Dignity For Children
 
 

YTL believes that as a community we are interdependent; that all members of a community play a part in ensuring a healthy, happy and a well adjusted society. This is why the foundation embarks on various initiatives to extend a helping hand to members of the community.

The Foundation believes that a sound education for the future generation will reduce crime and other negative aspects that hinder the well-being of a society. The foundation will, in its future plans continue to serve the community through various measures that make a difference.

Buy a Gift Warm a Heart Christmas Campaign

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” -
Mother Teresa

YTL Foundation organised an event to bring Christmas cheer to the students of the Dignity For Children Foundation. Selected staff of the YTL group of companies bought for selected children school bags and other schooling supplies.

The gifts were presented to the students by Datin Kathleen Chew in a ceremony at the Dignity for Children Foundation.”I have never received a gift in my life as giving gifts is not part of my culture,” explains Naywin who comes from Myanmar.

The students who were mostly from poor families expressed gratitude and joy towards their gifts.

Empower a Child Programme

He who opens a school door, closes a prison

~ ‘Victor Hugo’

Dignity for Children Foundation believes that a holistic education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty. Their ‘Empower a Child Programme’ is aimed at raising funds so that every child in the foundation can receive the best, and empower them to lead a respectable and full life.

YTL Foundation organised a fundraising drive within the organisation for the ‘Empower a Child Programme’. The initiative collected a total of RM 120,317.55

The love, kindness and sense of camaraderie shown by YTL staff has given hope and encouragement to the children of the foundation.

RECENT CAMPAIGNS

GRANT A GIFT

EMPOWER A CHILD

He who opens a school door, closes a prison

‘Victor Hugo’