Thursday, October 23, 2008

TSM Charity Golf (TSMCG) Raya Do

TSMCG founder members Dato' Mustapha Buang (right) and Tn Hj Hashim Harun (middle), taking a breather

TSMCG Founder & Patron, Tan Sri Muhyiddin with TSMCG advisor Tan Sri Shamsuddin of Sapura (left) and other guests

Guests enjoying the raya spread

TSMCG member, Tn Hj Sulaiman (in baju melayu) with firm supporter En Azizul Kallahan (standing) and guest En Zainal

Kama taking Qs from the Press, with TSMCG executive Eida (left, in blue) looking on

Entertaining orphans from Rumah Anak-anak Yatim dan Ibu Tunggal Kg Medan

It's duit raya time! Puan Sri Noraini doing the honours, flanked by Tan Sri (right) and TSMCG GM, Tn Syed Muhd Zahid.

A queue worth joining.... orphans getting in line for bersalam & duit raya from the Founder.

TSMCG member Tn Hj Jamil (right) with guests

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Charity Golf (TSMCG), a non-profit NGO that raises funds for charity by way of corporate & individual sponsorship of golf and related events, held its first Hari Raya open house this evening (Wednesday 22nd October 2008) at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club, Bukit Kiara.

Some 300 guests attended the function. They included political figures, donors and supporters of TSMCG's various charitable undertakings, as well as orphans and single mothers from Rumah Anak Yatim dan Ibu Tunggal Kampung Medan. Petaling Jaya.

TSMCG was founded by Cabinet Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin five years ago, mainly to assist financially strapped tertiary students studying abroad. It has since progressed to providing help and assistance to the underprivileged and the needy, especially children, single mothers and the ederly, as well as to disaster victims here and abroad.

TSMCG has a select membership of 22, comprising industry leaders, corporate figures, professionals and politicians, all of whom share a passion for golf, who use golf as a platform to raise money for the organisation's various charity projects.

TSNCG recently embarked on a new project - to set up a dialysis centre offering free or minimal fee treatment for needy kidney patients in Klang Valley. It is now in the process of raising funds to turn this dream into reality.

[We organise charity games abroad twice yearly as part of our fund-raising programmes. Last year we went to Auckland and Surabaya, the year before to Gold Coast and Jakarta. This year it was to have been Sydney and Bandung but Sydney had to be cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control (read PRU and its messy aftermath). The Bandung trip is still on, in December 2008].


Kak Teh said...

puteri,, pix 5, the one standing up - in batik. I know him.
So, you've been busy, eh? I pun dah tak terupdate blog - too many things that I might be tempted to do scrapblogging again to destress!

Kama At-Tarawis said...

Kak Teh - Azizul? Orang kampung you tu..orang Kedah. Baik orangnya, soft spoken dan bersantun.

Kak Teh said...

ish kama - dia tu kan classmate I. In fact, remember your friend that I met at a London hotel? and then I found your blog? It was all quite a coincidence - dia tu kan sister in law azizul.
Ya - we called him Jijut.
Jijut, if you are reading this, I have not been receiving raya cards from you for the past few years. But cant blame you, cos I dont send any.

Anonymous said...

Komen Pak Malim, kucing ray yg alim.

Anak kucing pergi ke pekan
Sambil membawa si ikan bilis
Saya di sini lama tak makan
Harap diundang, hadir ke majlis

Kama At-Tarawis said...

hehehe kak teh - macam mana I buleh lupa. indeed he is ana's sister-in-law. He's a good friend of ours, btw.

wahai pak malim kucing ray yg alim
malam tu ada nampak sedara ray
dibelakang tiang, tengah 'spray'
tu yg kama berat nak jemput
takut ray loqlaq, kama yg semput!

Kama At-Tarawis said...

oooppss.. ana's brother-in-law..silap gender pulak