this presents tremendous opportunities and incentives for public and private stakeholders to work together to support win-win, high yield, precision initiatives empowered by the latest IR 4.0 technologies.  

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Humanitarian Aid

With an inclusive and action focussed mindset, we seek to develop innovative solutions through the use of conservation psychology and the engagement of activated individuals and groups to inspire others to change their Conservational Behaviour. We are a group of passionate individuals that are dedicated to reducing litter entering the marine eco-system, by engaging in land, beach and underwater clean-ups. Through community involvement, awareness campaigns and sustainability education we aim to utilise physical, virtual and technology for good opportunities, with support from corporate partners and individuals, to realise our dream.  

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Environment

Fundraisers ( 14,764 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 1,103,190

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:
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:
CWS

 

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Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 250


Fundraising for:
MERCY Malaysia

We are a team of 10 undergraduate student from Heriot-Watt University, trying to help make a difference.   

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 10,000


Fundraising for:
Malaysian Mental Health Association

Did you know that about 450 million people are victims of mental health disorders and at least one member in every four families suffer from these mental disorders in their lifetime according to the Malaysia Mental Health Association (MMHA). You can find out more about them here: https://mmha.org.my/In relation to this, our team comprised of 10 students from Heriot Watt University Malaysia are strongly passionate towards helping the community with this issue by raising funds for the MMHA. We are having online competitions and selling care packages through our social media page to help boost everyone's mental well-being  and make a valuable impact on the community.Your donations will be used to help MMHA execute their programmes designed to help people take control of their mental health such as their psychological support and day rehabilitation programmes. We sincerely ask for your kind support to create a world where everyone has "a beautiful mind".Please follow our social media page for more info about our project: https://www.instagram.com/abeautifulmind43/  

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 10,000


Fundraising for:
Paws Animal Welfare Society

We are a team consisting of 9 passionate and benevolent students from Heriot-Watt University who all have a common aim to gather funds to provide shelter for unwanted pets and stray animals. We also desire to increase awareness about the importance of protecting these animals as well as promoting ways to protect these precious creatures. Our aim for this crowdfunding project is to spread awareness and raise funds for a non-profit animal shelter called PAWS (Paws Animal Welfare Society), based in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, founded in 1987 by a small group of local and expatriate volunteers. PAWS was created on the Subang Airport Road through their ingenuity, imagination and generosity. They receive a litter of unwanted dogs and cats which they will vaccinate, deworm, neuter, and put up for adoption. Today, this leaves them with over 500 cats and dogs without a forever home. PAWS depends entirely on your generosity through donations or proceeds from charitable events to fund a cause for the four paws. Our goal is to raise awareness of improving animal well-being and support PAWS in rehabilitating unwanted pets and injured stray animals, and sheltering homeless dogs, cats, etc. By selling self-care packages for humans and animals, we can promote the importance of good animal welfare. Our profit will be donated to PAWS which will be used in the care of a large number of homeless animals. What are you waiting for? Lend a hand for a paw in need today!---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Follow our Instagram page to find out more about us and our project: Instagram: https://instagram.com/hands_in_hands_paws_in_paws?igshid=MDM4ZDc5MmU=Email us at handspaws2023@gmail.com for any enquiries you may have. Thank you, and together we can make this world a better place for a pet in need.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------For more information about PAWS (Paws Animal Welfare Society) and their services, feel free to visit their website at: PAWS Malaysia   

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 3,000


Fundraising for:
MERCY Malaysia

Mercy Malaysia is a non-governmental organization that provides humanitarian aid and medical services in disaster-stricken and underprivileged areas. Their mission is to provide emergency medical relief, promote health, and rebuild communities in need. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the healthcare system in Malaysia, it is more important than ever to support the efforts of organizations like Mercy Malaysia. Through this campaign, we aim to raise awareness about the work of Mercy Malaysia and to generate funds to support their efforts in providing emergency medical relief and promoting health in Malaysia.We believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in the lives of those in need. By supporting Mercy Malaysia, we can help to ensure that those who are most vulnerable have access to the medical care and support they need.  

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 10,000


Fundraising for:
Oasis International School Kuala Lumpur - Students Selected Causes

As a secondary school, we will be raising money this year for The Peace Education Centre (T-PEC).Here's a little about T-PEC:The Peace Education Center is a non-profit, Myanmarese refugee learning center and boarding home based in downtown Kuala Lumpur. Their mission is to provide education, shelter, and a high standard of living for approximately 50 refugee children (ages 3-18). Many ethnic minority families go through severe hardship and abuse while fleeing the military in Myanmar. The majority of TPEC students come from the Chin state of Myanmar. TPEC provides these students with a safe place to learn and grow. The school is protected by the UNHCR, but they are fully dependent on the generous giving of kind donors in order to be able to pay for rental, food and groceries, medical bills, and school supplies. You can learn more about TPEC here.Where will your donations go?The money raised during Run-for-a-Cause 2023 will specifically go towards providing dental care for each and every student at TPEC. We also hope to purchase a brace for a young student with a heart condition, so that he can join his friends when they play sports without fear of injury.How it works:This run is from January 28th - February 8th, 2023.Meganne will walk/run as many kilometers as she can.My goal is to walk 30+ kilometers.Would you be interested in sponsoring me as I walk/run for this cause?Sponsorship options:Sponsor a certain amount per kilometer (Rm 3/km, Rm 5/km, etc.) - After the event, you will receive a message from me personally, informing you how many kilometers I ran/walked and how much the sponsorship donation will be, along with the information on how to make the donation.Sponsor a lump sum (e.g. Rm 50 total donation)Thank you!  

