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Out of stock那年我十八岁，读完SPM之后本来想继续学习的，无奈当时的经济条件不允许，所以就出来社 会工作了。回想起来，如果当时可以继续学习的话，也许会更好。“教育可以改变命运”这句老掉牙的话，它不是没有根据的。显然，在这个社会上还是有许多没被幸运之神眷顾的孩子。他们来自贫困家庭、单亲家庭，有 者甚至是无双亲的孩子们，想继续学习但却因为缺乏经济能力而裹足不前。您们愿意帮助这些 孩子吗？宏愿慈善协会 （GREAT VISION CHARITY ASSOCIATION） 有一个项目叫做“关怀教育助学计划 ”（DIDIK-KASIH EDUCARE PROGRAM），就是帮助弱势群体的孩子们，让他们有机会可以继续学习 ，学习一技之长，将来踏入社会时可以找份适合自己的工作，养活自己并成为有能力回馈社会 的一份子。除此之外，还有帮助贫困家庭采购干粮杂货，这项目属于一次性的资助。宏愿慈善协会会筛选 符合要求的受惠家庭，并让他们获得生活上需要的物资。
Out of stockMy Journey into the Charity World I had never thought a career break in 2013 would lead me to this path, working in a charity organisation. Many people said it would be a waste for young people to work in a charity organisation and we should only do this when we reached retirement age. So initially, I thought, maybe I can work for 2 years in a charity organisation and gain some experience before moving on and deciding again on what I want to do in my life.Now, with the year 2021 fast approaching, it marks my 7th year serving in a charity organisation. It is a truly remarkable and fulfilling journey and undoubtably has been the best years of my life. But I also came to the realisation that there seems to be no end in solving the ever-growing social problems in our society.Sometimes, I will ask myself, should I give up? But the thought that NGOs are the last hope that the underprivileged have makes me hesitated. Even though we cannot help everyone, but at least we managed to lift the lives of someone. Those lives whom we managed to touch, we gave them assurance that the society still cares and has not given up on them. The realisation that the society needs us had motivated me to continue on this journey and never give up easily. It has also made me realised that living a life with the purpose to serve is a lifelong journey that is worth pursuing for.When there is a will, there is a way. And like-minded people do come together to make it work. This is how more and more charity programs have mushroomed up along the years to benefit more and more underprivileged groups from our society, through different charity arms, among which Great Heart Charity Association, Great Vision Charity Association, Geng Xin Tang, and Earth Warriors Association are some, just to name a few. Alone, we cannot do much, but with the help of generous donors and kind-hearted volunteers like yourself, we have made it thus far. There is still a long and uncertain road ahead, especially with the Covid-19 pandemic looming. Many are impacted by it, especially the vulnerable group of our society. The survival of NGOs at times like this are especially critical as they are the last bastion of support that the underprivileged groups of our society can go to.I am currently supporting a fundraising campaign for Great Vision Charity Association, with the aim to raise enough funds to sustain their operation and be able to continue providing help to the vulnerable groups of our society in the coming year 2021. Do support and share it out if you agree that as part of the society, everyone plays a role and has the responsibility to make it a better one for all.Introduction to Great Vision Charity Association (GVCA) Great Vision Charity Association (GVCA) aims to educate and inspire the underprivileged communities through 2 of its main programs: Rakan Shopping Program and Didik-Kasih EduCare Program.Through the Rakan Shopping Program, besides getting groceries for the needy, volunteers play a role to impart knowledge on how to make better purchase decisions to the B40 communities during the shopping process with the beneficiaries. It is sad to know that many from the B40 community do not have any idea on how to manage their finances at all, which makes them very vulnerable in a society with so much uncertainties. I am also surprised to find out many of them do not even have the opportunity to purchase their daily necessities from supermarkets, which sometimes offer better and cheaper food prices. Other than this, the Rakan Shopping Program also acts as an outreach program for GVCA to identify beneficiaries that might require further intervention or help. For example, the children from poor families who wish to continue their studies in tertiary education will have the opportunity to participate in the Didik-Kasih EduCare Program, which helps to relief