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These days many of us are all about getting the latest and greatest games, the biggest toys and the newest and coolest designer clothes. However, countering the growing societal trend of consumerism and materialism, there is a growing trend of giving back.
Published on 21/10/2013
“We might be Malays, Indians or Chinese, but we are all Malaysians. We need each other to make Malaysia a better place to stay. Our lives may be different, but our hopes and dreams are the same.
Published on 17/09/2013
GPF Malaysia’s Midnight Football is building bridges, empowering youth, and giving second chances to teens and their families.
Published on 25/07/2013
AYE 2013 participan
Published on 18/07/2013
It was special and meaningful. I am a Muslim and have not visited any churches before. Now, I believe that peace and understanding can be achieved regardless of our faith.” - Hanna Andari, AYE 2013 Participant, The Star Online
Published on 17/07/2013
Although it is still in its 3rd year, Malaysia’s Midnight Football is a testament to the power of sports. According to the UN Sport for Development and Peace International Working Group, sport has multiple benefits for individuals and communities:
Published on 04/07/2013
Vice President for Strategic Partnerships David Caprara addr
Published on 13/05/2013

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