COMMUNITY CARE - Archive 2020

7-Eleven Community Care is a non-profit entity set up to implement 7-Eleven Malaysia’s corporate social responsibility and philanthropic initiatives.

7-Eleven Malaysia Empowers Young Adults With Special Needs

Date: 11th December 2020
Venue: Persatuan STAND

The largest 24-hour standalone convenience store operator, 7-Eleven Malaysia, in collaboration with its partner NGOhub, has taken the initiative to contribute baking equipment such as blender and food processor to a social enterprise, Stand Pie Me that makes and sells fresh pies where most of their employees are young adults with autism.

7-Eleven Malaysia Brings Joy To Less Fortunate Kids In Conjunction With World Children’s Day

Date: 19th November 2020
Venue: Pertubuhan Kebajikan Lindungan Ikhlas Kuala Lumpur

In collaboration with its partner NGOhub and X-Promosi, 7-Eleven Malaysia has donated over 4,000 limited edition Pokémon Poke Plates 2.0 to more than 40 orphanages and child care centres in conjunction with the World Children’s Day celebration today.

Among the recipients are Pertubuhan Kebajikan Lindungan Ikhlas Kuala Lumpur, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Umum Malaysia, Monfort Boys Town, RMHC House Charities, Persatuan Rumah Sayangan, Rumah Tititan Kasih, Desa Amal Jireh and Yayasan Chow Kit, among others.

7-Eleven Donates RM60k Worth of Essential Food Items To MINDEF

Date: 12th November 2020
Venue: Ministry of Defence

7-Eleven Malaysia, the country’s largest standalone convenience store chain has once again demonstrated its brand commitment of being Always There For You through a corporate social responsibility program organised and coordinated alongside the Armed Forces Football Club (AFFC) in contributing essential food items and groceries worth RM60,000 to the Ministry of Defence Malaysia (MINDEF) in support of the ministry’s front-liner efforts in combating the spread of COVID-19 and keeping the community safe.

Empowering Single Mothers And Underprivileged Women

Date: 23rd October 2020
Venue: Plaza Berjaya, Kuala Lumpur

In collaboration with NGOhub, 7-Eleven Malaysia has taken the initiative to contribute to a non-profit social enterprise, UmieAktif which works with economically challenged women in areas such as Chow Kit, Kampung Melayu Ampang, Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu. The contribution of sewing machines aims to provide single mothers and underprivileged women with the opportunity to make a living through sewing using recycled materials and fabric, and also how to market their products.

Sowing Seeds For A Community Garden

Date: 18th September 2020
Venue: Pangsapuri Mutiara Magna, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.

7-Eleven Malaysia alongside with NGOHub, has taken the initiative to contribute to the edible community garden in Pangsapuri Mutiara Magna, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur. This community care initiative aims to provide residents in the low-cost flats with the opportunity to grow edible plants and provide fresh produce to vulnerable group in the community. The contribution includes polybags, soil and various vegetable seedlings such as brinjal, Brazilian spinach, broccoli and mustard greens, among others.

Spreading The Joy Of Reading To Underprivileged Children

Date: 21st August 2020
Venue: Raudhatul Nurr Jannah

In collaboration with NGOhub, 7-Eleven Malaysia has taken the initiative to donate educational books to selected charitable organisations and orphanages which aims to promote the reading habits among underprivileged children. Different types of books were donated which include fiction, non-fiction, poetry and storybooks. Among the recipients are Raudhatul Nurr Jannah, Yayasan Anak-Anak Yatim Pinggir Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Pusat Jagaan Kanak-Kanak Wilayah Persekutuan, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Mary, Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera, and Pertubuhan Rumah Anak Yatim Berkat Kasih (House of Love), among others.

Keeping Children Safe And Protected As Schools Reopen

Date: 16th July 2020
Venue: Rumah Kasih (Kasih Home)

In collaboration with NGOhub, 7-Eleven Malaysia has taken the initiative to contribute reusable face masks and stationery sets to selected charitable organizations and orphanages following the reopening of schools nationwide in phases. Among the recipients are Rumah Kasih (Kasih Home), Pertubuhan Kebajikan Asnaf Raudhatul Jannah, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Asnaf Al Barakh, Pertubuhan Kebajikan Ukhuwah Anak Yatim Miskin Daerah Sabak Bernam and Rumah Pengasih Warga Prihatin, among others.

Protecting our Defence Forces

Date: 13th July 2020
Venue: Ministry of Defence

Fulfilling its brand commitment of being Always There For You, 7-Eleven Malaysia, the number one standalone convenience store chain in the country contributed disposable face masks and hand sanitizers worth RM40,000 to the Ministry of Defence Malaysia (MINDEF) in support of the ministry's efforts in combating the COVID-19 outbreak.

