BOLATHON Charity Fun Run and Masquerade Walk 2018

BOLATHON Charity Fun Run and Masquerade Walk 2018
Thanks to all who participated and joined our event!

Monday, April 29, 2019

The Community & Volunteerism Talk 2019

CSR employee volunteering enhances your corporate culture to be more attractive to your employees. It is proven employees become more engaged and committed,  perform better in an organization active in  CSR employee volunteerism.

It seems easier said than done. So, let us help!

Since 2013, we have been conducting the Community & Volunteerism Talk to corporate companies, for their staff and management, to share with them the core values and massive benefits of CSR and how it can be made sustainable, and eventually enhance their corporate culture, which contributes to cultivating a healthier and more productive working environment.

This year, we added one more element in our Talk - Awareness on Mental Health & Wellness (aligned with Social Development Goal (SDG) by United Nation). An issue that no longer affected the underprivileged, but ALL OF US. We need to look into building a healthy connection within ourselves, it begins from Families. A healthy community begins with Healthy Families. Healthy families contribute to Social Betterment.

The 1-Hour Talk covers the topic on:
(1) What is your role in this Society? 
(2) What you should know before donating? 
(3) How can you be effectively involved in helping the community? 
(4) Screening of life-changing stories and motivational videos 
(5) Awareness of Mental Wellness by building connection within ourselves

This year, conducting the Community & Volunteerism Talk is our core focus. Hence we would like to share with you the companies we have been reaching out to, in the month of April:

Boston Scientific Malaysia




CMA CGM Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Both Bangsar & Shah Alam offices)





Excel Force MSC Berhad




Manforce Group 





IGB Berhad




Set a time with us today and find out more about the Community & Volunteerism Talk!

Our Contact Hub:
Tel No: 03-4050 2541 (Katy, Kok Meng or Caesar)
Email: enquiry@hopeww.org.my

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Saturday, March 16, 2019

KFC Sharing Moments at Jerum Lesung (2019 Q1)

16 March 2019, KFC Sharing Moments at Kg. Jerum Lesung, Jelebu

Last Saturday, our volunteers shared wonderful moments with the Orang Asli Community in Jerum Lesung, Jelebu. Our volunteers brought KFC Meals and groceries to 30 families. Besides, bringing food aid, our volunteers also organized hygiene education activities - hand washing and teeth brushing. The children and volunteers have had a wonderful time together!

We would like to extend our gratitude for volunteers from Mercy Malaysia and Dr Peter Gan who tag along with us, reaching out to the children and families.

Once again, bravo job to our coordinators Bruce & June for the great works being done!












Thank you Add Hope Malaysia and KFC Malaysia who made this Sharing Moment a sustainable program for the rural community across our nation!

For more event photos, check them out on Facebook page by clicking in KFC Sharing Moments 2019 Q1 at Jerum Lesung

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Food Distribution Program with Jobstreet Malaysia

16 March 2019, Food Distribution Program with Jobstreet Malaysia Volunteers

Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart. This was what we experienced last Saturday as we saw a team of 18 volunteers from Jobstreet, rolled up their sleeves, serving 111 families in the Food Distribution Program.







For more event photos, check them out on our Facebook page by clicking in Jobstreet Volunteers in Food Distribution Program

Wonder how you can organize a fulfilling CSR Volunteerism just like Jobstreet? How do you identify a CSR partner to cultivate a sustainable collaboration that makes your corporate culture more attractive? Look no further. Call us today at 03-4050 2541 or email to katylee@hopeww.org.my to set a time with us!

Do you like our story? You can be a part of our crusade in helping the underprivileged by clicking HERE to make a donation.

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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Poplook Aims to Give Hope This Year with New Sari Yanti Collaboration

29 January 2019, POPLOOK Gives Back X Sari Yanti X HOPE worldwide Malaysia Event Launch at Marmalade Cafe, Bangsar Village 2

Every year, POPLOOK teams up with public personalities who share their vision to give back to the community through fashion. This year is no different. To address the needs of children living in poverty via the organisation HOPE worldwide Malaysia, Poplook and Malaysian actress, Sari Yanti will be launching a special capsule collection.


