• In August 2010, Angeline Lee, a Malaysian medical student in the UK, came up with the idea of founding Charisma Movement.


  • Angeline decided to start the group in the UK. She chose Malaysians as the beneficiaries, as it is her country of origin and had connections with the volunteering organisations there.

  • She pitched her idea to UKECares, and UKECharisma was funded by the United Kingdom and Eire Council for Malaysian Students (UKEC).

  • Angeline’s initial vision was for UKECharisma to be a standalone charity organisation that would help realise ideas of projects pitched by volunteers from the general public. (And now the vision has been realised!)



  • Health project with the Spastic Children's Association of Selangor and Federal Territory (SCASFT)

  • The start of Project KL with SK Seri Setia

  • Conducted motivational camp for students at Jeli upon request from Tok Pa

  • The start of Project INSPIRE Teringai (now Project Anak Malaysia) by Eunice Tan, a collaboration with Rotary Club Kota Kinabalu


  • Project INSPIRE Teringai was expanded to include SK Tumunda



  • Name changed from UKECharisma to Charisma Movement as the organisation became independent 

  • Collaborated with Sea Turtle Research Unit (SEATRU) of Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) to conduct Project Penyu

  • Charisma Movement became a registered organisation under the Registrar of Youth Office (ROY) Malaysia



  • ​Projek Teringai-Tumunda rebranded to Projek Anak Malaysia

  • Collaborated with Turtle Conservation Society (TCS), Rimbun Dahan Turtle Hatchery, EcoCare, and SEATRU UMT for WCP

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