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JEFF LAU IS RAISING FUNDS FOR AIDS AGAIN273 KM7 DAYS 6-STAGE SELF-SUPPORTED RACE ACROSS THE TOUGHEST LANDSCAPE ON EARTHFrom 22 September 2018 (GMT – 6H), Jeff will join an elite group of 130 battle-hardened ultra marathoners to compete in the Grand 2 Grand Ultra Race. The G2G is the first self-supported stage footrace ever to take place in America on a world-class course that had been experienced by few but the bravest of adventurers. It is the only stage race to start from one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the awe-inspiring north rim of the Grand Canyon, and finish on the summit of the Grand Staircase, one of the world's most iconic geological formations. Amidst this majestic natural theatre, G2G will no doubt, push the limits of human endurance. Jeff and his fellow runners will need to dig deep to uncover his untapped strength and build on his courage and determination. As an elite ultra marathon runner, Jeff has proven to be worth his mettle when he took part in an impressive list of gruelling high endurance events such as the legendary Marathon des Sables in the Saharan African desert, the Ultra Challenge in the Canadian Arctic Region and Amazon jungle run, to name a few - all in the name of raising awareness for HIV and AIDS. It is a mandate that he proudly carries and wears as a badge of honour.If you wish to show your support to Jeff and his Herculean pursuit, please make a donation to the Malaysian AIDS Foundation through this page. Your contribution will be used to support Treatment, Care and Support Programme for People Living with HIV. * All donations RM100 and above are entitled for Tax Exemption receipt from the Malaysian AIDS Foundation SPECIAL GIFT FROM THE MALAYSIAN AIDS FOUNDATIONAll donation above RM 300 will receive the Take Me Home Bear by the Malaysian AIDS Foundation DAILY UPDATES FROM JEFF LAU Jeff Lau - Day 1 G2G (25 September 2018)Just done day 1, 50km, 2nd longest distance of the race, long day will be on day3, 80++km.Today run is ok, weather is good, not too hot. A lot of cacti on the road, some participant got injured because accidentally step on it. Miss Malaysia food already. Special thanks to Siti Hajar Balqeist Mohd Noor and Elise Loh for your lovely message, I will do my best to complete the race.You can email me through their website, g2g ultra official website. (Lau Jun Tean 604)Jeff Lau - Day 2 G2G (24 Sept 2018)Today is a tough day, is 10km shorter than yesterday, but today route is tough and no cloud, so hot… I am a bit no confident and scared for tomorrow long stage 86km. because today and yesterday was the easiest route of the race. Tomorrow is 75% sand dune, I hope I can make it in one go. Few more blister today, but those are the worst one, small and not ready to poke it, so annoying… Thanks Dishwasher group / sausage group message (Karen & Gary sent message to me too ) I will do my best and make it to the end. Miss Malaysia food so much now.  

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Raised So Far : MYR 24,273

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From Gifts to Gifts started out as a project to help kidney with kidney dialysis, now it's our fourth year and we need as much help as ever!  

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Ada jalan yang lurus dan ada jalan yang menyimpang, pimpini dia dan tolong dia kearah jalan yang lurus.  

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I think the reason most people don’t get tested is that they still think it is a death sentence. I believe people must know that people are living and surviving this disease. If you make them realize that they will surely die if they don’t get medical help, than I think people will want to be tested.I would also focus on the fact that they will have to live with the horror of giving this disease to another person because they didn’t know they had it.  

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Please help me by supporting underprivileged Children Living with HIV!HIV and AIDS on children is seen most dramatically in the numbers of children and adolescents orphaned by AIDS. They are deemed the most vulnerable because they face grave risks to their education, health, and well-being. Many more children live with parents who are chronically ill, live in households that have taken in orphans or have lost their family members to AIDS and they are all equally affected by the epidemic. Despite of their young age, these children were not spared from being the victim of stigma and discrimination - so much so that they were compelled to keep their HIV at absolute secrecy when attended public school for fear of offending parents of other children. Together we can make a differenceTogether We Act Against AIDSEvery donation more than RM 50.00, I will give a custom-made keychain with your name on it! :) - something similar with the picture above as a token of appreciation apart than the Tax Exemption Receipt issued by Malaysian AIDS Foundation (only for RM50 and above 100% donation eligible for tax exemption)Thank you in advance for your donation :)  

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We share the global vision of ushering an AIDS free generation, which is attainable by eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV and ensuring that children living with HIV receive universal access to anti-retroviral treatment. Every single contribution pledged to the Malaysian AIDS Foundation takes us one step closer to an AIDS free generation. This children need our support toward their long journey to grown up as normal children. I'm begging all of you can donate toward this cause.   

