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Kirtarsh is a place called HOME for disabled , underprivileged childrens , adults and old folksPusat Jagaan Kanak-kanak Kurang Upaya KIRTARSH is a non-profitable home established to shelter and care for special and underprivileged children from all racial and religious background. The Home strives to provide vocational training, special education, shelter, food, medication and most important of all, LOVE to its dependents.Be a Sponsor. No matter how small you think your contribution is, it will mean a mountain to us. It will feed the children and other dependents of the Home, pay for their medical needs, pay the electricity and water bills and help to sustain the day to day operation and welfare of the Home.For sponsorship and donations please contact:Mr Manivannan at 013-2577841/0360282841Judith at 0122391071
*SCAPE Co. Ltd is a non-profit organisation with its mission and vision rooted in support of youth, talent and leadership development. The organisation aims to facilitate youth-oriented programmes and support within various communities of youth interest. Be inspired and empowered to Dream it. Live it. At *SCAPE!
1000 MM is one of the largest and most successful missionary training center in the world. The movement continues to branch out in different parts of the world as manifestation of the power of the gospel. It's 23 graceful years now (2015) of proclaiming the gospel, through youth and by the youth, utilizing their energy to serve God and people in their respective field through their volunteer missionary spirit. They're trained, send and encourage to prayerfully and financially support the movement even after their term to continue the work of the ministry. Jesus is soon coming, to hasten His soon return, the people of God must work hand in hand to proclaim the God's message in every corner of the globe. Through your donations, we will reach the people in every tribe, race, language, and unreached and establish many branches to mobilise youth in every way. Since the beginning, 1000 MM is heavily dependent with donors and therefore, to continue this ministry your financial blessing and prayer support is urgently needed… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgGIOR0Tm8E
The 24 Hour Race is a global movement of annual endurance relays organized and run by students, raising funds and awareness to confront modern slavery. 24 Hour Races raise awareness and funds to confront modern slavery, by engaging thousands of young people and partnering each 24 Hour Race with an organization that works with children affected by human trafficking, abuse and exploitation. We select, mentor and empower a team of local students to set up each event, giving them the framework to develop personal and professional skills in entrepreneurship, social innovation and philanthropy, and the platform to become leaders in their communities. Since 2010, Races in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur have engaged over 100,000 young people and raised over USD 500,000 to impact the trajectory of slavery and exploitation in Asia.
365 Cancer Prevention Society (365CPS) is a society with approved Institution of Public Character (IPC) status, registered under Singapore’s National Council of Social Service.Our mission is to serve the community through cancer prevention measures. This is accomplished through health and nutrition education, promotion of healthy lifestyle and lymphatic detox exercise programs. We also provide practical and emotional support and care for patients and their family members in their battle against cancer through residential and hospital visitations, counseling and therapy services.As a non-profit organization, 365CPS depends on public donations to fund all its services and programs.
3xM More Message in the Media reaches the unreached with the Gospel through Evangelical television programs. Hundreds of thousands of viewers responded to our programs (by SMS, e-mail, letter or telephone), many of them came to know the Lord Jesus Christ. We feel blessed to see how the Lord is using 3xM and are thankful for the impact we see.
Pertubuhan Kebajikan Ihsan Kehidupan Baru (Port Dickson) is a registered, non-governmental and non-profit social service organization, established in 2006, with sole objective of serving people in distress who are old folks, children and the destitutes. Its humble beginnings can be traced back to 2006 when Dr. Kunalan & his wife Sis.Geetha began thier work in a voluntary counseling and guidance centre as a professional social worker in Malaysia.
The Autism Association (Singapore) or AA(S) is one of the Voluntary Welfare Organisations in Singapore, dedicated to supporting individuals with autism and helping them lead meaningful and quality lives. The Association is an independent charity that was formed in August 1992 by a group of parents. In January 1995, it was registered as a charitable organisation under the Charities Act, Singapore. In July 1997, AA(S) was admitted as a member of the National Council of Social Service. It was also granted the Institutions of a Public Character status, allowing the Association to issue tax-exempt receipts for public donations. The mission of the Association is to initiate, organise and support provision of a broad spectrum at services for people with autism in Singapore. Such services to encompass education, vocational and life skills training and residential care. The core programmes and services are delivered via the following avenues: 1. Early Intervention Programmes for children (aged 2 to 6 years old) - Eden Children’s Centre at Clementi and Simei 2. Special School for youths (aged 7 to 18 years old) - Eden School at Bukit Batok 3. Day Activity Centre for adults (aged 18 to 55 years old) - Eden Centre for Adults at Hougang and Clementi 4. Social and Leisure Programmes for adults - Eden Activity Club
ACRES is a pioneering Singapore-based charity, founded by Singaporeans in 2001 with the aim of advocating for an end to animal cruelty in Asia.ACRES has six focus areas: Tackling Wildlife Crime, Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Addressing Zoo Animal Welfare, Humane Education, Community Outreach and Promoting Cruelty-Free Living.Between 2001 and 2015, we rescued over 9,000 animals, investigated hundreds of animal cruelty / wildlife crime cases and cared for over 150 victims of the illegal wildlife trade in our sanctuary. Our outreach efforts connected with over 300,000 people to create a more compassionate society. We want to do more. We want to continue in our mission to end animal cruelty, and be there for any animal that needs us. But the more we help, the more it costs. That’s where you come in. Your valuable donation will help animals in numerous ways; including directly saving lives. All donations made to ACRES qualify for a 250% tax exemption.What your money can do $10 can provide enrichment for animals in the sanctuary$20 can fund an outreach event on animal cruelty $50 can fund a whole day of wildlife rescue$100 can cover medical costs for a rescued animal $500 can fund an undercover animal crime investigationLet's join hands to end animal cruelty today.If you want to help ACRES on a more regular basis, you could consider being a monthly donor instead, by visiting http://www.acres.org.sg/support-us/donate-now.html
ACRES Lao PDR is a branch of ACRES, a Singapore-based animal protection charity advocating for the welfare of animals in Asia. Our Mission is to create a world where animals are treated with compassion and respect. We are registered with the Lao PDR Ministry of Foreign Affairs as an International Non-Governmental Organisation (INGO) with Project Approval Number: 005978/MOFA.DIO.3.4 and Operation Permit Number: 012/AE.OI.3.
Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD) was established in December 2000 as a non-profit organization with the mission to improve the welfare of stray and abandoned dogs in Singapore. ASD was officially registered with the Registry Of Societies on the 3rd July 2002. We aim to fulfill our mission through various activities and programs including rescuing, fostering and re-homing of stray and abandoned dogs, advocating sterilization as a means of controlling the stray population, heightening public awareness of the responsibilities involved in pet ownership and highlighting the virtues of our local dogs. ASD also works with official institutions and other non-governmental organizations in order to synergize the efforts towards alleviating the plight of the local stray dog population. Regular events are organized to raise funds for veterinary care of rescued dogs and to promote adoption of our local dogs.
