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About Campaignends 31 Jul 2017, 11:59 PM
Over the years, 4PM initiated various youth outreach activities and mentoring programmes targeted at the less academically-inclined students. To date, over 1,000 underperforming ITE students, who were on the verge of dropping out, have benefitted from these programmes and encouraged to stay in school. The Remaja Resilien (R2) programme has impacted over 3,000 youths through positive youth-oriented activities such as music and arts gigs, sports and camp voyage. In addition, over 20,000 ITE students have greatly benefited from 4PM's Public Education Talks, developmental activities and mentoring. Through the Ramadan on Wheels (ROW) outreach programme, 4PM has engaged over 6,000 volunteers, and more than 2,000 individuals from low-income families, regardless of race and religion, have greatly benefited through this programme.
We appeal for your kind support and generosity. All donations are needed and appreciated, regardless of size. We are certain that your contribution will have a positive impact to the underprivileged group, comprising the low-income families, the vulnerable seniors and youths-at-risk.
About the Charity
In 1948, the Persatuan Persuratan Pemuda Pemudi Melayu (abbreviated as 4PM) or Malay Youth Literary Association was established with a core mission to maximise youth potential for the benefit of the community.
From its humble beginnings as a small group of passionate individuals providing educational support by offering tuitions to children and cultural activities for youths in kampungs, 4PM has transformed into an organisation that focuses on uplifting the educational status of the community and investing in the young- moulding and shaping the lives of youth as well as supporting the community's social and welfare needs.
Since its inception, 4PM stays true to its mission, "Unite & Serve", rallying individuals in a spirit of cooperation, united with a common purpose for the betterment of the community.