the family’s burden as they will be receiving monthly study allowance during the course of the program.Didik-Kasih EduCare Program has helped many underprivileged children continue their tertiary studies instead of dropping out after Form 5 and becoming problematic youths. They are at such an innocent age, with high chances for them to be led into the wrong path that will destroy their life. Participants in the Didik-Kasih EduCare Program has the opportunity to learn how to give back to the society by planning and organising a charity event under their respective mentor’s guidance. And they will be the role model for their brothers and sisters, which makes them become a more mature and responsible young adult after they have successfully completed the program. The proudest moment will be how the participants have changed their life from at-risk youths to confident young adults with hopes and dreams. I hope many more can benefit from this program.Conclusion All programs under GVCA are meaningful and focus to solve society’s problems by bringing care, hopes, and dreams to the underprivileged. It requires support from everyone, including volunteers and donors, to make it successful and sustainable. Therefore, we hope to gather the support from everyone for this fundraising campaign, and to help us to share the campaign out so that more are aware of the meaningful programs run by GVCA.No one has ever become poor by giving. A fulfilled life can only be attained if one has utterly understood the meaning of giving. Wishing everyone the best of health and staying safe in this challenging time.Thank you.Warmest Regards, Peggy Chang
Out of stockAdakah NGO (Non-Government Organization) masih relevan pada abad ke 21?? Apa yang NGO buat?? Alah, JKM kan ade, kenapa masih perlu NGO?Ini antara beberapa persoalan yang bermain difikiran aku dahulu kala dan aku rasa orang ramai pun masih memikirkan persoalan ini.Jom kita rungkai persoalan diatas berdasarkan pandangan peribadi aku.NGO (Pertubuhan Bukan Kerajaan) adalah merupakan pertubuhan yang ditubuhkan oleh pihak atau pertubuhan swasta yang tidak mempunyai apa-apa hubungan dengan mana-mana kerajaan. So, basically NGO ni bebas politik.Adakah NGO masih relevan? Yup, pada aku NGO masih relevan & akan terus relevan sampai bila – bila. NGO ditubuhkan untuk mengatasi masalah – masalah social dikala negara sedang pesat membangun. Ianya juga ditubuhkan bertujuan untuk memperjuangkan sesuatu agenda social dimana ianya selalu dipandang enteng oleh masyarakat dek kerana kerakusan mengejar arus permodenan. Contohnya macam nasib serta hak golongan yang kurang bernasib baik.Apa NGO buat? NGO banyak melakukan kerja dibelakang tabir. Senang cakap kerja tak famous. Kerja yang tidak melibatkan keuntungan. Namun setiap kerja yang dilakukan bertujuan untuk memupuk sifat tanggungjawab antara masyarakat disamping melahirkan kesedaran dikalangan masyarakat. Setiap kerja yang dibuat tidak mengharapkan balasan namun berharap ianya dapat memberikan anjakan perubahan kepada sikap, pandangan serta tanggapan masyarakt umum kepada sesuatu masalah social.Contohnya, umum mengetahui bahawa masih terdapat rakyat Malaysia yang hidup dibawah paras kemiskinan. Bayangkan, golongan – golongan ini kekadang makan sehari cuma sekali. Tinggal dirumah usang, tak ada kemudahan asas air & elektrik. Anak – anak terpaksa dinafikan hak pendidikan disebabkan tidak mampu untuk menyediakan kelengkapan persekolahan. Isu – isu ini yang akan NGO akan cuba berikan bantuan. Ada NGO yang berikan bantuan kelengkapan barangan dapur, ada NGO yang menyediakan bantuan pendidikan.Alah, JKM kan ade, kenapa masih perlu NGO? JKM wujud bertujuan untuk membela nasib masyarakat serta golongan yang kurang bernasib baik. Namun, kita perlu sedar bahawa JKM saja tak mampu nak ubah serta bela nasib – nasib golongan yang kurang bernasib baik. Sebaliknya masyarakat patut bersama – sama bersama JKM untuk membela nasib golongan ini. Namun disebabkan sikap enteng & kurang keprihatinan, masyakat sering mengabaikan golongan ini. Bila macam ni, NGO akan back up JKM. Apa yang JKM terlepas pandang, NGO akan cuba berikan bantuan dan salurkan maklumat kepada JKM. Boleh dikatakan NGO & JKM saling melengkapi satu sama lain.Ini cuma pandangan peribadi aku. Next posting kita akan bincang tentang pendidikan dan golongan kurang berkemampuan.
