HANKidz Celebrates its 10th Anniversary of Cultivating Leadership Skills for Children in Asia

In conjunction with its 10th anniversary, HANKidz has launched an ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative in collaboration with Yayasan Chow Kit. The program, SEPU10H was initiated to support one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDG) which promotes quality education, especially for underprivileged children all over the globe. The celebration was held at The Platform, Menara Ken, TTDI and was attended by more than 300 guests including the Guest of Honor, Yang Berhormat (YB) Nurul Izzah.

The CSR program aims to fundraise RM100,000 to be donated to Yayasan Chow Kit, a non- profit organization that provides 24-hour crisis and drop-in center providing meals, activities, therapy, case management, and educational programs for at-risk children and teenagers. 10 beneficiaries from Yayasan Chow Kit will receive education funds for 6 years. During the celebration, HANKidz also introduced Malaysia’s first Children NFT Art Exhibition which intends to raise funds and spread awareness about creating art pieces that will generate exclusivity and tremendous value in the digital landscape.

“SEPU10H CSR program is the first step to ensuring every child has the opportunities to get educated, grow and live up to their true potential. It is essential to creating a better future for our kids. I am hoping that all of us are able to join hands to support the SEPU10H program”. Expressed Mr. Hank, Founder of HANKidz.

HANKidz has nurtured more than 60,000 children across Asia with the necessary skills especially in leadership development, the core quality of future leaders. HANKidz offers various education/training modules that emphasize identity and character building which include leadership academy, leadership preschools, leadership partnering, public speaking workshops, lifestyle hub, and teens’ program.

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