Collection of donation for Star Frontliners Initiative ended on April 25, 2020. All donations received after April 25 will be channeled to Star Foundation’s . Check out the news section below on how funds under Star Frontliners Initiative have helped medical frontliners.

Overview

As custodian of ‘The People’s Paper’ and a citizen watchdog, Star Media Group’s deep involvement and engagement with Malaysians go as far back as 1971 – the year The Star was established. As the organisation grew, so did the realisation that we could do more than report on the needs of vulnerable and marginalised communities.
This led to the establishment of Star Foundation in 2004 – the charitable arm of Star Media Group that raises, receives and administers funds for social causes and research purposes covering areas of education, environment and social welfare for Malaysians.
For us, our responsibility to Malaysians go beyond pure philanthropy. It is the desire to support and deliver sustainable, meaningful and impactful social initiatives so that ultimately, no one is left behind.
1 June 2020
FIVE-year-old Danish Al ‘Aliy Fadzil has congenital heart disease since birth. He requires surgery to close a hole in the heart.
24 April 2020
PETALING JAYA: The “Star Frontliners Initiative” under Star Foundation has eased the government’s burden of obtaining personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontliners fighting the Covid-19 pandemic by delivering the vital gear to hospitals nationwide.
21 April 2020
PETALING JAYA: A total of 300,000 much-needed surgical gloves have reached medical frontliners in Sabah and Sarawak.
19 April 2020
PETALING JAYA: Responding to the government’s clarion call, Star Media Group’s (SMG) “Star Frontliners Initiative” has delivered nine portable ventilators to six hospitals in the country.
15 April 2020
PUTRAJAYA: As more good Samaritans come forward to produce and donate personal protective equipment (PPE) for Covid-19 frontliners, the Health Ministry has offered guidance on what needs to be done.
12 April 2020
PETALING JAYA: Two hospitals in the Klang Valley have received much-needed medical equipment from the Star Media Group’s (SMG) Frontliners Initiative.
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