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10%

Raised So Far : MYR 50

Target : MYR 500


Fundraising for:
Oasis International School Kuala Lumpur - Students Selected Causes

Our school - Oasis International School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - is running for T-PEC (The Peace Education Center) in order to raise money for dental costs and other medical needs for the students at the center. By sponsoring my runs (or more likely, fast walks), you can help contribute to meeting these needs. Check out more about T-PEC here on their website: https://thepeaceeducation.wixsite.com/tpec. Thanks for your support!  

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 500


Fundraising for:
Projek BacaBaca

As an educator, we constantly strive to help students to reach their highest potential. However not everyone is gifted with the resources to share their dreams. Hence this movement is to help students across Malaysia to learn literacy without needing to dig deeper! Do help us by donating!  

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 500


Fundraising for:
Paws Animal Welfare Society

Do you know that stray animals are mistreated and neglected in many countries of the world? Many times, we are totally unaware of what happens to animals in other countries and how strays are treated in certain places. However, when we get at the truth, we can sadly notice that the list of Countries in which animal welfare does not even reach the minimum standard is extremely long, and unfortunately is worsening day by day.National animal protection laws and regulations are frequently inadequate and in many cases basic animal rights do not even exist in these countries. Additionally, there is a huge lack of educational and awareness campaigns addressed to local communities that should instead be implemented to lower the widespread feelings of mistrust, fear, indifference and hostility towards stray animals.The lack of laws, regulations and education make the lives of street dogs and cats a daily attempt to survive from abuses and mistreatments.HWUM_Run4Paws is a team consisting of 10 caring and enthusiastic individuals from Heriot-Watt University Malaysia with the same sympathetic heart towards stray animals. We aspire to allow as many stray animals as possible to have a shelter and care that they deserve for being such cute souls. Our main objective for this fundraising activity is to provide funds for PAWS Animal Welfare Society, which is an animal shelter in operation since 1987. The funds would be vital for the non-profit organisation to vaccinate, deworm, neuter and shelter over 500 stray cats and dogs currently. Consequently, this would improve the physical & mental wellbeing of animals, while ensuring better population control of stray animals in the near future. In order to achieve our goal, we will be carrying out our project — "HWUM RUN 4 PAWS", which is a Charity Virtual Run. We pay attention on the community’s good health and well-being, so the community can exercise for a good cause. This virtual run also allows flexibility for participants as they can run at any location, anytime at their own pace. Every ringgit — from registration fees, event shirts and other merchandises — will be channeled to PAWS Animal Welfare Society. We call for every like-minded person who has the same desire for an improvement for stray animals to contribute to us. Together, we can make our world a better place for animals. Our group, and the stray animals thank you in advance. Instagram page: https://instagram.com/hwum_run4paws?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Email us: empower.run4paws@gmail.com  

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 7,000


Fundraising Events ( 1,164 Results )

We need your donation to help more stroke survivors. Annually, SNSA runs a total of 160 over programmes and activities for our stroke survivors and caregivers. We do not charge our participants any fees as we wish to extend our services to anyone that needs our help, and we wish to benefit more stroke survivors. SNSA pays for the trainers, venues and operating cost. We have been able to continue doing so because of the warm support from our donors and foundations who have been coming forward to assist us. Your assistance will mean a lot to our beneficiaries who have all benefitted from our free programmes, activities and services  

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Singapore

Chronic Illness, Disability, Elderly, Social Welfare

Raised So Far : SGD 0

Target : SGD 50,000

20/05/2022 - 24/06/2022

For Barclays Moontrekker 2022, please click on: https://www.simplygiving.com/event/barclaysmoontrekker2022-------------------------------------The prizes for the highest donations have been allocated on the 5.11.21 (5pm) but we welcome continued donations to support The Nature Conservancy-------------------------------------Congratulations, your registration for Barclays MoonTrekker 2021 is confirmed. You should receive a registration confirmation email shortly with event details. Although fundraising is not mandatory for MT21, we strongly encourage all participants to set up a SimplyGiving page and fundraise for our Charity Partner - The Nature Conservancy.Click the "Start Fundraising" button now to create your fundraising page.For any assistance on your fundraising page, please email hello@simplygiving.com.  

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Hong Kong

Environment

116%

Raised So Far : HKD 116,895

Target : HKD 100,000

22/07/2021 - 05/11/2021

This urgent appeal seeks to raise RM175,000 to provide temporary homes for displaced families in Gaza. Each USD 200 donated to our cause will support a family of 5-7 in the form of monthly apartment rental. Our intent is to cover the cost for apartment rentals for up to 6 months for identified families.Thousands of Palestinians have been displaced with the recent shelling of Gaza, coming back to flattened homes and having nowhere to go. With this little gesture shown by you, our donors, relief and protection can be given to these distraught families, with Allah's will. This urgent appeal and fundraiser is in collaboration with Persatuan Cinta Gaza Malaysia, an established non-profit organization that supports social and economic growth in Palestine. Cinta Gaza Malaysia (CGM) was founded in 2015 by Muhammad Nadir Al-Nuri Kamaruzzaman, a Malaysian living in Gaza.We understand the grave uncertainty which the people of Gaza endure day in and day out. It will be a long recovery, fronted by the will and spirit of the Palestinians themselves .. and the whole world regardless of ethnicity or religion, who are with them. Brick-to-brick, heart-to-heart, let's join hands in realizing their dream of peace, certainty, and hope.  

