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VISIONTo be the trusted producers of FutureShifters for a globalised MalaysiaMISSIONTo support, guide and provide nurturing opportunities to every Malaysian youthto become productive, responsible and caring individuals who thrive in all aspects of lifeTAGLINEEmpowering Youth to become Trailblazers and FutureShifters of the World!CORE FOCUSEducation, Employability, EntrepreneurshipBACKGROUNDMyPerintis – short for Pertubuhan Perintis Malaysia (Malaysia Trailblazers Association) – is a passionate youth non-government organisation (NGO) founded on 30 June 2015 that promotes Youth Empowerment. With its core focus in education, employability and entrepreneurship, MyPerintis was sparked by the desire to inspire youth to rise above their challenges, to dare explore their maximum potential and to make an impact in the world that advocates meaningful and progressive change as caring and productive citizens.Also recognising the need to also guide and support the country’s youth towards rightful opportunities that contribute to the making of a better Malaysia, MyPerintis endeavours to work with country leaders, industry experts, prominent public figures and inspiring individuals to become the trusted and most effective platform that prepares and shapes the youth into becoming responsible, considerate and confident Trailblazers who continuously thrive as FutureShifters in all areas of their life.PROGRAMMESWhat Malaysian Youth Should Know (WMYSK)Youth Trailblazers Challenge (YTC)National Youth Congress (NYC)Startup Weekend Kuala Lumpur (SWKL)GREAT2016: The Inclusive Business Ignition Workshop (IBI)Sweat Off Depression & Anxiety (SoDA)Road Safety & Driver’s Training ProgrammeUntie De Knot (UDK)
Operation Santa Clause is an annual charity campaign organised by South China Morning Post for the past 30 years. From a modest beginning of raising HK$101,000 in 1988, Operation Santa Clause raised over HK$16m in 2017 and has raised a total of HK$275,000,000 for over 260 worthy causes across different sectors of the community, including: children and youth, elderly, environment, medical, physical and mental disabilities. Operation Santa Clause has become one of the most beloved and charity efforts in the city. A strong community has been an OSC hallmark. In the run up to Christmas, corporations, schools, clubs and individual donors demonstrate their compassion by busily organising highly creative fundraising initiatives for each year's specially selected deserving cause.In 2018, our selected beneficiaries were:Chicken Soup FoundationFHL Adventure Education CenterKELY Support GroupPo Leung Kok - Social Services DeptProject SpaceRainbow ProjectEverbright Cancer ActionThe Bethune Home Migrant Women RefugeCaritas Jockey Club Lok Yan SchoolHong Kong Children's Skin FoundationArt in HospitalHong Kong Federation of the BlindHope Worldwide
Personal Fundraisers ( 27 Results )
Help the child to pursue her dreams. The funds will be used for paying her education expenses.
Help the child to pursue her dreams. Target amount is MYR 100.The funds will be used to pay for education expenses.
Help the child to pursue her dreams. Target amount is MYR 100.The funds will be used to pay for education expenses.
Help the child to pursue her dreams.
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Rescuing Food. Reducing Waste. Fighting HungerHelp us rescue food and feed the most vulnerable people in Malaysia.The Lost Food Project is a not for profit organisation that rescues quality surplus food and puts it into the hands of those that need it most. Each day, 15,000 tons of food waste is thrown away in Malaysia and 3,000 tons of that food waste is still fit for human consumption.
In Malaysia, six women die from cervical cancer every day. Despite cervical screening being accessible by most women, the majority of women in Malaysia do not undergo regular cervical screening. Program ROSE is a novel and innovative research program that aims to make cervical screening more acceptable and convenient to women. It prioritizes women's needs by integrating the latest advances in screening and mobile technology. Instead of the conventional pap smear obtained by a healthcare professional, involving a pelvic examination, Program ROSE offers women the choice of using a self-swab- a quick, convenient and effective approach to enable molecular tests to be undertaken followed by prompt delivery of results straight to the patient's mobile phone.Program ROSE aims to demonstrate that more women will attend screening with fewer women being lost for follow-up, ultimately reducing the incidence of cervical cancer.So, BUY A ROSE today for yourself or your loved ones and attend a screening that is quick, convenient and effective.How to Buy a RoseA ROSE screening program is RM250. This price includes a HPV DNA screen at the ROSE office in Petaling Jaya, and also to reach out to an under-privileged woman to have the same screen for free. Click on the red "Buy A Rose" button to purchase a screening.Method of redemption: The recipient of the gift calls the ROSE office at 03-8408 2211 to make an appointment to redeem the screen. Recipient comes into the ROSE office, gets registered and performs the screen herself. The test results will be conveyed to the recipient via SMS to her mobile phone. ROSE screening is available during office hours Mon- Fri, 9-4pm. Place of Redemption: UM Innovation Incubator (UMX), University of Malaya, Lingkungan Budi, 50603 Kuala LumpurPrice per kit: RM250 Period of redemption: From 1 January 2020Validity of voucher: 6 months (ending 30 June 2020)
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Lending Projects ( 51 Results )
