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PETALING JAYA: Having been involved in the Star Golden Hearts Award project for four years, Yayasan Gamuda said the partnership has been vital in championing social causes in the country.
PETALING JAYA: A few years ago, a former teacher consulted the “University of Google” and “Professors of YouTube” to learn how to build a 3D printer from scratch.
KUCHING: Volunteer organisation Barefoot Mercy is working to complete boarding facilities for a kindergarten in a remote Penan village deep in Sarawak’s interior.
PETALING JAYA: Three years ago, two young men turned to YouTube to learn basic hand stitching techniques.
PETALING JAYA: Hard choices – these two words best sum up the final judging session of The Star Golden Hearts Award 2018, which is into its fourth year.
KUCHING: It was sheer joy for Barefoot Mercy co-founder Anna Wee when she set eyes on Penan kindergarten Tadika Pawah’s completed building for the first time.
Star Golden Hearts Award winners Kuan Chee Heng and Jazz Tan have no qualms over helping out the less fortunate in Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA:The practice of helping fellow Malaysians regardless of their race and religion should be celebrated, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Tan Sri Joseph Kurup.
PETALING JAYA: Now in its third year, the Star Golden Hearts Award continues to celebrate the works of unsung Malaysian heroes who go all the way to help those in need, irrespective of race, culture and religion.
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.