We invite Malaysians once again, to make a difference in the lives of underprivileged children in conjunction with the upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri festivities. For every litre of fuel pumped on 22, 23 and 24 June 2017 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday) at any Shell station nationwide, Shell will donate 1 sen (RM0.01) towards a fund to be channeled to the following five selected charitable organisations:


Organisation Focus Areas
BOLD Association for Children with Special Needs (Penang)

BOLD is a non-profit community-based organization, constantly running and seeking new pathways to do outreach, spread awareness and advocate for Children with Special Needs’s rights to better services and education.

“Here at BOLD Association, we truly believe that every child should have the opportunity to develop to his or her full potential.  Children with special needs are no exception to that. In fact, they require more support so they can be empowered to lead a life of their own in the community and we’re doing everything we can to help them.”

Kelab Balkis (Kelantan)

A non-profit organisation that provides accommodation, education and guidance for the orphans and poor children. The organisation also helps to rehabilitate troubled teenagers. 

“Children of today can be leaders of tomorrow. This is the reason we at Kelab Balkis, strive to empower the poor and orphan children to be in charge of their own future. With the right guidance and values instilled, many of these children will stand a chance to live a better life.”

MyKasih Foundation (Kuala Lumpur & Sabah)

A charity organisation that aims to help underprivileged Malaysians through food aid, education and training programmes.

“Many young people are robbed of opportunities to unleash their potential when their livelihoods are challenged. Through these aids, we hope that they feel cared for by the society and continue their pursuit towards a better future.”

Pertubuhan Perkhidmatan Intervensi Awal (Johor Bahru)

An NGO that trains children and youths with intellectual disabilities and provide opportunities for them, to develop to their full potential within their disabilities.

“PPIA hopes to change the lives of children and youths with intellectual challenges through education and training, which will help them to progress in life. They perceive the world differently and we want to show them the possibilities of being a part of the society beyond the differences in their abilities.”

Yayasan Kemajuan Insan Sarawak (Sarawak)

An organisation that helps students from low income families by providing them with accommodation and other facilities to continue their education up to tertiary level.

“Education is perhaps the most significant asset to the future.  This is exactly why YAKIN’s main focus is to help children from poor families to pursue their education further and stand a chance to transform their lives for the better. Many of these young Malaysians have very high aspirations and the right attitude to be successful and we wish to make their dreams come true.”

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