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Nepal Future Village Foundation
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. On 29 March, we will have 15 cyclists from Singapore and Taiwan are riding in eastern Taiwan to raise fund the good cause, I am one of them. Actually, I've rided 200km with 17 cyclists from Singapore and Taiwan in Oct 2014 for this charity but will try something different this time, a 170km (East of Taiwan, Taitung to Hualien) + 3 hrs trekking this time and to raise fund for Nepal Future village charity. The Foundation is renovating a factory building into the 1st 100% Green school in Nepal, the school can extend to accommodate 400 students in the future. 150 students will move in the new school location by mid June. - See more at: http://www.simplygiving.com/event/27e306de-cf3a-4174-9713-a46d0801877f#sthash.jiofT163.dpuf School project film: http://youtu.be/WbqRTD8zwgc Foundation Introduction film: https://youtu.be/PGycj6IDJwo- See more at: http://www.simplygiving.com/event/27e306de-cf3a-4174-9713-a46d0801877f#sthash.jiofT163.dpuf Please dig deep and donate, every little counts! Thanks all my friends, Eric
The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society
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 taking part in Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon 2014 in 16/02/2014 and aiming to raise money for The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society Please dig deep and donate, every little counts! Edith Stanion
World Vision Malaysia
On 1 May 2015, a group of us embarked on The Road Less Traveled. As World Vision Staff, we led a group of child sponsors to Mongolia. One of the districts we visited was Baganuur, a very new Area Development Programme funded by World Vision Malaysia. As this is only the first year of implementation, the needs are great. We were brought to a ger kindergarten and the principal we interviewed told us that it is her wish for the children to have access to proper toilet and sanitation facilities. At present, children have to walk out of the ger to use the pit latrine (basically this is just a hole in the ground). There have been cases of children falling into the pit. During winter, when temperature can drop to -40°C, it is just extremely cold for the children to go out and ease themselves. This is reflective of the general situation amongst the kindergartens and schools in Baganuur. As a team, we are committing to raise RM150,000 that will provide clean water, proper sanitation and promote good hygiene practices. The funds will directly benefit more than 2,600 children and families in 5 kindergartens and 4 secondary schools through the following initiatives:- Installation of at least 3 water storage tanksConstruction of 16 bio toilet units (with bio decomposers) and 1 public bath house / toiletDistribution of handouts on hygiene and sanitation practicesBuilding 16 washing facilitiesSanitation and hygiene campaign training sessions On behalf of the children of Baganuur, I thank you for your generous support.
Singapore Children's Society
World Aids Support Organization best Known as WAASO serves as a vehicle for change through empowering, equipping, sensitizing as well as mobilizing communities, families, young persons and children about the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS and prevention WAASO strives to achieve social-welfare change for the people infected and affected with HIV/AIDS. The organisation offers programmes in education and training, home-based-care, programmes for orphans and vulnerable children, support groups and income generating projects, as well as person to person support. We need assistance with funding for the orphans and vulnerable children, education and training and support group departments. We also need donations of clothes and food for our orphans, as well as gardening tools for our garden.
Hope Mission Home 愿望儿童之家
Hi, thank you for visiting my personal fundraising page. Via www.simplygiving.com you can make secure and safe 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 taking part in "SAY NO TO HUNGER" 2016 and aiming to raise money for Hope Mission Welfare Society. Please dig deep and donate, every cent counts! Japhethhttps://www.facebook.com/HopeMissionHome
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What is #GiveMe5?The Give Me Five Campaign is a rallying call for every Malaysian to make a positive changes in the society. We need to do the best that we can to stop the AIDS epidemic and preserve the dignity and uphold the rights of People Living with HIV. The Give Me Five Campaign encourages every Malaysians to make a small contribution, starting at just RM 5 per month because we believe that even the smallest donation will make a big impact if we pool our act together. Funds raised from the Give Me Five Campaign will enable us to carry out important HIV and AIDS programmes such as: Treatment, Care and Support Programme for women and children living with HIV Single mothers and children living with HIV are long acknowledged as one of the most vulnerable sub populations within People Living with HIV in Malaysia. Often bereft of any family support and discriminated even by their close social circle and the local communities, MAF took the responsibility to care for these women and children living with HIV by providing shelter home facilities and referral services to ensure their well-being. Community EmpowermentProgramme to develop the skills of People Living with HIV, especially women and single mothers, so that they can lead an independent life and be a productive member of society. Through this programme, we hope to produce individuals living with HIV to step forward and share their success despite being HIV positive in efforts to increase public awareness and those infected with HIV Resource MobilisationProgramme to develop the skills of People Living with HIV, especially women and single mothers, so that they can lead an independent life and be a productive member of society. Through this programme, we hope to produce individuals living with HIV to step forward and share their success despite being HIV positive in efforts to increase public awareness and those infected with HIV.
SNPC’S vision is to build Singapore into a world-renowned hub of excellence and inspiration for disability sports. Our aim is to contribute to the growth and strength of the Paralympic movement in Singapore through our activities and support for our affiliates. We aim to encourage and groom more people with disabilities to take up sports and to represent Singapore in international Para Games, including the Paralympics. 2016 is an exciting year for us as we will field a strong team for the Rio Paralympics in September. The Paralympics is a major international multi-sport event involving athletes from all over the world with a range of disabilities. As the name suggests, it Parallels the Olympic Games. After the recent success of the 8th ASEAN Para Games, hosted by Singapore in 2015, we look forward to giving our best para athletes a chance to compete in this pinnacle international Para sporting event.Your contribution will go towards supporting our para athletes realise their full potential at international competitions like the forthcoming Rio Paralympics, the ASEAN Para Games 2017 and the Asian Youth Para Games 2017.Thank you for partnering with SNPC in making a difference to the lives of athletes with disabilities in Singapore.
In our work, Locks of Hope reaches out to many cancer patients going through the daunting chemotherapy process – many of whom are hard-presssed and burdened in so many ways and could hardly afford the high cost of chemotherapy. Encountering so many of these heart wrenching stories, we at Locks of Hope decided that with the support of SimplyGiving.com to extend an avenue to help collect funds that may hopefully ease some of these patients' burden. Through this fundraising campaign we share personal stories of our cancer survivor friends and the public is given the opportunity to lend a helping hand. Join us by DONATING or FUNDRAISING so they can get the encouraging support they need.
Series Name: The Performance Series 2017Official website: www.theperformanceseries.comThe Performance Series is a series of running races throughout 2017 around Singapore and Malaysia's iconic landmarks. The race series consist of run distances from 5km, 10km to 21km for both Singapore and Malaysia.The key objective is to promote CONSISTENT healthy lifestyle through the appreciation of iconic landmarks in Singapore and Malaysia within the local and foreign/expatriate community.This series is first of its kind by encouraging individuals of all levels, from non-active to leisure to competitive, to have a schedule of races to work towards and progress along with the series.With the tagline #TranscendYourself, TPS aims to inspire anyone to reach their own personal goal, bringing individuals from non-runner to runner, runner to racer. TPS also hopes to encourage everyone to improve upon themselves in any aspect through running.Fundraise & make your run count Click on Start Fundraising to create your own personal online fundraising page and choose one of the two event beneficiaries. Then, reach out to your friends & colleague to support you with a donation!