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Malaysia

Disaster Relief, Human Rights

86%

Raised So Far : MYR 151,190

Target : MYR 175,000

26/05/2021 - 30/06/2021

What is Ramadan Donation Drive?Ramadan is a month full of blessings. It is also the month of giving and caring for those struggling with poverty and those facing dire living conditions. This Ramadan, we aim to fundraise for the underprivileged student communities in Malaysia. These donations are investments in closing the education inequality gap faced by these students and will go towards funding The Kalsom Movement's summer educational empowerment initiatives. For more information about our initiatives and camps, visit http://www.kalsom-movement.org/Who are our beneficiaries?Our beneficiaries are students who belong to the B40 families living in poverty-stricken areas of Malaysia. These students do not receive the same education quality or opportunities as compared to students who are more fortunate.This year, we are benefitting students from Penang, Kedah, Pahang, Selangor and Terengganu via online platformsHow can you help us?In the spirit of sharing our blessings with others, we invite you to donate to support these students in their transition into the mainstream education system. With these donations, we can make a difference and continue towards providing these students with quality education.We appreciate any amount of contribution in building a brighter future for our students in Malaysia. Every ringgit counts!Contact us:For more information, Whatsapp:-Adam: +6012 492 3015Dzafran: +44 7470 971429  

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Malaysia

Education

40%

Raised So Far : MYR 12,177

Target : MYR 30,000

13/04/2021 - 13/05/2021

Fun-Me is a newly introduced dare based fundraising e-volunteering program. This program is an initiative by PPMK 2020/2021 to hone students' social skills alongside molding a community of Malaysian students who give back to the community especially in the fight for education inequity that occurs in Malaysia. Members of PPMK will also get the chance to be a part of this cause by joining departments of their choice such as Public Funding, Marketing & IT, Public Relations and Protocol & Special Tasks to become more involved in this volunteering program.  

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Korea, South

Education

103%

Raised So Far : MYR 12,401

Target : MYR 12,000

28/04/2021 - 19/05/2021

OCBC Bank’s CEO Charity Challenge is back following the success last year. This year, OCBC Cycle will be held from 15 May to 4 July, with two new virtual rides of 100km and 200km. The CEO Charity Challenge is back to seek the support of OCBC Bank’s SVPs and staff to raise funds for 10 selected Charity organisations and causes. To encourage inter-division bonding through cycling. Staff can choose to cycle and/or: Recruit staff cyclists for your SVP-team up to 100 cyclists per team (Staff can sign up for: The Straits Times Virtual Ride (23km), The Sportive Virtual Ride (42km), The 100km Virtual Ride or The 200km Virtual Ride.Encourage your staff cyclists to raise funds from families, friends and colleagues for either the charity that the team has been assigned to or for the tree-planting initiative. Our new Group CEO, Helen, will be donating S$1 for every 1km cycled by all staff cyclists. If the total distance exceeds last year’s 20,706 km, Helen will match Sam’s donation in 2020 (S$41,412). Prizes will also be won by the Top 3 teams in 2 categories - Highest amount of donation AND Longest distance cycled. Happy cycling and have a good fund-raising! Thank you for making a difference for our charity partners!  

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All Countries

Children, Chronic Illness, Disability, Education, Elderly, Emotional Suppo...

133%

Raised So Far : SGD 133,633

Target : SGD 100,000

29/03/2021 - 10/07/2021

Join Us on a Virtual Adventure! Starting the 1st March & finishing 28th March 2021.We need your help to hit 7,038 miles as we virtually walk from Hong Kong to Sunrise Cambodia, onto Bali Kids and back to Angels HQ in Hong Kong.Our Goals:Raise funds to purchase nutritional supplements for the children of Bali Kids living with HIV/AIDS.Raise funds for educational supplies to support the children of Sunrise Cambodia.Your Goal:You or your team have 4 weeks to hit your own personal mileage and fundraising targets, which will then be added to our accumulated totals. Eligibility:Open to participants in Hong Kong or anywhere around the world! Round up your family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. Register everyone now to get moving for a good cause!  

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Hong Kong

Children, Education, Health, Medical & Health

149%

Raised So Far : HKD 89,538

Target : HKD 60,000

11/02/2021 - 04/04/2021

Move. Educate. Donate. Move For Hope is a fundraising initiative to provide refugees in KL with better access to online education.This campaign is in aid of HOPE LEARNING CENTRE, a refugee school in KL accommodating students aged between 3-16 years old. There are 77 refugee children from 54 refugee families.THE PROBLEM?The students have no proper internet connection installed within their homes and have to resort to attending online classes through their phones using free data plans.WE REACHED OUR BIG GOAL!Now that we have reached our big goal of raising 100,000RM and can provide all 54 families with WiFi access, we have raised the goal to 150,000RM. With all the excess funds, we will be providing scholarships to refugee students who are unable to afford school fees, as well as getting school essentials such as desks, stationary and monitors and improving the infrastructure of the school!OUR BIG GOALMove For Hope is a fundraising campaign with a mission of RAISING RM100, 000 To provide a year's worth of internet for 54 REFUGEE FAMILIES of students enrolled at Hope Learning Centre. We want to support the children in having access to education for the rest of 2021.OUR TARGET & AIMPRIMARY TARGET: TO RAISE 70% OF OUR GOAL TOTALED AT RM70, 000When? By end of March/mid AprilThis gets internet access for 36 families (60 refugee children) enrolled for the first school term in 2021.SECONDARY TARGET: TO RAISE REMAINING 30% OF OUR GOAL TOTALED AT RM30, 000When? Mid April - mayThis supports the remaining 18 families with internet access so their children can continue their education online.HOW TO GET INVOLVED?Love our initiative and want to find out how you can support us?MOVE WITH US ONLINE!Join various online classes by our team of kick-ass instructors from yoga classes, to spin, dance, movement, strength and more! We have been working with leading members in the fitness industry to bring you classes scheduled throughout the months of February and March!Minimum donation of RM30 per sessionClasses are conducted via ZoomClasses take place until March 15thHOW IT WORKS1. Choose your instructor or class2. Head over to their personal Simply Giving page3. To be admitted for a class, please donate RM30 or more4. Make sure you register with your email address (don't click anonymous)5. You will receive an email with a zoom link 1 hour before your class begins6. Join Class and HAVE FUN! Invite your friends to join too!All your support matters!Reach out to us!Follow Our Stories & UpdatesInstagram @moveforhope.myWrite To Usmfh.moveforhope@gmail.com  