Out of stock“助”和“贫”，这两字相信是我们今年在媒体最常看到的字眼。因为疫情，让很多低收入的弱势群体陷入生活的窘境。因为疫情，社会涌现了很多的善心人士，在逆境中雪中送炭，帮助有需要的人。贫困是怎样的？我以前的想象就是，三餐不稳定，没有自己的交通工具和房子，没有储蓄，没有多余的钱购买自己想要的东西。早期参加了缅泰辽边界的慈善活动， 加上这几年去了几个严重弱后的原住民村庄，以及常接触一些国内外弱势群体。我觉得以前的想象是多么的狭窄和无知，其实贫困所涉及身心灵的煎熬，会逐渐消耗自己对人生正面的积极与前进。贫困是可以被消除的，当然不能永远单靠慈善团体，最久远的实际方式是教育下一代的青年。辅青是我对于这个Didik Kasih Educare Program 的华语诠释，这计划是辅助来自孤儿院或者贫困家庭的好学青年有机会完成大学课程，未来可以独立开创自己的人生，将来也能以感恩的心回馈社会。慈善 = 一个机会，不管是给与或接受的人，都是机会的开沿。我希望透过这篇的书写，能鼓励大家发挥善心，支持明年Persatuan Harapan Mulia（宏愿慈善协会） 的2个慈善项目- Rakan Shopping （陪购计划-捐赠日常用品给与贫困家庭） & Didik Kasih Educare Program（关爱教育助学金计划）捐款多少不设限，希望大家伸出援手，让这个机会的平台能够受惠更多需要的弱势群体。耕心慈善协会活动策划组长 鄧妙慧 启
Out of stock對於教育，一直以来是我心中最大的遗憾！已故中国总理周恩来讲过一句话：再穷不能穷教育，再苦不能苦孩子！我Angie 黃媚菁來自巴生，是耕心慈善社区服务中心的负责人兼公关，对于我本身小时候因家境不好而读书少，我只能靠后天的努力去争取多看书学习和充实自己，小时候就常常叫姐姐帮我借学校的图书馆的书回来给我看，写日记是我唯一练习成长的方式。至到自己的二个孩子也因为家庭环境关系，导致他们都只是读到高中二而停学，这对于身为母亲的我感到很遗憾和难过。在耕心慈善社区服务中心工作中，有一项为贫困小孩补习是由我负责，当我接任了这份差事，我就希望从中可以为这些贫困小孩带来更多的学习知识和空间。从2016年5月开始学生只有区区5/6名，至到今天的50名学生，无论遇到什么难题，我都永不放弃和逃避，我都会想尽办法或向上层商讨对策的解决方案。对于贫困的家庭来说，孩子读好书无疑是家里摆脱贫困的唯一希望，而在这里也是让我可以弥补自己的孩子没有完成学业的遗憾。我希望通过宏愿慈善协会(Great Vision CHARITY)造就更多无能为力的贫困学生，能够圆他们的升学梦。 Great Vision CHARITY 是GREAT HEART 旗下专帮助贫困家庭的18岁学生升学，孤儿院的18岁孩子升学和帮助贫穷家庭的一些生活费等。我希望通过Great Vision CHARITY 让更多的人贫穷孩子能够圆他们的梦想，造就社会的栋梁。“再穷不能穷教育，再苦不能苦孩子”这句话，深深烙在了华裔的内心深处，更是一代又一代华裔潜意识中，必须传承的使命。孩子的教育实为人之根，家之幸，国之本。但愿能借用大家的正能量，大发慈悲和爱心，圆孩子们的一个梦想！ 感恩的心，感恩有您！
Out of stockUpdateDear fellow friends, families, and supporters,Thank you to your kind support, I have now managed to reach my fundraising target of RM10,000! I couldn't have made it without your loving and kind support, so a big thank you to all of you whom have supported me. Your donation means a lot to the team here at Great Vision Charity as this will ensure we are able to continue running our 2 main programs to help out underprivileged families and needy students in 2021.That said, our #HarapanMulia campaign target has not ended yet, as the main target is to raise RM500k for Great Vision Charity. For those who are still keen to support our campaign, you may send your love and support to our other fundraisers or to our main campaign here.Thank you once again!Best regards, Yuen____It has been an unforgettable seven years journey for me at Persatuan Harapan Mulia, from planning and setting up the various charity programs, to executing, implementing, and fine tuning each of these programs with my team and colleagues to ensure that they reach out to our target beneficiaries as intended. I have learnt about the plights of the B40 urban poor communities living in various government low cost Projek Perumahan Rakyat (PPR) flats, where half of these low-income families experience being unable to afford sufficient food and with 40% of these households being children, according to a study by UNICEF. That is where our Shopping Buddy program comes in, to provide short-term intervention to end hunger and ensure access by these families in vulnerable situations living in PPR to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food, especially now, more so in our current landscape where we all need to weather both the Covid-19 pandemic and economic uncertainties. While interacting with these families, we also took the opportunity to impart some useful knowledge on good practices in managing their financials.My journey also gave me the chance to interact with a number of tertiary education students from underprivileged backgrounds, where through our Didik-Kasih EduCare program, I have seen some of the students grown from a receiver of aid, to become a giver and role model, inspiring their younger brothers and sisters from various children’s homes to study hard and one day step into an institution of higher learning, graduating from the