Be part of the innovative Social Outcome Fund to help solve pressing social issues in MalaysiaThese Social Purpose Organisations (SPOs) have been selected to deliver programmes that are focused on solving issues that are pertinent to the Malaysian society. Programmes that are being funded includes:Implementation of the childsafe initiative, ensuring that childcare organisations implement proper employee screening programmes, standard operating procedures, training for parents and children, and the implementation of standards that would ensure the safety of children in any childcare institution; Prevention education and training for service providers who serve children/youth with disabilities to prevent and reduce the risk of child sexual abuse; Uplifting the socio-economic mobility of B40 single mothers and empowering their surrounding communities too; Establishing an Autism Intervention Program for children under 14 at an affordable rate to the low income families in Kota Kinabalu; and Providing a 24-hour personalised telephone and counselling services helpline in addressing drug abuse related crisis.Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM) has launched a RM3million Social Outcome Fund ("Fund") to help address issues such as lack of economic opportunities; lack of quality education; child abuse; and healthcare in rural areas. The vision is to address these issues using preventative measures and outcomes, and thus creating a model that will help create a new paradigm for how Malaysia, as a nation, approach and address social issues affecting our people today.The Social Outcome Fund is the first of its kind in Asia. The payment-for-outcomes fund is designed to help SPOs to obtain funding from social impact investors, corporations, foundations and individuals to deliver social services and preventative interventions that support deep poverty, destitute persons and forgotten members of society. If these interventions deliver agreed outcomes, the Fund will repay the private investors.By participating in this social lending project, you will be helping to make an impact with your contribution - large or small. When the outcomes are met, our donors will be repaid by the Fund. When your "social loan" is repaid, you can choose to reinvest it into another project that will help those in need, thereby making yet another contribution to society! This is the type of giving that keeps on giving.
WaterCredit by Water.org is a new way to apply smart thinking to the world’s water problem. It’s the first program to put microfinance tools to work in the water, sanitation and hygiene sector (what we call WASH).WaterCredit puts the power of water directly into the hands of the people who need it. WaterCredit empowers the world’s poor with access to small loans for household water connections and toilets. WaterCredit is breaking the cycle of poverty and creating a cycle of opportunity – an opportunity to enhance one’s health, education and economic position.Here’s how it works:Water.org and BAIK are partnering to provide microcredits to families in need for water connections or toilets.The loans through WaterCredit are affordable, making them easy to repay.Once the loan is repaid, you can relend it to the next person who needs it, making it possible to help more and more people in ways that will last.Water.org and BAIK intend to reach out to 5,000 families in Indonesia together, to address the water crisis in Indonesia. You can help by supporting this loan! The Inspiration for WaterCreditOn a visit to India in 2003, Gary White, CEO & co-founder, met a woman who was paying a loan shark 125 percent interest to buy a toilet. She was living on two dollars a day and absorbing a crushing debt for sanitation. Gary realized that this woman – and many people like her – were paying outrageous rates, up to 20 percent of their income, to address their water and sanitation needs. This was the inspiration for WaterCredit.If the poor were paying such outrageous rates for water and sanitation, they’d certainly be willing to pay a lot less. Not just willing but, with some help, able. Gary believed that if we could provide people with small loans at reasonable rates for water connections and toilets, we would create customers and participants in solving the water crisis. It meant there was hope for this woman, her family and her community to get sanitation without losing their economic livelihood.
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njuko accompanies all sports event organizers to the start line.With its web & mobile applications, njuko allows you to manage the online registration of your participants and many other additional services: withdrawal of bibs, carpooling ...
Proceed to donate to HelmetsOn here: https://www.simplygiving.com/event/helmetson ---BFM is Malaysia's only independent radio station, focused on business news and current affairs.BFM's purpose is to build a better Malaysia by championing rational, evidence-based discourse as a key element of good policy decisions.BFM applies its discourse-based approach to other programming areas such as entrepreneurship, health, fashion, the arts, sports and music, as well as to its executive education initiative, The BFM-EDGE Education - A collaboration between two business media, The Edge and BFM Media, to advance Malaysia through education and entrepreneurship.BFM can be heard on frequency 89.9 MHz in Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, and parts of Negeri Sembilan and Melaka.Other ways to tune into BFM: Subscribe to iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/my/podcast/bfm-general/id1462599162iOS (iPhone) - www.bfm.my/appleAndroid - www.bfm.my/android
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Founded in September 5, 1962, Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. (Metrobank) has since become the premier universal bank and among the foremost financial institutions in the Philippines. It offers a full range of banking and other financial products and services, including corporate, commercial and consumer banking, as well as credit card, remittances, leasing, investment banking and trust banking. Metrobank currently spans a consolidated network of over 2,300 ATMs nationwide, over 950 domestic branches, and over 30 foreign branches, subsidiaries, and representative offices.
Clubs & Societies ( 6 Results )
Don Bosco Academy (also called "Don Bosco Pampanga" or simply "DBA") is a private Catholic educational institution for boys run by the Salesians of Don Bosco in the Philippines. Its campus is located in Mabalacat, Pampanga, Philippines. This school was named after St. John Bosco whom the Catholic Church has proclaimed as the "Father and Teacher of Youth." St. John Bosco dedicated his life to education of the youth. To continue this work, he founded a religious congregation of priests and brothers - the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB).