YOSH MyFundAction aggressively fosters youth, organises volunteer activities to help the public

By Aida Aziz

YOSH is not only active in channeling aid to the underprivileged, but also emphasizing the aspect of strengthening the role of youth in community activities.

That is the struggle and objective implemented by the non-profit organization, MyFundAction all this time which targets youth for every volunteer activity, not only in Malaysia but internationally.

According to the Youth of Strength and Happiness (YOSH) North Branch Manager, Maisarah Mohamad Jedin, the organization often collaborates with universities and colleges to make various volunteer programs a success.

“Our mission is actually to develop the youth, with one of the ways through the volunteer program.

“YOSH, which is also under MyFundAction, also emphasizes the educational aspect through study projects and free tuition. And the volunteering aspects such as caring and delivering donations to target groups in need, at home and abroad,” she said.

She said this to reporters at the Soup Kitchen Program organized by MyFundAction Perak at Yayasan Amanah An-Nur Maisarah, Chemor here today.

Also present, was YOSH Social Project Academic Manager, Nur Aisyah Aida Jaafar.

She added that the Soup Kitchen program is not just about giving food to groups in need, but it also generates awareness and empathy among the community.

At the program, a total of 47 YOSH MyFundAction volunteers from Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP), Seri Iskandar were involved in the activity.

They consist of elementary students who are exposed to community activities.

In addition, more than 40 orphans at Yayasan Amanah An-Nur Maisarah were cheered up with various interesting activities organized by the NGO.

“We sent food supplies to the orphanage, and did various interactive activities with the children during the visit.

“Among the activities organized are donating food to orphans, getting to know each other and many more.

“This program is very beneficial to produce students who are not only experts in the academic field but ‘well rounded’,” she said.

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