Why don’t you partake to improve the environment and contribute towards the Malaysian social welfare? You don't exactly need to be Angelina Jolie to get involved in these.
Biji-biji aims to solve a problem in sustainable fashion. All of their products are made using at least 45% recycled materials, and any other materials are sourced from local suppliers. Check out their website for some super cool seat-belt bags. It is a must have and they are really sturdy! They regularly take in volunteers to help with their projects so don’t be shy to get in touch with them!
PAWS Animal Welfare Society is a non-profit animal shelter in Ara Damansara. Currently, there are over 250 dogs and 250 cats under the care of the shelter. All you need to do is give them a call and sign up a form! Spend some time there playing with the animals and even walk a dog. You might end up adopting one too.
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Suriana Welfare Society for Children
Suriana Welfare Society is a registered NGO in Kuala Lumpur. They have been actively involved in the promoting and protecting the rights of children of whom have been subject to abuse, abandonment, neglect, exploitation as well subject to human trafficking. You could choose to donate a small amount from your Raya money by simply visiting the link below;
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Indigenous Peoples of Networks Of Malaysia
The Indigenous Peoples Network of Malaysia or Jaringan Orang Asal Se-Malaysia (JOAS) is the umbrella network for 21 community-based non-governmental organisations that have indigenous peoples’ issues as the focus. They provides the indigenous communities with representation not just nationally but regionally and internationally as well.
If you would like to be a part of their team or show support contact Sze Ning ( firstname.lastname@example.org | (6012) 6061592)
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The Truly Loving Company
The Truly Loving Company is a social enterprise that produces mainly household products that are eco friendly. They don't test on animals nor compromise on product standards. What sets them apart is that 100% of TLC's dividends are given to charity! Some of their products are
- Bathroom Cleaners
- Fabric Care
- Kitchen Cleaners
Check them out here :
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GT Community Care
GT Community Care is a non-profit charitable organisation. Located in Klang they are driven towards solving problems such of standard of living for the poor and underprivileged. They also have an Online Tutorial Program for both Primary and Secondary School children. They are constantly looking for volunteers It's so simple. Give them a call today at 60-33599105.
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These are just a few of the many ways you can spend your Raya to give back to society. Pass the love to left : )