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Malaysia

Children, Education

92%

Raised So Far : MYR 139,163

Target : MYR 150,000

09/02/2021 - 03/04/2021

TAR UC’s diploma students taking Civic Consciousness and Volunteerism course will be running an online fundraising drive from February till March 2021 to raise funds for the needy in society.We would like to invite members of the public to join us in this meaningful endeavour by contributing to our fundraising project. Funds raised will be channeled to the following organisations on an equal basis:Yayasan Chow KitRumah Kebajikan Anbu IllamPersatuan Kebajikan dan Sosial Kim Loo Ting Kuala Lumpur (children welfare home)Beautiful Gate Foundation for the DisabledDual Blessing Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Istimewa Kajang SelangorPertubuhan Kebajikan Mental Selangor                         SEMOA (orang asli)Children’s Training CentrePertubuhan Membantu Pesakit Parah Miskin MalaysiaSri Satya Sai Dialysis & Educare ProjectCivic Consciousness & Volunteerism Student Loan FundYour contribution, big or small, would mean a lot to the needy and also to our students in achieving their learning outcomes.Come and join our students in lending a helping hand to make a difference for society during this challenging Covid-19 pandemic period.  

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Malaysia

Children, Education, Poverty, Social Welfare

117%

Raised So Far : MYR 117,496

Target : MYR 100,000

05/02/2021 - 31/03/2021

OBHK is proud to be chosen as the beneficiary of the 2nd edition of the ACUC hosted by Adventure Clean Up. The mission of the challenge is to raise awareness in relation to waste and coastal contamination and the personal actions we can take to reduce this in the future. 13 committed teams will clean some of the more remote and harder to access coastal areas in Hong Kong between 24 -26th October. The challenge will be open for a further 2 more weeks to fulfill the community engagement activities that are also a critical part of the challenge. You can get all the details at the link HERE.   Information of OBHK Outward Bound Hong Kong runs adventurous and challenging courses in the wildest parts of Hong Kong, to develop young people's personal potential. Our mission is to help people discover and develop their potential-- to care for themselves, others, and the world around them. Courses focus on connecting to nature, building community, and developing the individual to be their best selves. Your donations help us to share the benefits of Outward Bound courses to even more deserving youth in need, as well as update our facilities and provide opportunities for our staff, in order to provide the best experiences possible. Help us achieve our vision of a stronger Hong Kong through building resilient individuals and effective communities!OBHK is also a strong supporter of the best practices "Leave No Trace".  We take every opportunity to promote environmental awareness to our participants and educate them on the importance of respecting and appreciating our surroundings.  We are excited to be part of this inspiring event.  Thank you for your support and for spreading awareness of both missions!* Tax Deductible Receipt will be issued for donation of HK$100 or above in early December.  Tax-deductible receipt will be issued & sent to the participant for all donations over HK$100 upon request Tax-deductible receipt will be issued & sent to the participant for all donations over HK$100 upon request  Tax-deductible receipt will be issued & sent to the participant for all donations over HK$100 upon request  

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Hong Kong

Education

21%

Raised So Far : HKD 42,603

Target : HKD 200,000

16/09/2020 - 30/11/2020

During COVID19 pandemic, MFMW has assisted over 300 migrant domestic workers to find free temporary accommodation. Now, with the increased demand caused by the pandemic and the much-needed free shelters full, suitable and decent accommodation which is affordable for migrant domestic workers has become very difficult to find. Recent news report have highlighted the overcrowded and dangerous living conditions which many migrant workers must suffer as they have nowhere else to go. We are supporting migrant domestic workers in need, especially those who contracts are terminated and abandoned due to the COVID 19 pandemic, those who are waiting to receive their labour compensation, those who are in between jobs and those who are stranded in Hong Kong. To date, we have provided rent support to nearly 20 workers, but there are hundreds more that need our- and your- help. It costs $400 to sponsor 1 worker for accommodation and food for one week. $50,000 will support 30 workers to stay in Hong Kong for 1 month. We appeal for your help to house and feed this vulnerable and valued group within our community during the COVID19 pandemic. Please help- any amount you can give will be most gratefully received.   

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Hong Kong

Education, Human Rights, Humanitarian Aid, Social Welfare, Welfare, Women

10%

Raised So Far : HKD 15,896

Target : HKD 150,000

17/08/2020 - 31/10/2020

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

Donation Appeals ( 2,516 Results )