TAKE ME HOME RM60 may not be a small amount for some of us. But if we each donate RM60, it will go a long way to change the lives of children and women living with HIV. Join us now to donate a minimum of RM60 to redeem the special edition “TakeMeHome” Bear Buddy. Let us start small in order to achieve a better and brighter future for these children. How to Bring Your Bear HomeStep 1: Click ‘Donate Now’Step 2: Enter your Full Name & Email AddressStep 3: Click your Donation amountNote: 5 bears = MYR3004 bears = MYR2403 bears = MYR1802 bears = MYR1201 bear = MYR60Step 4: Click “Yes! I want 100%* of my donation to go to charity” if you wish to pay for the 5.3% service feeStep 5: Choose your medium of donation Step 6: Click Donate Now Note: Donor will be entitled for tax exemption with a minimum donation of RM100 All proceeds will go to Malaysian AIDS Foundation *Your Bear Buddy will be arriving at your doorstep within 10 working days Learn more here. RM60 mungkin tak besar nilainya kepada sebahagian daripada kita. Tapi nilai RM60 ini amat tinggi nilainya kepada adik-adik kita yang hidup dengan HIV. Marilah bersama-sama menghulurkan bantuan serendah RM60 dan bawa balik beruang “TakeMeHome” sebagai tanda terima kasih daripada adik-adik ini. Bagaimana untuk Membawa Pulang Beruang Anda? Langkah 1: Klik ‘Donate Now’ Langkah 2: Isikan Nama Penuh & Alamat Emel Langkah 3: Klik jumlah sumbangan yang ingin diberikan Nota: 5 beruang = MYR300 4 beruang = MYR240 3 beruang = MYR180 2 beruang = MYR120 1 beruang = MYR60 Langkah 4: Klik “Yes! I want 100%* of my donation to go to charity” jika anda ingin membayar yuran servis sebanyak 5.3%. Langkah 5: Sila pilih medium sumbangan Langkah 6: Klik ‘Donate Now’ Nota: Penderma akan layak mendapat pengecualian cukai bagi derma minima sebanyak RM100. Semua derma akan disalurkan ke Yayasan AIDS Malaysia*Anda akan menerima Beruang yang ditempah dalam tempoh 10 hari waktu bekerja
SPECIAL EDITION #MAFRedRibbonPinRM80 may not be a small amount for some of us. But if we each donate RM80, it will go a long way to change the lives of children and women living with HIV.Join us now to donate a minimum of RM80 to redeem the special edition “RedRibbon” Pin.Let us start small in order to achieve a better and brighter future for these children. How to Bring Your Red Ribbon HomeStep 1: Click ‘Donate Now’Step 2: Enter your Full Name & Email AddressStep 3: Click your Donation amountNote:5 pins = MYR4004 pins = MYR3203 pins = MYR2402 pins = MYR1601 pin = MYR80Step 4: Click “Yes! I want 100%* of my donation to go to charity” if you wish to pay for the 5.3% service feeStep 5: Choose your medium of donationStep 6: Click Donate NowNote:Donor will be entitled for tax exemption with a minimum donation of RM100All proceeds will go to Malaysian AIDS Foundation*Your Red Ribbon Pin will be arriving at your doorstep within 10 working daysRM80 mungkin tak besar nilainya kepada sebahagian daripada kita. Tapi nilai RM80 ini amat tinggi nilainya kepada adik-adik kita yang hidup dengan HIV.Marilah bersama-sama menghulurkan bantuan serendah RM80 dan bawa balik pin “RedRibbon” sebagai tanda terima kasih daripada adik-adik ini.Bagaimana untuk Membawa Pulang Riben Merah Anda?Langkah 1: Klik ‘Donate Now’Langkah 2: Isikan Nama Penuh & Alamat Emel Langkah 3: Klik jumlah sumbangan yang ingin diberikanNota:5 pin = MYR4004 pin = MYR3203 pin = MYR2402 pin = MYR1601 pin = MYR80Langkah 4: Klik “Yes! I want 100%* of my donation to go to charity” jika anda ingin membayar yuran servis sebanyak 5.3%.Langkah 5: Sila pilih medium sumbanganLangkah 6: Klik ‘Donate Now’Nota:Penderma akan layak mendapat pengecualian cukai bagi derma minima sebanyak RM100.Semua derma akan disalurkan ke Yayasan AIDS Malaysia*Anda akan menerima Pin Riben Merah yang ditempah dalam tempoh 10 hari waktu bekerja
#MAFRedRibbonPinDonation of RM38 will go a long way to change the lives of children and women living with HIV.Join us now to donate a minimum of RM38 to redeem the new edition of “RedRibbon” Pin.Let us start small in order to achieve a better and brighter future for these children. How get yourself our new Red Ribbon Pin:Step 1: Click ‘Donate Now’Step 2: Enter your Full Name & Email AddressStep 3: Click your Donation amountNote:5 pins = MYR1904 pins = MYR1523 pins = MYR1142 pins = MYR761 pin = MYR38Step 4: Click “Yes! I want 100%* of my donation to go to charity” if you wish to pay for the 5.3% service feeStep 5: Choose your medium of donationStep 6: Click Donate NowNote:Donor will be entitled for tax exemption with a minimum donation of RM100All proceeds will go to Malaysian AIDS Foundation*Your Red Ribbon Pin will be arriving at your doorstep within 10 working daysRM38 mungkin tak besar nilainya kepada sebahagian daripada kita. Tapi nilai RM38 ini amat tinggi nilainya kepada adik-adik kita yang hidup dengan HIV.Marilah bersama-sama menghulurkan bantuan serendah RM38 dan anda layak untuk menebus edisi terbaru “RedRibbon” pin kami sebagai tanda terima kasih.Bagaimana untuk memiliki edisi terbaru 'Red Ribbon' pin kami?Langkah 1: Klik ‘Donate Now’Langkah 2: Isikan Nama Penuh & Alamat Emel Langkah 3: Klik jumlah sumbangan yang ingin diberikanNota:5 pin = MYR1904 pin = MYR1523 pin = MYR1142 pin = MYR761 pin = MYR38Langkah 4: Klik “Yes! I want 100%* of my donation to go to charity” jika anda ingin membayar yuran servis sebanyak 5.3%.Langkah 5: Sila pilih medium sumbanganLangkah 6: Klik ‘Donate Now’Nota:Penderma akan layak mendapat pengecualian cukai bagi derma minima sebanyak RM100.Semua derma akan disalurkan ke Yayasan AIDS Malaysia*Anda akan menerima 'Red Ribbon' pin yang ditempah dalam tempoh 10 hari waktu bekerja** These images below are for illustration purposes only**
Make an impact by fundraising for a good cause through your MoonTrekker challenge. Now in its sixth year, Barclays MoonTrekker is set to challenge the hearts, minds and legs of Hong Kong’s most intrepid adventurers. MoonTrekker has raised nearly $5,000,000 to help children have access to education through the building of classrooms, libraries and provision of educational material.The 43km and the 30km endurance hikes begin at 9:00pm/11:20pm in Mui Wo, on Lantau Island, and take participants though the island’s stunning scenic country trails. The last section of the route passes through the sleepy Po Lam Zen Monastery in Tai Tong Tsai and leads hikers up to Hong Kong’s second highest peak—delivering racers to Hong Kong’s best dawn panoramas. Join us and be a fundraising champion in supporting The Nature Conservancy!
Down Syndrome Association (Singapore) is a self-funded, non-profit Voluntary Welfare Organisation. We are dependent on donations from the corporate community and members of the public to help us continue to improve the lives of persons with Down syndrome. We provide a range of programmes for babies, children and adults with Down syndrome. These range from educational programmes that impart life-skills and independence training to young adults with Down syndrome, integration support programmes for children with Down syndrome studying in mainstream schools, enrichment programmes such as dance, speech & drama and sports programmes that aim to enhance and develop specific skills in the participants. We also conduct family support group programmes for parents (with babies, children and mature adults). We thank you for your support of DSA(S) in our efforts to educate, train and assist people with Down syndrome to become independent and contributing citizens of Singapore.
