There ain’t no mountain high enough to keep Jia Huai from raising money for SHELTER home for children, the place she was raised in and considers her true home. She’s literally climbing Mount Kinabalu to make it happen.
By CARLOS RUBEN DOURADO and TAN JEN LI Photos by MELISSA ONG firstname.lastname@example.org ONE passionate Teach For Malaysia (TFM) fellow and a group of IACT College students was all it took to give the students of SMK Tengku Idris Shah, Kapar, Selangor completely refurbished classrooms – and a much more conducive learning environment. TFM fellow […]
By KEVIN TAN email@example.com Azlan Mckechnie, 28, watched a YouTube video showing a few individuals feeding the poor and homeless people on the streets that they live in. Little did he know that the video would not just leave a lasting impression on him but also inspire him to go out and do the same. […]
By CHRISTINE CHEAH firstname.lastname@example.org WOMEN’S rights groups have been tirelessly advocating for laws that could better protect women’s rights, and last weekend they received a timely boost from some young people. A group of KDU University College students took it upon themselves to make a difference by launching a campaign to raise awareness about gender […]
How about gaming for a good cause? Classroom Café is running a unique World of Warcraft Trading Card Game (WoW TCG) charity event, named “Chase the Can”, where all attendees have to do is to bring in canned food as part of the “entry costs”. The cans you bring will actually give players bonuses […]
OUR cover story last week was about Geh Chee Minh and his friends’ amazing (yet crazy) 3,500km journey across India for #charity. Professional photographer Geh and his friends, fellow photographer Mark Teo and director-producer Joe Peter, embarked on a project to get people to support FRANK Water – an initiative that funds clean water projects […]
By IAN YEE email@example.com While most of us would feel pretty pleased with ourselves if we gave RM50 to support some poor kid in a third world country in exchange for a postcard, 28-year-old Geh Chee Minh has in the past few months raised nearly RM50,000 while risking his life. Well sort of. Driving […]