course of their dreams, and finally contributing back to the society. To see these students being able to conduct charity projects of their own that is usually related to their field of studies, under the guidance of our social workers, and surpassing their own expectations when they have successfully completed their respective charity projects is truly a joy. They have, among others, brought children from various charity homes to places such as the KLIA hangar, Rapid KL LRT depot, and Media Prima’s television studio, with the aim to inspire these children to be in the industry that they are studying for.The blood, sweat, and tears has been worthwhile. But the current Covid-19 pandemic has brought with it many uncertainties that impacted funding to our programs, as well as the target beneficiaries that we are serving. That is why I am now seeking your support to ensure that we can secure enough funds to be able to continue to do the work that we do in serving the needy. Through this crowdfunding effort, I am looking at raising RM10,000.00 for Persatuan Harapan Mulia that goes towards supporting the programs, activities, and needs of the organization. I sincerely hope to be able to garner your support in donating for this initiative, and thereafter share about it to enlist more supporters from your friends and families. Every bit counts!Your support would mean a lot to me, to the team at Persatuan Harapan Mulia, and most of all, to the target beneficiaries that we are supporting via our charity programs.Thank you!Yours sincerely,Yuen Juin Hoe
Out of stockHelp me support my favourite NGO! :)I've always been a frequent volunteer for Great Vision Charity Association (GVCA)'s Shopping Buddy Program, which is a program that aims to assist the B40 community. Throughout my experience of volunteering with GVCA, I am constantly amazed by the effort and passion they share to provide for the beneficiaries that are under their care. Thus, I always make myself available in many of their events, simply because I believe in the way they do things. Moreover, GVCA has always been transparent on the funds they received from donors, detailing every penny that goes into each programs, so you can rest assured the donations are in good hands.This round, GVCA is looking to raise RM500k to continue their charity programs in year 2021. Breakdown as below:• Shopping Buddy Program - RM42 k • Didik-Kasih EduCare Program - RM 218k • Charity Program Facilitation - RM 110 k • Operating Expenditure - RM 130 kRakan Shopping Program would be the program I participated in the most, it aims to support the B40 communities by taking care of their monthly groceries needs. With groceries paid for, families can then focus on paying off overdue bills, medical fees, as well as the educational costs for their kids. Hopefully, it'll be able to ease the burden of the families, and to create a better lifestyle for them.The Didik-Kasih EduCare program is a study aid that aims to assist those who wishes to further their tertiary studies by providing them with a start-up assistance and monthly allowance to cover his / her living expenses while studying throughout the period of assistance. The program also aims to influence and inspire successful applicants to give back to the society by getting involved in and organizing charity activities.My 1st goal: To raise RM 2000.If the target is reached, I want to challenge myself to go vegan for 2 weeks, and in the process of doing so, document it and share it with my friends. Hopefully, in the future, I'll be able to practice a lifestyle that reduces the environmental impact by eating meat-free meals as part of my weekly routine.Let's help each other out in times of crisis!
