Charities & Causes ( 716 Results )

"ATIR - Donate To 2 Charities" distributes the donations received, among the 2 chosen beneficiaries. The beneficiaries are:Ocean Recovery Alliance (Hong Kong)Ocean Recovery Alliance is an organization focused on bringing together new technologies, solutions, ideas and projects to help with issues that negatively impact the health of the ocean. One of the organization’s main focus areas is plastic pollution, both in regards to finding ways to clean what is already in the ocean, and inspiring ways to prevent its ecosystem impact on land. Ocean Recovery Alliance focuses on broader ocean issues and results-oriented solutions by bringing together alliances and collaborations of different resources and expertise for particular problems. In 2010, Ocean Recovery Alliance announced two initiative, the Plastic Disclosure Project (www.plasticdisclosure.org), and Global Alert (http://globalalert.org/). Both of these are now starting to be used by the World Bank and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) for their respective ocean programs. Plastic waste, however, is an issue which effects almost all nations and territories, and is a community and business issue which can be turned into opportunities if the focus is changed to be that of "resource management", not waste handling. The group also founded the Plasticity Forum, focused on the future of plastic and where the leaders are going with innovation, design, materials and solutions.www.plasticityforum.com Hong Kong, China Rowing AssociationFunds raised will be used for the staging of World Rowing Coastal Championship 2019 in Hong Kong​  

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Environment

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  

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Children, Disability, Education, Elderly, Humanitarian Aid, Medical & Health, Welfare, Women, Youth

OBCCS is a non-stock nonprofit organization based in Quezon City.  It is currently located in 701 Tandang Sora Avenue, Quezon City,  Tel 9316155.  As we mark the 30th Anniversary of OBCCS in  2017,  we are happy to have provided Christian, quality and affordable enterprise education for families in Old Balara. Parents choose our school for the following reasons:• Our distinctively Bible-oriented Christian worldview in the curriculum• Practical and engaging methodologies employed in classrooms• The care and love that the faculty and staff provide all students• Socialized tuition that make quality education accessible to low income families• Small class sizes that allow quality interactions between students and teachers. A key reason for establishing the school was to provide an environment where children in our community will grow the way Jesus did, who grew in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men ( Luke 2.52). The Old Balara Christian Community School aims to be the main provider of an enterprise education curriculum (for Building Enterprising Society Today or BEST). Our brand of education tries to achieve this through four areas of emphasis in the K-12 curriculum.Our first and foremost emphasis is for the child and his/her family to Love God. Thus, we uphold the Bible as the foundation for all learning and we teach to direct children and families to know Christ and live by the principles He taught in the Bible.Our second emphasis is to Love the Philippines. Education must be relevant to daily life in the community, so that children do not see the world of the school as separate and different from their world at home and in their neighborhood. They need to see the usefulness of schooling and learning to solving problems and improving their community.Our third emphasis is Science Orientation. Literacy and learning are to be seen as tools for conquering the world and care for it, so that we will sustain life on this planet not only for ourselves but for future generations. Our fourth emphasis is on Work and Enterprise Excellence, so that our children will grow to become responsible, competent and faithful stewards of their personal and material resources, including their gifts, talents, abilities, skills as well as financial and material assets. Children learn to save and invest, working heartily as for the Lord and not for men (Colossians 3.23).   

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Children, Education, Poverty, Youth

*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!  

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Youth

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  

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Children, Education, Health, Humanitarian Aid, Medical & Health, Religion, Youth

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.   

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Children, Education, Human Rights

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.  

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Cancer, Education, Emotional Support, Health, Hospice & Hospital

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.  

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Children, HIV & AIDS, Religion

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.  

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Disability, Elderly, Poverty, Social Welfare

The Autism Association (Singapore) or AA(S) is one of the Social Service 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 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  

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Children, Disability, Education

Over three days, AccorHotels teams will cycle from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. They will visit the beneficiaries of non-governmental organizations committed to raising awareness of and overcoming inequalities related to five Diversity & Inclusion pillars: disabilities, gender, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender), generations and culture. These NGOs include Ecole Paul Dubrule whose mission is to train and qualify young Cambodians to contribute towards sustainable tourism in Cambodia. Paul Dubrule, founder of Ecole Paul Dubrule and co-founder of AccorHotels, says, "We want everyone, without distinction of gender or social background, to have access to education and professional training, while encouraging mutual social acceptance and understanding. I believe that training and qualifications are the key to the future of each individual." Among those non-governmental organizations is also Friends-International working with marginalised children and youth, their families and communities to help position them to become independent and productive citizens of their countries. To assist in managing the journey on Cambodian roads, AccorHotels has partnered with Social Cycles, which hosts small group adventures for cyclists with a social conscience. The organisation engages local experts to illuminate social issues and strategies; to make a positive difference; and to open minds.  

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Children, Disability, Education, Human Rights, Medical & Health, Poverty, Women, Youth

Achievers Academy is solely focused on providing quality education to refugee children who have had few privileges in life but whose academic abilities have been proven once given an opportunity to study.As refugees, normally awaiting relocation to another country, the children are not permitted to study in Malaysian public schools. However, the relocation process can take as long as 6 years or more. When children of intelligence are not allowed to attend school, they lose their capacity for intelligence, and their mind, occupied only by poverty, can become dull.The challenges for refugee and asylum seeker families can be greater in that they may have previous traumatic experiences in their home country and can face further social disruption and poverty upon arrival in Malaysia because of their legal status. Asylum seekers low levels or no financial support and are not entitled to work which results in many parents and caregivers struggle to feed and clothe their families.Achievers Academy believes that education should take into account the diverse cultural, linguistic and economic needs of its community to prevent themarginalization or exclusion of young people in education.Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/topachieversacademy/   

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Refugees

Personal Fundraisers ( 794 Results )

The little boy's name is I Komang, he is 9 years old and he was born  3 months prematurely. A day after he was born he had high fever and seizures. Because of his family's poor financial situation, he never received proper treatment  and never had a chance for school education.He currently cannot talk, walk or sit and he cannot hold anything. He is very dependant on his mother who is struggling with expenses as she has two more children.His life is completely dependant on his mother, and she brings him to the market every day, while she works selling rice cakes at the Kuta Market II Tuban, Bali.We are hoping that with your donation we can provide treatment, education and opportunities for this lovely boy, Komang, to live his life at its fullest.  

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Indonesia

Children, Disability, Education, Mental Health, Poverty

1%

Raised So Far : IDR 900,000

Target : IDR 50,000,000

Campaign Ends : 9/8/2018

An Indonesian family needs your help. The Sutrisno family works hard to support themselves and to be productive members of their community, but they have been given misfortunes in life: Their son Adi, now 24 years old, was born with significant disabilities that impede his urinary tract. The father suffers from diabetes, and the mother from hypertension.The Sutrisnos have already paid for 8 large, and expensive, hospitals in Yogyakarta and Jakarta, with Adi being seen by surgeons, urologists, and orthopedic doctors. Since his family lives in a rural area, travel to and lodging in these already-expensive places has placed an even larger burden on the family.With such significant financial problems, Adi chose to forgo treatment over 5 years ago for his disability, leaving his medical issues unresolved and harming his quality of life. He ignores the daily nausea and sickness, and instead helps his parents in their used clothing business.Our goal is to raise 100,000,000 Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), which is approximately 7,000 US Dollars. This money will directly help the family by:Paying off debt from previous surgeries (40,000,000 IDR/ 2,850 USD)Continuing essential medical treatments (50,000,000 IDR/ 3,560 USD)Building the family’s business capacity, to ensure resilience to future economic difficulties (712 USD)Although a few thousand dollars may seem like a small amount of money, it represents an insurmountable barrier to the health and wellbeing of the Sutrisnos. With economic hardships and low salaries in their community, and compounding debt from Adi’s surgeries, it could take decades for their family to earn the money these life-saving and life-giving goals.If you can, please help us help the Sutrisno family, to make the world a better place one famil  

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Indonesia

Disability, Medical & Health, Poverty, Youth

Raised So Far : IDR 688,750

Target : IDR 100,000,000

Campaign Ends : 8/31/2018

aku miskin tolong aku  

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Philippines

Human Rights

Raised So Far : IDR 361,898

Target : IDR 100,000,000

Campaign Ends : 8/31/2018

Miracles for AprilWe NEED your help to save our friend’s life. --------------------------------------------------------------------------******     Update on April's condition 04/05/18   ********-------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you very much for all your generous donations that helped cover the medical expenses of my sister. She is now taking physical therapy and speech therapy sessions to continue her recovery process. We are gladly sharing her recovery photos with so much gratitude to all your support and prayers.--------------------------------------------------------------------------******     Update on April's condition 11/14/17   ********--------------------------------------------------------------------------We finally got the doctor's clearance for Ate April's transfer from Cebu to our home in Luzon.She's been discharged from the hospital and has been recovering at my aunt's house in Cebu.She will finally be home already and can see more of her friends from Luzon/Manila area.Thank you very much for all your financial support and for all the prayers.Please know that we are very grateful beyond words to express.Her PT sessions and other medications shall continue in our house in Luzon.Help is still welcome and of course your continuous prayers are very much appreciated. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------*******    Update on April's condition 10/3/17     ********---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.Procedure on bringing back April's skull successfully completed 11am last Sunday Oct 1.2.stayed in recovery room until 5pm before transferring to Neuro Ward(NCCU).3.after 2 days in neuro ward April can now open both eyes with left eye half open only at this time due to her operation at left side of her head.It is expected that her left eye will fully open after a week.4.Visitors,relatives and friends can now freely visit,talk and touch April during visiting hrs of 3pm to 6pm.5.We are expecting an improvement on April's recognition and comprehension capacity in the next 2weeks.6.Rehab by hospital PT is mostly on her right leg and arm which at this time still can not move freely.improvement is expected in the next 2wks.Please continue offering your prayers to April. Thank you for sharing your blessings to help save her life.We are grateful beyond words.----------------------------------------------------------------------------*******    Update on April's condition 9/11/17     ********----------------------------------------------------------------------------Thank you dear friends for all your prayers and generous donations to April’s recovery fund. It is truly amazing how our relatives, friends and even strangers from different parts of the world could extend their help to my sister. Your love and support keep us strong and positive.Here are a few updates on April’s recovery:1.      She can open her right eye;2.       She yawns;3.       She can move her left foot;4.       She can hold a phone;As per doctors’ advice, she has to be in the ICU until her condition becomes stable. We’re hoping that she’d be fully conscious soon.Please continue to pray for April’s full recovery. Thank you again for all your support and prayers for my sister and our family. Your prayers and support are priceless and much appreciated! God bless you!------------------------------------------------------------------------Updated running bill as of September 9, 2017:Php 657,862.27 (approx. US$ 13,400)------------------------------------------------------------------------On Saturday, August 19th, our dear friend April got into a tragic accident while touring in Bantayan, Cebu. She had a traumatic brain injury and had undergone Hemicraniectomy or brain surgery due to the blood clot and swelling in her brain.She is currently in an induced coma. Her mom, and dad, Tita Wenda and Tito Ben, takes care of everything she needs at the hospital, while her younger sister Jel finds ways to cover the expenses.Being hundred miles away from home, family and friends, and seeing their beloved child and sister suffering, we know that this is very hard for them. And we’re trying to help in any way we can.April needs urgent blood transfusion and an approximately Php 17,000 – 20,000 pesos (seventeen to twenty-thousand pesos’) / (approx. US $400) worth of medications each day to survive. Their running bill at the hospital as of August 28th was Php 319,709 (three hundred nineteen thousand and seven hundred nine pesos) / (approx. US$ 7000).They NEED our help. April is the head of the family. She is a loving daughter, a caring sister and a wonderful friend. She has brought happiness to her families, friends, and colleagues in her simple ways and is always willing to give everything she has for the people she loves. We truly miss her and we’re begging the heavens to send forth its miracles for April and her family. No donation is too small. Your support and contribution is very much appreciated. Please spread the word and help us continue the fight for April! God bless you!April Penales Angco, 32, studied at University of the Philippines Los Baños, and worked as a Workforce Lead at Sykes Philippines and as a Team Leader and Social Media Analyst at StraightArrow Corporation.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------April’s most recent CT Scan and XrayCT Scan Interpretation (8/23/2017)CT Scan Interpretation (8/20/2017)----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------OFFLINE & OTHER DONATION OPTIONSIn order to make an offline donation we ask that you please follow these instructions:Deposit any amount to any of the following banks:                 Bank: RCBC (Checking Account)                  SWIFT CODE: RCBCPHMM                 Account No.: 0003054331                 Account Name: Baby Girl Ma. Winda P. Angco                                Bank: BDO (Banco De Oro)                  SWIFT CODE: BNORPHMM                 Account No.: 0013 9018 0466                 Account Name: June Elizabeth P. Angco                 Bank: BPI                   SWIFT CODE: BOPIPHMM                 Account No.: 0069 8157 15                 Account Name: June Elizabeth Penales AngcoMake a check payable to “Baby Girl Ma. Winda P. Angco” (April’s mother)  Money Transfer:          (Cebuana or Wester Union)          Cebuana Lhuillier           Receiver: Ben T. Angco          639062009035           Western Union           Receiver: June Elizabeth Penales Angco BITCOIN via coins.ph:Wallet Address: 37DqGFhn9Q1dL8uB36SQ3jnSvrFCBaJNUW** All contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and are tax deductible.  

