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UN Malaysia Awards 2018
MyKasih Foundation received the United Nations Malaysia Award 2018 this morning for significant contributions to Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals. The awards ceremony was held at JWMarriot Kuala Lumpur today, 24 October, in conjunction with the 73rd Anniversary of the United Nations (‘UN Day’). For exemplary leadership in promoting the ‘Leaving No One Behind’ principle and reaching those furthest behind by effectively utilising an innovative technology-driven welfare distribution method to reach large numbers of Malaysians in the B40 category, the United Nations in Malaysia presented the UN Malaysia Award for this category to MyKasih Foundation. Established in 2009, MyKasih is a non-profit organisation that mobilises donor finance from public and corporate bodies towards communities who are most in need. To-date, MyKasih has assisted in the delivery of RM240 million worth of aid to more than 260,000 low-income families and students in over 400 locations nationwide, including in Sabah and Sarawak. MyKasih’s welfare distribution system has been successfully adopted by government ministries such as the Ministry of Housing and Local Government, and state governments such as Sarawak and Johor states to provide directed and targeted aid distribution. MyKasih has also played a crucial role in facilitating partnerships towards Leaving No One Behind. It teams up with companies, NGOs, social-purpose organisations and the public sector to provide health screening, entrepreneurship training and educational assistance to low income families and school-going children. Through its aid delivery and financial literacy programs, MyKasih’s work has been instrumental in assisting low-income families in Malaysia to break the cycle of poverty. For these reasons, the United Nations Malaysia Award 2018 for contributions to ‘Leaving No One Behind’ around the 2030 Agenda and SDGs is presented to MyKasih Foundation, represented by its Co-Founders, Tan Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat and Puan Sri Jean Ngau.
UN Malaysia Awards 2018
MyKasih Foundation received the United Nations Malaysia Award 2018 this morning for significant contributions to Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals. The awards ceremony was held at JWMarriot Kuala Lumpur today, 24 October, in conjunction with the 73rd Anniversary of the United Nations (‘UN Day’). For exemplary leadership in promoting the ‘Leaving No One Behind’ principle and reaching those furthest behind by effectively utilising an innovative technology-driven welfare distribution method to reach large numbers of Malaysians in the B40 category, the United Nations in Malaysia presented the UN Malaysia Award for this category to MyKasih Foundation. Established in 2009, MyKasih is a non-profit organisation that mobilises donor finance from public and corporate bodies towards communities who are most in need. To-date, MyKasih has assisted in the delivery of RM240 million worth of aid to more than 260,000 low-income families and students in over 400 locations nationwide, including in Sabah and Sarawak. MyKasih’s welfare distribution system has been successfully adopted by government ministries such as the Ministry of Housing and Local Government, and state governments such as Sarawak and Johor states to provide directed and targeted aid distribution. MyKasih has also played a crucial role in facilitating partnerships towards Leaving No One Behind. It teams up with companies, NGOs, social-purpose organisations and the public sector to provide health screening, entrepreneurship training and educational assistance to low income families and school-going children. Through its aid delivery and financial literacy programs, MyKasih’s work has been instrumental in assisting low-income families in Malaysia to break the cycle of poverty. For these reasons, the United Nations Malaysia Award 2018 for contributions to ‘Leaving No One Behind’ around the 2030 Agenda and SDGs is presented to MyKasih Foundation, represented by its Co-Founders, Tan Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat and Puan Sri Jean Ngau.