Early detection saves lives.Oral cancer is an Asian disease, where 74% of oral cancer deaths occur in Asia and it is the 5th most common cancer in ASEAN countries where survival is poor due to late detection. In Malaysia, 3 in 4 oral cancer patients detect oral cancer at a late stage, when chances of survival are much lower. Particularly among patients in Sabah and Sarawak, survival rates are one of the lowest due to lack of specialists and difficulties in accessing healthcare.Facing this challenge head on, Cancer Research Malaysia has developed the MeMoSA® (Mobile Mouth Screening Anywhere) App. With this app, individuals at risk can take images of their mouth and send it to the nearest specialist for early diagnosis and monitoring via teleconsultation. This enables patients to detect oral cancer early and gain access to life-saving treatment. For patients with disabilities and those located in smaller cities or remote locations, MeMoSa® is a crucial detection tool which enables them to seek specialist care. "As I am based in Ipoh, I would need to travel interstate to Kuala Lumpur for my treatment. MeMoSa® really saves me time and money as I can consult and monitor my condition with my specialist remotely." – Mdm Tan*, 72 years old patient*Patient's name has been changed for protection of privacy.“Being a clinician myself, I saw first-hand how oral cancer patients suffered due to late disease detection. MeMoSA® is a very important tool that enabled our continued care of patients, especially during the pandemic when more than 60% of our patients missed or had their clinical appointments postponed.” - Dr Siti Ismail, Oral Surgeon at University Malaya With early diagnosis, patients have a recovery rate of 80%. MeMoSa® benefits oral cancer patients in Malaysia and other ASEAN countries where the oral cancer burden is very high. To expand MeMoSa®’s reach and impact to save more lives, we need your support. As a non-profit organisation funded entirely by donations, your giving will help patients like Mdm Tan get screened early and provide patients access to life-saving treatment and care. How will your donations make a difference for cancer patients?For only RM 1.60 per day for a year, you help provide an entire rural community with a mobile data plan to use the MeMoSA® app, enabling them to overcome geographical barriers to seek timely diagnosis and treatment.By giving RM 10 a day for a year, you help establish support groups between clinicians and patients in rural communities to raise awareness on the importance of early detection and save lives.A contribution of RM 16.50 per day for a year covers the cost of the MeMoSA® app for nationwide access, allowing many more communities in remote locations to screen and detect cancer early.Cancer Research MalaysiaAsians make up almost half of the world’s cancer cases but we are represented in less than 10% of the research. Cancer Research Malaysia is the only non-profit organisation in Malaysia focusing on cancer research in Asians. Our team of Malaysian award-winning scientists are on a mission to save lives by conducting impactful research to find new, improved ways to prevent, detect and treat cancers common in Asians. All our work has been funded entirely by donations. We need your support to continue our quest to serve patients and their families. For only RM 100/month, you can impact lives and bring about lasting change in the fight against cancer.Would you donate today to empower cancer research and help more patients access life-saving tools and treatment?“Each one of us can make a difference. Together we make change.”Thank you for your donation and for partnering with us to create a future free of the fear of cancer.  

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Malaysia

Cancer, Education, Health, Medical & Health

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 50,000

Campaign Ends : 9/30/2023

India is going through a deadly COVID-19 inflicted crisis.Last week, an average of over 300,000 NEW cases per day were reported in India. With many more cases going unreported and an overwhelmed system that cannot keep up, the scale of which COVID-19 has ravished India is devastating to witness.To give you a scale of the urgency of donations required, UNICEF India has provided the following breakdowns:For RS 25,000 (MYR 1,393 / USD 338) x 533 donors = One Oxygen generation plantFor RS 12,500 (MYR 697 / USD 169) x 130 donors = One RT-PCRWith a healthcare system at breaking point, India is in desperate need of Thermal scanners, RT-PCR testing machines, nasal cannulas, oxygen concentrators, and oxygen generation plants.  Let's do this for our colleagues, family, friends, and all those in India. All funds will be channelled to UNICEF India.  

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Malaysia

Disaster Relief

102%

Raised So Far : MYR 20,571

Target : MYR 20,000

Campaign Ends : 5/31/2021

New Updates 20 March 2022The house is done renovation and the family is safely moved in. (New update picture in the galleries) Updates 1July 2021At 80%, the renovation of the Chin family’s house is nearing completion! Progress was delayed due to the ongoing MCO, but rest assured, the team is working hard and trying their best to speed up the process so that the Chin family can move in as soon as possible!Hi there!First and foremost, thank you for taking time out of your day to read about this campaign. I’m Lansson and I have a story to share with you.FYI – All the proceeds from this website will go directly to the Chin Family’s account. Kindly refer to photos above for account details. (Name: Koo Yok Kion / Mrs Chin – Bank Acc No.: 5015489028 PBB)YouTube Video of the House Overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RT7Biv9UJoThe Volunteer Renovation CompanyBusiness Name: Scale Space WorksBusiness Registration No.: 002965645-APerson-in-Charge: Ong Xing Kai (012-3953699)The BackstoryIt all started when I was trying to sell off a used refrigerator. An acquaintance mentioned that one of his staff needed a new refrigerator but was unable to afford one. I decided to just give it away to the family. When I went over to deliver it, I was shocked by what I saw, even from the outside. I asked if the family would allow me to take a look inside their house as the movers carried the refrigerator in. We then had a short chat.The FamilyMrs Chin (Koo Yok Kion), 53, works as a kitchen helper and earns just over RM40 a day. She rides to work on a bicycle as the old Proton Saga in the driveway is beyond repair. She works in order to support her husband, now 63, and young son, soon turning 13. Mr Chin used to work as a factory worker, but after having a stroke years ago, he has since developed problems with his vision and now requires a walking stick to get around. Mr Chin has been unable to find another job at a factory since. Their son, Ming, will be starting secondary school next year and is a straight-A student. Both father and son have biscuits or noodles for lunch when Mrs Chin is at work during the weekdays. In the evening, Mrs Chin brings home leftover rice and a simple dish from the restaurant or two boxes of takeaway mixed rice shared between the three of them. With barely enough money for themselves after paying the bills and Mr Chin’s hypertension medication, it was unlikely that they would be able to save enough money to fix the house in any capacity.The BuildingA front door hanging off its hinges. Wooden walls ravaged by termites. A rusty tin roof with large sections blown away over the years. Water gets in when it rains, as mould-ridden stains mark the ceiling throughout the house. In some rooms, planks of wood are positioned as makeshift support beams to keep the roof from falling, but parts of the house were already crumbling. Last year, Ming had been infected with dengue, possibly a result of all the openings to the outside throughout the house and windows without netting, exposing the family to mosquitos.The Follow-upI visited the Chin family a week later to help the family move and dispose of all broken and unused items from the house with a group of friends. One of them was a contractor who, after going through the house, said that one section could be renovated and be made safe to live in as it had stable concrete walls. The rest of the house was unsalvageable. However, while he was willing to do the renovation at cost price, he would not be able to bear the full expense. This is where I come to you, dear reader, to perhaps consider contributing towards the renovation cost. Ultimately, what we hope to achieve is to provide the Chin family a safe space to live in.This building might look like a house, but will you help us make it a home? Recent ConcernsSince starting this campaign, we have received questions regarding the house and land ownership. Please be assured that we are also working together with legal advisors who are willing to help pro bono, so the Chin family may continue to stay on this piece of land. With regards to house ownership, it was passed down from Mr Chin’s grandmother to himself and his brother. However, around 20 years ago, Mr Chin’s brother had passed away. His then sister-in law remarried soon after and changed her and her children’s last name. There was one day when Mr Chin’s sister paid a visit, but only to ask for a share of the land. Mr Chin requested that she change back her children’s last name to Chin before discussing any further, but she declined this request. She has since never visited the Chin family again and has decidedly moved on. While this story has its fair share of family drama, at the end of the day, our main priority is to help provide a safe living space for the Chin family.  

