Change For Good : How Malaysian Changemakers went from an Idea to Creating Social Change

Change for Good is the “TED” of innovative ideas for social good. Malaysia’s challenges — in education, the environment, for children — are too big for the same old approaches. This month, learn how leaders of effective social initiatives got started.

Have you ever been inspired and had an idea to solve a social problem but weren’t sure how to go about doing it? Listen to our panel of speakers talk about their journey as founders of NGOs and social initiatives and learn about how they went from from being inspired to creating social change.

There’s a great line-up of speakers who have founded inspiring organizations, including:

  • Edmund Bon: UndiMsia

  • Susie Devaki: Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Kajang Selangor

  • Steven Chow: ESDA – Pusat Perkhidmatan Komuniti Taiping

  • Yih-Ling Pow: RE:ED Project

  • Edmond Yap: Edunation

Hosted by the Hong Leong Foundation, Change for Good aims to expand our minds around addressing social challenges by looking at innovative approaches and models organisations are using to solve complex challenges. Change for Good is organised in partnership with Tandemic and Do Something Good.

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