Project created from
13 APRIL 2016
Project status Execution
0% TO GO
AMOUNT UNLOCKED RM150,000
Malaysian Virtual Field Trips
VR Updates – Madrasah Darul Tahfiz Sri Al-Ain
We were so excited to take our VR Field Trip Programme to the Madrasah Darul Tahfiz Sri Al-Ain. The kids were so excited to go on a 'field trip' to Pulau Ketam. They viewed how people live on an island and played a game where they pretended to be fishermen and their customers. They learned the basic economics of supply and demand, in a simplified way.
Featured on the New Straits Times!
To recap, Give.my has conducted workshops at seven schools for under privileged children throughout the country.
VR Updates – Yayasan LaSallian Kuching
Thanks to Yayasan LaSallian Kuching committee, we had the privilege of bringing the children in the center on a virtual field trip to our magnificent skyscraper - Petronas Twin Towers!
VR Updates – Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society
We are so grateful that we can bring our virtual field trip programme to cancer patients in Sarawak General Hospital and Sarawak Children's Cancer Society.
VR Updates – Miri Methodist Children’s Home
The children in Miri Methodist Children's Home were so excited when we brought them to see our magnificent Petronas Twin Towers!
VR Updates – Ten Ringgit Club
Last week, the Give.my team was in the Land of Hornbills! Thanks to Ten Ringgit Club, we managed to reach out to the Penan Community in Miri. We brought all the children to our magnificent Petronas Twins Tower!
VR Updates – YTL Learning Center
Here is a wrap-up of our workshop for students in YTL Learning Center. Students get to explore the oldest National Park in Sarawak – Bako National Park via the lens of Google Cardboard.
VR Updates – Dignity for Children Foundation
We took the children in Dignity for Children Foundation to go on a virtual reality field trip to the Land of Hornbills - Sarawak.
Sports Car, Supercar!
We asked children what they want to see in the video: "Sports Car!" "Supercar!" "I want to see Ferrari!"
Coming soon! Wish us luck!
The initial idea behind conducting Virtual Reality Workshop is simple -- we want to allow underprivileged children to see more of the world, without having to go on expensive and time-consuming field trips. We first started with the team's self-purchased mobile phone and Google Cardboard.
"Help a generation of kids dream bigger. You can help underprivileged kids experience places, enjoy careers, and things, they may never otherwise have the chance to experience. Just by taking a moment to support this project and gathering your friends to do the same."