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Malaysia

Children, Elderly, Environment

101%

Raised So Far : MYR 65,755

Target : MYR 65,000

Campaign Ends : 3/31/2021

Help Us To Help 30 Childcare Centres & Pre-schools Serving Low Income Families In Terengganu & Pahang to restart and recover First the Pandemic, then the Flood. How Do We Recover?The extremely heavy monsoon rains pounded on the East Coast for a week until January 5, 2021. Not a good way to start the New Year for thousands of families and small busineses. One of those badly affected was the early childhood sector – childcare centres and pre-schools serving low income families in Terengganu and Pahang, in particular in the Districts of Kuantan, Temerloh, Kuala Lipis, Raub, and Kuala Terengganu, Marang and Kemaman in Terengganu. Childline Foundation has received an appeal from 30 childcare centre and pre-school operators providing essential childcare and early education to children of low income families. Some of them have suffered losses between RM5,000 - RM15,000.Destroyed by mud and debris, most suffered loss of furniture, learning materials, toys, and kitchen equipment and will now have to struggle to clean, re-equip and restart their community services. Already at breaking point and on the verge of closures due to the impact of Covid-19 restrictions, they are hard pressed to recover without financial aid.Why must we help them to recover?Research has shown without a doubt that the first #1000Days and early years (below 6 years) are critical to children's wellbeing, because the early foundation in nutrition, health and brain development has profound impact on children’s current and future physical, language, cognitive and socio emotional wellbeing.In the poor rural and urban communities served by these 30 childcare centres and pre-schools, these centres and pre-schools are a lifeline for their parents who otherwise would not be able to go out to work. These children are at high risk of health and learning issues such as stunting, obesity, impaired learning disabilities and poor nutrition. Like all children elsewhere they have a right to access quality early childhood care and learning that will help them to grow and learn. Without your help to recover and restart, it is likely that these 30 centres will close or if they restart with no toys and learning resources, they will revert to custodial care which will severely impair the children's cognitive, language and overall development.Specifically the funds raised through your kind and generous donations will be utilised in the best interests of children and therefore we will be focused on providing each of the 30 centres and pre-schools with 3 Early Childhood Education (ECE) Boxes of learning materials, toys and essential hygiene sets for the children at these centres - namely the Infant and Toddler Play Box, the Toy Box for children 2-6 years old, and the Hygiene Box at RM1,500 per centre (RM500 per ECE Box). We therefore hope to reach a fundraising target of RM45,000 with this Recovery Flood Aid donation appeal. We will cover other costs related to procurement, packaging and transportation costs.Your kind and generous donation (any amount is never too small) will be used in the recovery process of these 30 centres and pre-schools so that they can continue to serve low income families and children. Childline Foundation and the Pahang and Terengganu Early Childhood Educators Associations would like to thank you in advance for your kind and generous donations. May God Bless You and Your Families and Keep You Safe in this Pandemic.Click the green "Donate Now" button to donate TODAY and help us share this page to others.Kind regards and heartfelt thanks!Datin PH Wong - Executive Director & Child Advocate, Childline Foundation Zubaidah Husin - Chairman, Pahang Early Childhood Educators AssociationWan Najmiyah bt Wan Mohd Yusof - President, Terengganu Pre-School Association  

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Malaysia

Abuse, Children, Disability, Education, Emotional Support, Health, Human R...