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Philippines

Chronic Illness, Health, Medical & Health

31%

Raised So Far : PHP 223,628

Target : PHP 700,000

Campaign Ends : 3/31/2018

Update - 4:00pm, 25 May (Thursday) Dear Friends, WE DID IT!I am so grateful for all of you who have chipped in to allow us to raise enough funds to repay the initial amount of HKD$150,000 that has been owed to the landlord. Last night, we also had a successful fundraiser at the Orange Peel where we raised a total of HKD$4,312. So grateful for all of you that have lent your support to FlowBooks. With this payment as a partial payment of the unpaid rent, the landlord is willing to consider a further repayment schedule and a new tenancy lease for FlowBooks so that we can enter our next phase - Phase Two - where we become a better and sustainable bookstore for all of you. In due time, I will be starting a new fundraising appeal for Phase Two, and provide you with details of the plan should you be keen to support me. Please continue to donate to this page, any excess funds raised here will go toward Phase Two.Thank you everyone.With much Gratitude,SurdhamUpdate - 10:27am, 23 May (Tuesday)Good news everyone! All donations from this time of 10:27am on Tuesday 23rd May onward will be matched ONE FOR ONE!  One of FlowBook's supporters has just called me to make this kind and generous gesture. He has chosen to remain anonymous but I am forever grateful. What this means is that we only need to raise about HKD$20,000 more (to fully cover credit card and SimplyGiving website fees). The rest of the matching funds will be transferred by bank transfer by the anonymous supporter. Any excess funds that are raised will be invested back into the rental and operations for FlowBooks for the immediate future.SurdhamUpdate - 7:30pm, 22 May (Monday) Dear Friends and Supporters, It has been a courageous fight to save FlowBooks, and 7 days of huge effort from everyone. I cannot express how appreciative I am of every one of you who has donated, shared and supported this cause in one way or another. It has given me incredible hope and inspiration to keep FlowBooks alive for our generation and beyond. We needed to raise a minimum of HKD$150,000 for the landlord, but are still short of HKD$35,000. However, I am hopeful that with our continued efforts, we will be able to reach the target. The landlord has very kindly extended the deadline till Midnight on Wednesday, the 24th of May.This is a very positive sign. I am very hopeful that we can reach this target and that I may continue to serve Hong Kong as a humble book keeper. I would also like to take this opportunity to share the story of an anonymous generous supporter, who learnt about my plight through Apple Daily on Friday, and appointed lawyers to handle discussions with the landlord's lawyers.Please continue to support and share this campaign for the remaining time so that we can reach our target. I am truly grateful for each and everyone of you for your support, and want to individually thank each of you in the future.Sincerely,Your bookstore keeper at FlowBooksSurdham22 May 2017*************************************************************************************************************************************************************We need your urgent help to keep FlowBooks open...FlowBooks is asking for urgent, compassionate donations to help save our 20-year old community secondhand bookstore from a forced closure next Monday!  Please note that the amount 'raised so far' that is posted on this page is the total of amount raised ONLINE as well as OFFLINE. Our Plight Dear Flow-ers of FlowBooks,Thank you very much for your love and concern towards FlowBooks.To save FlowBooks, we have been granted a few more days before the scheduled auction of our shop assets next Monday. This means we need to raise the needed HKD150,000 funds by Monday, 22 May 2017, to pay for part of the due rent and seek the reopening of FlowBooks. We would very much appreciate your help to donate at least HKD50 towards FlowBooks. If there are 3,000 book lovers (donors) to do so, that would be a miracle, as together with our community, we would be able to help save FlowBooks through raising the needed HKD150,000 by Monday, 22 May! Please Donate TODAY by clicking the "DONATE NOW" button above. We are happy to present each donor with a FlowBook to express our great gratitude once we FlowAgain! A FlowBook in your name would be donated towards a FlowKid who loves to read too. Thank you!Best,Your bookstore keeper at FlowBooksSurdham17 May 2017 Donate and share our plight with friends. Thanks heaps for your kind and generous giving and help.  Please Donate today by clicking "DONATE NOW" above!  

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Hong Kong

Arts, Education

111%

Raised So Far : HKD 166,775

Target : HKD 150,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2020

Please support RESOLVE, a capacity-building fellowship I will kick-start in Hong Kong, beginning July/August 2017.RESOLVE’s aim is to provide ethnic minority grassroots spokespeople with rights awareness, advocacy skills and leadership development through a year-long fellowship program. RESOLVE stands for Rights, Equality, Solidarity, Organization, Leadership, Voice and Empowerment - the pillars of the project! The goal of the program is to develop a visible and vocal force of ethnic minority grassroots leaders to combat racial discrimination and promote a more inclusive Hong Kong society. This will be the first platform that brings together local, migrant and refugee ethnic minorities. Key ObjectivesThe project goal is to develop a united, visible and vocal force of ethnic minority grassroots leaders and allies who can effectively advocate against racial discrimination and promote diversity to improve their situation and foster a more inclusive Hong Kong society. The objectives are:To increase skills attainment of 15 fellows committed to combat racial discrimination in rights awareness, advocacy skills and leadership mentoring to be effective and influential spokespeopleTo effectively involve and coordinate the fellows in the process of Hong Kong's review by the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.To develop an alumni network of the fellows. The longer-term vision is that RESOLVE can be a platform expanded to other causes in the future beyond racial discrimination, with the thematic focus of each fellowship recruitment cycle changing according to the most pressing social causes of the time.Pilot Project (4 months)In order to test the project, a small, condensed 4-month pilot project will take place with a first cohort of 15 participants, who will take part in a series of trainings, workshops and individual mentoring over the course of three months, and then will put into practice what they have learned on a small final project of their choosing in the final month. A call for nominations will be sent to community civil society partners who will identify grassroots leaders among their beneficiary base with demonstrable leadership potential and interest in working together to be catalysts of positive change for their communities. Some of the fellows may also include young, local people with a track record of concern for racial discrimination and inclusion issues. An academic partnership will be established to conduct a monitoring and evaluation of the pilot to take robust stock of the pilot experience.How Can You Help And How Funds Would Be UtilisedThe funds raised will go directly towards the 4 months pilot project which begins in July 2017 - These funds will support participants to attend by reducing their economic barriers to participation through a transport subsidy; develop basic infrastructure and material supplies to be able to deliver the training and workshops; and manage the program. Your donation will go a long way in helping a new kind of social purpose start-up in Hong Kong. For about HK$ 10,000.00, donors can sponsor an individual fellow, building up a next generation of leaders to promote a more equal, multicultural and inclusive Hong Kong.Please DONATE and help SHARE this project with friends. With your help, we can make this happen!  

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Hong Kong

Education, Human Rights

100%

Raised So Far : HKD 150,000

Target : HKD 150,000

Campaign Ends : 7/16/2017

UPDATE: 20 April 2018Thank you all for supporting me thus far.... I am truly grateful for the opportunity to be in the desert last week. Marathon des Sable is an incredibly difficult race on every level. It’s hard on the emotion, mental and physical. Along the course, there were some villages in the desert and children came out to cheer and clap for us. They also begged us for things. In mine and your world, the usual thing people beg for is money. Not this instance- these children, begged for our water, buff and caramel. They would have to travel and walk loads to get to drinking well. I couldn’t give them any because i had no spare. I was living on rationed water. These Saharan children were exposed to the harsh weather and sand storm everyday and have no luxury of a buff but I needed my buff for the same reason... Caramel and dark chocolate has higher chance of surviving in the desert because it has lesser fat content therefore it won’t melt as quickly. I had no caramel on me as I brought no luxury to the race. The world isn’t fair nor is it balance. Where we can help to make or contribute somebody’s life- be it animal or human, we should all lend a hand and be that different to help make a difference to the world. To the world, you may be one person. To the one person- you may be their world. -Brandi SnyderThank you again for donating.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22 December 2017 I am taking part in the Marathon Des Sable on 6-16 April 2018. It is a self sufficient event running 254km across the Sahara for 6 days. It’s just under a marathon a day for 4 days, the long day run is about 50miles and the final day is a marathon. This will be the toughest challenge I’ve ever set myself for and I can’t think of better charities to do it for. Animals are my first love hence my choice for Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB). We have to be the voice for the voiceless and it should be our life mission to help all those in need, human or animal. It is not our choice to make about who lives or not. I’ve been very fortunate thus far and have been very lucky to be able to live my life and not just exist, therefore I would also like to help Make A Wish, Malaysia to fulfil wishes of children who are terminally ill because they too deserve to live their life to the fullest.Please donate or fundraise with me! MDS Photos Credit: @iancorlessphotography  

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Malaysia

Animals, Children

51%

Raised So Far : MYR 128,952

Target : MYR 250,000

Campaign Ends : 5/3/2018

UPDATE on 7th August:Thank you to all who supported our family. It is in great sadness to tell you all that my brother-in-law, Joe Marvin Escuadra, has passed away. We thank everyone who has supported us in our time of need.Any funds raised here will be used to offset the medical and funeral costs.-----Please help us in helping an honest, hard-working, and loving policeman get back to his family. Joe Marvin Escuadra suffered from brain aneurysm and meninigitis while looking after his child who's confined to a hospital. He is currently inside the ICU and needs our help.Joe Marvin Escuadra, policeman serving his country in the Philippines, was just looking after his child, Dylan Escuadra, when the child was confined to the hospital for bronchopneumonia. He was just sleeping inside the hospital room, where his son was confined after reporting from duty when he suffered from brain aneurysm and meningitis. He wasn't breathing for 30 minutes before he was revived by the doctors from the hospital. Now he is staying inside the ICU unconscious. He is currently confined in the ICU of the Skyline Hospital and Medical Center in San Jose Del Monte City in Bulacan.We are reaching to everyone with a good heart to reach our goal. He needs P72,000 everyday for his stay inside the ICU. He needs P1,000,000 until he recovers. We know that it is a lot to ask of you, but we are reaching to your good hearts. Please let Joe Marvin Escuadra see his son again by helping us reach our goal. He is a loving father to his 2-year-old son and a loving husband to his supportive wife. He has served his country proud as an officer of the law. Please open your hearts to him and extend a helping hand.You can also send in your donatioms here:BPI Account #: 0389087122Account name: Maria Rose Ann R Marcos  

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Philippines

Health

93%

Raised So Far : PHP 93,856

Target : PHP 100,000

Campaign Ends : 8/15/2017

14 September 2017With only a matter of hours until the end of our campaign, we cannot express our gratitude to all of our donors for your support. We may have not met our goals but we are extremely thankful for the generosity of each and every one of you in your belief of giving these children another chance at life to have a brighter future. With the amount we have raised so far, RM76,262, we would be able to keep our doors open for these wonderful children for a few months. We would like to thank you all once again for your immense support. Together, we can fight for providing education for all. ___________________________________________________________17 August 2017Thank you so much for your support. We have been overwhelmed by the generosity from all of our donors in helping our crowdfunding campaign reach over RM47, 000. We cannot express how grateful we are of this achievement and how this has helped the Academy in keeping its doors open for another month longer. Despite the overwhelming generous support already received, we still have a long way to go to reach our RM200,000 goal. Please help us in this pursuit of helping underprivileged children get an education. Your donation would ensure that these children have a safe environment for education, meals, and help these children achieve their big dreams and break the chain of poverty.Our amazing students thank you for you attention and help!                                                                                                                   With tragedy striking many parts of the world today, the right to an education has been stripped away from many refugee and stateless children. You have the opportunity and power to give them a chance for a brighter future; a chance to live their dreams and contribute to society.IDEAS Academy is a learning centre for marginalised and vulnerable children based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Most of the students are refugees and stateless persons. It is one of a small number of schools in Malaysia which provides secondary school level education for refugee children. Due to the law, they do not have access to public schools.At IDEAS Academy, we believe in education for all, regardless of background, ethnicity or economic situation. A child should not be deprived an education simply because she is a refugee or stateless. We aim to give every child aged 12 to 18 years old in our care, an education which will open doors of opportunity for them. We believe that they can grow up to become responsible, confident and compassionate individuals who will help their families and communities.At the moment, our learning centre is facing hard times. We are running out of funds to keep our doors open. With 125 amazing students (and 60 more children on our waitlist), IDEAS Academy might actually be forced to close in August.We need at least RM 200,000 (or USD 50 000) to keep the lights on, pay rent and teachers' salaries, and provide food for the children until the end of December. Please help our learning centre survive this year by making a generous donation to our cause.Your donation would go a long way towards ensuring that these children will be able to have a safe environment for their education, and to be able to take their first steps towards fulfilling their ambitions of becoming doctors, teachers and productive members of society.Your donation will help build and empower them to realise their dreams of the future.Thank you.  

