In light of the MCO and all the challenges that our current climate is posing, Epic has taken the difficult but necessary decision to postpone the campaign.
Malaysian Women Unite is an initiative by Extraordinary People Impacting Communities (Epic), in collaboration with the Ministry of Women, Family & Community Development (KPWKM). We celebrate women’s empowerment by uniting Malaysian women to do extraordinary things.
From 14 February to 31 May 2020, we are rallying Malaysian women from all walks of life to support a community of 17 Orang Asli families in Sungai Kelubi, Rawang by giving them the gift of homes.
Learn more about the Sungai Kelubi community here.
#MalaysianWomenUnite Kick-off Build
Malaysian Women Unite! 💪🏼👷🏻.With the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development, we have launched our campaign on 1 March 2020 with the successful build of a home, by our very first all-women team! In conjunction with International Women's Day, we would like to take this opportunity to unite women from all walks of life in Malaysia to continue building for a better Malaysia. It all begins with nurturing healthy family units who will contribute towards a healthy society. 💁🏼♀️.Join us in fundraising RM850,000 to build 17 homes for the Orang Asli families in Kampung Sungai Kelubi in Rawang. You can donate or lead your very own fundraising campaigns to support us! 💝.Head over to www.malaysianwomenunite.org for more information on how to get involved..🎥: C27#MalaysianWomenUnite #IWD2020#InternationalWomensDayPosted by EPIC on Monday, March 9, 2020
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How you can participate
Whether it’s a donation or an investment of your time, every bit helps. All funds will be channeled to Epic Homes, our beneficiary and build partner.
Get to know the community
Kampung Sungai Kelubi stands in the district of Hulu Selangor since the 1960s and houses up to 56 Orang Asli families. A huge majority of the villagers are of the Temuan tribe, which is enterprising and charged with energy in nature. This local community has been cultivating crops and livestock in addition to operating small businesses to make a living. With a spirit to thrive towards a better future for their community, the village is focusing to tackle day-to-day challenges, such as better access to water and sanitation, as well as proper access routes.
Learn more about the community here.
In collaboration with
Lim May Jian
Women at work
Watch the wonder women in action at #malaysianwomenunite.