myBenefits: Private Initiatives

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Assistance extended to Malaysians in need

Employment: Komuniti Tukang Jahit Malaysia

Our solution is targeted towards helping the development of women in general and women of the household. Women who are situated at home with responsibilities, but wishes to earn a side income for the family.


Healthcare: 3-D Printed Prosthetics for Free

Prosthetics are essential to ­anyone who has lost a limb but the price often places it out of the reach of many. The network of 3D printer ­owners willing to pitch in for the project now spans the country, with some in Kuala Lumpur, Negri Sembilan, Johor Baru, Terengganu, and Sabah.

Instead of just being gifted the limb, the child and his or her community would have to make a symbolic payment by collecting 3kg of plastic, or about 200 plastic bottles. 

if you know someone who needs a prosthetic limb or wants to donate to the project, visit or reach out to Sujana at

Healthcare April 23, 2018 

Prosthetics Changing lives with printed prosthetics
Companies and owners of 3D printers pitch in to make prosthetics for free for those who need it most – especially kids. Read more >

Assistance: Listing of Charities, NGOs and Non-profit organisations

Here you will find listings and organised links to various types of private initiatives by charities, NGOs and non-profit organisations. Read more >

Healthcare: Pertubuhan Medifund Subsidised Dialysis

Patients are charged RM60 per visit, as compared to RM150 to RM200 at private hospitals. 

Healthcare: Star Foundation Medical Fund Programme (Individuals only)

The Medical Fund provides a one-off financial aid for medical treatment to eligible underprivileged individuals suffering from chronic illnesses.

Dignity for Children Foundation (DCF)

Education Programmes:

Dignity for Children Foundation operates 3 main education programmes:

1.    Early Childhood Education Programme (ECEP)

2.    Primary Education Programme (PEP)

3.    Secondary Education Programme (SEP)


Training Programmmes:

It does not matter how many pencils, papers, books, curriculum, facilities or technology you place in front of a child; learning, inspiration, and transformation is not possible without the commitment of a devoted and well trained teacher.

At Dignity, we believe that the role of a teacher is not to simply transfer knowledge, butto encourage, inspire, facilitate and guide children through the process of learning. That is the reason why we take the training of teachers seriously.

In order for teachers to be equipped, they need to be trained in more than just basic curriculum areas. Training in the art of pedagogy and life-skills, with special emphasis on the needs of children affected by poverty, is an essential core to the development of well-rounded, productive teachers.

This training takes an enormous amount of effort, time and commitment from both the trainers and the trainees. However, its importance can never be understated as, the effects of a teacher, whether good or bad, last a lifetime.



CSR April 25, 2018 

Education PPR tenants offered a rent-to-own deal
Berjaya Cares Foundation and Dignity for Children Foundation (DCF) today officially launched a social transformation enterprise known as “Eat X Dignity”, a platform that trains underprivileged youths and children in employable and entrepreneurial skills in the food and beverage industry.  Read more >

Healthcare: Subsidised Dialysis Treatment @ NKF

NKF lowered its dialysis treatment fees for non-sponsored patients from RM100.00 to RM90.00 per treatment with effect from 1 April 2015. Successful applicants will need to pay RM90.00 per dialysis treatment on admission; subsequently, NKF will help eligible patients to apply for the Ministry of Health (MOH) subsidy of RM50.00 per dialysis treatment.    Therefore in NKF, eligible patients pay only RM40.00 for each dialysis treatment, where RM50.00 is subsidised by MOH, and the remaining RM70.00 is subsidised by NKF via its fundraising efforts. The average cost for each dialysis treatment at NKF is RM160.00. 

Healthcare August 22, 2017 

Financial Aid New financial initiative to assist poor end-stage renal failure kidney patients 

The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) today launched a financial initiative meant to assist poor end-stage renal failure kidney patients who wish to perform peritoneal dialysis treatment as the alternative renal replacement therapy. 

On the financial aid, he said the amount will depend on the patient's financial status as assessed by the NKF Welfare Department.

"The financial subsidy will be provided for one year and each patient will be reviewed at the end of one year for renewal of the subsidy. The potential candidate can download a form on NKF's website and which an assessment will be made. Read more >


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Better Malaysia Foundation (“BMF”)

TSVT is presently working with a non-governmental organization to set up community learning centres in several parts of Malaysia to offer free education and soft skills training, with an emphasis on the English language, to underprivileged communities. 

Besides providing financial aid to health-related causes such as treatment of diseases like kidney ailments, cancer and AIDS, TSVT has also set up a free acupuncture centre serving the underprivileged community and is funding two haemodialysis centres to subsidize poor kidney patients.  Read more > 

Berjaya Cares Foundation

supporting educational programmes and initiatives for underprivileged children and youth, outreach programmes for poor communities, providing aid to health-related causes, conserving and protecting the environment, supporting Malaysian performing arts and culture, animal-related causes, promoting staff well-being and providing international humanitarian aid.

Berjaya Cares Foundation and Dignity for Children Foundation (DCF) today officially launched a social transformation enterprise known as “Eat X Dignity”, a platform that trains underprivileged youths and children in employable and entrepreneurial skills in the food and beverage industry.​ Read more >

Healthcare: Star Foundation Wheelchair Programme

Provide wheelchair to individuals who are in need of a wheelchair for a member of their family or their dependents. Individual’s monthly household income is of less than RM 3000.