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Malaysia

Children, Education, Refugees

40%

Raised So Far : MYR 80,625

Target : MYR 200,000

Campaign Ends : 9/17/2017

Good Shepherd Learning Centre is a refuge for migrant kids in the Phuket community. As the ONLY resource for food and education for almost 200 children, their funds are running low and they are in danger of closing down. If this happens, the children (between the ages of 7 - 15) run a high risk of being exposed to drugs, prostitution and other rampant forms of exploitation.We can't solve all their problems (though we wish we can), but what we can do is to help keep the centre open at merely USD 115.00 / RM 440.00 a day. Our target is to raise enough money to keep them open for the next 6 months, so any contributions big or small will go a long way! To chip in, please click the "Donate Now" button to buy us and the children a little bit of time as we work on something more sustainable. To find out more about what we are doing and who this is for, please read on or refer to https://gslcphuketfunds.blogspot.my/WHO NEEDS YOUR HELP? For most of the 200 children at Good Shepherd Learning Centre (Phuket), the future is bleak. These sons and daughters of the migrant Myanmar community in Phuket have the odds stacked up against them as they do not have identification documents, proper schooling and safe lodgings. Unlike you and me, they are unable to plan for and decide on their future. Their predicament stemmed from intentions that are not too different from ours - their parents just wanted to create a better future for themselves and their families. Unfortunately, their desperation were in turn exploited and they end up saddled with debt in a foreign country, in conditions that were no better than what they had left behind. The children grow up in slums. They sleep in houses that are clumsily put together using scrap metal and pieces of wood. They play amongst boiling pots of water and piles of garbage. They drink tepid rainwater that had been collected from the previous days' rainfall. And this will continue because they simply do not have better options.  GOOD SHEPHERD LEARNING CENTRE PHUKETGood Shepherd Learning Centre Phuket was established by a Good Shepherd Sister, Sister Lakana Sukhsuchit, with the hopes of giving these children a small shot at life. The centre provides the children, aged 5-17, with basic education and for many, their only warm meal for the day. It is also a temporary refuge for the children, as it limits their exposure to the ever present vices and hazardous conditions that are rampant in the slums. Without the Centre as well, many of the children will be drafted by their parents to help out at the fish factories, to help their families earn extra income. The Centre currently relies on funding from a local donor, but the funds will run dry come May 2018. HOW MUCH DO THEY NEED?The centre needs at least USD 115 / RM 440 a day to keep operating. This is the cost required to provide one simple lunch for all 200 children who attends the Learning Centre. This excludes the administration costs and Teacher's salaries, which can run up to USD 1,290 / RM 5,000 per month. As you can see, our top priority is to keep the meal services for the next 8 months. This is as Lunch, regarded by many of the children as their highlight, represents the one and only meal that they will get for the day. Here are some of our milestones:      USD 2,300 / RM 8,800 - Centre stays open till end June (20 days)     USD 4,600 / RM 17,600 - Centre stays open till end July (40 days)     USD 6,900 / RM 26,400 - Centre stays open till end August (60 days)     USD 9,200 / RM 35,200 - Centre stays open till end Sept (80 days)     USD 11,500 / RM 44,000 - Centre stays open till end Oct (100 days)     USD 13,800 / RM 52,800 - Centre stays open till end Nov (120 days)     USD 16,100 / RM 61,600 - Centre stays open till end Dec (140 days)      USD 18,400 / RM 70,400 - Centre stays open till Jan 2019 (160 days)WHAT HAPPENS IF WE REACH THE TARGET? We understand that this is by no means a sustainable plan. We are working with the centre to develop a longer-term funding strategy that is based on a self-sustaining model which will allow the centre to run independently without funders. If you need any more information, please feel free to contact us at: email: info@djunglepeople.com tel: +603-7877 8008 facebook: fb.com/DJunglePeople Thank you so much in advance!   

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Malaysia

Children

80%

Raised So Far : MYR 56,366

Target : MYR 70,000

Campaign Ends : 6/30/2018

Roy is our cousin who has been diagnosed with Stage 4 Tuberculosis  - Pneumonia and is currently confined in an ICU at San Lazaro hospital in Manila. He needs to be transferred to a better facility to get the best health assistance as well.  Thus, any amount is much appreciated and a big help for our cousin's speedy recovery. You can also donate by transferring money directly to a bank account.BDO:Ma. Isabel A. Oliverosaccount # 010330146815Security Bank:Ma. Isabel A. Oliverosaccount # 0000010235091BPI:Isaiah Vincent A. Oliverosaccount # 9829182618 (savings)Thank you and God bless!  

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Philippines

Medical & Health

55%

Raised So Far : PHP 55,523

Target : PHP 100,000

Campaign Ends : 7/31/2018

This is the official fundraising page for Austin “Danger” Metro, one of the competing teams in this year's Mongol Rally. The team is composed of three British adventurers: Hong Kong-based father-and-son duo Ian “Danger” De Witt, and Henry-Morgan “A Bit Dangerous If He Hasn’t Eaten” aka “Harry” De Witt (…until such time as Harry gets bored and abandons his father for the sun of Greece with his friends, and who can blame him, if indeed the car gets that far), and Ian’s Singapore-based friend (and Harry’s god father) Andrew “Not So Dangerous Really aka Toots Magoots” Martin. Driving 15,000kms in in a 30 year old 988cc Austin Metro, the team comprising a 6’5 student and middle aged (and arguably mildly overweight) lawyers with no mechanical ability between them whatsoever are confident in the British engineering and craftsmanship that made the Metro, indeed, what could possibly go wrong. In embarking on this race the team are hoping to raise funds for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre in Hong Kong, Singapore’s Yellow Ribbon Fund  and UK-based Cool Earth. Funds raised will be divided equally among all three beneficiaries.  

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Hong Kong

Sport & Leisure

149%

Raised So Far : HKD 53,904

Target : HKD 36,000

Campaign Ends : 8/20/2018

Social Enterprises ( 68 Results )

Kakani Himlayan is a cottage industry which produces natural dyes. The objective of Kakani Himalayan Natural dyes is to use the waste of the forest to produce natural dyes - this is the first venture of its kind started by women to create opportunities and develop the skills of the women involved.  

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Environment

The Autism Café Project, which opened its doors in August 2016.  Founded by Adli Yahya, Father of Muhammad Luqman Shariff who is in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Fulled by his regrets of having mistreated his son.  Setting up Autism Cafe Project (ACP) and helping Luqman to live life to the fullest is his way of seeking forgiveness from him. ACP provides opportunity for youth with ASD to have a better future as well as safe space for them to work . Currently we have 7 staff with ASD working at the cafe and another 9 in our pool of part time staff.  ACP welcomes donation but the goal is to make the project as self-sustainable as possible in the long run. ACP serves as a training group for youth with ASD to slowly integrate back into the society by securing their future through their job. We have a cafe that is the training ground and 3 (three) food kiosk for them to work in.  

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Disability

AGRIBLOCK BUILDERS is a social enterprise start-up from the Philippines that promotes and uses green construction in enabling access to sustainable and strong housing material RHAC (Rice Hull Ash Cement) hollow blocks benefiting the homeless, underpriviledged and typhoon sticken communities in Eastern Visayas.  

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Environment, Human Rights

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 Malay, Indian and Chinese  ladies till date, and still counting more.Our's is a multicultural work force. 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 now baking for Ramadhan and festive sales. 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 will work hard to succeed and be a testimony of breakthrough.  

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Children, Education, Elderly, Poverty, Refugees, Social Welfare, Women, Youth

Art For Good is a social enterprise that provides art programs to vulnerable children. We help children from low income families & children with special needs, rare disorders & behavioural problems. Art for good helps communities by doing good through art.We promote mental well being, through visual art creative expression, with art therapy and art enrichment programs and workshops. We believe that good mental health should start from an early age and our mission is to help as many children as possible! Art For Good is based on the philosophy of using art to do good. Art can be used to provide therapeutic benefits on a clinical level (Art Therapy) and an educational level (Art as Therapy) for both children and adults.  

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Arts, Children, Mental Health, Poverty, Youth

ArtSE is a social enterprise by Goshen Art which focuses on cultivating an all-inclusive community by empowering seniors, low-income, special needs and underprivileged families through visual arts or art related activities. As a social impact business, we endeavor to reinvest all returns towards ArtSE operations and complementary social causes.  

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Arts, Children, Disability, Welfare

Backyard Tour is a social enterprise that aims to empower rural communities in Sarawak; Kuching for now, through sustainable tourism. We see that there are lots of tourism potential in the villages around Kuching that are hidden from travel maps and the people there are living on the brink of poverty with issues such as youth unemployment, idleness, alcoholism, increased rural to urban migration. Thus, we want to combine the act of solving these social problems as well as bringing more hidden beauties around Sarawak to the public eye through the tours conducted. The tours will include short excursions, overnight stays, education camps. leadership camps, various events that will enable travelers to learn about the native culture, building structure, biodiversity and unique skills from the community members. We hope to be able to bring a wave of change in the tourism industry that focuses too much on corporate profit and bring more equity to the local communities through our unique business model that gives ownership to the community members, such as having local guides and logistics provided by the locals. Also we want to add value to the travelers' stay here in Kuching.  

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Indigenous, Poverty, Sport & Leisure, Youth

Bambike is a socio-ecological enterprise based in the Philippines that hand-makes bamboo bicycles with fair-trade labor and sustainable building practices. Our bamboo bike builders (aka Bambuilders) come from Gawad Kalinga, a Philippine based community development organization for the poor, working to bring an end to poverty. We have programs that include scholarships, sponsoring a preschool teacher, and a weekly feeding program for children, as well as a bamboo nursery for reforestation. Bambike is a company that is interested in helping out people and the planet, dedicated to social and environmental stewardship. Our goal is to do better business and to make the greenest bikes on the planet. Bambike Revolution Cycles: People-Planet-Progress.  