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Raised So Far : MYR 110

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About Malaysian AIDS FoundationThe Malaysian AIDS Foundation (MAF) was formed in 1993 to raise and administer funds to support the activities and programmes of Malaysian AIDS Council (MAF) and its Partner Organisations. MAF was formally incorporated under the Trustees (Incorporation) Act 1952 on May 13, 2003, under the patronage of YABhg Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah Mansor. MAF supports the activities of MAC and its Partner Organisations across the country to implement projects funded by the Ministry of Health and other funding bodies. These include shelter homes for People Living with HIV, including women and children who have been abandoned by their families, outreach programmes for marginalised communities and needle and syringe exchange programme (NSEP) for injecting drug users.Objectives of the Malaysian AIDS FoundationPrevent the spread of HIV in Malaysia;Increase public awareness and knowledge on HIV issues;Support Malaysians living with HIV, including women and children orphaned or made vulnerble by AIDS; andProtect the rights of PLHIV who may suffer discrimination due to their HIV statusLET’S ACT AGAINST AIDS!The Act Against AIDS is an awareness and fundraising campaign that aim to address the AIDS epidemic and its impact on the lives of every Malaysians.Malaysian AIDS Foundation is compelled to launch this fundraising campaign because there is a growing perception in this country that the HIV and AIDS battle has been won, and the we are ready to move forward and address many other healthcare issues. While we are certainly proud of the many great achievements that has been made for the past 30 years, this is certainly not the time for us to put HIV and AIDS in the back burner. Malaysia currently record 9 new HIV infections per day, and the epidemic is now being driven by sexual transmission, which means that young people are now facing much greater risk of getting infected. We are not doing enough to educate our young people about the risks associated with HIV and AIDS, and it is a potential healthare time bomb if we do not act fast enough.We should also be aware about the plight of more than 80,000 People Living with HIV in Malaysia - many of whom are from underprivileged backgrounds with The Act Against AIDS is an awareness and fundraising campaign that aim to address the AIDS epidemic and its impact on the lives of every Malaysians.limited access to basic health care and suffer stigma and discrimination attached to HIV & AIDS – in work place, in public services, even in education sector. The epidemic is also affecting children and young people. The impact of HIV and AIDS on children is seen most dramatically in the numbers of children and adolescents orphaned by AIDS. They are deemed the most vulnerable because they face grave risks to their education, health, and well-being. Many more children live with parents who are chronically ill, live in households that have taken in orphans or have lost their family members to AIDS and they are all equally affected by the epidemic.The Act Againts AIDS Campaign is a rallying call every Malaysian to make a postive changes in the society.We need to do the best that we can to stop the HIV and AIDS epidemic and preserve the dignity and uphold the rights of every People Living with HIV.  

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On the 17th of July 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot out of the air over Ukraine airspace, killing all on board. A number of those passengers were AIDS researchers and policy makers headed to the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne - amongst those lost include prominent HIV researcher and University of Amsterdam Dept of Global Health head Joep Lange, as well as World Health Organisation spokesman Glenn Raymond Thomas. In honor of MH17 and those lost on board, I am setting up a fundraiser for the Malaysian AIDS Foundation, which manages funds for the Malaysian AIDS Council. The Malaysian AIDS Council supports the works of NGOs and others in providing care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS, raising awareness about HIV/AIDS, and preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS. Your donations will go straight to MAC, minus fees by SimpleGiving (5% plus PayPal charges). I've contacted MAC and they referred me to here as the best way to collect funds from overseas. QUICK GUIDE TO DONATION AMOUNTS: All donation amounts on the site are in Malaysian Ringgit. PayPal takes care of the conversion upon donating. Here is a chart that converts them to US Dollars, approximately (as of 19 July 2014): 1 MYR = 0.31 USD 10 MYR = 3.14 USD 50 MYR = 15.71 USD 100 MYR = 31.41 USD 250 MYR = 78.53 USD 500 MYR = 157.05 USD You can also donate directly via bank transfer to: Name = MALAYSIAN AIDS FOUNDATION Account No = 514105421257 Swift Code = MBB-MBBEMYKL and forward the transaction slip to Arif at arif[at]mac.org.my You can also send a cross cheque made out to the Malaysia AIDS Foundation at: Malaysian AIDS Foundation No 12, Jalan 13/48A, The Boulevard Shop Office, Off Jalan Sentul 51000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia I (Tiara) am not personally affiliated with MAC - I am, however, Malaysian (and a frequent flyer with MAS) and the recent news events of both MH17 and MH370 have affected me deeply. Thank you for your support.  

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Hi, thank you for visiting my personal fundraising page. Through simplygiving.com you can make safe and secure donations to sponsor me. The proceeds of your support are immediately sent directly to my charity. Using this given platform is really simple and most importantly it's also a really cost efficient way for the charity to raise funds. My page allows you to follow my progress; share it with friends; voice encouragement or even join me and get involved yourself! I will be helping my fren Jeff Lau who will be taking part in Malaysian AIDS Foundation Marathon des Sables 2014 Challenge in 04/04/2014 and aiming to raise money for Malaysian AIDS Foundation Please dig deep and donate, every little counts! Fiq  

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