Locks of Hope had collected over more than 10,000 locks of hair within this year. Currently, we are in the midst of raising fund for wig manufacturing. We hope to gather strength of public in helping us to raise fund to support wig manufacturing (cost RM820/wig) so that we can achieve our target to donate over 500 wigs to cancer patients in year 2017. 希望之鎖慈善機構在今年頭至今已籌獲1萬束捐发者的頭髮正準備送去假髮製造商以製造成假髮來幫助癌症患者。本慈善機構所設定的目標為500頂以上，但是由於假髮製造費用非常昂貴（每頂820零吉）。在此希望大眾能為所有癌症患者出一份力。謝謝大家。。。
We met Mr See and Billy Boy for lunch in the first week of December and Billy was ecstatic to be out of the house. He thoroughly enjoyed his meal and kept giving us the thumbs up sign! Mr See expressed that he would need additional support for his acupuncture and therapy to be a better caretaker to Billy. ROHI has reviewed the case and decided to extend the fundraising such that we raise S$7,680 for a year to ensure that Mr See's transport and therapy fees are fully covered and he does not have to worry.Updated 15 Dec 2016*****************************************************The Ray of Hope Initiative Limited (ROHI) provided assistance to Mr See from August 2015 to February 2016. Mediacorp recently approached us about Mr See. They are fundraising for Mr See and Billy through their programme, “Hearts and Hugs”.http://tv.toggle.sg/en/channel8/shows/hearts-and-hugs/beneficiaries/72-kukup-s-journey-of-love-6862046#slideshow-10Mr See Chet Leng, age 61, suffered a stroke in 2014 and has since not been able to work. He is the sole caregiver for his son, Billy, age 33 who was diagnosed with Megalencephaly at birth, a growth development disorder in which the brain is abnormally large and has extreme limited motor skills. Hence, Billy is unable to control his bowel movements and is completely reliant on Mr See for all his daily needs, from bathing to changing his diapers.During the midst of this fundraising, the public has expressed much care and concern towards Mr See and Billy and would like to donate to them. Hence, ROHI is re-opening Mr See’s case, raising S$640 per month for 6 months, a total of S$3,840. This amount will be used for his therapy and transportation expenses.The stroke in 2014 has affected Mr See’s mobility and his left arm is stiffed and clenched up. Hence he struggles with even the simplest task of brushing teeth and showering Billy. Mr See is constantly worried about the day when he is unable to care for his son and they will be forced to separate. However, he is determined to get better with regular therapy for his arm mobility so that he can provide better care for Billy.ROHI would like to raise S$640 a month for 6 months to help Mr See with his therapy and transportation expenses. ROHI aims to make a difference to individuals and/or families, to help them on the path to becoming self-reliant so that they can gradually get back into the usual routine. ROHI helps our recipients raise funds through Simply Giving. Our Founder and Board of Directors cover the administrative and operating costs of ROHI so that your donation is 100% efficient and goes directly to the recipient. If any money is collected in excess of the target, it will be channelled to other recipients. Posted 14 November 2016
Programme Description: To develop life skills, have fun and build community! Through football, Fugee students get to build their life skills and teamwork skills on the field through an active and fun approach. It is also a great platform to engage with non-Fugee teenagers and youth in the community, encourage them to attend school and impact them positively. The Fugee under 18 team recently won their first 1st place trophy and they were ecstatic, this has motivated all the players to work harder.The students continue to learn about teamwork, friendly competition, the importance of listening/following directions, respect, what it means to commit to something and they are becoming more disciplined and confident on and off the field. Over the past few months, we have noticed a transformation in attitudes and behaviours in the classroom. We look forward to seeing their continued progress! Participants:30 players in total make up 2 teams, the U14 and U18. (we hope the number grows!)4 volunteer coaches3 student mentorsFunding is for a 1 year football programme. Breakdown of funds:- Football equipment. USD 400- Transport to games and tournaments. USD 600- Fugee student mentor allowance to coach the younger students. (3 mentors) USD 890- Teambuilding workshops. (3 per year) USD 350- Miscellaneous (f&b, events) USD 200
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TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness worldwide. Over 100 million people around the world are blind or severely visually impaired by cataracts. Most of them live in remote and poor areas of the developing world without access to a safe, effective surgery that would bring them sight.HelpMeSee is a global campaign to cure cataract blindness. We work closely with local surgeons in developing countries, empowering them to deliver affordable manual small incision cataract surgeries that can restore vision.By converging the latest technologies with the HelpMeSee simulator as the center piece and building the right team, we plan to train 30,000 cataract specialists to treat cataract blindness around the world with the most cost effective programme and with the highest level of surgical outcomes and patient care.Already we’ve cured hundreds of thousands of people from cataract blindness in India, China, Nepal and West Africa. But there are millions who still need our help.For only * HK$400 (per patient), YOU can give someone the gift of sight. Join us and together we can cure cataract blindness.Please DONATE & SHARE with your friends (online/offline). You can even take on a fundraising challenge (click "Fundraise for this appeal" link above) to help us achieve our goal of HK$40,000. * Fundraising Target Amount: 100 patients (HK$40,000)
TOGETHER, WE CAN IMPACT MORE LIVES.It takes a team of specialised aid workers to respond timely and effectively to humanitarian crises around the region as well as implement impactful developmental projects. When you donate, you help us defray our operational costs, powering our ability to scale as an organisation and strengthen our expertise on the field. Please note that all donations will be directed to Mercy Relief's General Fund and will enjoy a tax deduction of 250 percent of the amount of the donation. Please DONATE & SHARE with your friends. You can even take on a fundraising challenge (click "Fundraise for this appeal" link above) to help us achieve our target.
Through Childhope’s banner program, the Outreach and Protection/Education on the Streets, the street children are provided protection from abuse, opportunities to develop knowledge about their rights and responsibilities and the risks encountered on the streets, develop positive behavior, gain/improve their life skills and capacities, and eventually assist them to leave the street through referral to recovery centers or to relatives who are not the child’s abusers. In so doing, the organization has advocated and established, maintained and strengthened partnerships with other groups, individuals, agencies and other sectors of society. With its multi-problems and complexities, effectively addressing the street children’s needs requires concerted efforts from everyone.The Outreach and Protection/Education on the Streets Program currently conducts alternative and basic education, counseling and recreation among street children in about 18 areas in Metro Manila. Through sixteen (16) trained young professionals and social workers working as Street Educators and counselors, the street children, male and female, from ages 9-18 years of age, from more than eighteen (18) identified areas in six (6) major cities of Metro Manila, namely: Manila, Pasay, Paranaque, Caloocan and Quezon City are provided with direct access to basic social services. These include health and medical care, legal protection, and referral services. Childhope is guided by the philosophy of an integrated, holistic approach to human development as reflected in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, by implementing and facilitating programs and services to address the needs of street children.These children may belong to any of the three categories / groups of street children: Children of the Street / Completely abandoned and neglected children – Family ties exist but in most cases have not been sustained; in some cases, their former home is visited infrequently. However, by virtue of having severed all ties with a biological family, they are entirely on their own, not just for material but also for psychological survival, and therefore require a very different approach. This group is given the highest priority attention by street educators. Children of street families –Children in this group see the street as their home and it is there that they seek shelter, food, and a sense of family. These children literally live on the streets with their families. This group is given second priority attention. Children on the street – the largest of the three (3) categories and consists primarily of working children who still go home daily to families. Their focus in life is still the home, many attend school, most return home at the end of each working day, and most still have a sense of belonging to the local community in which their home is situated. This group is not a target group of Childhope but is not excluded entirely. Among the three (3) categories of street children, the children of the streets or the abandoned and neglected street-based / street-living children are given highest priority. The children of street families are also provided assistance in many forms such as counselling and relief goods (i.e., rice, canned goods, used clothing, etc.).The Outreach and Protection/ Education on the Streets Program will continue to include the following activities among the 1000 street children of Metro Manila: 1. Provision of alternative education sessions: * Value Clarification and Spiritual Formation* United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child / CEDAW * Primary Health Care * Drug/Substance Abuse Prevention Education * Adolescent Sexuality * Gender Sensitivity * Personal Safety and Protective Behavior Against Child Sexual Abuse * Life Skills and Life Goal Planning * Basic Literacy and Numeracy * Basic Computer Literacy The Street Educators/Social Workers will continue to sustain relationships with street children in their own environment. They will then facilitate sessions among street children that will help them to reflect about life, values, their rights and responsibilities as children, plans for the future, and the effects of drug abuse. Selected children will also be able to learn how to read and write through the Basic Literacy and Numeracy Program. 