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Education, Environment, Health, Poverty, Social Welfare, Sport & Leisure, Youth

BEAT’ABOX GROUP is a social enterprise, founded, initiated and powered by young people, using music as a vehicle to bring positive solutions to societal needs, to heighten joyful vibrancy of life in Singapore, and to develop leadership and entrepreneurial ability, and active citizenry, especially among young people.   BEAT’ABOX GROUP activities are divisible into these main arenas: Education, Arts and Community.   EDUCATION: Our vision is for every household, corporate entity and educational institution in Singapore to own a cajon, and to be equipped with proper foundational skills in playing a cajon. With this head-start in Singapore, we aim to become a world-leader in cajon training. We are, at the moment, the only organization in this part of the world that offers a structured programme for learning to master the cajon, a world percussive instrument originating from Peru, dating back to the 17th century.   Through our education arm, we do not aim to just create music appreciation or mastery of the cajon, but we see this simple populist instrument as a means to achieve positive individual and organizational goals, such as self-confidence, team-building and volunteerism.ARTS: BEAT’ABOX brings a vibrant and creative approach towards the enjoyment and sharing of music in the local arts performance scene through our unique skills in the cajon. We also promote young and upcoming local artistes through collaboration in events, and provide them a platform for greater visibility.   BEAT’ABOX also aims to influence the performance scene in Singapore by injecting made-in-Singapore world-class BEAT’ABOX cajons into the local arts performance scene.   COMMUNITY: BEAT’ABOX GROUP formed The Cajon Society, our community outreach arm, with a mission to unite citizens of all ages, from various walks of life, through the uplifting skill of music-making and creative drumming on the cajon.   

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Arts, Education, Music, Youth

Build for Tomorrow is leading a group of Orang Asli builders and a growing number of volunteers in the construction of the first Earthship in Malaysia. The main focus of the project is: 1-    To develop a self-sustainable structure that provides its users with all basic needs (shelter, drinking water, food, energy, sewage treatment) without polluting the environment; 2-    To train a group of Orang Asli builders on how to replicate these structures while understanding the importance of developing designs that minimize environmental impactThe building consists of two houses and one community hall with capacity for 50 people. The land where the project is taking place belongs to one of the local families, and they have agreed to open the space for the use of the community. One of the two houses will be used by the family and the second house is planned to be used for home stays.Project Current StatusThe main structures of the building have been completed using more than 800 tyres, thousands of bottles, cans, recycled banners, cardboard, recycled timber, and other discarded materials. The solar panels are installed and working. The rainwater harvesting system is fully operational and the tanks are full of water. The sewage treatment system has been completed.The food production and water recycling system is fully installed and ready to be used.Currently the project has come to a hold due to lack of financial resources. To complete the project, Build for Tomorrow is aiming to raise RM40,000 (approx USD10,000). The money will be used to cover: -      Local Labor (we have employed builders from the local community as full time workers) and Build for Tomorrow deficit (our project leader has been working for months at no cost to the project); -      Materials for the remaining works (elevated water tanks, windows, doors, internal walls and flooring); -      Transport costs; -      Miscellaneous.  

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Education, Environment, Humanitarian Aid, Indigenous

About CaptionCube For schools, training providers and agencies with public education videos, CaptionCube is the only provider that specialises in captioning of lecture/seminar/online videos to increase communication accessibility and support an inclusive learning environment. Unlike traditional captioning providers, CaptionCube is a social enterprise that leverages on technology and crowd-sourced transcription process to provide quality, timely captions at low prices.  How We Got Started CaptionCube was founded in response to a lack of effective and affordable modes of communication for deaf and hard-of-hearing community in a lecture/seminar setting. Understanding the fragmented landscape of the deaf learners in Singapore, we focused on building a universal solution that: will not only benefit deaf learners but also hearing students supports progression of education institutes in building a more engaging and inclusive environmentCaptionCube is registered as a private limited company as we believe that in order to build a sustainable source of communication support to students with special needs, the service provider needs to be backed by a profitable business model that is able to quickly attract and groom manpower, and provide adequate rewards for them to contribute their service and uphold quality standards. Due to the small market size of persons with special needs, the company also needs to be able to derive income from a wider market and provide other related services in the area of speech/text data and conversion. For the focus on our social mission, CaptionCube is also recognised as a social enterprise by raiSE Singapore. Social MissionCaptionCube aims to increase the public's awareness of the different needs in society, encourage the co-building of an inclusive society and highlight the importance and benefits of captions in providing communication accessibility. Through captions, we facilitate transmission of education and enhance the learning experience of special needs students (particularly deaf/hard of hearing students) in schools as well as adult learners with hearing loss in their lifelong learning journey. This leads to increased advancement rates of special needs students to attain higher education, increased retention rates and performance level of these students in schools, and better job opportunities and enhanced employability for persons with special needs as well as the mature population. Our web-based crowd-sourced transcription platform aims to provide meaningful, freelance transcribing job opportunities for persons who require flexible working hours due to family or health conditions e.g. physical disabilities.   

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Disability, Education

This is the best time in the history for youths to live in. However, millions of youths today experience the worst records of human trafficking, depression, suicides, juvenile crime, rape, dangerous online activities, bankruptcy… the statistics show that worse is to come.  There are 41.2% of youths in Malaysia who lack soft skill thus affecting them from getting hired even though they are qualified. (Research done by Perspective Strategies 2015).  MTV Asia International survey among 26 countries recorded Malaysia youths between 12-24 years old with the highest levels of boredom at 83%.. CYW wants to play a strong part in bringing down the statistics on the above issues to approximately 11 million youths, ranging from 15-30 years old, which is over one third of the population. Our vision & mission To Empower Youths For a Greater Purpose - reshaping mindsets to be Innovators  and transformational leaders that gives back to society. Our Mission Designing “High Concept” environments that inspires learning.  Creating “High Touch” events; training, coaching and mentoring (TCM) programs that help them discover their purpose. Initiating Collaborative spaces for them to play, create and enjoy their learning process. Raising Trendsetters to become great communicators and innovators that infuse the values of Dignity, Integrity  & Empathy. Fighting the cause of social injustice especially to end modern day slavery in our lifetime. Business Model General Motors Lutz responded to New York Times when asked what was his plan as CEO and he said “It’s more right brain. . . . I see us being in the art business. Art, entertainment and mobile sculpture, which, coincidentally, also happens to provide transportation.” CYW sees an innovative training facility that includes gamification, music and creative arts to stimulate and activate different parts of the right brain to help with communication & innovation.  This stimulations will benefit them in their future studies, work life, friendship and family. We see all the events we organise well designed, powerful storytelling, blended with different creative environments, loads of fun, capturing the emotions of every youth, bringing meaning, fulfilment and liberating them to pursue the greatest thing in life - Purpose. We see ourselves a Youth Movement that besides giving them a better future, we help activate them to become more socially responsible by being actively involve in our social causes that we fight. In summary, our main goal is to create a learning environment where they will be Empowered in Communication & Innovation Skills through various Activation points that ignites youths to enjoy a wholistic life.   

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Education, Human Rights, Music, Poverty, Refugees, Women, Youth

Fundraisers ( 7,547 Results )

Fundraising for:
IDEAS Autism Centre

Dear friends,In Malaysia, affordable care and therapy for autistic children is limited. While there are over 28 primary schools providing special education, there is still a shortage of affordable early intervention services that are available for low-income families. IDEAS Autism Centre (IAC), a charity project of the Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs (IDEAS) was set up in 2012 to cater to those who cannot afford early intervention, care and therapy for their autistic children from urban poor families. We focus on children aged 3 to 9, with the aim of building their independence so that they can enter the mainstream primary education system. Our ultimate aim is to support the students to get into the mainstream primary schools by the age of 9 years old. By giving them the quality care that they need at a young age helps them to live a productive self-sustainable life later in life. We currently have 31 children at our IDEAS Autism Centre in Rawang, and there are also children joining us for therapy sessions.Our children all come from low and middle income family background, hence making it difficult for parents to fund the annual increment in costs. Therefore, to meet our mission and to continue our culture of excellence, we rely on the generosity of donors for support. Without the assistance of generous friends, we wouldn't be able to pursue our mission to help these children and their families.However, IDEAS Autism Centre (IAC) is in dire need for funds. Around RM690,000 (177543.90 USD) is needed annually to maintain IAC’s operations and offer quality care for underprivileged families with children suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). IDEAS Autism Centre (IAC) has hired a part time Fundraising Manager who will diversify its income streams and raise funds through fundraising campaigns, support of other foundations, individual donors, businesses and the community. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and the month of fasting for Muslims. As the blessed month of Ramadhan is approaching, we are sincerely approaching and appeal to all kind souls to crowdfund for your support by making a donation to IDEAS Autism Centre. In conjunction with Ramadan this year, I'm looking to raise as much money as possible throughout Ramadhan to go towards the autistic children who needs our help. In addition, we are reminded of the benefits and importance of giving alms (sadaqa) in the blessed month of Ramadan that would not only benefit those in need but also themselves. Besides the compulsory act of Zakat as an exemplification of generosity, there are other generous deeds, which a Muslim can commit for the well-being of fellow humans in general and Muslims, in particular. Therefore, this crowdfunding is one of the platform that can help us to raise the funds for our children. By donating RM50, donation will make a big difference to our children and their centre as well as the families of the children.  I would also appreciate it if you would share my crowdfunding campaign page on Facebook and Twitter to help me reach more people. I really hope we can benefit from your generosity. “THE MORE YOU GIVE, THE MORE YOU GET”  

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4%

Raised So Far : MYR 140

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Fundraising for:
WWF-Malaysia

 

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Fundraising for:
World Vision Philippines

Have you come to a point in your life that you feel so blessed by God and all seemed to be going your way? Have someone touched you with kindness and  you have that urge to pay it forward but does not exactly know how.  This I hope will bring you to PAUSE and to ACT.Someone did say, "No one wins in a war.  They lost, but we didn't win." The number of internally displaced persons in Marawi has reached more than 200,000.  Let us help the  families affected and displaced by the crossfire.  WORLD VISION is ready to respond to the urgent needs of the displaced families by providing hygiene kits and non-food items such as mosquito nets, mats, blankets and malong.  The children will also be provided with learning spaces and learner's kits.World Vision, 60 years in the Philippines, is a Christian non-profit humanitarian organization dedicated to caring for children and building sustainable communities. Through your online support, your donation  will go directly to WORLD VISION for financial accountability and transparency.  My World Vision journey started way back in 2001 that led me to sponsor a child from Isabela for 14 years until he graduated in high school. Today he is aiming to join the Philippine Coast Guard.  Since then I have continued the journey, this time sponsoring a Grade 3 child from Antique. My 16 years relationship with World Vision has been of trust and fulfillment, and I want you to experience it as well."When God blesses us financially, don't raise our standard of living.  Raise our standard of GIVING." - Mark Batterson  

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205%

Raised So Far : PHP 102,800

Fundraising for:
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  

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100%

Raised So Far : HKD 6,250

Fundraising for:
Teach For Malaysia

Teach For Malaysia is a not-for-profit organization which envisions that one day, all children in Malaysia will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education. The organization believes that every kid, regardless of background- deserves a fighting chance. A few of us are getting together to fight the dreaded spicy noodles in an attempt to raise funds for Teach For Malaysia. The more you donate, the spicier it gets!Breakdown of pledges, if we raise:RM100 - 1 packet of sauce RM150 - 1 packet of sauce 5 drops of tabasco RM 200 - 2 packets of sauce and 5 drops of tabascoRM 250 - 2 packets of sauce, 1 green chili padi, 5 drops of TabascoRM 300 - 2 packets of sauce, 1 green chili padi, 5 drops of Tabasco, sambal from nasi kunyit uncleLifeline (Pledges that come on the day itself will unlock lifelines! Lifelines can ALSO be pledged.)100ml bottle of water: RM201 packet of KitKat and water: RM 501 slice of bread and milk: RM50  

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10%

Raised So Far : MYR 200

Fundraising for:
Rainbow Centre, Singapore

The items listed below are the total amount of items that the charity has asked for. Please select the items you wish to donate to the school or simply donate to the appeal-  28 yoga mats $420. (Each yoga mat is $15 so please purchase/donate a minimum of 2)-  2 x class football goals $120-  8 step up platforms $320  (Each platform is $40)- 3 x basketballs $36 - 3 x footballs $15 - 1 x Basketball backboard $40  - 2 x Frisbee's $12- 3 x Velcro dartboards $14- 2 x Velcro dart balls $10- 1 x tennis turnball set $40- 2 x Funnyten set $40- 1 x Ikea basic train set $25- 1 x Ikea Toy Vehicle $13- 1 x Ikea Train Set $13- 1 x Ikea Train Bridge Set $13- 1 x Ikea Engine Shed $20  

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167%

Raised So Far : SGD 3,348

Fundraising for:
The National Cancer Society of Malaysia (NCSM)

In Asia Pacific we aim to raise USD10,000 towards the group target of USD47,000. All of our funds raised will go towards the country's respective Cancer Society.As we all know cancer is a terrible disease which affects many peoples lives. Cancer Societies offer an invaluable service that has helped to save millions of lives by discovering new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. Researchers  have made consistent progress in the fight against cancer, which can only be continued with the support of every single donation made. Every dollar counts, no matter how small or large, by placing a donation on this page, you are helping to change peoples lives. So please help us hit our fundraising goals and make that donation now. Why put it off until tomorrow when you can make a difference today?   

