ChildAid Asia KL: 2017 Magical Concert by Youth for Youth | KL PAC

ChildAid Asia KL: 2017 Magical Concert by Youth for Youth | KL PAC

Amazing concert by the talented local and international youths to raise funds for underprivileged children. ChildAid Asia KL held this concert at Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac).

A Magical Journey for Children at ChildAid Asia KL Fundraising Concert

ChildAid Asia KL Concert was featured with 100 young participants, 70% of them were local children. This concert was held to provide the talented underprivileged children with an education in the performing arts.

ChildAid Asia KL

The purpose of this event is not only to let the young minds to work and learn together but also bringing the sense of togetherness and friendship.

ChildAid Asia KL

14 Years old beatbox music player, Lau Jay Earn, started to love music when he was at the age of 3 but he discovered his passion on beatboxing. At the age of 8, he started to love beatboxing, and later on, he pursued wholeheartedly since then.

ChildAid Asia KL

The concert is attended by guest-of-honour Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun, Chairman of Malaysian Chinese Culture and Arts consultative council and blossom arts festival.
Governor of Kiwanis Malaysia Mr Vincent Lim and Dr Mario De Castilo in coming Governor of Kiwanis Malaysia.
The President of Kiwanis Club Damansara, Siaw Wei Tang, and the co-founder of ChildAid Asia Malaysia, Ralph Lim.

ChildAid Asia KL

The youngest in a group, Bennett Soo and Michelle Lam portraying Beauty and The Beast.

ChildAid Asia KL

Child Aid Asia managed to raise RM 70,000 of which RM10,000 of the proceeds will be presented to POBP Day Spring Selangor and RM10,000 to Matu Social Organization (MSO) to help them in their daily living. Not forgetting Child Aid Asia will receive RM 50,000, said Siaw Wei Tang, President of Kiwanis Club Damansara.

ChildAid Asia KL

About ChildAid Asia Kuala Lumpur

It all began in 2005 when a small group of people from Singapore, Malaysia, and Japan met for a good cause. They were keen to assist children from underprivileged backgrounds to get an opportunity for exposure to the arts. The idea was to assist needy youth by providing them relevant training and education in the field.

A movement named ChildAid Asia was born, starting in Singapore in 2005 where the first fundraising concert was held. ChildAid Singapore has since grown to become a major event supported by a number of huge corporate sponsors.

In Tokyo, the first fundraising ChildAid Asia concert was held in 2011, and like Singapore has grown in terms of recognition and support enjoyed.

Malaysia was the third country to start—in 2013—with the first ChildAid Asia fundraising concert organized by The Smile Team, a non-profit volunteer organization, together with Dato’ Faridah Merican and Joe Hasham of The Actors Studio.

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  • Thanks for sharing this successful story. Glad to see this concert managed to raise money for a good cause. Good job!

  • Kylie Wenn

    I personally enjoy the concert so much! This is really a great initiative for the children to continue learning music! Love it!

  • 719 Shan

    I like this kind of event for kids

  • Emily Lowe

    what a delightful initiate to help marginalised children. They are our future and should be invested upon.