2. Skills Training Basic Computer Literacy graduates among street children (about 30) will attend Advance Computer classes to help them to further improve their computer skills and/or enable them to learn advanced skills necessary to help them relate more effectively with computers and eventually to get a sustainable job like a graphic artist, lay-out designer among others. Volunteers who have undergone training on enhancing identified creative/artistic skills will be invited/requested to facilitate said sessions among street children at Childhope office. Street children participants may also be sent to attend sessions in free workshops conducted by volunteers. Under the skills training program, is also Sports and Recreations. Since 2009, Childhope continuous to conduct an annual sports festival among the assisted street children of Greater Metro Manila. These street children will also participate in the sports festival and/or volunteers will also facilitate sports clinic. Childhope recognizes the importance of sports activities; it helps the street children boost their self-confidence and keep them away from drug/substance abuse. 3. Provision of Psycho-Social Interventions · Appropriate psycho-social intervention to children in distress · Case management and documentation (completion of intake sheets, case summaries, case studies) · Individual and group counselling · Referrals of children to appropriate agencies for their recovery and continuing assistance · Conduct home visits to facilitate reunification of street children with their families, if possible · Street Children Database
Welcome to the South32 Marketing Matched Giving portal. Fundraising event : EVERY CHILD DESERVES A HOMEBoys’ Town Fostering Service provides family-based care for vulnerable children. These are children as young as newborns who are unable to remain with their natural families for the time being due to absent parents or the danger of abuse and neglect. They require a safe home with a loving family to care for and nurture them. Your donation will help us support our beneficiaries in these areas: - Children’s camp for foster children - Enrichment programs for foster children - Tuition, school fees and medical fees - Special needs intervention – for dyslexia or other learning disabilities - Diapers and milk formulas
Help Us Help Rescue and Save More Animals! We (Animal Sanctuary Trust Indonesia or ASTI) take in animals belonging to endangered species rescued from markets and private homes, and take care of them so that they can be returned to their natural habitat. They come to us suffering from malnutrition, stress, broken bones, and diseases picked up in the illegal animal markets. Many have spent months or years in tiny, dirty cages, restrained by chains. Baby animals, especially primates, are often in an extreme state of anxiety and loneliness because they have suffered the trauma of witnessing their mothers being killed by poachers. Sometimes, stress alone is enough to kill these vulnerable animals.For every animal we receive, we do a thorough check-up which includes all basic examinations, and take blood samples to check for particular conditions. X-ray and ultrasound examinations may also be needed. Following the check-up, the animal will then receive the appropriate treatment and be monitored closely by our medical team.We have no regular funding for our work, but survive on donations from kind people who are concerned about the welfare and conservation of wild animals. Please help us to provide these precious animals with all the medical care they need, including the purchase of medications and the provision of check-ups and required treatments.To give you an idea of the costs involved:$15 will pay for blood tests for one bird (cassowaries, eagles, peafowls, cockatoos)$50 will cover our purchase of medical supplies for one week$150 will help our medical team check all the animals for parasites$250 will pay for blood tests for one orangutan, monkey or gibbon$600 will enable us to run an annual ultrasound check on our primates and tigersThank you so much for your help, from ASTI and all of the animals! Please DONATE & SHARE with your friends. You can even take on a fundraising challenge (click "Fundraise for this appeal" link above) to help us achieve our goal of US$5,000.
200 Leprosy affected persons are being completely neglected in family and society and they are living a very miserable life. They don't have any option for developing better life conditions. In such circumstances they need self care training for safety, health checkups, clothes, shoes, etc and for livelihood - goat keeping, small shop, poultry, Cow etc., as the only options for their upliftment. Further, they are being rehabilitated and get self respect and esteem in family. Leprosy is a major challenge in the society. They are facing the problem for food, clothing and shelter, as family and society treat them as secondary members. They are usually felt as a burden and hence their life cycle gets seriously effected. They have major health problems but they get zero treatment and problem gets more severe with age. On the other side, their self respect and esteem are broken in every step.
I issue you a challenge!..DO NOT READ THIS. ..........You failed. You failed because you can read, all day, everyday. We read and take in information without ever noticing it. Now imagine IF YOU COULD NOT READ. How hard would your life be without reading. How could you visit a new friend if you could not read the street name? To go on a bus without knowing the destination? Would you walk in and out of every shop until you found something inside that you recognized?Indonesia is now world's sixteenth largest economy with a GDP of US$700 billion. However, according to World Bank data, there are still more than 103 million (43.3%) people living below the poverty line with an additional 38.5% whose income is between $2 and $4 dollars per day. This means that more than 81% of the population are poor or at the border of poverty. Indonesia has a young population, with more than half of its people under 29 years of age. Despite the government’s compulsory “free” education program up to ninth grade, schools in Indonesia remain expensive and inaccessible for most people due to extra fees and transportation costs. Today, one Pound, Dollar, Euro, or whatever your currency you cannot buy much, but we can.....with your help we can educate a child. Buy the future for a few Dollars, it really is that cheap ($1 = IDR13,000).........YCAB Foundation currently has 77 Learning Centers across Indonesia giving quality education to the poorest and most vulnerable children, we need your help to keep the doors open for this vital service. please Donate what you can and change the future of a child............The future is not set, become an Angel of change.Thank you. YCAB Foundation.
YOU CAN HELP MAKE DREAMS COME TRUE & CONTRIBUTE TO A THRIVING ARTS COMMUNITY IN SINGAPORE! Help young dance artists achieve their dreams by making a generous donation to the arts. Many dancers face real hardships because of the unique demands of their chosen career. Professionals in the fine art of dance bring the Singapore community, much valuable aesthetic benefits such as:The chance to experience inspirational, live dance performance in a theatrical settingThe opportunity to see conceptual ideas presented in perceptual form (i.e. dance) so that they may be perceived as concrete, first-hand experiencesThe joy of seeing the beauty of the trained human body in motionThe chance to reflect on human sensibilities portrayed through the language of artThe intellectual challenge of following and understanding a choreographer's intention as presented through dance However, dance professionals are often overlooked by funders and sponsors. It is in the nature of dance that the beauty and ease that a professional dancer exudes on stage often masks the important and serious needs that these young artists have and the difficult lives they lead. Underpaid, overworked and highly driven, dancers bear serious hardships during their professional careers. Your generous gift can go a long way to making the dream of these young artists come true. Dancers feed the spiritual need of the community for direct experience with fine art - your support will make it possible for them to succeed.John Mead Dance Company (JMDC) has been providing career opportunities for dancers in the Singapore community consistently for the past 10 years. To continue with this mission, JMDC needs to raise $10,000 to sustain the young dance artists who will be working with us in our upcoming performance titled "INFINITE", which takes place at the SOTA Studio Theatre, 24 & 25 March, 2017. Every $50 donation helps directly impact the lives of individual dance artists by helping them to sustain their difficult lives as artists - e.g. to afford nutritious meals to meet the physical demands of their discipline; to acquire the tools of their trade - i.e. dance footwear and other necessary dance attire; to attend to their overall physical health; and to deal with dance-related injuries through medical attention and physical therapy when needed; etc.Every $100 helps individual dance artists attend the necessary daily dance technique and performance training classes they need in order to maintain their abilities as performing artists.Every $200 helps to support our production costs - i.e. costuming, lighting and sound production.Every $300 helps JMDC bring dance and the healing power of art to the community, including the underserved, and special needs populations in SingaporeEvery $400 helps bring to reality our ability to perform in publicly accessible performance spaces that are safe for our dancers and offer audience benefits for our patrons in the community.Every $500 helps the creation of new choreographic work on which our dancers depend as the primary vehicle for their artistic expression as performing dance artists. We invite you to DONATE GENEROUSLY & help give the gift of dance to enrich more lives!Please DONATE & SHARE with your friends. You can even take on a fundraising challenge (click "Fundraise for this appeal" link above) to help us achieve our goal of $10,000.
