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'The Touch' leaves mark on three charities

I>The Touch/I>, the film helmed by Datuk Michelle Yeoh, has certainly left its mark on three charitable organisations.


Star donates RM23,000 to Iraq fund

I>The Star/Icontributed RM23,637.05 to the Malaysian Red Crescent Society#8217;s Iraq Fund for victims of the war. The donations consisted of net proceeds from the April 21 sale of I>The Star#8217;s/I16-page Special War Edition documenting the first moments of the US attack on Iraq, as well as revenue from Fujifilm, Astro and Maxis advertisements.


RM 35,000 raised for sick children

Garden International School's Prefectorial Board recently raised RM35,000 for charity on Mufti Day.


Mothers who cared for special children recognised

As a young boy, Ahmad Fairuz Mohd Yusof suffered from speech impairment.


Temples full on Wesak Day

Devotees all over the country converged on Buddhist temples Thursday to celebrate Wesak Day despite the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) situation.


Foundation gives RM400,000 to charity

The Petaling Jaya Kwan Inn Teng Foundation presented RM400,000 in donations, scholarships and study loans to 20 charitable organisations and 300 students in conjunction with Wesak Day Thursday.


Utar gets RM880,000 from golf tournament

The Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) building fund received RM880,000 Friday following a charity golf tournament organised by the Kedah MCA.


Utar main campus to preserve its natural beauty

Undergraduates scheduled to move into the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) main campus in Kampar in three years' time will be a lucky lot. The university will be surrounded by many beautiful lakes amidst lush greenery that will provide a cool and serene environment for studying.


Time-out for charity

DESPITE their busy schedules, Charles Sturt University Masters in Business Association Alumni (CSU MBA Alumni) recently organised a charity drive to collect old clothes for the less fortunate.


Building cross-cultural bridges

CHARITY does, indeed, begin at home. A few members of the Humanitarian Club at SMK Bintang Utara found that this is truly the case in their grand idea of a community service programme.