100%

Raised So Far : MYR 45,075

Target : MYR 45,000

Campaign Ends : 2/28/2021

Ruck, Catherine, Andy and Matt are going to attempt to complete the 100km MacLehose Trail in Hong Kong on February 5th. 100km feels quite a long way - especially when matched with over 4,366m elevation - similar to that of hiking from sea level to the Matterhorn in the Alps! We will complete the full 100km together, starting early morning on February 5th 2021 and finishing in the early hours of the next day. Charities and those whom rely on their generosity have been some of the hardest hit due to Covid-19. So we are raising funds for 2 local charities in Hong Kong, Mind HK and Mother's Choice, that are close to our hearts, with donations raised split equally between them. We are hugely grateful for any contributions people feel comfortable giving. According to Mind HK's research (September 2020) , over 50% of Hong Kong residents believe their mental worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic . Money raised through this campaign will support the translation and adaptation of resources on mental health during COVID-19. This is to ensure we can get timely and relevant information to individuals to help them manage their mental health through the pandemic.The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has also created a large hole in Mother's Choice traditional fundraising activities. It will continually need funds to keep its doors open to support those who need help most - vulnerable children without families and pregnant teenagers in HK. We want to support Mother's Choice vision, which is "to see every child in a loving family".  Funds donated here will also be used to purchase mosquito repellent machines, and cots with mattresses for their Child Care Home.  Thank you for supporting our fundraising challenge!NB:  If your donation is matched by Goldman Sachs, please forward the GS Matching Gift Program confirmation email to cheryl@simplygiving.com, so that we can add it to the Total Raised. Thank you.  

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Hong Kong

Children, Mental Health, Social Welfare, Youth

112%

Raised So Far : HKD 337,522

Target : HKD 300,000

Campaign Ends : 2/15/2021

What a year it has been for us artists. As the coronavirus continues to spread, our life as an artist has been officially cancelled.Although it has hit us hard, we will never give up on performing. Digital, virtual, live or hybrid they call it, we strive to make a difference through music. So, Malaysians, what are you doing this New Year’s Eve?No plans yet?Join us at a virtual concert honouring struggling artists and arts community hit by the devasting pandemicTune in on https://m.facebook.com/endanghyderpage/ and if you like what you see and hear, help us to make a difference in our lives by donating directly to SimplyGiving, a crowdfunding platform https://www.simplygiving.com/appeal/usher-2021-with-us All your support will go a great mile to show us we are in this together.Though this effort, we hope to raise RM50,000.All proceeds will go directly to us artists.Let’s make a difference together.So, join us in bidding 2020 goodbye and welcoming 2021! Viewing links (no tickets required): • Endang Hyder FB Page: https://m.facebook.com/endanghyderpage/ • Nizal & Co FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/NizalCo/videos/429011901445783/• Yayasan Hasanah FB Page: FB LIVE https://www.facebook.com/yhasanahmy/ Admission is free. #supportlocalarts #virtualconcert #liveathome See you all soon!Thank you, Malaysians. Warm Regards,Usher in 2021 Artists  

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Malaysia

Arts

9%

Raised So Far : MYR 4,731

Target : MYR 50,000

Campaign Ends : 1/31/2021

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 6,991

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 109,206

Target : MYR 200,000

Campaign Ends : 7/27/2020

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

27%

Raised So Far : MYR 550

Target : MYR 2,000

Campaign Ends : 8/31/2020

Lending Projects ( 21 Results )

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

Reatrey is 28 years old and she and her husband have been as farmers for eight years and they have one kid, aged 6 years old who is at the local school. Reatrey is taking out a loan to buy better seeds and tools to farm more efficiently and to increase their crop yields.  Reatrey and her husband have are farming rice on 13 hectares of land. They grow 'short-term / dry season' rice which they could harvest twice a year. They yield 4-tons per hectare. When there is free time from their rice farming activities, Reatrey's husband also works as construction worker at his local area to earn additional income. Reatrey and her husband have applied for a loan in order to purchase seeds, insecticide, weed killer, diesel for tractor to plough the land and also to cover additional labour cost during harvesting. Part of the loan is also used to purchase a water pump for rice irrigation during the dry season. They aim to pay back the loan over a period of 12 months.  

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Cambodia

Poverty

Raised So Far : USD 0

Target : USD 1,750

Campaign Ends : 30/11/2016

Sokhanra is 34 years old and she has three kids, aged between 6 and 20 years old. Her two older children are still at school.Sokhanra and her husband are taking out a loan to replace their old tractor that is breaking down. They expect to pay back the loan within 12 months. Presently Sokhanra and her husband have farmed rice on around eight hectares of land to grow dry season rice. They harvest their rice crops twice a year, the crops collection is around three tons per hectare to meet market demand. At harvesting time, the agents will buy the rice directly from their home. They have been using their own tractor to plough the land for over ten years. However, the tractor is now breaking down more often and is affecting their ability to plough the land on time. They have decided to take a loan in order to purchase new machine to replace the old one and they expect to pay the loan back within twelve months.  

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Cambodia

Poverty

Raised So Far : USD 0

Target : USD 1,250

Campaign Ends : 30/11/2016

Corporates ( 154 Results )

The Music Run by CIMB is Malaysia’s premier 5km running series with speakers lining the entire ‘SoundTrack’ run course, culminating in the world’s best finish line festival.It’s an energising and fun event that brings young people together, irrespective of gender and race, for a one-of-a-kind safe, clean, alcohol-free and healthy experience.Launched in 2014 by Fresh Events Global, The Music Run’s mission is to inspire people to live the beat and lead more active lifestyles. To date, it has been experienced by over 300,000 runners across 40 events in 13 countries.  

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Grab is Southeast Asia’s leading superapp based on GMV in 2021 in each of food deliveries, mobility and the e-wallets segment of financial services, according to Euromonitor. Grab operates across the deliveries, mobility and digital financial services sectors in 480 cities in eight countries in the Southeast Asia region – Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Grab enables millions of people each day to access its driver- and merchant-partners to order food or groceries, send packages, hail a ride or taxi, pay for online purchases or access services such as lending, insurance, wealth management and telemedicine, all through a single “everyday everything” app. Grab was founded in 2012 with the mission to drive Southeast Asia forward by creating economic empowerment for everyone, and since then, the Grab app has been downloaded onto millions of mobile devices. Grab strives to serve a double bottom line: to simultaneously deliver financial performance for its shareholders and a positive social impact in Southeast Asia.(www.grab.com)  

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With a vision to 'Make our Home a Better Place to Live', HKBN is a leading integrated telecom and technology solutions provider that offers a comprehensive range of premier ICT services to both the enterprise and residential markets.  