We believe that speed is essential for the deployment of water systems during a disaster.Our water filtration systems are fast to set up and are able to provide clean drinking water within minutes of being deployed in the field, and able to filter up to 6 liters an hour, able to help a household of at least 7 persons.During times of disaster our Fieldtrate Lite will be first to be deployed to affected areas and each one cost SGD$35.Donations to this fund will be used to provide Fieldtrate Lite to the affected communities. At the point of disaster, Fieldtrate Lite will be distributed to the beneficiaries through partnering NGOs, and following which you will be kept updated on where it is being deployed and which NGOs have been involved in the process. For each Fieldtrate Lite you donate, one family of 7 at a disaster site will be able to have clean water for up to 3 years. Donate a Fieldtrate Lite through our Disaster & Emergency Fund today!
What is Jawahir Al Quran? Mercy Mission is currently raising funds to build a Tafsir portal plus mobile app. This will be a free interactive website and app providing access to the largest and greatest online collection of Qur’anic Commentary (tafsir). This new website will present the work of scholarly experts of Arabic, English, hadith and tafsir, together with the Guidance of Almighty God – the Explanation of God’s Words in simple English. This will be a website with an attitude, brimming with fun, enthusiasm and passion. Visitor’s questions will be answered in lengthier, medium-length blog post by our experts, where it goes into more detail base on Quran and hadith which is relevant to their question. Jawahir Al Quran will be accessible anytime and anywhere. Our audio-video format will aid users in better understanding the Quran. It will be the 1-stop portal for all answers from the Quran. We need to raise RM200,000 (~USD46,000) for the initial set-up and operation of Jawahir Al Quran. We have raised RM45,000 thus far. Our Vision for Jawahir Al Quran "A world where Understanding Quran is in every Muslim’s heart and home" The meaning of Quran Tafsir “Do they not then think deeply about the Qur’an or are their hearts locked up?” (Quran – 47:24) The Quran Tafsir is the language of scholars, its aim to get knowledge and understanding the concerning book of Allah and explain the meanings. The Quran has answers to all our needs and problem – but it is impossible to learn the full benefit without tafsir. Misconception, misquotes and mistakes are numerous. It is our intention to bring about a better and clearer understanding of the meaning of the Quran, especially for non-Arab speakers.
TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE."Because You Care" is a fundraising campaign to raise funds for our Seniors Activity Centres (SACs). PCS runs a total of 3 SACs and our mission is to reach out in partnership with the community to engage and support the frail and vulnerable seniors to age-in-place for as long as possible. The seniors we support are from different race and religion. Each year, PCS needs to raise about SGD0.5 million to sustain the different programmes, services and activities aimed at keeping our seniors active, healthy and happy. Here's a story about Mr Ng, shared by Meiping, one of our staff working at the Seniors Activity Centre... "Ng Ah Fook, 84, lives alone in a rental flat at Jalan Bt Merah. He is one of the many single seniors that I visit during my work in Sarah Seniors Activity Centre (SAC). He is a private person and tries to do everything himself, preferring not to depend on anyone. About 3 months ago, Mr Ng disclosed to me that he has diarrhea. I also noticed that his feet were swollen and appeared bruised-black. I had urged him to see a doctor but he refused. One afternoon, a resident volunteer noticed that Mr Ng was squatting at the ground floor void deck and appeared unwell. She immediately alerted me and I went down to look. By then, he was already very weak and not very responsive. So I immediately called the ambulance for him. A few days later, his nephew came to inform us that Mr Ng was diagnosed with terminal cancer and only had a few months left to live. I was saddened to hear of his condition. He was recommended to stay in a hospice but Mr Ng stubbornly refused and wanted to live out his remaining days at home.Together with the help of the palliative care staff, Mr Ng was able to come home. The staff and volunteers from the centre checked on him constantly and helped arrange for his meals and other needs. Mr Ng’s condition continued to deteriorate. Eventually, he was so touched by our care and concern that he decided to go to the hospice. Before he left, he even came to bid farewell to me and his other friends. It was an emotional moment for everyone. We will miss his presence but we are grateful he will receive the care he needs in the capable hands of the hospice community."Help Us Help and Care for the Seniors Community in Singapore! Please DONATE & SHARE with your friends. You can even take on a fundraising challenge (click "Fundraise for this appeal" link above) to help us achieve our goal of SGD50,000.
Bridging School Appeal - Bridging the Educational Gap for Children in Need in NepalIn 2014, TECH Outreach Malaysia introduced the Bridging School Project in Nepal. Bridging School connects educational institutions, corporates and other NGOs from Malaysia with schools in remote villages in Nepal. Through this initiative 5 schools have been sponsored in Sindhuli, one of the most remote locations in Nepal, impacting a total number of 450 children between the ages of 5 and 12. Children were provided with basic school materials such as uniforms, shoes, bags, stationery and water bottles. Classrooms were equiped with new whiteboards and basic teaching materials. TECH Outreach's partners had also sponsored English teachers for 2 schools. TECH Outreach conducted an impact study on the Children that benefited from this programme a year later, and found that the kids were happier and more confident and motivated to be at school. Attendance had gone up to 85% compared to 40% before the initiative. They were still using the materials provided. However, school uniforms, shoes, bags and stationery will need to be replaced annually. There was also a marked change in the command of English for the kids that benefited from the English sponsored teachers. They could construct sentences and understand the language, compared to not understanding a single word in English prior to this programme. The change was profound and encouraging.We are currently raising funds for the continuity of this programme, which is to pay for the basic necessities for the children, such as uniform, shoes, socks, stationery, bags. The cost per child is RM88. We are targeting to raise funds for 188 children. We are also working with international schools and corporates to sponsor the rest of the programme.
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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.
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!
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.
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.
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!
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.
From Zer(0) to something....AnB Agro Trainers knows the hardship of single mothers to raise their family. With training and perseverance, we made changes in lives of 57 ladies till date, and still counting more. We create livelihood via agriculture for single mothers and single breadwinners to utilize fresh chilies and corns from our farm to produce agro based product and sell to increase household income. In times of recent EL NINO(super hot season), we were hit back quite hard. Our crops didn't come out as expected. Our ladies suffered. We farmers believe in "New say never again...ever". Like phoenix we rose and we have enhanced and diversified our cottage industry. Our ladies now bake cookies using local fruits and we baked for Ramadhan sales and far more. We are receiving tremendous support and in desperate need to enhance and build our pastry kitchen and take in more ladies to work with us! Be part of us for these noble cause.We are aiming to raise RM10,950 to expand the capacity of our pastry kitchen. It is a loan that will be paid back by April 2017. Your support could help our mothers achieve financial independence for their families. Their kids are happier, studying well, the ladies have better disposable income and eating decent meals everyday.We aim to create at least 5 Mum'preneurs before end of December 2016. Invest in our mums!We make halal cookies and working to get MESTI and HALAL certification.
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.
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.
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.
Mrs. Hak Phin is 55 years old and she has been a farmer for over 20 years. She has five kids, aged between 18 and 34 years old.She produces rice during the wet season, and farms on 10 hectares of land. The crops is harvested at 6 months (long-cycle). She produces around two tons per hectare to supply to market demand. The middleman buys all her crops directly from her home every year when harvested. She has bought her own tractor to plough her land and in the last 5 years have successfully supplied her crops to the market in good time. Over the past few years there has also been a good demand for rice crops. Hence she applied for a loan to purchase an additional 1 hectare plot of land for growing wet-season rice. She expects to yield around 2 more tons of rice for sale to the market with this investment.We are looking to raise USD1,842, and the loan will be repaid over 36 months. Mrs Hak Phin is a seasoned farmer. And through her hard work and determination, will continue to build a better life for her family and local community.
