Conduct Life & Vocational Skills Training to improve the livelihood of participants
Promote Healthy Lifestyles among youths through Sports & Games
Provide Welfare Programs for Malaysians, Migrants & Refugees
Organize Engagement Programs via Seminars, Forums & Activities
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JCM is a program organized by TV3’s Technical Department. So far this Community Program have reached 36 village communities around Peninsula Malaysia.
MCCF were involved in 34 JCM program locations for the past 4 years. At each location, we donated foodstuff to 100 families who are living below the poverty line.
The distributed foodstuff are Cooking Oil, Rice, Flour, Sugar and Salt. These are funded by donations we received from individuals and companies.
You can fund our programs by donating to MCCF.
At each Jom Cuci Masjid Community Program, there would several activities for Volunteers – Solat Dhuha, Talks on Community Values, spring cleaning of the mosque’s facilities, repainting of mosque fences & walls, cleaning of nearby cemeteries as well as distribution of foodstuff and other donatios. Every location gets TV3’s MHI broadcast coverage – a popular TV morning show.
During the event, there would be about 400 – 700 volunteers and villagers participating.
3 main agendas of JCM Community Outreach Programs are :
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MCCF organizes skills training workshops for youth and women. Our workshops for youth are more about promoting community values, volunteerism, career and security. Workshops for women address Entrepreneurial Skills, Stress Management, Improving Image & Appearance, Business Model Canvas & Taxation.
There are more in the works in the coming months.
MCCF through the Penang State Liaison Office in collaboration with Wisee One Solution represented by the Chairman, Mr. Jeevithan P. Ganasan together with the volunteers took the initiative to organize this program around Penang, Kedah, Perak and Perlis.
We donated basic necessities to more than 500 affected families during the Movement Control Order (MCO) implemented since March 2020. Among others, there were donations of lunch packs, Bubur Lambuk and dates during th e month of Ramadan.
Goods and donations received are from individuals as well as corporate companies. Contributions of food and beverage packs were also given to the authorities on duty throughout the PKP implemented throughout the country.
The MCCF Volunteer Squad joined by SOVOKL, KRT Taman Melewar and Gombak Outdoors went down to Kampung Chegar Medang, Benus, Bentong, Pahang.
This initiative is done to alleviate the burden of the community as well as the community that needs energy assistance in cleaning the houses affected by the mud floods.
From sticky mud to the smallest household appliances that need to be cleaned. MCCF also very much welcomes the help of energy and time of volunteers regardless of race and religion to continue to move the program to other areas on a weekly basis.
Donations of money, household items and cleaning equipment are also very much needed from philanthropists out there for us to continue to help flood victims in need.
MCCF collaborates with other organizations to organize programs with Rohingya community. Among the NGO involves were Artistes Association of Malaysia (SENIMAN), Kasih Tauhid Foundation, Malaysian Consultative Council for Islamic Organisation (MAPIM) and others.
The main purpose is to raise awareness of Malaysians on the sufferings of the Rohingya community through tour and educational programs such as ‘World Solidarity Day 4 Rohingya’ and ‘Back To School’.