#Star50: Star Media Group's 50 years of raising funds for disaster victims and those in need

The aftermath of the massive floods in 2014 in Kampung Kuala Nal, Kuala Krai, Kelantan. Photos: Filepic

Disasters, be they man-made or natural, are part of life. But whenever tragedy strikes, we see hope in the form of humanitarian efforts springing into action, as well as various fundraising initiatives to help mitigate the effects of the aftermath.

The Star, as a media organisation and a company, has been playing a role in spearheading fundraising campaigns for various causes since its inception in 1971.

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