Beginning as our 2017 Inspire Initiative, Malaysia's Rainy Days is a collection of stories that showcases the Malaysian spirit in volunteerism and activism. Ultimately, it aims to raise awareness on those who are underprivileged, as well as highlight issues in Malaysia that still require attention and help from the public.
It's a project that aims to cherish and celebrate the side of Malaysia that is loving, generous and kind.
Catch a glimpse of the realities behind volunteerism and activism through our writers’ lenses to understand why volunteering is multi-faceted in its importance to our society, and a rewarding experience to many.
We are taking order for MRD 2nd edition books at the price of RM 35 per book (excluding postage).
A virtual event on the topic of Malaysian spirit in volunteerism and activism. The goal is to raise awareness on those who are underprivileged and encourage everyone to try volunteering as we have volunteers who will be sharing different perspectives on volunteerism.
In this live session, 3 of the volunteers who have contributed their pieces in Charisma Movement's Malaysia's Rainy Days book will be sharing their very own stories.
Our MRD Family
Meet the amazing team behind this project
Chong Sue Yen
Lim Kai Li
Why "Malaysia's Rainy Days"?
This is a project that aims to cherish and celebrate the side of Malaysia that is loving, generous and kind. The side that will always lend a helping hand, on a rainy day; and hence its title, Malaysia's Rainy Days.
What kind of stories are in Malaysia's Rainy Days?
Personal stories about volunteerism and activism that shed light on current issues in Malaysia.
Who handles Malaysia's Rainy Days? Who writes the stories?
How can I order a Malaysia's Rainy Days book?
Where do the funds go?
All profits from MRD book sales will go towards the execution of our projects, which ultimately benefits underprivileged Malaysians and helps us tackle key issues in our country. We promise no funds will be used for personal gain. Read all about Projek Anak Malaysia, Wildlife Conservation Project and the Inspire Initiative here!