Find below a list of past grant recipients with current Due Diligence approval from Give2Asia.
eHomemakers is a community network that promotes working from home, teleworking and the running of SOHO businesses through the use of information and communications technology. The e-community promotes self-help, business partnerships and entrepreneurship development for those who want to balance work and home life especially disadvantaged women. eHomemakers' social profit is derived from pro-poor project, Salaam Wnita (SW) focusing on eco-baskets production and service provision to empower women to help themselves. Learn more.
Malaysian AIDS Council
Established in 1992, MAC is a non-profit that is committed to creating an environment free from the negative impact of HIV/AIDS for Malaysia and her peoples, through and with its partner organizations by strengthening, mobilizing and representing them. MAC is involved in the prevention, care, and support of HIV/AIDS services and patients. MAC's activities include advocacy and public policy development, prevention and education programs, outreach programs, training workshops, seminars, and forums, and care and support services. Learn more.
Malaysian Psychiatric Association
The Malaysian Psychiatric Association is a professional body of psychiatrists working to educate the public and de-stigmatize mental illness. Learn more.
National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM)
Founded in 1966, the National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM) works to assist in cancer control and to care for individuals with cancer. NCSM strives to decrease the incidence of cancer in Malaysia by raising public awareness of prevention, screening and early detection of cancer through education; to raise the standard of cancer services in Malaysia by providing advanced facilities in screening, diagnosis and treatment; and to empower individuals with cancer to maintain the highest possible quality of life. Learn more.
National Council of Women’s Organisations (NCWO)
The National Council of Women's Organisations was established in 1964. The mission of the organization is to expedite the sustained advancement of women, to secure legislation supporting women's rights, and to promote the participation of women in all societal sectors and leadership. It also works with many women's shelters to assist them with the rehabilitation of survivors of domestic violence. Learn more.
Native Youth Institute
Established in 1998, Native Youth Institute supports community development for native indigenous communities in rural areas of Sarawak, Malaysia. The Institute fights for indigenous community rights, provides training in the form of workshops and seminars, explores alternative models of development, supports environmental conservation and preservation, and promotes indigenous culture, arts, and tradition. Learn more.
Perstuan Kebajikan HOPE Worldwide Kuala Lumpur
Hope Worlwide is an international non-profit, non-religious organization established throughout the world. It has grown from 3 programs in 1992 to over 150 programs, spanning 6 continents and 100 nations with a focus on 5 areas namely, Children, Education, Health, Senior Citizens and Volunteerism. HOPE worldwide in Malaysia has been in operation since 1996 and is dedicated to help change the lifestyle of needy families and their children, by empowering them with quality healthcare and education aid, through its strong network of volunteers to help the poor and needy. Learn more.
Sabah Medical Association (SAMA)
Sabah Medical Association (SMA) is a non-profit organization of doctors working in the East Malaysian state of Sabah. It has grown in strength since its creation in 1971. Some members have been posted to various places in the state while others have migrated back to Peninsular Malaysia or overseas. The Sanctuary Hope and Support Society is an affiliate of SAMA. Learn more.
The Asia Foundation
The Asia Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization committed to the development of a peaceful, prosperous, just, and open Asia-Pacific region. The Foundation supports programs in Asia that help improve governance, law, and civil society; women's empowerment; economic reform and development; and international relations. Drawing on more than 50 years of experience in Asia, the Foundation collaborates with private and public partners to support leadership and institutional development, exchanges, and policy research. Learn more.
Yayasan Anak Warisan Alam (YAWA)
Yayasan Anak Warisan Alam (YAWA) was founded in 1990 as a nonprofit organization in Malaysia. YAWA is dedicated to empowering young people to care for the environment and building community awareness on environmental issues. YAWA has been recognized in Malaysia and internationally for its youth-focused environmental work and boasts a youth membership of more than 2,000. YAWA conducts its activities through conservation, awareness programs, and environmental education. Learn more.