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In selecting projects that merit such financial support, the Board of Trustees and Working Committee are guided at all times by the following Guiding Principles which are aligned to the Trust Deed:

  • Long term, sustainable and visible deliveries to the community.
  • Enhancement of the Bank’s standing in the community.
  • Focus on high impacts activities.
  • Opportunities for the staff and the stake holders’ involvement.

Between the years of 2008 till 2015, SCF programmatic activities have contributed:

  • RM 1,856, 392 to Positive Living related beneficiaries.
  • RM 2, 481, 177 to Aid For Visually-Impaired Community projects
  • RM 521,495 to Youth, Health & Education theme.

Listed below are beneficiaries from sustainability initiatives organised by SCF.

2008
  • Standard Chartered Paediatric AIDS Fund
  • Seeing is Believing – Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Project
2009
  • Standard Chartered Paediatric AIDS Fund
  • Rumah NurSalam
  • Rumah Solehah
  • Rumah Wake
  • Persatuan Dyslexia Malaysia
  • Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Istimewa Kajang
  • Seeing is Believing - Braille & Audio Books
2010
  • Standard Chartered Paediatric AIDS Fund
  • Rumah NurSalam
  • Rumah Solehah
  • Rumah Wake
2011
  • Standard Chartered Paediatric AIDS Fund
  • Rumah NurSalam
  • Rumah Solehah
  • Rumah Wake
  • Seeing is Believing - Braille & Audio Books
  • Pusat Jagaan Kanak-Kanak Sri Eden
2012
  • Standard Chartered Paediatric AIDS Fund
  • Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital Klang
  • PERKATA Sarawak
  • CADS Enhancement Centre
  • Promise Home
  • Lovely Disable Home
2013
  • Standard Chartered Paediatric AIDS Fund
  • Ministry of Health (Standard Chartered Foundation Cataract Lens Project)
2014
  • Penang Hospice Society
  • Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Convent Bukit Nanas
  • Ministry of Health (Standard Chartered Foundation Cataract Lens Project)
2015
  • Standard Chartered Flood Relief 2015 – Keeping Hopes Afloat (SMK Pulau Tawar)
  • Wings Melaka
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Jalan Datuk Palembang
  • Pusat Jagaan Kanak-kanak Down Syndrome and Hyperactive
  • Pusat Kebajikan Kanak-kanak kurang upaya Subang Jaya (P3KU)
  • Pusat kanak-kanak Yatim & Miskin Nur Hidayah
  • National Autism Society of Malaysia
  • Autism Awareness Day 2015 (Collaboration with UKM & Permata Kurnia)
  • Sanctuary Care Centre
  • Ministry of Health (Standard Chartered Foundation Cataract Lens Project)
2016
  • Ministry of Health (Standard Chartered Foundation Cataract Lens Project)
  • Rumah Anak Yatim Al- Khair
  • Pusat Kebajikan Kanak-kanak kurang upaya Subang Jaya (P3KU)
  • Sekolah Menengah Pendidikan Khas Cacat Penglihatan (SMPK) Setapak
  • Permata Kurnia
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