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 among them, one winner will be awarded the coveted Gamuda Inspiration Award.
Star Golden Hearts Award 2020 has come to a close. For the list of winners, click here.

*All nominations are reviewed by the Award committee for eligibility and the Judges’ decision is final.

18 November 2020
PETALING JAYA: For businessman Lai Chong Haur, nothing feels more heartening than seeing disabled teenagers learn to provide for themselves through skill learning.“All they need are opportunities and patience, ” said the 50-year-old, who is the brains behind Seven Tea One, a venture that employs and trains differently abled teenagers and the marginalised to earn an income in a non-discriminative work environment.
18 November 2020
Paralysed researcher all for urban farming to feed the poor and help the disabledPETALING JAYA: A tragic accident five years ago left Dr Billy Tang paralysed below the waist but it did not break him.
18 November 2020
PETALING JAYA: With the Covid-19 pandemic forcing the people to embrace the new normal, Star Golden Hearts Award (SGHA) 2020 is also seeing a departure from the norm.Following the enforcement of the conditional movement control order, there will be no official ceremony to give away the awards to the top 10 winners.
3 October 2020
PETALING JAYA: The surge in the number, creativity and quality of nominees, even amid the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic, has resulted in judges having a hard time settling on winners for the sixth Star Golden Hearts Award (SGHA).
31 August 2020
PETALING JAYA: Six years ago, Manao Alan Wah found out that many Orang Asli in Negri Sembilan villages were able to drive cars and ride motorcycles but they did not have valid licences.
27 August 2020
PETALING JAYA: Ophthalmologist Dr Valarmathy Vaiyavari is one among scores of Malaysians who lead by example, preferring to let her good deeds do all the talking.
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