Star Foundation is a charitable arm of Star Media Group aimed at raising, receiving and administering funds for various causes to assist organisations in their operating expenses, upgrading of facilities and running of existing programmes.
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In an effort of expanding the Foundation’s reach to individuals / families who are in need of financial assistance, Medical Fund programme was established. This Medical Fund Programme looks out for those needing urgent medical care especially when it comes at a very hefty cost. This fund will also enable the public to be actively involved and engaged in supporting needy individuals and families.
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In reinforcing our stance on promoting a moderate, harmonious and united nation, Star Golden Hearts Award is formed to recognise everyday Malaysians who demonstrated great commitment to charity work, built bridges between communities and promoted racial harmony and unity by going out of their way to help a fellow Malaysian.
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As part of the Group’s commitment in being a responsible corporate citizen and playing an active role in community development and nation building, Star Foundation’s Wheelchair Programme, provides wheelchairs to NGO’s and underprivileged individuals.
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Hungry at the university

It may seem surprising but there are quite a number of tertiary students who are so financially strapped that they have to skip meals. The problem is only now gaining attention with efforts slowly being initiated to help them.

The student committee behind the UiTM‘s Suspended Meals project and their lecturer Hariyati (centre, in pink).

Hello, is it me you’re looking for?

PETALING JAYA: A French tourist resorted to an ingenious way to look for his handphone after accidentally leaving it in a stranger’s car.

Like, share and help: A screen capture of post by Facebook user Nur Halim who wrote about Yves Oyage (left) who left his phone in the car of a stranger he got a ride with.

Hello, hello, we found your phone! Frenchman in distress told

PETALING JAYA: A French tourist resorted to an ingenious way to look for his handphone after leaving it in the car of a stranger.

Screencap of Facebook photo posted by Nur Halim Ibrahim on Monday.

Ex-football player scores a winner

IPOH: Former Perak footballer P. Ravindran, who hogged the headlines in the 1990s for his match-fixing scandal, is now doing good by helping the mentally-challenged.

New quest: Ravindran sharing  a light moment with residents of N Gale Care Centre at Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah in Ipoh

Changing mindsets through education

Centre equips students with skills and values that go beyond books.

The same mentor usually teaches the same child, so she can keep track of his progress.
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Raising funds to keep hope alive

WHEN Maliana Shafii’s 10-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer, her world crumbled.

Maliana and Muhammad Aidil stay at NCSM‘s Children‘s Home of Hope.

Making it their business to help others

IT is close to 10 o’clock on a Friday night when Jerryson Abraham Doss, his wife Edna Sung Burongoh and a small group of Good Samaritans with them start setting up tables along the five-foot way on Jalan Hang Lekiu in Kuala Lumpur. The pavements are lined with street dwellers who gather there in anticipation of the many do-gooders who drop off food for the homeless.

Charitable duo help set up mobile clinic to treat and rehabilitate the homeless

KUALA LUMPUR: You may have heard of Dr S. Madhusudhan from the Teddy Mobile Clinic and his work with the homeless community in Kuala Lumpur. Nicknamed the Teddy Bear doctor because of his tendency to give street children a soft toy after a visit, he was one of the 10 recipients of the Star Golden Hearts award last year.

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Woman donates liver to ex-teacher

KOTA KINABALU: Marie Christine Robert has never been one to defy her family, especially her parents. But that was precisely what she did to save a life.

Part of family: Marie paying Cheong and Pik Yin a visit in Kota Kinabalu.
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Giving her heart and soul for the ‘kids’

KAJANG: When Kong Lan Lee decided to quit her job as an administrative manager to become director of the Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation in Petaling Jaya, her mother, boss and colleagues asked her if she was sure.

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