Out of stockI've been working in Great Heart Charity for a year now! To celebrate this, I am raising funds for Persatuan Harapan Mulia, our sister NGO which is now coincidentally running the #HarapanMulia fundraising campaign.Working with the most marginalised communities in our society for a year now has, quite frankly, broken my heart. I can't pick up phone calls because I don't know how to reject people in need in place of other people in need (which is why I do social media). It is hard, and often painful, work.While I do work here, I am by no means receiving a cut from this, nor does this affect my KPI. I'm doing this because people are hurting. People are losing their jobs. The fact that I am doing this from my work from home table is a privilege that not many have, & something that Persatuan Harapan Mulia is working daily to help.My goal of RM10,000 comes nowhere close to the charity's main goal of RM500,000. However, this big goal just goes to show the big dreams that the charity has to reach out to B40 communities across the Klang Valley to supply groceries through the Rakan Shopping Program, as well as to fund the studies of underprivileged students via the Didik-Kasih EduCare Program.Should I hit my goal, I will be shaving my head (completely, fully, no hair!) as my hair is currently dyed, which means I can't donate it. To give my hair a fresh start so that it can help others in the future, is on par with how your donations will give a fresh start to those affected by poverty and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Donations can be made right here! Thank you so much for helping those in need.Buzz me if you need a receipt- IG: @natashyakhoo (Personal fundraiser updates here!) Email: [email protected]
Out of stockBreaking down the public stereotypes of lawyersDo you think that lawyers start billing you for every minute he or she spends thinking or talking about your case? Have you ever been told that lawyers are manipulative and taking advantage of situations?At some point, people find themselves admitting that they need legal advise from a lawyer but they are worrying of the expensive bill for legal advise. Public stereotypes of lawyers can be overwhelming, but today only with RM100 you would be able to support the charity work of NGO Great Vision Charity Association helping the underprivileged community AND enjoy 35-minutes legal advise with a practicing lawyer cum legal advisor of Great Vision Charity Association.All proceeds will be fully contributed to the charity work of Great Vision Charity Association which includes grocery aid to B40 underprivileged community and study aid to support underprivileged students’ education. Terms & Conditions of Legal Advise Session
- Limits to 30 pax.
- Minimum donation to enjoy the 35-minutes legal advise is RM100.
- The 35-minutes legal advise session would be conducted by way of telephone conversation. Face-to-face sessions could be provided upon request (subject to availability).
- For Donors who wish to enjoy the 35-minutes legal advise session, kindly email your name, contact number and proof of donation to [email protected]. Failure to do so would be deemed to have not interested to participate in the 35-minutes legal advise session.
- If Donors wish to support this program but do not want to enjoy the 35-minutes legal advise session, no problem, we welcome any amount of donations.
- The 35-minutes legal advise session ONLY serves as preliminary advise for your legal issue.
- By joining this 35-minutes legal advise session, you AGREE that no ‘client-solicitor’ relationship is formed and our legal advisor shall not be held responsible and/or liable for any legal advise given.
- Our legal advisor is only able to dispense legal advise within her expertise and/or your issue is not a complicated legal issue.