7-Eleven Helps To Ease The Burden Of The Visually Impaired

Date: 26th June 2020
Venue: Persatuan Orang-Orang Cacat Penglihatan Islam Malaysia

7-Eleven Malaysia alongside with NGOHub has reached out to the visually impaired communities by distributing food items such as rice, cooking oil, canned sardines, bread, instant noodles, coffee, tea and condensed milk to name a few to Persatuan Orang-Orang Cacat Penglihatan Islam Malaysia (PERTIS) and other selected charitable organisations of the blind that are located in the most affected areas to help ease their burden during this challenging period.

7-Eleven Further Empowers Women's NGOs During Pandemic

Date: 22nd May 2020
Venue: Plaza Berjaya

7-Eleven Malaysia, in collaboration with its startup NGOhub, has taken the initiative to offer help and support to selected women’s non-governmental organisations by sponsoring Android Tablets that would assist them to start an online business and ensure the continuity of their businesses through online platforms.

The recipients were Women of Will, Persatuan Ibu Tunggal Shah Alam (PITSA) and Persatuan Suri Rumah Rahmah, among others. Most of them are single mothers, widows, abandoned or abused women and women with incapacitated spouse living in poverty.

7-Eleven Shares Ramadan Joy With Less Fortunate Community

Date: 30th April 2020
Venue: Plaza Berjaya, Jalan Imbi

This Ramadan, 7-Eleven Malaysia, collaborated with its startup NGOHub alongside with Majlis Belia Malaysia (MBM) distributed Iftar food items to help alleviate the burden faced by charitable homes, especially during these challenging times.

As part of its corporate values, 7-Eleven has taken the initiative to help out with food supplies in the form of kurma or dates, dairy products, snacks and biscuits for Rumah Kasih Harmoni Paya Jaras, Rumah Titian Kaseh and Pertubuhan Kebajikan Ehsan Ash-Shakur (PEKEAS) to mitigate the financial impact of the pandemic on at-risk underprivileged communities.

A sample of exemplary goodness in a time of need

Date: 29th April 2020
Venue: Putrajaya

In a meaningful gesture showcasing its brand commitment of being Always There For You, 7-Eleven Malaysia, along with its partner, Lucence, a precision oncology company, donated 2,000 SAFER-Sample™ kits, saliva sample collection kits for coronavirus detection, worth more than RM260,000, to the Ministry of Health Malaysia in support of the country's efforts in combating the current COVID-19 outbreak.

The kit is an important part of scaling diagnostic testing, which is crucial in the process of accurately identifying infected patients who can then be isolated or treated to break the chain of transmission of COVID-19.

Answering the less-fortunate call for help

Date: 20th March 2020
Venue: Pusat Jagaan Sri Mesra

7-Eleven Malaysia recently carried out its latest CSR initiative in collaboration with its start-up, NGOHub by answering the call for assistance from a group of independent shelters impacted by the on-going pandemic nationwide.

Team 7-Eleven Malaysia arranged for the distribution of hand sanitizers, multivitamin supplements, antibacterial household cleaning products as well as provided guidance pamphlets on hygiene and staying healthy during these challenging times to charitable homes for the elderly such as Pusat Jagaan Sri Mesra, Aiyide Old Folks Home, Tong Sim Senior Citizens Care, Persatuan Kebajikan Rumah Victory and Pusat Jagaan Warga Emas Husna Arrashid among others to alleviate the potential impact of the pandemic.

Free dental screening for the underprivileged

Date: 21st February 2020
Venue: SOLS Academy Innovation

7-Eleven Malaysia recently conducted its latest CSR initiative by arranging for a free dental screening and oral hygiene workshop to underprivileged youths in collaboration with its start-up, NGOHub at SOLS Academy Innovation.

The activity started off with an educational insight on dental health and oral health awareness by Klinik Pergigian Kepong followed by dental screening for the students. They were also briefed on the usage and benefits of oral healthcare products to maintain good oral health and were treated with a scrumptious meal and distributed goodie bags filled with oral healthcare products.

The SOLS Academy of Innovation ( is a free, 12-month education and boarding program designed to provide a one-of-a-kind educational opportunity to young, especially those of the urban poor, rural and indigenous communities. The one-year program is holistic, focusing on both soft and hard skills, while providing not only practical training but also internship and employment opportunities.

Joyful Beginnings with 7-Eleven Malaysia

Date: 17th January 2020
Venue: Joy Garden Old Folks Home

In the spirit of festive celebrations, 7-Eleven Malaysia alongside NGOHub organized a Chinese New Year celebration with a group of senior citizens from Joy Garden Old Folks Home.

The joyous occasion began with the traditional practice of tossing "Yee Sang" as a symbolic gesture to welcome good fortune and an auspicious start to the year. The residents were then treated with a sumptuous Chinese New Year lunch consisting of delectable Chinese dishes which included braised noodles, fried rice, curry fish and many more. To complete the activity, the volunteers distributed red packets and goodie bags contains snacks and beverage as a symbol of prosperity and wealth to the residents.

Joy Garden Old Folks is one of the non-profit charitable organizations under House of Joy that administers shelter and care to a group of underprivileged people from various walks of life, including neglected elderly folks, the mentally ill and wheelchair-bound. The home currently cares for over 43 residents with the help of caretakers in Semenyih.

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