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Study Grant Scheme

Volunteers presented certificates to the students to acknowledge their hard work. [Photograph by Ng Hock Thai]

On October 21, 2018, Tzu Chi Malacca held three sessions of Tzu Chi Study & Awards Scheme presentation ceremony at the Malacca Tzu-Chi Jing Si Hall. A total of 851 primary, secondary and tertiary students benefitted from the Scheme, where each of them received study aid ranging from RM300 to RM800, and a festive pack. Also, on that same day, beneficiaries of the Happy Schooling Scheme received a festive pack each, in conjunction with the upcoming Deepavali celebration.

The relationship between Vishalini and her mother, Saraswathy, has improved after a near death experience. [Photograph by Lim Chin Shein]

Seventeen-year-old Vishalini a/p Chandra shared the true meaning of filial piety with the students and parents at the Happy Schooling Scheme Presentation Ceremony.

Through his involvement in voluntary service, Wong Jum Tong gradually gained his confidence in interacting with others. [Photograph by Lee Kin Chee]

He used to be a shy teenager, who always stayed at home and had a limited social life. As time passed, he developed social anxiety. Thanks to the Tzu Chi Study Grant & Awards Scheme, he was asked to involve himself in voluntary service. With love and care from volunteers, he managed to overcome his psychological barriers and break through his self-imposed limitations to serve.

Zunaida’s four children attended Tzu Chi Study Grant & Awards Presentation Ceremony on November 5, 2017, and were all presented with Academic Progress Awards. [Photograph by Ng Hai Ming]

While an unexpected misfortune forced the young children to grow from their carefree world to cope with the agony in life, human warmth has walked them through the darkness into light.

Tzu Chi KL & Selangor held Happy Schooling Scheme Presentation Ceremonies to help needy students cope with their school fees in the new school year. [Photograph by Low Mai Yin]

In view of the fact that some students were forced to quit school due to financial difficulties, Tzu Chi KL & Selangor launched the Happy Schooling Scheme to provide needy students with financial aid, so that they could complete their studies successfully and contribute to society when they grow up.

Shameta received the Diligence Award from a volunteer. [Photograph by Lim Chin Shein]

On the Happy Schooling Scheme Presentation Ceremony held at Tzu Chi Taman Seraya Community Centre, Shameta a/p Mathavan Thevar, a recipient of the Diligence Award, expressed her heartfelt gratitude to Tzu Chi for the financial aid and long-lasting companionship. Thanks to the love from society, she gets to enjoy her study life.

Shanmugam (right) received the Academic Progress Award and held up his award during the Tzu Chi Study & Awards Scheme presentation ceremony. [Photograph by Tan Yen Pack]

Being a well-behaved and thoughtful boy, Shanmugam would return home immediately after school to help his mum with household chores, clean his grandfather’s wounds, and reduce the burden for his uncle. His family is the centre of his life, and they have high hopes for him. Though this means that Shanmugam would not have much time for his friends or entertainment, he is willing to make that sacrifice.

This year, Tzu Chi Malacca approved the applications of 1,050 needy students from Malacca for the Tzu Chi Study & Awards Scheme after due assessments. [Photograph by Ng Hai Ming]

On November 5, 2017, Tzu Chi Malacca held two sessions of Tzu Chi Study & Awards Scheme presentation ceremony. This year, a total of 1,050 primary and secondary school students from Malacca were approved for the Scheme, which aims to not only provide financial assistance to needy students, but also to nurture their character.

Daarvin was happy to receive the Deepavali gift pack for his family. [Photograph by Hong Geok Hui]

With bright smiles on their faces, the children did not mind carrying the heavy gift packs because each of them was filled with love from Tzu Chi to the less fortunate families so that they too could celebrate the upcoming Deepavali with festive joy.

The Happy Schooling Scheme has benefitted many needy students. Principal Lee Koon Lek of SJK(C) Paya Mengkuang plans to promote the spirit of the Bamboo Bank Era to evoke love within the students. Picture shows him presenting a bamboo bank to Teh Xuan Hong. [Photograph by Yong Siew Lee]

Every year, Tzu Chi volunteers would personally visit Principals of remote rural schools one by one to propose to them Tzu Chi’s Happy Schooling Scheme. In July 2017, based on the demands of some schools, Tzu Chi provided computers, printers, books and school attires to the needy students.

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