- We will protect your privacy and keep your information safe.
- 若想享用35分钟法律咨询的捐助者，请将您的姓名，联系电话和捐款证明通过电子邮件发送至[email protected]。 否则，将被视为没有兴趣享用35分钟的法律咨询。
Out of stockHello there, my name is Jenny Yap I am a volunteer & event executive of Great Heart Charity Association. I get to know that our Sister NGO Great Vision Charity Association is running fundraising activities to maintain and continue their helping hand to the underprivileged family and underprivileged student.A little bit introduce of Great Vision Charity Association had two programme in action which is “Didik-Kasih Educare Program” & “Rakan Shopping Program”.The Didik-Kasih Educare Program provides care in the form of study aid, which assists to those who are underprivileged and want to continue their studies on tertiary level. It provided startup assistance & monthly allowance to cover their living expenses while they study.The Rakan Shopping Program is that conducted on third Sunday of each month, where 10 underprivileged families are invited for a grocery shopping session with volunteers. RM100 cash vouchers are handed out to each family as to lighten their financial load.Hope the above short introduction is clear for your understanding. In this fundraising activity I personally appreciate for your kindness help; and in return for your donation I will hold a lucky draw section for the donors.With every RM100 of donation will valid with one entry.Please screenshot your donation receipt and email to me at [email protected] Do provide me your full name, phone no, and address for the lucky draw section.Entries validity date will run until 30th November 2020, and lucky draw live section will be on my Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jenny.yap.7186 on 1st December 2020 @ 20:00 hrs. Donation entries submitted will stand a chance to win one whole set of Angry Bird Crochet doll.Of cause this donation is not a must for the amount as stated, I would be happy and most appreciate with any amount of your donation.Sincerely thank you and wish all your kindness will be blessed with all the good fortune.Thank You! Yours sincerely, Jenny Yap
Out of stockJomfund_B40 is a group consisting of five undergraduate students from University of Malaya who strive for success in organising an online fundraising event named “Covid-19 Fundraiser: Helping the Less Fortunate”. The project is carried out as a part of the continuous assessment for GLT1015 Advanced Professional Writing. It is known that Covid-19 pandemic has caused a significant economic impact globally. In addition to the global crisis and economic slowdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, it also caused a budget crisis in Malaysian households. The unemployment of household heads and salary reduction of employees become the factors that lead to the decrease in household income of Malaysian. Being the bottom tier income earner of the country, B40 community is the most affected community during this Covid-19 pandemic.Recently, an article entitled “Covid-19 forces Malaysia’s poor to live on instant noodles, abandon school: UN Study” (South China Morning Post, 24 August 2020) has reported about the hardship of poor families due to the outbreak of Covid-19. As the consequences of the running out of savings of this community caused by great deal of debt carried and little income during the pandemic, many of them could lose access to necessities such as food and housing. Students are unable to continue school or committed fully to online class because they have no access to computers or the internet necessary for efficient e-learning. Besides, issues of malnutrition occurred as they highly depend on canned food or instant noodles to survive. Therefore, we hope that the implementation of this online fundraising event may help in reducing the burden of the B40 community during the pandemic.These are the objectives of our group project:
- To reduce the burden of the B40 community during Covid-19.
- To create awareness about Covid-19 among communities.
- To provide students came from B40 families with basic educational needs.
Out of stockPersatuan Harapan Mulia (GVCA) and its partners support various community disinfection teams with disinfection supplies, equipment, or monetary aid as a community initiative to combat Covid-19. We have initiated a team in selected areas in Klang Valley to execute disinfection measures for Covid-19 hit premises, including residential areas, shop lots, and community areas as a critical approach to protect our community. FUNDRAISING AMOUNT: RM 50,000.00OFFLINE FUNDRAISED AMOUNT: RM 23,272.84CAMPAIGN END DATE: 31 December 2021 Inquiries:Mon - Fri, 9:00am – 5:00pm012 383 6339 IN JOINT EFFORT: