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 (2022), the ten accolades will be presented to three Individual winners and seven Organisation winners, who make meaningful impacts to society.

The Star and Yayasan Gamuda are awarding a RM144,000 cash award pool to support the good work of the award winners:

  • – Individual winner: RM8,000 each
  • – Organisation winner: RM10,000 each
  • – Gamuda Inspiration Award winner: RM50,000 (at least one winner)
Nomination for Star Golden Hearts Award 2022 has ended. Stay tuned for the winners’ announcement.
Visit the award website for more details and to nominate.
For list of past winners, click here.
18 June 2021
Unsung heroes rise to be of service to people in need during pandemic use one pic each for the three winners.
9 June 2021
ALOR SETAR: Though born without palms and fingers, Muhd Ammar Ikhwan has not let his disability stop him from volunteering to help bury the bodies of Covid-19 victims.
8 June 2021
GEORGE TOWN: She rises before dawn, cooks and sends breakfast to 35 senior citizens of a nursing home, heads back and prepares another 40 portions for lunch to be sent over at noon.
5 May 2021
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is not short of unsung heroes, many of whom willingly and selflessly step forward to help the needy and less fortunate without expecting anything in return, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
22 March 2021
PETALING JAYA: For honouring Malaysian unsung heroes annually, Star Golden Hearts Award (SGHA) has in turn been recognised at the Marketing Excellence Awards 2020 for implementing effective marketing strategies to bring about positive outcomes for society.
25 November 2020
PETALING JAYA: As a Penangnite, Yap Jo Leen wanted more people to see the dusky langurs found on the island’s treetops for what they are – adorable, charismatic and intelligent.
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