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Raised So Far : MYR 0

Fundraising for:
Singapore Cancer Society (SCS)

Relay for Life is the world’s largest cancer fundraising event across the globe and between from August 1 - October 31, Airswift will be hosting various events (all of them active!) around the world for employee’s, contractors and clients to participate in.Our goals are simply to educate and promote cancer awareness, raise an ambitious USD47,000 for cancer research and services – and to have a good time doing it!In Asia Pacific we aim to raise USD10,000 towards the group target of USD47,000. All of our funds raised will go towards the country's respective Cancer Society.As we all know cancer is a terrible disease which affects many peoples lives. Cancer Societies offer an invaluable service that has helped to save millions of lives by discovering new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. Researchers  have made consistent progress in the fight against cancer, which can only be continued with the support of every single donation made. Every dollar counts, no matter how small or large, by placing a donation on this page, you are helping to change peoples lives. So please help us hit our fundraising goals and make that donation now. Why put it off until tomorrow when you can make a difference today?   

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Raised So Far : SGD 0

Fundraising Events ( 676 Results )

Celebrate your life by honouring theirs.Are you looking for a special way to celebrate your birthday this year? Instead of receiving physical gifts, leverage your special day for good by asking your friends and family to donate to Branches of Hope on your behalf to care for the refugee community in Hong Kong.  

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Hong Kong

Abuse, Human Rights, Refugees

3%

Raised So Far : HKD 19,246

Target : HKD 500,000

01/05/2018 - 30/09/2019

Do you want to sponsor a child? When you join our child sponsorship program, your monthly gift gives our most at-risk students the aid and support they need to stay in school and pursue their passions. If you believe that children around the world deserve access to the arts regardless of their background, join our child sponsorship program today. What Is Child Sponsorship?Our Child Sponsorship Program connects generous donors with children in difficult situations beyond their control. Your monthly donation provides our students with targeted support, including:Free, nutritious lunch 5 days a weekBreakfast and Dinner StipendsSchool SuppliesFirst Aid & Medical CareFamily and Personal counseling from professional social workersNeeds Based AssistanceUnlike many other sponsor a child programs around the world, Phare Ponleu Selpak runs a responsible Collective Sponsorship Program.What Is Collective Sponsorship?Our approach to child sponsorship puts the needs of the child first. Through our collective sponsorship model, the donations from our dedicated sponsors are gathered in a communal pool. This way, we provide targeted support to the largest number of children possible.Collective Sponsorship is the ethical choice for sponsorship programs. By eliminating the direct one to one relationship, accountability is removed from the children. Instead we the supporters are accountable to the children. As a sponsor, you will receive stories of hope and change from all the children in the program.Can You Trust Phare Ponleu Selpak?Yes. Phare Ponleu Selpak has been supporting and defending the rights of our children and students since 1994. Our dedicated team of social workers travel into our community every day to meet with children and parents. The social workers strive to ensure that the needs of the children are met, and that the care is of consistently high quality.100% of the money donated through our Child Sponsorship Program goes directly to the programs mentioned above. For greater financial transparency, please view the financial section of our most recent Annual Report.What Happens After You Join?Our sponsors are integral members of the Phare Family. 7 to 10 days after you join our Sponsorship Program you will receive a personalized thank you note from our dedicated staff. Members of our sponsorship program receive an exclusive newsletter every 3 months that includes reports, updates on policy, and stories from the children.  

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Cambodia

Arts, Children, Education, Emotional Support, Music, Poverty, Sport & Leis...

Raised So Far : USD 0

Target : USD 10,000

01/01/2018 - 01/01/2022

What I Have I Give Campaign“What I Have I Give” invites you to think of creative ways to serve others and give back through innovative, personalised campaigns. No two campaigns are alike, allowing for each person to use their unique passions and talents to serve others.  

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Hong Kong

Abuse, Human Rights, Refugees

Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 500,000

01/05/2018 - 30/09/2019

Our goal at the Pit Stop Community Cafe is to try and help not just our fellow man but also other organisations that are in need of a little boost every now and then. One of our partners is Feeding the Needy (FTN), a mobile soup kitchen that runs out of Chow Kit every Thursday night, serving between 450 and 700 people every week. To support FTN and to enable ourselves to be a little more self-sustainable, the Pit Stop provides 50 meals every fortnight to FTN, at RM6.50 per meal and 40 packs of porridge every fortnight at RM3.50 per portion. For less than half the cost of a Starbucks coffee or a Coffee Bean ice blended, one person will not go to sleep hungry that night. To help FTN feel a little more secure about at least a fraction of their food source for the future, we are looking to raise enough funds to provide them with 100 meals a month + 80 packs of porridge (or whenever necessary) for the next 12 months. Please, help us help others.   

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Malaysia

Education, Elderly, Environment, Health, Poverty, Social Welfare, Women, Y...

191%

Raised So Far : MYR 2,300

Target : MYR 1,200

22/12/2017 - 31/08/2019

On your birthday, pledge to make the world a better place for children.Step 1 : Click the "Start Fundraising" buttonStep 2 : Setup your fundraising page. Pick your cause for children, and for your birthday, ask your loved ones to donate towards your cause.Step 3 : Spread the word to your friends and family!Watch your donation grow and see how children smile because of you!  ***************************************Download your fundraising pack to find out more: *************************************** for every child, someone like you  

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Malaysia

Children, Humanitarian Aid, Welfare

100%

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 0

29/07/2018 - 31/07/2019

We at the Jane Goodall Institute (HK) would like to invite YOU to support our Chimp Guardian Program. You have the opportunity to become an official Chimp Guardian at our sanctuary in Tchimpounga. With your contribution, the chimpanzees will be provided the necessary care and rehabilitation in our sanctuaries. As one for our Chimp Guardians ($500HKD/Month) you will receive:A Chimp Guardian CertificateRegular updates from Tchimpounga on your chosen chimpanzeeA 1-year JGI membership which includes invitations to all our exclusive activities and eventsYour donation every month goes towards the upkeep and care of the chimpanzee you are the guardian of. Please select the number of months your would like to support your chimpanzee.Below you will find a short description on each member of our Chimp Guardian Program. You can find an photograph of each chimpanzee in our gallery.AmazonAmazon loves to peer into the pockets of our caretaker's pants and shirts and clean their clothes of any small leaves or dirt smudges. Amazon does not like to see dirty clothes! It is evident that she feels more at ease with her human caregivers, and while this may seem endearing, this is not normal or healthy behaviour and caregivers must try to correct it.AnzacAnzac is very independent and likes to explore alone, although she is always more comfortable when caretakers and the other chimpanzees are nearby. Another chimpanzee, Alex, is one of Anzac’s best friends. They are almost inseparable and spend almost all of their time together.FaleroWhile Falero should be integrated into a group of chimpanzees his own age, there are few near him in age in the sanctuary, and around the time of his arrival, Lounama, a chimpanzee who had been transferred to the new island sanctuary sites, suddenly had to be transferred back to the main sanctuary. Lounama has a heart condition that must be monitored more closely than possible on the islands. JeJeJeje is a very charismatic chimpanzee and has many friends in his group. He always wants to play and have fun with them. Jeje is one of the most beloved chimpanzees at Tchimpounga.KaukaKauka has problems integrating with other chimpanzees, He continually fails to be accepted by other individuals. There is something in the personality of Kauka that prevents him from adapting to social life with his new groupmates. KefanKefan is one of the most charismatic chimpanzees living at Tchimpounga. He is a strong male with a dominant personality, but in spite of his great strength, Kefan has demonstrated a great respect for the JGI caretakers who work with him and his group. Caregiver Willy in particular is a great friend of Kefan’s. Their friendship began many years ago, when Kefan was still an infant.KudiaKudia spends most of her time bonding with Hope, Wounda’s son. Kudia is one of the most playful chimpanzees on Tchibebe Island, she is considered the leader of her group. LembaLemba likes to climb to the highest platform in her enclosure and watch as their food is made each day. When it’s ready she can call out, alerting all of the other chimpanzees who can hear her in enclosures nearby that their food is on the way. LousingoLousingo had been the victim of poachers who killed his mother and then sold him as a pet to a person who dressed him like a human baby. Fortunately, Lousingo has recovered from the trauma of his early life and is enjoying life on the island of Tchibebé, along with other chimpanzees with similar pasts.LucLuc is a true explorer. He manages to convince his group every morning to take a long walk on the forest throughout the island. Now that the facilities are more complete, the caregivers rarely have physical contact with the chimpanzees unless there is a situation that requires it such as veterinary care or feeding. For this reason, Luc’s group hikes through the forest are a mystery to the staff.MambouAfter the last several chimpanzees have been transferred to Ngombe and Tchibebe Islands, Mambou has become the largest chimpanzee in his group. It’s increbile to think that tiny Mambou, who arrived at Tchimpounga almost dead just a few years ago, now is a strong and energetic chimp.MbeboMany species of animals are made up of individuals who each have their own special abilities. This is certainly true of chimpanzees, where, among a group, one can see many chimpanzees with different personalities and specific skills. This is the case with Mbebo, who stands out among his group for his ability to understand and use tools. It’s very common to see him using stones to open the hard shell of palm nuts.MoboulouMoboulou is the self-appointed caretaker of the group, he is one of the first to notice the presence of wild chimpanzees close to the enclosure. Whenever the screams of the wild chimpanzees echo through the enclosure, Moboulou will scan the horizon and patrol the enclosure's fence to look out for any curious wild chimpanzees.Petit PrincePetit Prince spends his time eating and resting. The caregivers at Tchimpounga pay great attention to the diet of the chimpanzees. After ensuring he has enough fruit to fill his belly, Petit Prince begins to devour leaves quickly. It seems that he likes these; that they are a delicacy for him. When the other chimpanzees have finished with their other food, problems begin. Petit Prince still has many green leaves and his companions wander around trying to take some. Petit Prince is attentive and prevents them from taking any of his stash, except perhaps for those to whom he may owe a favor, but no more. TimiTimi enjoys his quiet life with his group at the Tchimpounga sanctuary. Lately he is less active and spends a lot of time in the shadow of the platforms in their enclosure to escape the heat. During the last few weeks it has been very hot in the Republic of Congo. Timi prefers to walk around and be more active at dusk when the temperature is more pleasant.WoundaWounda is the most famous chimpanzee of the Tchimpounga sanctuary. The video of her embrace of the Dr. Jane Goodall when she was released on the Jane Goodall Institute’s new sanctuary sites on Tchindzoulou Island circled the world. Shortly after, Dr. Goodall would recognize that this was one of the most fascinating moments of her life. We all wondered why Wounda decided to give that almost magical embrace to Dr. Jane Goodall if she hardly knew her. This was an incredibly emotional experience for the entire team there.YokoYoko is a special chimpanzee who is very shy and introverted. He had to live for some time on his own because of these personality characteristics. He just couldn’t handle being with a group of other chimpanzees. He was recently moved to Tchindzoulou where he was being watched closely to see if he could handle this new situation. He settled in well, however, he is going to experience another big change as soon as the facilities on the island are complete and more and more chimpanzees are transferred there.  

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Hong Kong

Animals, Education, Environment, Youth

Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 10,000

17/07/2017 - 15/07/2019

Prevention is Better Than Cure. These Funds will allow 500 unfortunate families who have slippery floor tiles to imply floor safety into their housing.Every charitable act is a stepping stone towards safety for another family!  The fact is as we are getting older, falling risk increases.However, falls should not be regarded as a natural part of ageing and it can be PREVENTED!Don’t let falls become your burden in life! Slip and fall accidents are common on wet floors, especially for the elderly and young children.They can be serious and at times, fatal. Protect your loved ones today with SlipMedic - Stone Grip.Stone Grip is a tested colvent anti-slip solution that increases the co-efficient of friction. With easy application, it is highly effective and greatly reduces the risks of slip accidents.Let's Raise awareness about Floor safety and prevent situations that could have possibly happen!  