Kroeurng is 40 years old and she has been a farmer for 20 years. She has three kids, and her two younger children are still at school. She is taking out a loan to increase her farming land to fulfill growing demands for cassava roots. She intends to repay the loan in 30 months.Kroeurng owns a plot of land, around 1.5 hectares, where she grows wet-season rice that has a 6-months harvesting cycle. She rents an additional 3 hectares of land to also grow rice, the rent costs around $150 per year. Apart from rice, she also plants and sells cassava, this has a 10-months harvest time. She rents an additional total of 6.5 hectares to plant cassava, which yields 20 tons per hectare. She owns a tractor to plough all her land, enabling her to operate efficiently and cost effectively.Due to the stable and growing demand in cassava, she is taking out a loan to purchase 1 hectare plot of land to grow this crop. Her yield from this investment is 20 tons of cassava root. She will repay the loan in 30 months.Kroeurng is another seasoned farmer. She's determined to build a better live for her children and is thus working as hard as she can to fulfill their dreams.
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Establised in 1976, Acer is an information and communication technology company dedicated to the research, design, marketing, sale and support of innovative products that enhance people's lives. Acer's green supply chain delivers environmentally friendly PCs, displays, projectors, servers, tablets and smartphones - tools our customers need to explore beyond limits and experience more. Ranked No.3 for notebooks globally (ICD 2012), Acer employs 8,000 people and 2012 revenues reached US$14.7 billion. In Malaysia, Acer ranks No.1 in Total PC Shipment*, No.1 in Portable PC*and No.1 Desktop PC* for 2012.Not available
Alexander Mann Solutions is the world’s leading provider of talent acquisition and management services. We integrate our outsourcing capability and consulting expertise to enable organisations to attract, engage and retain top talent. Every day Alexander Mann Solutions and clients from a wide range of industries partner to deliver creative talent acquisition and integrated talent management solutions in over 75 countries, on all continents, around the worldaidha Tour de Singapore 2014
Bloc 48 is an innovative group of agencies based in Kuala Lumpur. The company's core values include creating impact in everything it does and to give back to its community. Other than providing experiential marketing and creative services, Bloc 48 also aspires to work on 'cause marketing' projects that are aligned with its values.
Listen. Learn. Deliver. That’s what we’re about. For more than 28 years, Dell has empowered countries, communities, customers and people everywhere to use technology to realize their dreams. Customers trust us to deliver technology solutions that help them do and achieve more, whether they’re at home, work, school or anywhere in their world. Learn more about our story, purpose and people behind our customer-centric approach.No
CHANGERNOMICS is committed to providing our professional services to Malaysian nonprofits through a scholarship program - just a RM500 pledge can send a nonprofit staff member to the 'Discover your Strengths' workshop. CHANGERNOMICS is a professional services firm providing Best Practice Leadership and Talent Management solutions designed to establish and implement a scalable Talent Management foundation. Our Talent Management solutions are custom designed to meet specific organisational needs to enable our clients to optimise their Human Capital and achieve their strategic organizational goals. We offer a host of assessment tools for Leadership Development and Coaching. We also provide resources to help leaders identify and discuss high potential promotability readiness.None
Cordlife Group LimitedListed on the Main Board of the Singapore Exchange ("SGX"), Cordlife Group Limited ("Cordlife", and together with its subsidiaries, the "Group") is presently a service provider of umbilical cord blood and cord lining banking. The first cord blood bank to be set up in Singapore (May 2001) and amongst the first in Asia, Cordlife Group Limited has more than 14 years of cord blood banking experience as well as a published track record of cord blood transplants.The Group currently owns and operates full processing and cryopreservation storage facilities across Asia, namely in Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia and The Philippines. Its processing and storage facilities in Singapore, Hong Kong and India are also AABB (formerly known as American Association of Blood Banks) accredited, meeting the gold standard of private cord blood banking. The Group also has a direct investment in China Cord Blood Corporation, one of the top operators in China as well as in Stemlife Berhad, a fully licensed cord blood banking facility with the Ministry of Health Malaysia currently listed on the ACE Market of Bursa Malaysia.Our MissionWe are a consumer healthcare company that serves the needs of the mother and child. We deliver the highest of quality standards in service and product offerings. We maximise all stakeholders' value by engaging all employees to enable the Company to achieve its fullest potential.Our ValuesAs a company, and as individuals working collectively, we value integrity, honesty, openness, pursuit of excellence, creativity, constructive self-criticism, continuous self-improvement, and mutual respect. We are committed to our clients and partners, and have a passion for innovation. We embrace big challenges and pride ourselves on seeing them through. We hold ourselves accountable to our clients, shareholders, employees and regulators by honouring our commitments, providing results and striving for the highest quality.
Credit Suisse Group AG is a world-leading financial services company, advising clients in all aspects of finance, around the world, around the clock. Credit Suisse AG provides companies, institutional clients and high-net-worth private clients worldwide, as well as retail clients in Switzerland, with advisory services, comprehensive solutions, and excellent products. We believe that our ability to serve clients globally with solutions tailored to their needs gives us a strong advantage in today’s rapidly changing and highly competitive marketplace. We operate as an integrated bank, combining our strengths and expertise in our three global divisions, Private Banking, Investment Banking and Asset Management, to offer our clients advisory services and customized products. Our divisions are supported by our Shared Services functions, which provide corporate services and business solutions while ensuring a strong compliance culture. We are confident that our strong capital position and our ability to provide clients globally with best-in-class integrated banking services provide a strong value proposition for our clients and shareholders. Our greatest asset is our employees’ expertise. Day after day, thousands of specialists in our three divisions are working on innovative solutions for our clients.
Looking for classes and workshops in Malaysia and beyond? Looking to teach what you know and share your knowledge? CultureRun is the place to find all sorts of things to learn as well as find the tools and community you need to start your own class or workshop. We are a community marketplace of classes and workshops (which we call ShareShops) where we connect people with skills to share, with those looking to learn new things. List, discover and book classes and workshops (ShareShops) that range from baking to public speaking to photography, mandarin and even computing! We make it easy for you to try something new, and share what you love. Our ShareShops are great places to make new friends and get involve in a community of people who share the same passions and interests!None
Cyara is the leading provider of customer experience testing for organisations around the world. The Cyara platform allows contact centres and online channels to optimise the customer experience rapidly and decrease the risk of exposing customers to a poor experience. Every day, millions of flawless customer interactions are delivered by organisations utilising the Cyara platform.Planned marathon in Melbourne on the 12th October. Various annual CSR events.
The Basikal is Bike Centre that focused on Bike Education. We run The Park Tool School where provide training for Bicycle Mechanic.
Daimler is one of the world’s most successful automotive companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of premium cars and the world’s biggest manufacturer of commercial vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides financing, leasing, fleet management, insurance and innovative mobility services.Philippines Typhoon Haiyan fundraising.
Corporate responsibility As one of the world's leading professional services organisation, Deloitte Southeast Asia’s corporate responsibility programme aims to help create better days and brighter tomorrows for the less privileged in our society. Using our expansive network to drive philanthropy and community initiatives, we believe Deloitte has a powerful role to play in actively engaging the communities to make meaningful social impact.We respect human dignity and expand our capabilities through inclusion and cultural diversity. We promote the highest levels of ethical behaviour, advance education and culture, and advocate sustainable use of natural resources and respect for the environment.We demonstrate this through: Investments in our people; the advice and services we provide to clients; environmentally sustainable operations; and commitment to our local communities and the wider society. Deloitte Southeast Asia Partners Conference 2013: Silent Auction
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We are affiliated to British Scouting Overseas (part of British Scouts UK) and we are open to all girls and boys aged 6 and above. We currently have a Beaver Colony (ages 6-8), Cub Pack (ages 8-10.5) and we are trialing a Scout Troop (ages 10.5-14) at Garden International School, Kuala Lumpur.