SK Bukit Lanjan (Asli) Annual Sport Carnival 2018
Sekolah Kebangsaan Bukit Lanjan (Asli) Damansara Perdana held their 35th Annual Sports Carnival yesterday (Sunday 7 October 2018) at the Desa Temuan community field adjacent to the school. The school, which is adopted by Dialog Group Berhad under the MyKasih ‘Love My School’ student bursary programme, saw 55 DIALOG staff volunteers assisting school teachers to ensure the smooth-running of the sports event. Over 180 students, from pre-schoolers to Primary Year 6, represented the 4 Sport Houses (namely Temenggung, Laksamana, Shahbandar and Bendahara) and participated in various track races and games. This is the fifth consecutive year DIALOG has been sponsoring the school since 2014. To-date, more than RM 500,000 has been channeled to the school in the form of cashless student bursaries to pay for their meals and learning necessities, UPSR study camps, Back-To-School activities, 21st century classroom transformation project, edible garden project, and numerous gotong-royong activities. The school’s ‘Lanjan Tigers’ under-12 Orang Asli rugby team is also well-supported by DIALOG , through sponsorship of their participation at district and national level tournaments. The half-day sports event concluded with a prize presentation ceremony. Temenggung House emerged as the overall champion and claimed the Tan Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat Championship Trophy. The Bendahara House claimed the Puan Sri Jean Ngau Trophy for the most creative and well-coordinated march past. The prizes were presented by MyKasih Foundation Deputy Chairman, Jeffrey Perera, and Managing Director, Evelyn Ho, who led the delegation of volunteers.
SK Bukit Lanjan (Asli) Annual Sport Carnival 2018
Sekolah Kebangsaan Bukit Lanjan (Asli) Damansara Perdana held their 35th Annual Sports Carnival yesterday (Sunday 7 October 2018) at the Desa Temuan community field adjacent to the school. The school, which is adopted by Dialog Group Berhad under the MyKasih ‘Love My School’ student bursary programme, saw 55 DIALOG staff volunteers assisting school teachers to ensure the smooth-running of the sports event. Over 180 students, from pre-schoolers to Primary Year 6, represented the 4 Sport Houses (namely Temenggung, Laksamana, Shahbandar and Bendahara) and participated in various track races and games. This is the fifth consecutive year DIALOG has been sponsoring the school since 2014. To-date, more than RM 500,000 has been channeled to the school in the form of cashless student bursaries to pay for their meals and learning necessities, UPSR study camps, Back-To-School activities, 21st century classroom transformation project, edible garden project, and numerous gotong-royong activities. The school’s ‘Lanjan Tigers’ under-12 Orang Asli rugby team is also well-supported by DIALOG , through sponsorship of their participation at district and national level tournaments. The half-day sports event concluded with a prize presentation ceremony. Temenggung House emerged as the overall champion and claimed the Tan Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat Championship Trophy. The Bendahara House claimed the Puan Sri Jean Ngau Trophy for the most creative and well-coordinated march past. The prizes were presented by MyKasih Foundation Deputy Chairman, Jeffrey Perera, and Managing Director, Evelyn Ho, who led the delegation of volunteers.
Cenviro Group Assists 250 Families in Pendang
On 29 September 2016, leading integrated environmental solutions provider, Cenviro Group, launched the MyKasih ‘Love My Neighbourhood & Love My School’ programme in Pendang, Kedah, with a contribution of RM 250,000 to MyKasih Foundation.
Cenviro Group Assists 250 Families in Pendang
On 29 September 2016, leading integrated environmental solutions provider, Cenviro Group, launched the MyKasih ‘Love My Neighbourhood & Love My School’ programme in Pendang, Kedah, with a contribution of RM 250,000 to MyKasih Foundation.
JTI Malaysia A musical tribute to Sudirman in aid of MyKasih
4 November 2016: "One Thousand Million Smiles", A Musical Tribute to Sudirman. Sudirman Hj. Arshad, known as the People's Singer and the best entertainer in the country as most Malaysians would concur, was remembered with the staging of "One Thousand Million Smiles: A Musical Tribute to Sudirman", on 4 November 2016 at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, klpac. Presented by JT International Berhad (JTI Malaysia), the premiere night of the charity gala musical was held in aid of MyKasih Foundation. Close to RM 20,000 was raised through cash donations and ticket sales. Local talents Aaron Teoh, Amir Hazril Harith, Dasha Logan, Joel Wong and Tria Aziz, performed an exciting repertoire of the late Sudirman's hit songs including "One Thousand Million Smiles", one of the numbers that won him Asia's No. 1 Performer, at the Asian Popular Music Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1989. Sponsored by well-wishers and die-hard Sudirman fans, forty underprivileged youths from Yayasan Chow Kit had the opportunity to experience the toe-tapping show and were singing along to the classic "Chow Kit Road", which resonated strongly with them. MyKasih Foundation Chairman and Co-Founder Tan Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat thanked JTI Malaysia for hosting the gala night and for being such a supportive donor partner to MyKasih Foundation. klpac's unique partnership with JTI Malaysia has enabled them to stage acclaimed productions such as 'Symphonic Swing', 'Rashomon' and 'A Streetcar Named Desire', also in aid of MyKasih Foundation.
