MARY KAY'S PINK CHANGING LIVES CSR INITIATIVES

2019 The Star Newspaper-in-Education Sponsorship

Mary Kay sponsored The Star’s Newspaper-in-Education programme with the aim to make learning English fun and to propel our children’s English language literacy to a greater height. The STAR NiE pull-out is an interactive way for children to learn, interact and enjoy the wide selection of activities and language exercises. Schools that benefited from this programme: 

1.SK Sek 6, Kota Damansara 
2.SK Sek 9, Kota Damansara 
3.SK Sek 7, Kota Damansara 
4.SK Sek11, Kota Damansara


2019 The Star newspaper in education sponsorship




2019 National Autism Society Of Malaysia (NASOM) Sponsorship

INSPIRING STAR

Mary Kay is proud to sponsor the 'Inspiring Star‘ program. ‘Inspiring Star’ is a charity program organized to raise funds for the purpose help with operating costs at NASOM Center. In addition, this program can also provide an opportunity to Autism children and other participants to highlight talent and improve social skills among them. Through this program also, the NASOM expects awareness and acceptance. The community of people with this autism will be more widespread. This is because they are should be given the opportunity to be together in mixed groups of people giving them space to do social activities like recreation and so on.







2019 Suriana Welfare Pal Center Sponsorship

Mary Kay is proud to sponsor the Play and Learn center (PAL) Suriana Welfare by donating RM 20,000 to refurbish the center. PAL Center is a venue that creates a safe place for underprivileged children after school as many of their mothers are holding more than two jobs and are not home to supervise these children. The center operates from Mon-Sat from 2pm to 7pm. Toys, games and plays are carefully selected to teach children between ages 5-13 years old vital skills as well as to target specific areas of development. Here, the children learn how to communicate with one another, develop friendship thus leading to a sense of belonging. Most importantly, they are in a safe, healthy environment and are involved in wholesome activities.