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Singapore

All, Arts, Disability, Elderly, Environment, Music, Social Welfare, Sport ...

Raised So Far : SGD 500

Target : SGD 100,000

21/03/2018 - 31/03/2019

Founded by renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall, the Jane Goodall Institute is a global nonprofit dedicated to wildlife research, education and conservation. The primary focus of the Jane Goodall Institute Hong Kong office is “Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots”, an education program which empowers young people to care for the environment, the community and animals through action. We have a selection of books available that relate to Dr. Jane Goodall and the causes that our organisation believes in. All proceeds from the sale of books will aid the work of the the Jane Goodall Institute (HK). All prices are inclusive of shipping costs. Book information - A Prayer for World Peace (HKD150): http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/25246397-a-prayer-for-world-peaceDoctor White (HKD150): http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1309925.Dr_WhiteIn the Shadow of Man (HKD120): http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/135486.In_the_Shadow_of_ManJane Goodall With Love (HKD100): http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1249576.With_LoveThe Chimpanzee Children of Gombe (HKD150): http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20949231-chimpanzee-children-of-gombeThe Eagle and the Wren (HKD100): http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/2681373-the-eagle-the-wren和黑猩猩在一起 (HKD40): https://book.douban.com/subject/1922389/我有夢 (HKD40): http://www.books.com.tw/products/0010517009  

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Hong Kong

Animals, Education, Environment, Youth

100%

Raised So Far : HKD 0

Target : HKD 0

01/03/2017 - 01/03/2019

We always say that dogs that cross our path are lucky dogs but now with excess of 100 dogs at our kennels in Sai Kung, your support can make a huge difference in the life of one or more dogs. We need your support however small to maintain them to the standard that they deserve, clean bedding, quality daily food and walks by our volunteers.Celebrate the Year of the Dog by making a kind and generous donation. We are struggling financially, please help us to wish our dogs some luck this year as every little helps. Let's see how much we can raise by spreading the word to your family members, friends and colleagues. Join us in this fundraising initiative and share to bring our dogs some luck of getting adopted or short/long-term fostered and most of all, a good luck donation for the welfare of our furry friends in Hong Kong!The Chinese believe that 8 is a lucky number. If everyone can donate a figure with the number 8 at least once, it will certainly help us to continue our work in caring for our homeless furry friends throughout this year. However small (or big), please help us by donating. $88, $188, $288... $888! We hope your New Year is filled with success, health, prosperity and happiness. Thank you for your generous donations!  

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Hong Kong

Animals, Rescue, Welfare

5%

Raised So Far : HKD 4,556

Target : HKD 88,000

14/02/2018 - 04/02/2019

This is not your usual Fuji climb; take a contemplative walk through Japanese forests to ascend up Japan's highest peak at 3,776m to be embraced by one of Asia's enamoured Sunrises. In partnership with YMCA Tozanso, this inaugural adventure fundraiser is in support of Y Camp Challenge, a quarterly outdoor adventure camp for persons with special needs. Mount Fuji's exceptionally symmetrical cone, is a well-known geographical, cultural and spiritual symbol of Japan, frequently depicted in art and photographs, as well as visited by sightseers and climbers.Our base camp will be YMCA Tozanso, nestled at the foot of Mount Hakone, surrounded by lush green forest, and blessed with a stunning view of Mount Fuji. We will access the mountain via the 5th Station of Subashiri route at an altitude of 1,970m, accompanied by beautiful Japanese forests up to 2,700m. Enjoy 'Zen-hiking' as we learn from and follow our local guides up to the summit! ABOUT Y CAMP CHALLENGE Persons with special needs face a mountain of challenges in living as equal members of our community as a result of their physical, intellectual or developmental impairments. Give them the gift of acquiring life skills at YMCA of Singapore’s Y Camp Challenge, a quarterly outdoor adventure camp designed to increase their level of independence through confidence building and camp activities ranging from adrenaline-rushing high rope elements and dragon-boating, to opportunities for making a choice of food and washing their own utensils after meals. The whole camp experience allows them pick up basic life skills and live independently from their caregivers for a few days.At the same time, it provides a temporary relief for caregivers to have a break from looking after their loved ones.  

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Singapore

Children, Disability, Disaster Relief, Education, Elderly, Social Welfare,...

Raised So Far : SGD 0

Target : SGD 80,000

31/01/2018 - 31/12/2018

The MissionOver 600 Greyhounds are in need of homes after The Macau Canidrome finally shut its doors for the last time! This is largely due to the tremendous efforts of Anima Macau and its supporters worldwide. Our mission is to save as many of those Greyhounds as possible by finding adopters and sending the dogs to Hong Kong for a new life and beginning. The Beginning: CognacIt all started with Cognac (previous track name: Sakurasen) - adopted directly from the Canidrome by a couple from Hong Kong. Cognac is currently in quarantine in Macau and in the not too distant future, she will be living with her family happily in Hong Kong! Then we joined forces and another Greyhound, Winston (previous track name: Good Exciting) joined the party. We were able to find an adopter for him and his family have made a few trips to Macau to visit him; they're currently awaiting his arrival after he completes his quarantine.Currently we have two more Greyhounds, Trendy (previous track name: Trendy World) and Rich (previous track name: Rivh World) who are in need of homes. Once we find homes for Trendy and Rich, we will get more Greyhounds "released" to us and so on. The more we home, the more that can be saved.How You Can Help: Donations and AdoptionDue to Hong Kong's regulations and policy, the process of importing a dog to Hong Kong from Macau is arduous and costly, especially due to quarantine and kennel fees. However, we realised that if we could raise the funds for the dogs' quarantine / kennel fees we could cut the overall cost almost in half as well as increase the opportunity of adoption. The more that get adopted, the more we can save. 100% of donations go directly to covering the quarantine costs ( including kennel fees) in Macau and a receipt can be issued upon request. Additionally, you can save a life by adopting. If you would like to adopt a Macau Greyhound, then please fill out our adoption form (please note that the $2500 Adoption fee listed on the form will not apply): https://www.kirstenszoo.com/adopt-foster/all-forms/dog-adoption-questionnairePlease keep in mind that this adoption process does involve a lot of paperwork, costs, and a trip(s) to Macau; however, we will help and guide you throughout this process if needed. Now, let's get these deserving dogs home. For further information and for enquiries please email: kirstszoo@hotmail.comNews coverage: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/jul/20/macau-authorities-to-care-for-600-greyhounds-after-not...Anima Macau: https://www.animamacau.org/  

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Hong Kong

Animals, Rescue, Welfare

24%

Raised So Far : HKD 19,316

Target : HKD 80,000

24/07/2018 - 31/12/2018

Support our Retired K-9 Heroes! Improving and advocating for the lives of Military Working Dogs (MWDs) and Contract Working Dogs (CWDs) in the Philippines.By sponsoring or donating on this page, you help make sure we have enough funds to take care of our retired K-9s. Use the “Sponsor Me” or “Donate Now” buttons to customize your contribution.Sponsor Me. Sponsorship helps pay for regular monthly expenses for each K-9, with average amounts as follows:Food: Php1,000 per month (includes special diets for old dogs and those with liver/kidney problems)Medicine and Healthcare: Php2,000 per month (includes non-monthly procedures like spay/ neutering, CBC, flea/tick control)Site Operations: Php2,000 per month (includes handler salaries, kennel maintenance and utilities)*Hound Haven is only asking Php 1,000 per K-9 /month to sponsor*HERE'S HOW TO SPONSOR:Select your K-9 Heroes below (remember their names in the pictures)Click the "SPONSOR ME" button above On the page click your chosen K-9/s to sponsor (you can sponsor multiple K-9s with one transaction) Key in your detailsThen click proceed On the payment page select your currency (e.g.PHP , USD, SGD)1 month or several months (2,3,etc.) can be selected by replacing the quantityThen click Pay Now (visa or mastercard) Donate Now. If you would just like to make a donation of any amount, please click the green “Donate Now” button.Visit our website https://houndhavenph.org for adoption and volunteering opportunities.  

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Philippines

Animals, Rescue

100%

Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 0

09/05/2018 - 31/12/2018

Donation Appeals ( 962 Results )

Lo ai siao facing brain cancer need money to pay her bills   

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Singapore

Cancer, Chronic Illness

Raised So Far : SGD 0

Target : SGD 100,000

Campaign Ends : 3/12/2029

Hi I'm Regina from the Philippines. Ever since I was a child my dream was to be a pilot. But sadly my parents cannot afford the fees for a flying school. Please help me reach for my dreams.  

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Philippines

Education

Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 500,000

Campaign Ends : 12/30/2025

I am a year one student who is struggling financially to pay up school fees as my father has just lost his job. He was earning about $2500/month and we had just enough to scrape by.We managed to pay off fees for semester 1 but now have to face semester 2. I am currently pursuing a diploma in Information Technology and would like to pursue a degree after completing National Service.Now we cannot even afford to pay my semester fees and I am at a risk of having to drop out. Basic necessities are also hard for us.I am working almost everyday after school and on weekends to lighten the financial load but my results are taking a toll as I do not have time to revise consistently. With insufficient sleep almost every day, I cannot focus in school and is not able to do well.Any amount is appreciated! I appreciate any other forms of help too, Thank You! :)Sincerely  

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Singapore

Education

Raised So Far : SGD 0

Target : SGD 10,000

Campaign Ends : 1/1/2025

​CHARGE Syndrome is a very rare congenital disease that affects 1 in 10,000 newborn births.Job Jerico Meneses is the first Filipino to be born with CHARGE Syndrome in Philippine General Hospital last 2002. He had 6 medical operations, one of those was the Open Heart surgery.Our family have been striving to have him undergo different therapy sessions like Physical therapy, Occupational therapy and Speech therapy. Job is also prone to different diseases due to his weak immune system.We are aiming to have another surgery which is an ear implant so that his hearing will improve. We are kindly asking for your help for Job's daily medication, therapy sessions and ear implant surgery.Read more about CHARGE syndrome: CHARGE syndrome is a disorder that affects many areas of the body. CHARGE is an abbreviation for several of the features common in the disorder: coloboma, heart defects, atresia choanae (also known as choanal atresia), growth retardation, genital abnormalities, and ear abnormalities. The pattern of malformations varies among individuals with this disorder, and the multiple health problems can be life-threatening in infancy. Affected individuals usually have several major characteristics or a combination of major and minor characteristics. The major characteristics of CHARGE syndrome are common in this disorder and occur less frequently in other disorders. Most individuals with CHARGE syndromehave a gap or hole in one of the structures of the eye (coloboma), which forms during early development. A coloboma may be present in one or both eyes and may impair a person's vision, depending on its size and location. Some affected individuals also have abnormally small or underdeveloped eyes (microphthalmia). In many people with CHARGE syndrome, one or both nasal passages are narrowed (choanal stenosis) or completely blocked (choanal atresia), which can cause difficulty breathing. Affected individuals frequently have cranial nerve abnormalities. The cranial nerves emerge directly from the brain and extend to various areas of the head and neck, controlling muscle movement and transmitting sensory information. Abnormal function of certain cranial nerves can cause swallowing problems, facial paralysis, a sense of smell that is diminished (hyposmia) or completely absent (anosmia), and mild to profound hearing loss. People with CHARGE syndrome also typically have middle and inner ear abnormalities, which can contribute to hearing problems, and unusually shaped external ears.  

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Philippines

Children

Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 250,000

Campaign Ends : 10/30/2022

Let us help the homeless to have a decent house  

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Philippines

Social Welfare

Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 800,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2021

“The Mobile School” project seeks to educate 100 street children in each of about 16 areas in Metro Manila, Philippines. Childhope’s goal is to empower underprivileged children through street education. During alternative education sessions, street educators teach children the basics of reading and writing, the importance of sanitation and proper hygiene, and the need to build their character. Social workers also protect street children from all kinds of abuse by instilling in them the values of their rights and responsibilities, and motivating them to work hard for their life goals.  

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Philippines

Children, Education, Medical & Health, Music, Social Welfare, Sport & Leis...