In a private tete-a-tete with the brand last August, Sari Yanti discussed motherhood; the joys, challenges, and everything in between. The discussion brought everyone inevitably to the impact of rising costs on already underprivileged families.

“As a mother, I understand the desire I have to give my children the best of everything but I have seen how rising costs have affected our spending decisions. I can only imagine how hard it must be for families already struggling to make ends meet. I am excited to be part of this initiative to make a difference in what small way I can in the lives of children in need,” says Sari Yanti about her decision to collaborate.

“We’re excited to have Sari Yanti join us in our 5th cycle of the Poplook Gives Back Collection. In our daily lives, we tend to get caught up in ourselves and our needs. These initiatives help us see a little more into the lives of others, reflect on our blessings, and give back to those in need. We’ve been able to donate to some very worthwhile charities through these collections. Whoever said fashion and giving back cannot co-exist?” says Maryanne, co-CEO of Poplook.


The collection itself is a combination of Sari Yanti’s personal style and with the theme hope in mind. To symbolise hope, the design team selected the classic pearl. “Why the pearl? Just like an oyster that creates something valuable with what is essentially irritants; through this collection, we want to create a brighter future for children in challenging circumstances,” explains Poplook’s fashion designer, Nik Amanina Liyana.  Eight out of the 10 pieces in the collection will feature the pearl prominently.

The 10-piece collection will feature soft blouses, trousers, and even weighted knits in earthy, soft tones. The specially curated collection also includes a floral pantsuit in a structured fabric specially requested by the actress.

The collection is limited edition and will not be reproduced once sold out. Poplook pledges 25% of total sales to HOPE worldwide Malaysia to support children in need. The POPLOOK Gives Back initiative aims to continue supporting charities and initiatives that focus on the needs of women and children.


“Our customers are the reason Poplook exists in the way we do today, and since they are women, and mostly mothers, we want to focus on organisations that work on issues concerning them. It is our tribute to the amazing women, our customers, who keep us going every day,” says, Maryanne

Customers may log on to Poplook website to find out more on the fabulous fashion collections that dedicated to this charitable cause. 25% of the sales profit shall be channelled to HOPE worldwide Malaysia's community programs that help the children from low-income families.

For more event photos, check them out on our Facebook page by clicking into: POPLOOK Gives Back 2019

Do you like our story? You can be a part of our crusade in helping the underprivileged by clicking HERE to make a donation.

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Saturday, January 19, 2019

Bahrain APG School Students brought new year joy to 36 low-income families

19 January 2019, Bahrain APG School Students Home Visit to Sentul Community

With great anticipation, every year since 2016, the Bahrain APG Students with their CAS (Creativity, Action & Service) Initiatives, the students will come to Centre of HOPE worldwide KL to spend a day to do volunteer works. This year we brought the student to visit 36 of our beneficial families of the Food Distribution Program, bringing groceries and as well New Year joy to these families.








Besides Malaysia, the students travelled to different countries, reaching out to different NGOs to do volunteer works. Thumbs up to these students and we wish to see you all again next year!

Special thanks to World Express Tours Malaysia for the arrangements and coordination in providing transport to ferry the students and as well during the Home Visit Program.

For more event photos, check them out on our Facebook page by clicking: Bahrain APG Students Home Visit 2019

Do you like our story? You can be a part of our crusade in helping the underprivileged by clicking HERE to make a donation.

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Monday, December 3, 2018

Blind by Sight but Not Vision in Life - Invitation to a Motivational Talk by Lim Tien Hong


About Lim Tien Hong

By his own words, "I have never considered myself a Blind Man."

With that in mind, Lim has never limited his ability to achieve things in life. He is determined and motivated to learn and grow in his paths of life.

