Malaysians step up to help the needy

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians are a generous lot if the recent contributions to the #DaretoCare campaign are any indication.

Giving back to society: Goh (centre) flanked by Lee and Ng (in blue shirt). With them are Lim (beside Ng) and representatives of the welfare homes during the handover ceremony for the DaretoCare campaign at the SkyWorld property gallery in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur.

Musicians drum up support

PETALING JAYA: As musicians, Cassidy La Creme and Aziz Harun certainly believe in the power of music.

Doing their part: Cassidy (left) and Aziz came forward to extend their support for the DaretoCare campaign.

Graphic artists chip in with sale of plush pooches

STAR Media Group’s design and graphics section used their creativity for charity while supporting the #DaretoCare campaign.

Tung (right) and members of his team (from left) Sum Li Ching, Mohd Izwan Shaari and Foo Chern Hwan with the DaretoCare bags containing essentials which they bought through the sale of stuffed dogs.

Damansara Jaya folk show they care

AT NINE years old, Adeana Ho stood out as the youngest in a group of residents who had gathered at the Damansara Jaya community centre to pack groceries and stationery for the #DaretoCare campaign.

Dr Ong (sixth from left) and DJROA members with the dry foodstuff, stationery, household and personal care items that were donated by residents for the #DaretoCare campaign.

Together we can ‘grow a forest’ for charity

PETALING JAYA: Joe Flizzow (pic) may be a man of few words but he expresses them where they count.

Ti-Ratana founder backs charity drive

PETALING JAYA: Ti-Ratana founder Most Venerable Datuk K. Sri Dhammaratana believes firmly in the value of sharing with others.

All smiles: Dhammaratana with the children of Ti-Ratana posing with the DaretoCare bags.

Artiste who grew up in welfare home recalls kindness shown to him

RISING singer, songwriter and actor Michael Leaner, better known as Kael, remembers what it was like growing up in a welfare home.

United to do charity work

DANCOM TT&L Telecommunications (M) Sdn Bhd puts a lot of effort into what they do, even more so when it comes to charitable initiatives.

Lim (centre) and team lend their support to the DaretoCare campaign.

Ex-national stars believe in kindness

PETALING JAYA: Giving back to society is one way for former national shuttler Roslin Hashim to show his appreciation to the millions of Malaysians who cheered him on as he fought to win in the badminton court.

SkyWorld Development Group corporate communications executive Daniel Chng (second from right) receiving the DaretoCare bags from former national swimmer Khoo Cai Lin (left), former national shuttler Roslin Hashim (second from left) and former national squash player and TV personality Sharon Wee.

Pooling their funds to help the needy

“YOU don’t have to think too big, you simply need to do what you can do now.”

Anas (left) and his team made a collective effort to support the DaretoCare campaign.