Caring Day 12th Anniversary Let's Recycle Books Sales

Let's Recycle

Love Malaysia

Recycle for Education and Charity Campaign

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As apart from organizing major events, charity dinners and charity sale for our fund raising, the Association has been actively engaged in recycling for charity since 1992. We will therefore want to play a pro-active role in an area that we are experienced at. On one hand we will be able to raise funds for our community projects and on the other help clean the environment and reduce wastage by recycling activities. It's a win-win situation.

Why not recycle aluminum tin cans for charity?

What we are looking for?

We appeal to the members of the caring society to compliment us with the following items:
  • Papers:
    Any form of used/ old paper materials- Newspaper, magazines, books, computer papers etc.  

  • Metal:
    Aluminium tin cans, metal scraps etc.  

  • Old Clothing:
    still wearable

Bring out those bell-bottoms and polyester shirts from your closet, it's time for charity!

who should get involve? Who are our target groups?

All organizations and individuals can participate in this recycling program. Our target group will include:

  • Private/ Public Companies

  • Government Departments

  • Colleges/ Universities/ Schools

  • Associations/ Clubs/ Societies

  • Banks/ Finance Co./ Insurance Co.

  • Private Residents etc.

How will contributors participate?

  • All interested contributors will have to contact the Association or joint organizers by providing their particulars for the recycling program. The Association will take the responsibility to collect the recyclable items from the premises once a week/ month depending on the recycle load.

  • The Association will also undertake to record all contributors. Our objective is to award the outstanding contributors with certificate of welfare merit endorsed by the supporting government welfare body.

Who are the beneficiaries?

The funds raised through the recycling activities will be contributed towards welfare homes, underprivileged children, disabled people, and abandoned senior citizens as welfare fund as well as to finance the establishment of our coming projects that will be benefiting the less fortunate ones.

XPM member sorting out the recyclable material

Current Collection Schedule all around Malaysia

11 a.m. - 5 p.m.


9 a.m. - 2 p.m.


16th JULY 2000 (TUESDAY)
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.


PLAZA IBM, Tmn. Tun Dr. Ismail
23rd JULY 2000 (TUESDAY)
5 p.m. - 9 p.m.


more coming up in


 We aim to inspire the public to be environmentally friendly while helping the country reduce imports on all types of papers worth RM 1.7 billion yearly especially in this economic slowdown.

Stack up those newspaper high and steady, donate them to us you'll be helping the needy

During uncertain economic times, most welfare homes had suffered a lot from the shortage of financial contributions. Both the corporate sector and individual contributors has cut-down on their budgets. We believe that our method of raising funds from recycling activities will be able to supplement and support our selfless services. We therefore urge members of the caring society to support our Love Malaysia, Recycle for Community Service Campaign. By contributing waste papers, metal scraps, old clothing and etc. we will be able to continuously support the needy on social and welfare aid requirement.

As part of our on-going effort to make this an international charity event, we sincerely welcome suggestions from anyone interested to help us in this, regardless of nationality, race or even religion. You may be able to help not only needy people in Malaysia, but your generosity in any form will definitely benefit people in other countries especially in Asia.

 Last updated - 23rd June 2000

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Please send your suggestions to:

Xim Phou Moon Welfare Society
E-MAIL: xim@tm.net.my  FAX#: 603-9074 8325
TEL#: 603-9074 8009 / 603-9074 0739 / 603-9075 4643


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