YKN via Alliance Islamic

Ipoh, Malaysia
  • $3,200

  • raised of

    $3,200

  • with

    0

    days to go

This Campaign has been fully funded by employees of Alliance Bank and Alliance Islamic Bank

This Campaign has been fully funded by employees of Alliance Bank and Alliance Islamic Bank

Campaign Partner

Yayasan Kebajikan Negara, Malaysia (YKN) is a charitable fund under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Women, Family and Community Development. YKN was incorporated on 5th December 1981

Beneficiary Details

59 year old Paralysed man from Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
Suffered severe damage to his legs leading to paralysis.
Has a 46 year old wife and 14 year old son.
Monthly income of RM 500 ($120) to RM 800 ($190).
Wants to become self sufficient through his small retail business and take care of the very basic and minimum needs of the family.

About Liew Piang Tshoong

Liew Piang Tshoong is a 59 year old paralyzed man from Ipoh, Perak. He suffered severe damage to his legs leading to paralysis because of Polio.

– The paralysis affected both his legs severely.
– Liew Piang has a 46 year old wife and a 14 year old son.
– As a disabled worker, he tries his best by running a small retail business of selling biscuits, groceries along-with recyclable items at the morning market.
– Liew Piang manages to earn only RM 500 – RM 800 per month.
– Liew Piang is trying to make a living by enhancing his small retail business to take care of the very basic and minimum needs of his family.
– He dreams to become self sufficient through his retail business so that he doesn’t have to become a burden upon others around him.

Story

So far Liew Piang has been managing the business by himself using a tricycle to support the movement of goods to the morning market.
He wants to expand his business so that he can cater to a wider range of clients.

His monthly expenses for his children’s basic needs and education costs around RM1,300.00 per month at a bare minimum which is more than what he is currently earning. Donations to this campaign will help ease this burden for him and a goodwill investment in the future of a young child. 

Because of a lack of funds, he is finding it very tough to enhance his business as his tricycle motorcycle is in a really bad condition that is to a large extent is beyond repair. He is trying his best to do more to get more customers and make sure the existing customers come back for more business. Unfortunately, he is restricted by his minimal equipment and resources which hinders his aim to sell more.

He is a man with a strong sense of determination who doesn’t want to bow down in the face of difficulties. Despite facing so many hardships, he continues to run his small business and keep his head raised high.

The Solution

Liew Piang hopes that after all the struggle he is putting in daily, he can provide his children a chance at education without having to worry about poverty and daily expenses. As a father, he is trying his best to support and meet all the necessary costs so that his children can focus on their studies.

Through your donation, Liew Piang will have the opportunity to expand his small retail business and take care of the basic needs of his family.

The donations will be used to cover the business expenses instead of his having to use his daily income. He will be able to use his daily expenses to take care of his children and family instead. The donations will also help Liew Piang get a new tricycle motorcycle so that he can deliver the goods easily from one place to another and also meeting personally with his clients can help establish a good rapport with them. 

Donors
Alliance Islamic Bank $3,200
  • 22-10-2018

    Campaign Started

    This Campaign has been fully funded by employees of Alliance Bank and Alliance Islamic Bank

    This Campaign has been fully funded by employees of Alliance Bank and Alliance Islamic Bank

    Campaign Partner

    Yayasan Kebajikan Negara, Malaysia (YKN) is a charitable fund under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Women, Family and Community Development. YKN was incorporated on 5th December 1981

    Beneficiary Details

    59 year old Paralysed man from Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
    Suffered severe damage to his legs leading to paralysis.
    Has a 46 year old wife and 14 year old son.
    Monthly income of RM 500 ($120) to RM 800 ($190).
    Wants to become self sufficient through his small retail business and take care of the very basic and minimum needs of the family.

    About Liew Piang Tshoong

    Liew Piang Tshoong is a 59 year old paralyzed man from Ipoh, Perak. He suffered severe damage to his legs leading to paralysis because of Polio.

    – The paralysis affected both his legs severely.
    – Liew Piang has a 46 year old wife and a 14 year old son.
    – As a disabled worker, he tries his best by running a small retail business of selling biscuits, groceries along-with recyclable items at the morning market.
    – Liew Piang manages to earn only RM 500 – RM 800 per month.
    – Liew Piang is trying to make a living by enhancing his small retail business to take care of the very basic and minimum needs of his family.
    – He dreams to become self sufficient through his retail business so that he doesn’t have to become a burden upon others around him.

    Story

    So far Liew Piang has been managing the business by himself using a tricycle to support the movement of goods to the morning market.
    He wants to expand his business so that he can cater to a wider range of clients.

    His monthly expenses for his children’s basic needs and education costs around RM1,300.00 per month at a bare minimum which is more than what he is currently earning. Donations to this campaign will help ease this burden for him and a goodwill investment in the future of a young child. 

    Because of a lack of funds, he is finding it very tough to enhance his business as his tricycle motorcycle is in a really bad condition that is to a large extent is beyond repair. He is trying his best to do more to get more customers and make sure the existing customers come back for more business. Unfortunately, he is restricted by his minimal equipment and resources which hinders his aim to sell more.

    He is a man with a strong sense of determination who doesn’t want to bow down in the face of difficulties. Despite facing so many hardships, he continues to run his small business and keep his head raised high.

    The Solution

    Liew Piang hopes that after all the struggle he is putting in daily, he can provide his children a chance at education without having to worry about poverty and daily expenses. As a father, he is trying his best to support and meet all the necessary costs so that his children can focus on their studies.

    Through your donation, Liew Piang will have the opportunity to expand his small retail business and take care of the basic needs of his family.

    The donations will be used to cover the business expenses instead of his having to use his daily income. He will be able to use his daily expenses to take care of his children and family instead. The donations will also help Liew Piang get a new tricycle motorcycle so that he can deliver the goods easily from one place to another and also meeting personally with his clients can help establish a good rapport with them.