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2007 TSF Updated Data -Activities

Since incorporation, the Foundation had paid out a total of RM 2.65 million, in form of donations to charitable organizations, relief funds, study awards to first degree university students and educational grants to primary and secondary school pupils.
The first donations were made in 1979 when the late Tun Datuk Haji Sardon as the TYT Yang Di-Pertua Negeri Pulau Pinang personally presented donation to 12 organisations. Since then till todate, in connection with the Foundation's celebration of TYT's birthday, the Foundation had given out donations totalling RM 1,500,000 to at present 40 charitable organisations including Handicapped Children, Lam Wah Ee Hospital, Mount Miriam Hospital, The Penang Homes for the Infirm and Aged, Persatuan Kebajikan Anak-Anak Yatim Islam Pulau Pinang, Ramakrishna Asrama, Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Sepastik, Rumah Orang-Orang Tua Jubilee Perak and special donations.

·  Donations totaling RM 1.5 million to over 40 various charitable organisations, including the Lam Wah Ee Hospital, Mount Miriam Hospital, The Penang Homes for the Infirm and Aged, Persatuan Kebajikan Anak-Anak Yatim Islam Pulau Pinang, Ramakrishna Asrama, Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Sepastik, the Rumah Orang-Orang Tua Jubilee Perak and including our special donations.

·   1988    - a special donation of RM 60,000 to the Ferry Disaster Relief Fund.
·   1992    - a special donation of RM   8,000 to the TAR College Building Fund.
·   2000    - a special donation of RM 10,000 to the TYT Fire Disaster Relief Fund.
·   3/2005 - a special donation of RM 10,000 to the TYT Tsunami Disaster Relief Fund.
·   9/2005 - a special donation of RM   5,000 to the BM High School Scholarship Fund.
· 1/2007 - a special donation of RM 20,000 to the National Johore Flood victims Fund

·   Since 1991 Study Awards totaling about RM 450,000 to 50 deserving students pursuing first university degree courses.  We are pleased to inform that since then more than 35 university students have graduated.

·   Educational Grants totaling about RM 700,000 to about 14,000 poor and needy primary and secondary school students from about 350 schools including those from Balik Pulau, Teluk Bahang, Kuala Muda, Simpang Empat, Kubang Semang, Kepala Batas, Sungei Bakap and Jawi

List of activities undertaken by the Foundation since its establishment.

1. Charitable Organizations - Donation
i. Handicapped Children's Centre
ii. Lam Wah Ee Hospital
iii. Mount Miriam Hospital
iv. The Penang Home For The Infirm And Aged
v. Persatuan Kebajikan Anak-anak Yatim Islam Pulau Pinang
vi. Ramakrishna
vii. Persatuan Kanak-kanak Spastik
viii. Rumah Orang-orang Tua Jubliee Perak
ix. Befrienders Penang
x. Che Hoon Khor Moral Uplifting Society
xi. Women's Crisis Centre
xii. Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-kanak Terencat Akal
xiii. Persatuan Bekas Perajurit Pulau Pinang
xiv. PEMADAM
xv. Persatuan Pemulihan Orang-orang Cacat Pulau Pinang
xvi. Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Malaysia (PERKIM)
xvii. Rumah Amal Cheshire
xviii. Majlis Pusat Kebajikan Semanjung Malaysia, Caw. Pulau Pinang
xix. Sekolah Kanak-kanak Terencat Akal
xx. St. Joseph Orphange
xxi. St. Nicholas Home For The Blind
xxii. The Salvation Army Boys Home
xxiii. The World Red Swastika Society
xxiv. Lembaga Kebajikan Perempuan Islam-Malaysia
xxv. Persatuan Penyelamat Kelemasan Malaysia
xxvi. Malaysian Association For The Prevention of Tuberculosis, Penang
xxvii. The Kiwanis Club of George Town, Penang
xxviii. Lembaga Kebajikan Perempuan Islam-Perhubungan Negeri Pulau Pinang
xxix. MAA-MEDICARE Kidney Charity Fund
xxx. The Mental Health Association
2. Study Awards
i. To First Degree University Students
3. Educational Grants
i. To Primary and Secondary Schools in Penang State
4. Special Donations
i. Ferry Disaster Relief Fund
ii. TAR College Building Fund
iii. Fire Disaster Relief Fund
iv. 3/2005 - a special donation of RM 10,000 to the TYT Tsunami Disaster Relief Fund.
v. 9/2005 - a special donation of RM   5,000 to the BM High School Scholarship Fund.
vI. 1/2007 - a special donation of RM 20,000 to the National Johore Flood victims Fund