Featured Project
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Raised: RM3,149.00
Goal: RM4,000.00

Based in Summit, USJ, Tender Hearts is a café with a major difference. They train and employ adults with special needs....

Current Projects

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    Feed our Furry Friends
    Raised: RM3,810.00
    Goal: RM5,000.00
    SPCA Kajang needs your support at this critical moment to be able to continue feeding the stray dogs in and around Bangar Sg. Long.
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    Caring for Healthcare – Protecting our Front-Liners
    Raised: RM3,160.10
    Goal: RM4,000.00
    Every second, thousands of Malaysians, across the nation, are risking their lives on the front lines in the battle against COVID-19. Working tirelessly around the clock, these brave men and women are putting themselves at risk to ensure our health and safety. Without them, we would be facing dire consequences.
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    Tender Hearts: Donate and Empower Special Needs Youth
    Raised: RM3,149.00
    Goal: RM4,000.00
    Based in Summit, USJ, Tender Hearts is a café with a major difference. They train and employ adults with special needs.
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    Give a Helping Hand: Feed Vulnerable Families in Mullaitivu, Jaffna
    Raised: RM800.00
    Goal: RM5,000.00
    Help the Centre for Child Development (Jaffna) provide food for 34,000 vulnerable families in extreme poverty whose livelihood has been further threatened due to the prolonged lockdown in Sri Lanka.
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    Leave No One Behind: Help Marginalised & Stateless Children in Sabah
    Raised: RM700.00
    Goal: RM3,000.00
    These children live in a slum in the city area of Kota Kinabalu and are extremely malnourished.
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    Round 2: The PPR Plight: Hope For The Hungry
    Raised: RM505.00
    Goal: RM5,000.00
    Not so far from the dazzling skyscrapers of the city lives a community of approximately 3,200 families, at the PPR flats in Lembah Subang. 80- 90% of its approximately 20,000 denizens fall under the hardcore poor category. Most of them are daily wage earners who are unable to work due to the MCO and their families are going hungry because they are struggling to make ends meet and cannot put food on the table.

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Past Projects

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    Help Refugees in Malaysia Survive COVID-19
    Raised: RM8,000.00
    Goal: RM8,000.00
    A large number of refugee families in Malaysia are affected by the Movement Control Order (MCO). Life is now even harder for them.
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    Help Domestic Violence Survivors Get Through COVID-19
    Raised: RM10,310.00
    Goal: RM10,000.00
    “9% of Malaysian women who have ever been in a relationship experience domestic violence. That’s over 800,000 women across Malaysia.” – Women’s Aid Organisation
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    Help Feed the Homeless and the Poor during COVID-19
    Raised: RM60,000.00
    Goal: RM60,000.00
    A cooked meal makes a difference to the lives of those in need, especially during these challenging times. That’s why the BAC Education Group has pledged to provide 5,000 meal packs from PERTIWI Soup Kitchen for the most vulnerable during the MCO.
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    The PPR Plight: Hope for the Hungry
    Raised: RM10,000.00
    Goal: RM10,000.00
    Not so far from the dazzling skyscrapers of the city lives a community of approximately 3,200 families, at the PPR flats in Lembah Subang. 80- 90% of its approximately 20,000 denizens fall under the hardcore poor category. Most of them are daily wage earners who are unable to work due to the MCO and their families are going hungry because they are struggling to make ends meet and cannot put food on the table. That’s why the BAC Education Group has pledged to provide 100 single mothers, the elderly, the sick, OKU and families (with many children) with groceries through Elaine Surin.
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    #Makan4Migrants: Help our Migrant Workers Survive COVID-19
    Raised: RM6,500.00
    Goal: RM6,500.00
    Thousands of daily wage/migrant workers have been affected by the Movement Control Order in Malaysia. Many of them have lost their jobs, cannot work and have no income.
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    Stop Hunger: Help our B40 Indian Women
    Raised: RM8,000.00
    Goal: RM8,000.00
    They are the people experiencing disadvantage, B40 Indian women, in three states, who were already struggling to afford to feed their families. They are now finding it even more challenging to feed themselves and their families. These are the community members most at risk during this pandemic and whose livelihoods are facing the worst-case scenario. They are in dire need of food supply during this difficult time as they are now unemployed and to conserve what little they have; they are just having one meal a day. They absolutely do not have any savings. Some of the households have 4 to 5 mouths to feed.
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