Lim lost his eye-sight due to damaged optical nerves as a result of an accident at the age of ten. Because of that, he missed 2 years of school. Then, he moved to Penang alone and started his schooling again. He learnt Braille and went on till his PhD despite his lecturer making him drop a module due to his blindness. He never lost his vision despite the loss of his sight, to borrow the words of Helen Keller.

Lim is currently pursuing his PhD. in Development Economics in University of Malaya (UM), which is due for completion in mid-2019. He did his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Economics at UM too.  Among the many academic achievement awards he has received:

  • Being on the Dean’s List – 2006
  • Best Blind Student Academic Achievement Award, by Malaysian Association of Blind (MAB) – 2008 & 2013.

 Lim Tien Hong's working experiences:

  • He has tutored a cohort of undergraduates in the subjects of Microeconomics & Macroeconomics at UM. Besides conducting seminars, he independently planned assignments and lessons for 14 week programmes. He also served as the editor of the Wawasan magazine – a print and digital magazine. At present, he is working as a marketing administrator.         
  • Since his university days to the present, he has been actively involved in advocacy and social work. In his capacity as the Secretary of Human Capital Development of Society for the Blind Malaysia (SBM), he has organised a variety of events including motivational and leadership camps as well as skills improvement courses. He also ran a blog (jpmisbm.blogspot.com) which provided a database of job opportunities to help visually-impaired job seekers. Lim has represented the blind community in meetings with the government and other stakeholders. Most notably, he represented SBM on the Implementation Technical Committee of the Ministry of Human Resources’ ‘One Percent of Jobs for People with Special Needs’ programme. In addition, as a Certified Professional Coach, he has carried out coaching for clients to help them achieve their intended goals.
  • As a presenter at an international conference called ‘Disability Studies: Heading in the right(s) direction?’ organised by University Malaysia Sarawak, Lim gave a talk on job placement services for people with blindness and visual impairment in Malaysia.                                                                               
  • As a volunteer tutor he has; among others taught PhD and Master’s candidates database preparation and analysis using SPSS.
  • Volunteer Auditor, Public Transport in Kuala Lumpur, Lim carried out safety and worthiness checks on MRT stations and the shuttle bus services with officials from Ministry of Transport, JKR, DBKL, MRT Corp and the National Disability Council.                                  

As the list goes on, Lim has so much invaluable life experiences to share with us. Hence Lim is coming to deliver his talk on 08 December 2018 at Centre of HOPE worldwide in Boulevard Sentul Raya. His life stories are truly an aspiration to many and towards the community, we are helping. We want to learn from him how did he manage to stay focused, self-motivated and managed to overcome all challenges and rise above the circumstances. There will be a Q&A session for Lim to engage with the audience on that day too!

Don't miss this golden opportunity to learn from Lim Tien Hong! Entry is Free and all are invited! We shall see you on 08 December, 3pm! For more info, please contact us at 03-4050 2541 or email to: caesarteh@hopeww.org.my

Check out some of the photos about Lim as a speaker and presenter in various events:






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Saturday, December 1, 2018

BSI Group Bringing Holiday Cheers to Children

01 December 2018, MY Reading Program with BSI Group Volunteers

Thanks to the volunteers from BSI Group who spent their weekend to be with our children in MY Reading Program, sharing the moment of excitements as school holiday have just started. The volunteers and children had so much fun learning together during the Reading Program where the kids get to discuss about their hometowns and their plans for holidays include inviting their friends for a stay in their hometown.









By the end of the Reading Program, the children enjoyed a KFC treat from BSI Group volunteers



The children also brought home a Stationery Set each presented by BSI Group volunteers:



Thanks to all volunteers from BSI Group for your dedication and your thoughtfulness by reaching out to our kids in the Reading Program. And we look forward to the next working opportunity!

For more event photos, check them out on our Facebook page by clicking: MY Reading Program with BSI Group Volunteers

Do you like our story? You can be a part of our crusade in helping the underprivileged by clicking HERE to make a donation.



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