Raised So Far : PHP 0

Target : PHP 500,000

Campaign Ends : 9/1/2021

Childhope helps street children to achieve their dreams of finishing school --- through the Educational Assistance Program. With the help of generous donors, Childhope's scholars are able to get good, quality education in hopes of landing good jobs. Through education, the street children are able to create a bright future for themselves and their families.Besides maintaining high grades in school, the scholars also aim for holistic development and practice their leadership skills. At a young age, they are also already giving back by helping in Childhope activities whenever they can. Educational Assistance Program beneficiaries also actively encourage street children to pursue lives away from the streets.   

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Philippines

Children, Education, Medical & Health, Music, Social Welfare, Sport & Leis...

Raised So Far : PHP 3,000

Target : PHP 500,000

Campaign Ends : 8/7/2021

I am a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) student in Quest International University Perak, Malaysia. I have faced some problems regarding my tuition and living fees, my father is a plumber who earns around RM2600++ per month and it seems to be hardly enough but i realized some realistic issues now. I will complete my course in five years for MBBS and might wait for a year for the horsemanship. My father is 54 years old now and six years later will be sixty. I am the eldest child and I can deeply feel the burdens on me. Tuition fee and basic fee for MBBS programme around RM320,000 are expensive. I am lucky to have scholarship of RM150,000 but I know the remaining value is still a burden to my family. I hope my father, as the only financial support of the family can get retirement at a suitable age and do not need to worry about the money. I hope any organization or individual can lend me the hand. Sincerity from Tiffany Ng.  

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Malaysia

Education

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 160,000

Campaign Ends : 5/31/2021

Hello everyone, as we all know, life is difficult. So if you would like to make mine less so, please donate.  

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Malaysia

Poverty

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 3,000

Campaign Ends : 4/28/2021

I have been jobless for more than two years already , kindly donate any amount to my bank account will do , 355-125-279-3 uob bank account   

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Singapore

Poverty

Raised So Far : AUD 0

Target : AUD 5,000,000

Campaign Ends : 4/10/2021

Update - 4:00pm, 25 May (Thursday) Dear Friends, WE DID IT!I am so grateful for all of you who have chipped in to allow us to raise enough funds to repay the initial amount of HKD$150,000 that has been owed to the landlord. Last night, we also had a successful fundraiser at the Orange Peel where we raised a total of HKD$4,312. So grateful for all of you that have lent your support to FlowBooks. With this payment as a partial payment of the unpaid rent, the landlord is willing to consider a further repayment schedule and a new tenancy lease for FlowBooks so that we can enter our next phase - Phase Two - where we become a better and sustainable bookstore for all of you. In due time, I will be starting a new fundraising appeal for Phase Two, and provide you with details of the plan should you be keen to support me. Please continue to donate to this page, any excess funds raised here will go toward Phase Two.Thank you everyone.With much Gratitude,SurdhamUpdate - 10:27am, 23 May (Tuesday)Good news everyone! All donations from this time of 10:27am on Tuesday 23rd May onward will be matched ONE FOR ONE!  One of FlowBook's supporters has just called me to make this kind and generous gesture. He has chosen to remain anonymous but I am forever grateful. What this means is that we only need to raise about HKD$20,000 more (to fully cover credit card and SimplyGiving website fees). The rest of the matching funds will be transferred by bank transfer by the anonymous supporter. Any excess funds that are raised will be invested back into the rental and operations for FlowBooks for the immediate future.SurdhamUpdate - 7:30pm, 22 May (Monday) Dear Friends and Supporters, It has been a courageous fight to save FlowBooks, and 7 days of huge effort from everyone. I cannot express how appreciative I am of every one of you who has donated, shared and supported this cause in one way or another. It has given me incredible hope and inspiration to keep FlowBooks alive for our generation and beyond. We needed to raise a minimum of HKD$150,000 for the landlord, but are still short of HKD$35,000. However, I am hopeful that with our continued efforts, we will be able to reach the target. The landlord has very kindly extended the deadline till Midnight on Wednesday, the 24th of May.This is a very positive sign. I am very hopeful that we can reach this target and that I may continue to serve Hong Kong as a humble book keeper. I would also like to take this opportunity to share the story of an anonymous generous supporter, who learnt about my plight through Apple Daily on Friday, and appointed lawyers to handle discussions with the landlord's lawyers.Please continue to support and share this campaign for the remaining time so that we can reach our target. I am truly grateful for each and everyone of you for your support, and want to individually thank each of you in the future.Sincerely,Your bookstore keeper at FlowBooksSurdham22 May 2017*************************************************************************************************************************************************************We need your urgent help to keep FlowBooks open...FlowBooks is asking for urgent, compassionate donations to help save our 20-year old community secondhand bookstore from a forced closure next Monday!  Please note that the amount 'raised so far' that is posted on this page is the total of amount raised ONLINE as well as OFFLINE. Our Plight Dear Flow-ers of FlowBooks,Thank you very much for your love and concern towards FlowBooks.To save FlowBooks, we have been granted a few more days before the scheduled auction of our shop assets next Monday. This means we need to raise the needed HKD150,000 funds by Monday, 22 May 2017, to pay for part of the due rent and seek the reopening of FlowBooks. We would very much appreciate your help to donate at least HKD50 towards FlowBooks. If there are 3,000 book lovers (donors) to do so, that would be a miracle, as together with our community, we would be able to help save FlowBooks through raising the needed HKD150,000 by Monday, 22 May! Please Donate TODAY by clicking the "DONATE NOW" button above. We are happy to present each donor with a FlowBook to express our great gratitude once we FlowAgain! A FlowBook in your name would be donated towards a FlowKid who loves to read too. Thank you!Best,Your bookstore keeper at FlowBooksSurdham17 May 2017 Donate and share our plight with friends. Thanks heaps for your kind and generous giving and help.  Please Donate today by clicking "DONATE NOW" above!  

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Hong Kong

Arts, Education

111%

Raised So Far : HKD 166,775

Target : HKD 150,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2020

Hello, my name is Rachel Siew Suet Li. My passion is to empower others especially those challenged individuals. My message is to help those who can’t help themselves! I would love to live in an inclusive community. I have a rare degenerative genetic condition known as MPS IVA aka Morquio Syndrome. I am 27 years old and have been living with this condition since birth. Morquio syndrome is a rare genetic disorder in which the body is unable to break down sugar chains that help build bone, cartilage, cornea, skin and connective tissue.Because of my condition, I suffer from weakening bones and fatigue. I get short of breath easily, and walking will cause discomfort to my knees and ankles. I am unable to climb stairs or pavements. My bones at my joints are protruding and sharp, and I have an enlarged stomach which affects my other organs.However, in spite of my condition, I have obtained a degree in law from the UK and am now the Community Advocate of the Make It Right Movement (http://www.makeitrightmovement.com/) , a CSR initiative company powered by Brickfields Asia College (BAC), my alma mater.In February 2016, I discovered that Enzyme Replacement Therapy (ERT) treatment through the drug Vimizim, greatly improves my quality of life. For 20 over years, I have felt my body slowly deteriorate, but with the ERT treatment, I feel my energy returning. I am less short of breath, able to climb a few steps. My joints are now coated by stronger tendon and muscles and my stomach is not as enlarged. My biggest joy is that I am able to get out of my wheelchair and walk independently without support.With ERT treatment, I am now given the gift of HOPE, I treasure every path I walk on and every step I take. ERT treatment has provided me with the needed stamina and I will continue to strengthen my muscles by staying active.Unfortunately, treatment costs a staggering RM1.6 million per year and I need to raise funds for this as my appeals to the Health Ministry for funding have been rejected. The treatment, once started, cannot be stopped as it will result in adverse effects.I sincerely hope you can help me with this treatment cost by contributing. You can learn more about me through the media articles below, or by following me on my Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/rstf16/about/ Thank you so much for your support and generosity! Please also help to share this page with your friends and family. Media Articles:http://www.thestar.com.my/metro/community/2017/02/20/caring-start-to-the-new-year-company-starts-yea...http://malaysiandigest.com/frontpage/29-4-tile/655117-woman-with-rare-genetic-disorder-needs-rm1-a-d...Alternatively, you can also support me by Buying my Book (https://simplygiving.com/event/littlebookbigsecrets)or Sponsoring One Vial of VIMIZIM (https://simplygiving.com/event/vimizim)  

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Malaysia

Chronic Illness, Disability, Health

Raised So Far : MYR 3,645

Target : MYR 1,600,000

Campaign Ends : 12/31/2020

Lending Projects ( 22 Results )

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

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Cambodia

Poverty

Raised So Far : USD 0

Target : USD 1,750

Campaign Ends : 30/11/2016

XUsed is a social enterprise with an application for people who want to earn extra income from selling their waste, such as used cooking oil, old newspapers and books, tin cans, bottles or glass. XUsed will connect the seller with potential buyers or waste collectors by providing the date and collection point for both parties. This app not only helps those in need of extra income but it also helps protect our environment through recycling waste products. XUsed has implemented its programme with 60 schools in 2018 under their “Earn to Learn @ School”, piloted with MCII. The programme helps students, teachers and schools gain financial benefits from recycling waste. Students can earn an average of RM50-RM100 per month from recycling waste from home. This has, in particular, provided underprivileged families with an additional source of household income and motivates the students to learn more about recycling waste and be environmentally conscious. Some schools have also “reinvested” the recycling proceeds back into improving its school facilities. XUsed currently has a pipeline of 200 schools that are interested in implementing “Earn to Learn @ School”. However, there is an initial start-up cost required for each school, to cover the following areas: Equipment (weighing machine and laptop)Marketing collateralsTraining and supportLogistic and waste collection set-up. XUsed is requesting a loan of RM15,000 to implement the programme in 5 new schools. They expect to repay the loan by October 2019.  

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Malaysia

Environment, Poverty

68%

Raised So Far : MYR 10,280

Target : MYR 15,000

Campaign Ends : 31/08/2018

Women of Will empowers disadvantaged women (B40) to initiate and sustain their own small businesses, rather than providing handouts. The women are given financial assistance (loan) of RM2000 to help them initiate small business ventures and attain an independent livelihood income. The amount is repaid on a weekly basis, interest-free. To help equip the women with the necessary skills to run their businesses, they are trained in an Entrepreneurial Development Program and taught the basics skills of managing a business, including financial management, marketing, and communications. Additionally, each woman is assigned a business coach and mentor for 6 -12 months to guide them and ensure that they have the support needed to develop a sustainable business, as well as help them lead balanced and wholesome lives. The average cost of delivering training is RM600 per woman, provided free of charge. To date Women Of Will has transformed the lives of 685 disadvantaged women in Malaysia. These women have received loans and started micro-enterprises with them. Based on our Impact Study conducted in 2015, on average each woman has seen an increase of 30% in their household income. We continue to support our beneficiaries by coaching them and providing them with additional skills training, entrepreneurship training, networking opportunities and events where they may sell their products. RM20,000 could fund 9-10 women entrepreneurs that are looking for 2nd term loans that will help expand their micro-businesses. Loans will be repaid by December 2018.  

