Who am I helping?
You are helping children in low-performing schools, at-risk children in institutions (children homes & government approved correctional schools), children and families in urban poor communities and children in rural communities.
*Children includes youth (18 years & below)
*Families includes young adults (19 – 25)
Why should I help them?
These are children & families that are trapped in poverty.
They face many challenges that pull them out of school: they are hungry & malnourished, struggle with poor grades, lack guidance & attention, live in poor conditions and come from unstable homes.
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They need our help to break free from poverty. When you give, you’re making a difference for you & your family too. Because you’re investing in building a better society, community and nation that we as Malaysians & our future generations can thrive in.
How am I helping them?
How do I know that my giving is making a difference?
Where does my giving go?
All donations go to our general fund to support the work of increasing access to quality education.
*Please note that all giving through the iPay88 payment gateway is subject to a processing fee of 2.8% and there is a transaction limit of RM3, 000.
There are also other giving options available – cheque & online transfer.
What exactly does providing for the beneficiary mean?
We’re committed to using funds in the most effective way to help our beneficiary gain the very best access to quality education. This means investing in measures to ensure the maximum impact to those we serve.
Here are some of the things that you invest in when you give:
Materials & Activities
Food, school uniforms & shoes, school books, supplies & educational material, upkeep of all community premises so that our beneficiaries continue to enjoy a conducive learning environment.
Providing tertiary education or vocational training through an education fund, high-quality learning and exposure programs
People make our programs run. Salaries, training & development, travel expenses ensure that we are able to deliver the very best service to the beneficiary and reach out to more under-served communities across Malaysia.
This includes the running of our offices and administrative expenses so that we can manage our resources and stakeholders effectively.
Can I choose specifically whom I give towards?
Because we adhere to a Child Protection Policy (CPP) that protects the identity of the children we serve, we refrain from direct contact between giver & beneficiary, therefore you will not be able to choose specifically who you give towards. We share updates with the public via email & the resources available on our website.
When will I know that my giving has been processed?
You will receive an immediate notification from iPay88 if your transaction is successful. After which, an official receipt & Thank You email (ensure that your details are keyed in correctly) from email@example.com within 14 working days. You will receive your official receipt within 14 working days for online banking & cheque transactions.
In addition, you may receive updates on the progress of your giving from firstname.lastname@example.org throughout the year.
Can my friends & I pool funds to give?
Absolutely! Every bit counts so use this opportunity to make a difference together. You may request for individual receipts by emailing email@example.com with your online banking/iPay88 successful transactions details.
I’d like to give outside of Malaysia. Are there additional transaction costs?
Thank you so much for your support from overseas! It means the world to us.
In addition to the 2.9% processing fee charged by our payment gateway, your giving is subject to foreign exchange conversion or transaction fees that is charged by your foreign bank or credit card provider.
Is giving invested optimally?
We recognize that every resource entrusted to us can transform our client’s lives. We promise to manage the funds received honestly and will use it effectively to benefit our clients. This includes carrying out:
Annual audits in accordance with approved standards on auditing in Malaysia by an independent public accounting firm, Baker Tilly Monterio Heng (Audit Firm No: AF 0117).
Consistent management reviews and monitoring of operating costs ensure that resources are optimized and within approved budgets.
Project evaluations to assess the ongoing effectiveness of our programs in meeting our beneficiaries’ needs.
Can corporates give?
Absolutely! You can get in touch with our partnerships team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how you can give as a corporate or organisation. Visit our partner page on our website to see our partnership projects.