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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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Shelter turned into a ‘green haven’

SHAH ALAM: For residents of Darul Wardah here, they are grateful to have a safe place to call it “their haven”.

Giving back: The student volunteers posing with their handiwork. With them are adviser Zalina Abdul Ghani (third from left) and Tenaga Nasional Foundation director Datuk Dr Shaari Md Noor (fifth from right).

Terrapins back in the swim, thanks to Chen

KEMAMAN: As the world steps up efforts to save the majestic sea turtles from extinction, a passionate turtle lover is dedicating her time to conserving its lesser known cousin, the river terrapin.

To shell and back: Dr Chen observing turtle specimens at the Turtle Conservation Society centre mini museum in Kemaman.

Seeing the world through new lenses

KUALA LUMPUR: It was an odd sight – some 40 children walking around town photographing random objects and scenes such as a mechanic fixing a car and a stray cat loun­ging on grass.

Picture-perfect moment: Two girls taking a photo of a cat during the workshop.

Helping urban folk connect with Mother Nature

KUALA LUMPUR: Lim Khim Joe remembers sitting on her father’s motorcycle on the way to school as a teenager in Penang, with the trees providing a cool shade.

Businessman gladly gives back to society

MELAKA: Hundreds of students will never forget businessman Chew Chert Fong for sponsoring them bicycles to go to school.

Generous man: Chew presenting back to school items to Jabesh (in blue), Jackson (third from left) and Joshua (right)as well as other children.

Help the needy by shopping

JOHOR BARU: Driven by her passion for charity, Chis Pang Hwei Sim has come out with an unconventional way for the public to lend a helping hand.

Shop for a good cause: Pang (left) and her colleague Jeslynn Chong, 24, showing some of the items available at the Momo Love Concept shop.

Donation to help centre for kids

BENTONG: For Chan Moi Chin, Persatuan Kebajikan untuk Kanak-Kanak Istimewa Kampung Perting is where her 37-year-old son can learn to socialise and pick up self-care skills.

Kind gesture: Siti Aishah (fourth from right) presenting the mock cheque to Cheong. Looking on is Hoh (centre).

Working hard to win public‘s confidence in cops

ONE man is making it his mission to create awareness on the roles of the police and other law enforcement agencies in Malaysia

Kalaikumar (second from right) watching as members of his team paste a sticker on a car providing information on the Peace and Crime Prevention Action Organisation of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

Their autistic son paved the way

GEORGE TOWN: Dr Chew Yu Gee may be a paediatrician but he could do little for his son.

Loving care: Dr Chew conducting a class while his wife Melody looks on.

‘Special feeling when they call me appa’

REMBAU: He has had about 150 children addressing him as “appa” (father) over the past 12 years.

Father figure: Ramesh posing with some of the children at the Vivekananda Home in Rembau.

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