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Malaysia

Children, Education, Poverty, Welfare, Women

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 20,000

Campaign Ends : 30/04/2018

School of HopeWe are from the Cambodian Charity Organization based in Phnom Penh Cambodia. This school Located at Phum cham Srey, Kampong Seila Commune, Kampong Seila District, Sihanouk Ville Province, cambodia.This school have to upgrade and repairs for more comfortable and it can improves teaching and learning environment. This school is a private free school. Management and financial fully supported from pupil parents and from donations to make this school exist. We have a large fundraising goal for this school especially for the main building that should be rebuild to meet the standard of classrooms and suitable for learning.There have 120 kids age between 4 to 12 years in this village, due to the existing school building cannot cater the amount of student, some of them missed the class. The nearest school under the government is 20 kilometer from their resident. It's possible to them to go without transportation with that far.We need your support on our project to this school for a better education for poverty kids.What we will do with your donations.1. To upgrade the school building and facilities- Our plan to resize the school building with three classrooms and one teachers room. Now there have only one classroom. The building facilities, tables, chairs, white board, furniture. And also for the lighting system in the classroom by using solar system to generate the power.2. To provide- Sanitation system, drainage system, clean water supply and with proper access road from the main road to the main building.3. Teaching materials, books, stationeries, education tools and etc.4. Sport equipments- Balls, skipping rope etc.5. Salary/reward for a volunteer teachers and assistanceI would greatly appreciate your help in reaching this target because of the future of the kids.Thank you for taking the time to read this story. If you would like any information about our organization please feel free to visit our website at www.cambodiancharity.org   

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Cambodia

Education

Raised So Far : USD 0

Target : USD 1,000,000

Campaign Ends : 14/04/2018

Simply Cookies has been given the opportunity to participate in Sea Games and Para Sea Games Carnival!!!The duration is from 19th August to 30th August and 17th September to 23rd September 2017 that will take place in Bukit Jalil. We will be featuring and selling our cookies that are made with 100% pure Anchor butter, Diabetic-friendly Hanker Suisse sugar and unbleached MFM flour. Our flavors include durian, cempedak, chai, green tea, double chocolate and peanut butter. We also provide micro jobs to single mothers who are not able to commit to full time work. We have trained and worked with close to 50 single mothers and ladies from poor families. Simply Cookies was formed in 2014 to empower single mothers to balance financial independence and motherhood. We provide job opportunities for single mothers and train them to climb up the corporate ladder too.  With this, we are looking to borrow money of RM30,000 for us to invest in buying the ingredients, paying for packaging, collaterals and salary throughout the 18 days. Our aim is to expose Malaysian flavor and Malaysian brand to ASEAN. At the same time, we want to provide job opportunities to the underprivileged community.With this project, we will be able to provide job opportunities to 20 single mothers and the underprivileged community. The loan will be fully repaid by July 2019.  

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Malaysia

Children, Poverty, Women

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 15,000

Campaign Ends : 12/07/2017

Small Loans Big Dreams! This group loan is to support 3 ladies that are working very hard to put themselves through university, in Jakarta. These ladies are focused on building a better future for themselves and are balancing their studies with full time jobs to pay for their university fees. Dewi, aged 24, works full time as an accounting staff in a private company. She is also putting herself through university for a degree in Business. She is taking a part-time course and attends classes every Saturdays. She is taking out a small loan of IDR10,000,000 (~USD770) to pay for her semester fee.   Nani, aged 39, sells herbal products online. She is married, but her husband is unemployed. She is the main breadwinner of the family. She is taking out a loan of IDR5,000,000 (~USD385) to pay for her university fees, where she is studying for a Business degree. She attends classes every Saturdays too. We have great admiration for her “never too late” attitude! Kartika, aged 27, works in an office. She is not married. She is taking out a loan of IDR6,000,000 (~USD460) for her university fees. She is also studying for a Business degree, and attends classes in the evenings and on Saturdays. Please help us change lives by supporting this loan. By offering easier access to educational loans, we are creating an impact that will crucially lead to positive changes and building better lives. Education and microfinance can be used in combination to alleviate poverty in Asia!  

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Indonesia

Education, Poverty, Social Welfare, Welfare, Women, Youth

Raised So Far : IDR 0

Target : IDR 21,000,000

Campaign Ends : 30/04/2017

Foodabox is a social enterprise that provides food operators the access to cheaper eco-friendly food boxes via food box advertising. By selling advertising spaces on food boxes and using the revenue to defray costs, we're able to help food operators in Malaysia to replace the harmful polystyrene food boxes. Approximately 85 tonnes of polystyrene waste are disposed every day. Imagine if 10% can be replaced by eco-friendly boxes….. That is exactly what we are going to do! Saving the environment, one box at a time. Introducing the My Unity Box Project These unique set of eco-friendly boxes are designed to engaged with the multicultural and multiracial society of our beautiful Malaysia. Through social media, we will encourage Malaysians to post photos and tell us about what they love about being Malaysians. These photos will be compiled and printed onto our eco-friendly boxes and distributed at food stalls. This is a fun way to celebrate racial harmony and celebrate the environment! Watch this space!! We will be launching this soon. A loan of RM10,000 will help us kick-start the MyUnity Box campaign. Loan will be repaid by December 2017.  

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Malaysia

Environment

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 10,000

Campaign Ends : 31/01/2017

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!   

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Malaysia

Children, Disaster Relief, Education, Humanitarian Aid, Poverty, Social We...

1%

Raised So Far : MYR 400

Target : MYR 40,000

Campaign Ends : 31/03/2017

The Batik Boutique is an award-winning social enterprise created to disrupt the cycle of poverty in Malaysia. We train women from low-income backgrounds to produce gifts and fashion accessories made from a traditional Malaysian fabric called batik. First, we work with artisan families in rural Malaysia where they create batik textiles on natural fibers.  The artisans use layers of wax and dye to create the designs in a labour-intensive process. Next, women create ethical fashion and gift items with this fabric in our sewing training center. Today, more than 50 artisans work with The Batik Boutique to gain a fair, sustainable income and marketable skills.  Each purchase directly benefits the artisan who made it. We are raising funds to expand our capacity to help more women and deliver better products to our clients. We are building a new sewing centre in Kota Damansara. Funds raised will be used to purchase sewing equipment and for basic renovation. Loan required: RM15,000. Loan will be repaid by December 2018.  

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Malaysia

Poverty, Women

Raised So Far : MYR 0

Target : MYR 15,000

Campaign Ends : 31/01/2017

Support women rice farmers in Cambodia through loans that will impact their livelihoods!Studies show that when smallholder women farmers have control of their family's income, they spend 90% of it on their families, and their children's health and nutrition improves.The Cambodian Community Savings Federation (CCSF) understands this well. As 73% of the loans they provide support women, and 53% are for agriculture use. Education for their children is often cited as one of the biggest priorities for the families of their beneficiaries. These women want their children to have employment opportunities beyond farming.The farming businesses created by these women also helps strengthen the local economy through critical job creation. Women are important partners in farming. They help provide for the family. These are strong women, in strength and in spirit! They can inspire the next generation as well as other women in the community to work themselves out of the poverty cycle.This is a group loan for 5 Cambodian women farmers. We are raising USD5,000, to be repaid by June 2018.Help us empower mothers like Reatrey, a 28 year old who has been a farmer for 8 years, and have a 6 year old son; or Sineth Sao, a 36 year old, providing for 5 kids; or 34-year old Sokrana with 3 kids; or Mrs Hak Phin who is 55 and have farmed for over 20 years! There are many others that work non-stop and deserves this opportunity to build a better life for their families and local communities.  

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Cambodia

Poverty

1%

Raised So Far : USD 62

Target : USD 5,000

Campaign Ends : 31/12/2016

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.  

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Malaysia

Children, Education, Elderly, Poverty, Refugees, Social Welfare, Women, Yo...

35%

Raised So Far : MYR 3,877

Target : MYR 10,950

Campaign Ends : 31/12/2016

A Mother's Dream. Ibu Anny, aged 53, is determined that her youngest son receives the university education he deserves. She is a single parent, and has brought up 2 sons. She make ends meet by selling keropok (deep fried crackers) on a small sidestreet stall. She is taking out a loan of IDR10,000,000 (~USD770) to pay for her son’s university semester fee. Ibu Anny's son is studying Economics and Management.Ibu Anny has borrowed from Surya Kencana in the past to start her small 'keropok' business. And she has paid back all her loans on time. She is often seen on her motorbike filled with packets of 'keropok' on the back! Please support Anny, and mothers like her, of fulfilling a proud dream of ensuring her child has the best opportunities in life, in spite of her own hardships.  

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Indonesia

Education, Poverty, Social Welfare, Welfare, Women, Youth

20%

Raised So Far : IDR 2,089,280

Target : IDR 10,000,000

Campaign Ends : 30/11/2016

Corporates ( 101 Results )

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  

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Children, Disaster Relief, Health, Humanitarian Aid, Medical & Health

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  

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Artsolute is a not-for-profit set up by Terence Tan to help everyone have the opportunity to express themselves where words or products will not do. Artsolute has created and facilitated expressive art projects for hospitals, homes, care centres, schools, disaster- and poverty-hit villages and other arenas in Singapore and Southeast Asia to give everyone a chance to engage others and the world around them.  

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We love hamburgers more than anything else in the world... we know, we’re weird that way. Our love of ‘all things burger related’ inspired us to spend years researching what makes the perfect hamburger - meat-to-bun ratios, patty recipes and coarseness. Maillard reactions and cheese meltability to name but a few. Beef & Liberty is the product of that obsession - those technical details are exactly what we are all about. It’s this passion that’s made us want to share our burger addiction with you!Uwe Opocensky, our Executive Chef, with a stellar resume is known for his “progressive gastronomy” and uses familiar flavours of fresh and seasonal ingredients adding his personal modern interpretations.As part of our effort to reduce our carbon footprint as a business we use recyclable materials, take part in campaigns that are focused on saving the enviroment, and partner with organizations like Moontrekker.  

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Environment

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.  

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Emotional Support, Human Rights

CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG), a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company headquartered in Los Angeles, is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm (based on 2016 revenue). The company has more than 75,000 employees (excluding affiliates), and serves real estate investors and occupiers through approximately 450 offices (excluding affiliates) worldwide. CBRE offers a broad range of integrated services, including facilities, transaction and project management; property management; investment management; appraisal and valuation; property leasing; strategic consulting; property sales; mortgage services and development services. Please visit our website at www.cbre.com.hk. ​  

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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  

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BloggerBar merupakan sebuah syarikat media yang yang mengumpul dan bertindak viralkan info-info yang positif, info yang dapat membantu masyarakat tempatan dan platform untuk masyarakat berkongsi pendapat. Mempunyai pelbagai segmen menarik seperti hiburan, makanan, infomatif, gajet dan sebagainya. BloggerBar Media Online dimiliki oleh FAS Bloggerbar Network (002603282-A).  

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BSI is the business standards company that helps organisations all over the world make excellence a habit. For more than a century we have been challenging mediocrity and complacency to help embed excellence into the way people and products work. That means showing businesses how to improve performance, reduce risk and achieve sustainable growth. As a global leader in helping organisations improve, our clients range from high profile brands to small, local companies in 150 countries worldwide.  

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We are a professional investment management organization that invests the funds of the Canada Pension Plan on behalf of its 20 million Canadian contributors and beneficiaries. Through our four investment departments we invest the assets of the Canada Pension Plan with a view to achieving a maximum rate of return without taking excessive risk. In doing so, we apply our comparative advantages – scale, certainty of assets and our long investment horizon – to pursue the best investment opportunities in the world.  

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Clubs & Societies ( 27 Results )

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.  

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Finance And Banking Society (FABS) will organized the program “ Prodigy FABS” at  Asrama Kasih Yayasan Basmi Kemiskinan, Serendah, Selangor. The aim for this programme is to engage with the community around which is the orphans and to get know about their living while imparting humanity in students.  

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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.  

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The Chemical Process Engineering Students' Society is a society for the students of Chemical Process Engineering students of the Malaysia-Japan International Institute of Technology of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Kuala Lumpur. This student society have been actively participating and organizing events and activities for the students of this society as well as the community  

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Taylor’s University Community Service Initiatives (C.S.I.) Volunteers is an official student body of Taylor’s University established in the year of 2012 and led by student volunteers. Under the guidance of our advisor, Ms. Laveenia from Life Skills Development, we aim to raise awareness on community needs and to provide a platform for every individual to reach out to those in need. In C.S.I., we believe that family is not just about the blood that we share but the bond and relationship that we build together with the people around us. We focus on youth engagement, answering the call of communities in need, and providing opportunities for university students to inculcate a sense of volunteerism and social responsibilities. Our vision is to instill civic-mindedness in the minds of every individual while being fueled by our values:Willingness, Empathy, Compassion, Accountability, Righteousness, and Enthusiasm (WECARE).  

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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.  

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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.  

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IKRAM Health is a health wing NGO of IKRAM Malaysia, whose members consist of those involved in the health industry. These include the Medical Doctors, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Nurses, Medical Support and Health staffs, Hospitals and Clinics administrators and all who work in the health industry. IKRAM Health commits to build a healthy nation with rahmah (mercy) approach.  

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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        : kemboja.sekrum@gmail.com  

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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!   

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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.  

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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.  

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