Star Golden Hearts Award is an annual Award by The Star and Yayasan Gamuda that celebrates everyday Malaysians who demonstrate extraordinary commitment to social work and promote unity among Malaysians, whether through explicit means or by virtue of their acts of kindness.
Introduced in 2015, each year we invite Malaysians to nominate exemplary individuals or organisations who are then reviewed by a panel of judges. Of these nominations, ten winners are selected and eligible to be awarded the coveted Gamuda Inspiration Award.
This year, the ten accolades were presented to three Individual winners and seven Organisation winners, who make meaningful impacts to society.

The Star and Yayasan Gamuda awarded a RM249,000 cash award pool to support the good work of the award winners:

  • – Individual winner: RM8,000 each
  • – Organisation winner: RM15,000 each
  • – Gamuda Inspiration Award winner: RM120,000 (one winner)
Visit the award website for more details.
For list of past winners, click here.
12 November 2022
PETALING JAYA: In recognition of their social contribution in making Malaysia a better place for all, three individuals and seven organisations have been named the winners of this year’s Star Golden Hearts Award (SGHA).
18 September 2022
PETALING JAYA: Higher nominations for the Star Golden Hearts Awards (SGHA) this year saw the panel of judges having a tough time selecting the cream of the crop.
31 July 2022
PETALING JAYA: With their grown up children having settled in different states or busy with other commitments, many seniors have no one to turn to for companionship and daily support.
29 July 2022
PETALING JAYA: United Voice has proven that learning disabilities are not a barrier for a person to stand on their own feet and earn a living.
26 July 2022
KLUANG: A charity home here has been hiring underprivileged individuals such as single mothers and people with disabilities to provide them with a source of income to feed their families.Currently, the Johor Handicapped and Disabled Association has 15 workers from low-income families looking after 46 residents with special needs at the home in Jalan Lintang.
24 July 2022
JOHOR BARU: For nearly 20 years, she had been enjoying a comfortable life, but Zaharah Raishan Mohd Yassin decided to leave the corporate world and find fulfilment in helping others.
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