KIWANIS MALAYSIAGovernor Teh Cheng Lian District Convention 2013 Believe It! Our Children – Their Future Connect, Inspire, Advocate
The Facts Number of Clubs - 59 + 2 Number of Divisions - 9 Membership - 1577 Number of Youth Clubs - 39 Youth Membership - 1200 Number of Centres operated by Clubs - 23
Our Goals 2012-2013 Membership Growth – 10% Net increase From 1577 to 1735 members by Sept 30 an increase of 158 members. As present the total new members stand at 144 KC Jenjarom has said that it will close…
Our Goals 2012-2013 • New Club Building – 3 new Clubs Kiwanis Club of Mutiara Pulau Pinang Kiwanis Club of Langkap (Sept) (KCCJ) Kiwanis Club of One-Perak ( Sept) (KCTI) • To date only 1 club has been formed – The Kiwanis Club of Mutiara Pulau Pinang, which has been added into Division 9
Our Goals 2012-2013 • Kiwanis International Foundation • To donate USD6 per member towards KIF • To date 28 clubs have paid towards KIF • Eliminate/MNT Global Project • To date Pledges total USD714,000 Payment to KIF USD 287000
Lead Donors • Tan Sri Tee Hock Seng of Bina Puri Holdings donated RM100,000 • Tan Sri Dato Seri Vincent Tan of Berjaya Cares Foundation donated RM320,000
Service Leadership Program • To encourage clubs’ participation in SLP 1st SLP Convention on 27thApril 2013 • Total – 40 Youth Clubs • 11 – K-Kids Clubs • 2 – Builders Clubs • 14 – Key Clubs – + 2 new Key clubs • 7 – Circle K Clubs • 4 – Aktion Clubs –
Service Leadership Program 3 SLP Camps: • Kiwanis Club of Bandaraya Ipoh sponsored 28 youths in the Camp Gen Y at Tapah in Nov 2012; • Kiwanis Club of Teluk Intan sponsored 45 youths: the Aktion Club of Bethany Home; Circle Kyers of Help University; Key Clubbers of Sri Garden Int School and San Min Suwa in the Handicamp at Lumut Outward Bound School in Nov 2012; and • Kiwanis Club of Kuala Lumpur had its 15th Kiwanis Youth Camp of 65 Key Clubbers at Benum Hill Resort, Pahang in Dec 12
1 KEY LEADER Camp by Kiwanis Club of Johor Baru sponsored by Marrybrown Sdn Bhd for 50 key clubbers and other youths. Potential key clubs on the way. Key Leader Camp at Kota Rainforest, Johor
YCPO • To encourage Clubs to have YCPO projects at District Level: • 100 kindergarten children were sponsored to a day trip to Petronas Science Centre – Nov 2012 • Participants Sponsored by ECCE Council : • Twinkle Star Kindergarten of KC Cheras and • KDSF - Klang Centre
YCPO Sunway Lagoon - 850 children sponsored to “Beauty and the Beast” Stage show at the Amphitheatre in Sunway Lagoon – 31st Dec 12 448 children sponsored to Sunway Lagoon Themepark Party – 19th Jan 2013 17 clubs participated + Donation of RM500 from a well-wisher
YCPO SUNWAY LAGOON Jan 19th, 2013
YCPO At Club Level: • Most clubs hold parties for children during the festivities of Malaysia: • Deepavali; Christmas; Chinese New Year; Hari Raya; Mid Autumn Festival etc.
Training & Education Compulsory for LGs & Presidents & Secretaries to attend Training and Education organized by District 2013-2014 LG Education – 1st-2nd June 2013 2013-2014 Presidents & Secretaries – July 13 undertaken by Governor Elect- Simpson Tan
Kiwanis Milestones Education Fund – From the allocation of RM54,000 of the balance of the Energizer donation, this fund will be used solely as a matching grant for clubs on education. With CSR we hope have donations from Corporates and the Public.
Kiwanis Milestones • Education is the key to a breakthrough in life. And every child should be given the chance to Education. • Chair of Education Fund: • Gov Elect Simpson Tan
Kiwanis Milestones • Emergency Relief Fund • This Fund has been set up for quick response to Emergency Relief in cash or kind to be dispatched to affected regions • Surplus of RM43,000 parked in the Emergency Fund & Gov Elect Simpson Tan – appointed Chair • The BOT proposes a yearly amount of RM365.00 per club towards this fund; to build up the Relief Fund for further usage. • If there is a specific cause, clubs can send in an additional amount on top of the yearly amount.
Kiwanis Milestones • Kiwanis Malaysia donated USD 3,000 to the Kiwanis South Philippines Emergency of Typhoon Pablo for refurbishment school furniture of the affected schools.
Lahad Datu • Div 7 had undertaken the Lahad Datu Project • Help was given to 3 kampungs
KIWANIS MILESTONES • 23 Permanent Centres which focus on the needs of children through Education • 9 Down Syndrome Centres that provide EIP for DS children below 6 years of age; • 4 Centres for children with Learning Disabilities; • 3 Job Training Centres; • 5 Day Care Centres; • 1 Kindergarten and • 1 Neuro Rehabilitation Centre
Kiwanis Keynotes Top Priority on Clubs’ performance on membership and retention; Revival of non active clubs through seed members’ participation; Strong focus on SLP in all clubs
Kiwanis Keynotes Instill a sense of pride, quality and responsibility to all members Recognition of top Member/Club/Division in Membership recruitment To share our Kiwanis Experience
MY KIWANIS EXPERIENCE Kiwanis is not my whole life; BUT It has made my life whole.
谢谢 Terima kasih