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Looking back at the overwhelming response in our previous e-card fundraising event, we’ve decided to reopen this fundraising event for this upcoming Raya celebration.
In this current situation, it's understandable that we might not be able to celebrate Raya like how we used to. However, don’t worry, we’ve got your back! Surprise your family and friends by sending them a memorable Raya e-card!
There are a few Raya-themed e-card designs available, including premium ones that come with music background.
For every e-card order placed, a minimum donation of RM5 / £1 or RM10 / £2 (for the e-cards with music background) is required.
However, if you buy them in a bundle, you’ll be able to enjoy the “Buy 4 Free 1” offer! You are also welcome to contribute any amount you wish to, in addition to the minimum amount, as a donation to our causes.
Date of Campaign
7th May - 15th May
RM5 / £1 per e-card
(normal - no music background)
RM10 / £2 per e-card
(with music background)
Bundle Set Price - Buy 4 free 1
We will send you a confirmation email once the order has been placed. The e-card will then be sent through your chosen platform.
Malaysia Bank Details:
Kelab Belia Karisma Bandar Sri Damansara
Account No: 564397131347
UK Bank Details:
Account Name: Z Y NG
Sort Code: 20-23-60
Account No: 50379441
Bank Name: Barclays plc
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How the funds will be used?
The fundraised money will be used in the execution of one of our flagship projects, the Wildlife Conservation Project (WCP). WCP is our small effort to raise awareness about the ongoing environmental issues in Malaysia.
One of our focus is on environmental education in the local community, where we will be raising awareness on the topic of environmental conservation efforts among the younger students in the city area.
In this project, we hope to inspire the youths of Malaysia to advocate for our environment and to share our responsibility in preserving and restoring the ecosystem in Malaysia. We vow to disburse the funds as promised. Feel free to read up more about Wildlife Conservation Project here!