The Star Golden Hearts Award celebrates Malaysians from all walks of life – individuals or groups – who acted heroically and/or selflessly, building bridges between different communities, and in doing so promoting racial harmony and unity.
Nominations for the Star Golden Hearts Award 2017, supported by Yayasan Gamuda, closed on August 31. Thanks to all who nominated persons or groups for this award. The winners will be announced in November.
*All nominations will be reviewed by the Award committee and the Judges' decision is final.
KUALA LUMPUR: To walk the talk, Yayasan Gamuda volunteers have stepped in to help run Kedai Jalanan, the street store for the homeless and urban poor which won the Star-Gamuda Inspiration Award and the Star Golden Hearts Award last year.
A DECADE ago, Justin Cheah was living a contented life with a steady job, good career prospects and no commitments to tie him down.
IT WAS the little things Sophia Victor Feizal did, such as chatting with the elderly and serving drinks, that eased patients’ long wait while waiting to get their eyes checked.
IMAGINE the torment of having a lot to say but not being able to say them properly.
HAVING been a single mother herself, Noelle Nah understands the hardships that single mothers go through.
IPOH: A wedding planner for almost a decade, Jacqie Teh decided that opening a restaurant employing the deaf and mute was his higher calling.
FORMER nurse S. Gnanasuntharavalli has found her passion in providing free foot care services to diabetic patients.
SPORTING a pixie haircut and a bright smile, Ananti Rajasingam walks through the halls of Yayasan Chow Kit in Kuala Lumpur like a mother on a mission.
PETALING JAYA: Would you lend your motorcycle to a stranger you met on the highway? Muhamad Israq Esdizul, the man with the moniker Abang Baju Merah, would – without hesitation.
It all started with having collected too many medals over the years from various running events, a problem faced by avid runners.