COMMUNITY PARTNERS

SPB believes in giving back to the community and we do this by supporting projects that have a powerful, positive impact on society as a whole as well as those who are in need.

WOMEN’S AID ORGANISATION

The Women’s Aid Organisation (WAO) was established in 1982 as Malaysia’s first shelter for women and children who are affected by domestic violence. WAO also provides counselling and crisis support to survivors. Learning from women and children’s experiences, WAO advocates to improve public policies, reform response systems and shift public attitudes.

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ROSE FOUNDATION

Program ROSE is a collaboration between the University of Malaya in Malaysia and the VCS Foundation in Australia. Program ROSE which stands for Removing Obstacles from Cervical Screening is a new women-centered innovation in cervical cancer screening in Malaysia. The program was specifically designed for Malaysian women taking into consideration local needs and challenges, prioritizing the under-served population.

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TEACH FOR MALAYSIA

Teach for Malaysia (TFM) is a not-for-profit organization on a mission to empower our nation through education. We are in a two-year partnership with TFM starting 2018 in support of a Fellow committed to helping students discover their passion for learning and excellence.

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SELAYANG MULIA LOW COST – TUITION CENTRE

Selayang Mulia Low Cost (SMLC), a project developed by SPB was completed in 2008. It comprises of two blocks of 744 units of residences and 44 units of shops. In the last two years, SPB has committed to a sponsorship of utility fees, registration fees, examination workshops, and stationeries as well as Hari Raya celebration with students, parents, and teachers.

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SELAYANG MULIA LOW COST – KINDERGARTEN

Following the success of the tuition centers, we set up a kindergarten for the education of young children between the age of 5- and 6-years old living in Selayang Mulia Low Cost. One unit in Block A was renovated and transformed into a bright and cheerful space for this purpose.

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PERSATUAN DIALISIS
KURNIA PETALING JAYA

Persatuan Dialisis Kurnia Petaling Jaya (PDK) is a non-governmental organization that supports the increasing number of final stage renal failure patients. It provides dialysis treatment and counselling to patients. In 2018, SPB assisted PDK with the purchase of two automatic dialyzer reprocessors which are due for replacement.

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YWCA VOCATIONAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITY CENTRE

The YWCA Vocational Training Opportunity Centre (YWCA VTOC) is a project of the YWCA Kuala Lumpur which has started since 1998. The centre has trained more than 1,500 young women from underprivileged backgrounds and empowered them not only with vocational skills but also awareness surrounding important issues affecting their lives. In 2018, we sponsored five trainees from the Culinary and Bakery course. This one-year course which has been offered since 2004 aims to give trainees a foundation for entry into the hospitality industry.

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MALAYSIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION

Established in 1968, the Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA) was set up to provide support and services for individuals recovering from mental illness and their caregivers. Their core services include psychosocial rehabilitation, public education, caregiver support, and education, advocacy forbetter mental health services and a residential facility called D’Light Home.

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For enquiries, please contact Vivian Yap, Philanthropy & Partnerships

[email protected]

For enquiries, please contact Vivian Yap, Philanthropy & Partnerships

[email protected]