100 People Doing Good is an exciting, new charity event connecting expats in Singapore with extremely worthy local causes.Every month, fantastic local charities will share their stories, struggles and successes with us followed by a Q&A, where we can find out more about their work and what they need to help make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people in our communities.As well as supporting local charities, we also want to bring people together and so at all of our events, there will be the chance to enjoy networking over complimentary drinks and food.100 People Doing Good is founded and sponsored by Brian Gillies.
This magazine known as "IIUM ECHO" is published by the students of the Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) is a comprehensive magazine which presents recent economic and other current issues in an interesting approach. It is published once in a semester by students. The mission of the Magazine is to widen the students’ horizon in knowledge and increase awareness of current issues, encourage the culture of writing and to transform them from book-oriented to research- oriented intellectuals. Loaded with beautiful photographs and fascinating illustrations, ECHO delivers all the inspiration and information you need, all the way from current Economic issues to Social, Educational, Islamic, Sports, Welfare and other general topics. The magazine enjoys a powerful and experienced editorial team. Full of ideas and competitions that are easy and fun-to-undertake, it will appeal to both students of different faculties and their lecturers. As an extra bonus, each issue includes, books and events reviews, IIUM students achievements, and experiences of students that might help other students on the way of their academic success
IIUM Endowment Fund (IEF) was established in 1999. The main purpose of its establishment is to assist the poor and needy students in our University who are academically good but incapable of financiang the fees and the cost of living.Since its establishment, IIUM Endowment Fund has initiated many activities to raise funds for the students, involving both internal and external parties. It includes the general donation from individuals, companies and organization; Kafalah Programme; RM1 Campaign; Collection of Zakat through the collaboration with Lembaga Zakat Selangor (previously known as Pusat Zakat Selangor. IEF has also involved itself to a few business collaboration to increase the capacity of the funds.
ACE is a charity-based society established at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (UNMC) which organizes creative fund-raising events, fun visits to homes and other innovative charitable activities at a university level involving students and staff with the surrounding community. Based in Semenyih, ACE Society UNMC strives to improve the quality of life of the underprivileged families that live in area, while at the same time, assists and will fund-raise for global and nation-based charities or unfortunate situations. ACE Society UNMC first started in the year 2007 and has now grown to be a full-fledged society with over 200 members. Being part of the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, ACE Society UNMC is fully supported by both the management of the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus as well as the Student Association of the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. Despite having existed for 7 years, ACE Society UNMC believes that they have not lost their core values along the way, which is evident by the name itself. ACE simply means Action with Compassion and Empathy. Mission To serve as a volunteering platform for students, members of staff as well of members of public to contribute to society and to assist to those that are in need. Vision To transform students and members of staff of the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus into an empathetic, compassionate and committed community that is willing to contribute to society through their involvement in different acts in order to support and empower people going through hardships and illnesses. UNMC Packathon 2014: pack a meal, feed the hungry, a meal-packaging event organized by ACE Society UNMC, in collaboration with Stop Hunger Now, with the aim to pack 50,000 meals which will be transported to Cambodia for the children cared for by New Hope for Orphans (NHO). This event will take place on 1st November 2014 within UNMC grounds at F1A02 from 11am till 2pm. It will involve student volunteers working systematically together to pack, weigh and seal the food packages and prepare them for shipment . We are hoping to raise RM 50,000 in order to purchase the basic necessities.
Healthcare Expeditions International (HealthEx) is a secular, student-run Singapore-registered non-governmental organisation (UEN No. T09SS0176L) founded in 2009 by medical students to identify, develop and execute expeditions where medical and allied health students provide care for the underprivileged communities in different countries. HealthEx aims to bring medical students, doctors and students in medical- related courses together to conduct community work in various countries in South-East Asia. We hope to inspire participants and students through our overseas humanitarian projects, so that they may develop a drive to volunteer and continue such works in the future.Core ValuesProfessionalismEmpowermentService SustainabilityOur VisionTo cultivate a new generation of healthcare professionals who strive to serve the international community with their expertise.Our MissionTo inspire, equip and empower healthcare students to lead and participate in humanitarian work.
International Humanitarian Mission to Cambodia is a volunteering project that emphasize on four aspects of life which are education, health, infrastructure and entrepreneurship.The project will be held at Sihanoukville, Cambodia on 1-7 April 2017. The aim of this volunteering project is to provide an opportunity for the students to experience volunteering activities at the international level while learning the culture and uniqueness of the other countries. Besides, this humanitarian mission aims to empower the lives of the communities there and bringing new hope to them through delivering aid in improving their life in aspects of education, health, infrastructure and entrepreneurship. In addition, this volunteering project strengthens the bond between the youths and develop their social skills. Thus, let's work together for the betterment of the people who really need our helps.We hope that you could give us full support in making this a reality. It's a great pleasure if you could sponsor us in making this event a reality. Together we bear this social responsibility! Thank you For sponsorship and donation, please contact :Najihah at 0124196943Najwa at 0139476762 For more information, do follow us at :Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MisiKemanusiaanKemboja/Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/misikembojaum/?hl=enEmail : email@example.com
Joyriders are a group of cyclist who ride at 5am on weekdays and we meet at OCBC next to Longhouse, Upper Thomson. We have many different weekend rides which we support new riders and guide them about road safety and riding in a group. JoyRiders is currently working with TTSH on their charity event in March... and for the last 5 years! JoyRiders is also involved with IBFF to promote cycling in Singapore.We do all we can to promote safe cycling for the Singapore community!
It has been said that a small gesture of kindness is capable of changing the world. In 1993, the plight of Puan Kelthom Abdullah, a single mother struggling to make ends meet in Kelantan, spurred a group of four young Malaysian students in the UK to run a donation drive to help bear the education costs of her children. This simple act of compassion was the catalyst to the Projek Kalsom as we know it today. Puan Kelthom’s name is immortalised in this humble yet meaningful movement that is now in its twenty-second year.The spark that ignited in the hearts of this initial group of students drove them to initiate a programme to help educate and motivate secondary school students in rural areas of Malaysia who were less fortunate than them.The first Projek Kalsom was held the following year in Jerantut, Pahang, and the success of the first Kalsom has ensured its continuity for two decades.The year 2011 saw Projek Kalsom being fully endorsed by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. In 2012, Projek Kalsom 18 reached another milestone as it was held in East Malaysia for the first time in its history. In 2014, once again, Projek Kalsom 21 committee held its flagship motivational camp in East Malaysia, this time in Sabah, thus successfully organising the camp in all states of Malaysia after 21 years of establishment.This year, The Kalsom Movement 22 committee has gone to great lengths to ensure that the spirit of the Kalsom founders live on through a significant upheaval of the programme, for the benefit the students as well as society at large. Each module of the programme is developed along a development curve to ensure a progressive learning experience to everyone. After each module, the participants will acquire certain skills. The module will start with a personal discovery on individual’s weaknesses and strengths and will end with confidence development.
This is a demo page for clubs and societies.Clubs can use this page to create fundraising events and donation appeals on behalf of the nonprofit partners they support. You can see that there is a featured beneficiaries section that can be managed by you. Also, your fundraisers and events are listed on this page so your supporters can participate. Register your club or society today!
Some of you may have read or seen the movie ‘Pay It Forward’. It is a story about a young boy who did 3 good deeds for others in need. In return, all that the child wanted was that they pass on the good deed to three other people and keep the cycle going.One good deed might not seem like much, but if everyone did something good for someone else, then the cycle of generosity and kindness can spark us to become better people.A little help, can massively change someone's life. Your penny might be a hundred dollar in someone else's pocket.The ideology behind the creation of this club is similar to the message the story is trying to convey. In order to create a world that lives on the mutualism of happiness, this club aims to help people from different backgrounds. We believe that we are the key of the future and together, we can make a difference.