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We are a digital securities exchange focused on the democratisation of private markets powered by blockchain. Launched in 2020, we work with corporates, funds to bring private markets to high net worth, corporate and institutional investors. We are licensed and regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore  

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Fidelity International’s purpose is to work together to build better financial futures. It focuses on the importance of collaboration to our business - working together both with one another as colleagues, and in partnership with our clients. And it also underlines our focus on sustainable, long-term outcomes, together with an aspirational focus on the future. We incorporate sustainability into our business operations and our investment process. We do this for and together with all our stakeholders, including our customers, employees, suppliers, investee companies, regulators and policy makers and the communities in which we operate. We take responsibility for our impact on society as a whole and the environment.  

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The Access Group is a leading provider of business management software and solutions to mid-sized UK and Asia Pacific organisations. We help more than 47,000 customers across commercial and not-for-profit sectors become more productive and efficient. At Access, we believe that ambitious organisations should have software that makes working lives better and not put barriers in the way to growth. Our innovative software solutions streamline everyday processes, provide efficiencies that result in material productivity gains and give real-time insights that allow you to act in an instant knowing you have the data you need at your fingertips, allowing everyone the freedom to do more of what’s important.  

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Under EmPOWER Programme, our students at Heriot-Watt University Malaysia have initiated a crowdfunding project to raise funds for 10 deserving Charitable Organisations and NGOs to impact and touch 10 thousand lives in Malaysia. Our target is to raise RM10 thousand for each organisation. The number “10” is our selected symbol as it is in conjunctions with the 10th Anniversary of Heriot-Watt University in Malaysia. The funds shall be raised through promoting our crowdfunding projects via social media platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, Discord, etc.   

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Michael Page is one of the world's leading professional recruitment consultancies, specializing in the placement of candidates in permanent, contract, temporary and interim positions with clients around the world.  

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Established in 2015, Speedrent Technology SDN BHD combines protection and technological innovation in the house rental and property market. Partnered with Allianz General Insurance since 2017, we provide an accessible and secure home rental platform for landlords and tenants. With SPEEDHOME landlords can secure their property with Allianz General Insurance up to RM42,000 while tenants can rent with Zero Deposit. In 2019, we started a new chapter - as SPEEDHOME!  

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Experian is a leading global information services company, providing data and analytical tools to our clients around the world. For more than 125 years around the world, we’ve been gathering, analysing and processing data in unique ways. We help individuals to take financial control and access financial services, businesses to make smarter decisions and thrive, lenders to lend more responsibly, and organisations to prevent identity fraud and crime.  

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LSEG (London Stock Exchange Group) is more than a diversified global financial markets infrastructure and data business. We are dedicated, open-access partners with a commitment to excellence in delivering the services our customers expect from us. With extensive experience, deep knowledge and worldwide presence across financial markets, we enable businesses and economies around the world to fund innovation, manage risk and create jobs. It’s how we’ve contributed to supporting the financial stability and growth of communities and economies globally for more than 300 years.   

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Clubs & Societies ( 33 Results )

Meerqeen Troopers is a fanclub of the Malaysian famous actor, Meerqeen (Muhammad Shameer Shauqeen). We are truly delighted to use this platform to raise funds to help people in need. Check out our social media with the username @meerqeentroopersofficial  

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Hi everyone, as part of our IGCSE Global Perspective Team Project, a group of Junior 2 students from Cempaka International Schools, Damansara, consisting of Rachel, Summer, Tulsi and Tze Wey, decided to start a project named Kids Help Kids. During these unprecedented times, many less fortunate children have not been able to receive proper education due to the lack of fundings to access online education. We aim to aid children in several orphanages around Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Malaysia through fundraising activities, as well as spread awareness about the lack of accessibility to quality online education.  

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The Sunway University Business School Students Helping Hands has been launched by Sunway University Business School, in collaboration with the Sunway University Philanthropy Office, since 27th September 2019.“By Students, For Students'' is an all-time slogan of SUBS Students Helping Hands. It highlights the students’ social responsibility in contributing back to the student community.LinkedIn Link: https://www.linkedin.com/company/subs-students-helping-handsInstagram Link: https://www.instagram.com/subsstudentshelpinghands/ Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/SUBSStudentsHelpingHands   

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PPMK (Persatuan Pelajar Malaysia Korea) is a non-stop serving organization that serves all Malaysian students currently studying in the Republic of Korea. Created in 1984, PPMK has played an integral part in maintaining the welfare of Malaysian students residing here.Besides welfare, our missions are to promote a sense of togetherness between our members, maintain the performance of our students in every aspect and at the same time create bonds that hold us together as a big family to achieve our common goals, present and beyond.Through our activities, PPMK has become the cultural nucleus for Malaysian students in Korea; volunteering at and managing many academic, cultural and sports events as well as international festivals held annually.Until now, PPMK has created new faces in leadership, polished hidden talents among members and last but not least, became an organization of integrity for the Malaysian students in the Republic of Korea.  

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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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Youman Apparels is a clothing company in the Philippines that aims to spread happy vibes and inspiration to everyone by the shirts that we produce. The idea behind this venture was born out of the surge of the Covid-19 pandemic wherein people are feeling all the negative energies like anxiety, fear, hopelessness, helplessness, among others. With our shirts, we hope to be able to somehow lift up the people’s spirits that whatever everyone is going through, there is always hope and light in the horizon.  

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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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