JTI Malaysia A musical tribute to Sudirman in aid of MyKasih
4 November 2016: "One Thousand Million Smiles", A Musical Tribute to Sudirman. Sudirman Hj. Arshad, known as the People's Singer and the best entertainer in the country as most Malaysians would concur, was remembered with the staging of "One Thousand Million Smiles: A Musical Tribute to Sudirman", on 4 November 2016 at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, klpac. Presented by JT International Berhad (JTI Malaysia), the premiere night of the charity gala musical was held in aid of MyKasih Foundation. Close to RM 20,000 was raised through cash donations and ticket sales. Local talents Aaron Teoh, Amir Hazril Harith, Dasha Logan, Joel Wong and Tria Aziz, performed an exciting repertoire of the late Sudirman's hit songs including "One Thousand Million Smiles", one of the numbers that won him Asia's No. 1 Performer, at the Asian Popular Music Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall, London in 1989. Sponsored by well-wishers and die-hard Sudirman fans, forty underprivileged youths from Yayasan Chow Kit had the opportunity to experience the toe-tapping show and were singing along to the classic "Chow Kit Road", which resonated strongly with them. MyKasih Foundation Chairman and Co-Founder Tan Sri Dr Ngau Boon Keat thanked JTI Malaysia for hosting the gala night and for being such a supportive donor partner to MyKasih Foundation. klpac's unique partnership with JTI Malaysia has enabled them to stage acclaimed productions such as 'Symphonic Swing', 'Rashomon' and 'A Streetcar Named Desire', also in aid of MyKasih Foundation.
Mubadala Petroleum sponsors additional programmes for Miri folks
Graduates of the Mengecapi Aspirasi Diri (MAD) empowerment and entrepreneurship programme sponsored by Mubadala Petroleum (MP) were given the opportunity to participate in additional training programmes conducted by Kolej Komuniti Miri, to enhance their skills and further develop their businesses for better income generation. The graduates participated in three skills training programmes in the month of September at Kolej Komuniti Miri, MyKasih’s training partner in Miri, Sarawak. Aimed at equipping participants with valuable knowledge to further enhance their existing skills, the participants of the programme are now able to provide additional services to earn income in their chosen businesses. On 3 September 2016, 25 ladies took part in a Breadm Bun and Mini Pizza class whereas on 17 September 2016, 32 participants took part in a Cupcake and Tart Class. The men participated in a Cement Ferro Clas on 17-18 September 2016. All classes were conducted at our training partner's location in Kolej Komuniti Miri, Sarawak.
Mubadala Petroleum sponsors additional programmes for Miri folks
Graduates of the Mengecapi Aspirasi Diri (MAD) empowerment and entrepreneurship programme sponsored by Mubadala Petroleum (MP) were given the opportunity to participate in additional training programmes conducted by Kolej Komuniti Miri, to enhance their skills and further develop their businesses for better income generation. The graduates participated in three skills training programmes in the month of September at Kolej Komuniti Miri, MyKasih’s training partner in Miri, Sarawak. Aimed at equipping participants with valuable knowledge to further enhance their existing skills, the participants of the programme are now able to provide additional services to earn income in their chosen businesses. On 3 September 2016, 25 ladies took part in a Breadm Bun and Mini Pizza class whereas on 17 September 2016, 32 participants took part in a Cupcake and Tart Class. The men participated in a Cement Ferro Clas on 17-18 September 2016. All classes were conducted at our training partner's location in Kolej Komuniti Miri, Sarawak.