About Amway

One By One

Launched in 2003, the AMWAY One by One Campaign for Children rallies the resources of the entire AMWAY family – AMWAY Business Owners, employees and customers – to make a difference in the lives of children by volunteering, giving and addressing challenges in communities where AMWAY people live and work. The spirit of volunteerism inspires business owners to care for and support their communities. For updates and stories from around the globe, visit the One by One website.  

 

Program Harapan

Program Harapan (“Hope Programme”) is a 3-year corporate social responsibility initiative launched in 2014 to help meet the needs and enrich the lives of about 100 children from all four Rumah Tunas Harapan foster homes in Selangor. This programme is run by AMWAY Malaysia in partnership with Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat Negeri Selangor (Social Welfare Department of Selangor) and was officially launched by the Minister of Women, Family & Community Development, Dato’ Sri Rohani Abdul Karim in November 2014. AMWAY (Global) has long been a strong supporter of community outreach programmes involving children. Through the global AMWAY One by One Campaign for Children, AMWAY has helped more than 12 million children worldwide in the last 13 years.

Happy Healthy Minds Workshop 

Through the Happy Healthy Minds workshops and camps for children, the company provides a platform for Amway-sponsored psychologists to equip children with the necessary mental and behavioural skills to achieve greater self-esteem and confidence.

Since the program’s inception in December 2003, Amway has conducted 55 workshops and camps impacting more than 2,000 children, with a total of 5,448 volunteer hours.

 Happy Healthy Wards Project 

The Happy Healthy Wards Project, a physical extension of the on-going camps, is a refurbishment exercise of paediatric wards and children’s day care centres at government hospitals to create a more cheerful and welcoming environment for children undergoing treatment. 

Since June 2006, Amway Malaysia has refurbished the paediatric facilities at 11 government hospitals in Malaysia.

 

Happy Healthy Wards Project 

The Happy Healthy Wards Project, a physical extension of the on-going camps, is a refurbishment exercise of paediatric wards and children’s day care centres at government hospitals to create a more cheerful and welcoming environment for children undergoing treatment. 

Since June 2006, Amway Malaysia has refurbished the paediatric facilities at 11 government hospitals in Malaysia.

 

Phase 1

16 June 2006

Paediatric day care centre and new children’s playroom

Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah, Klang (HTAR)

 

4 January 2007

Paediatric day care centre and children’s playroom

Hospital Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah, Temerloh (HoSHAS)

 

3 September 2007

Paediatric day care centre, children's playroom and a newly-built extension to the day care centre

Hospital Batu Pahat, Johor

 

13 March 2008

Paediatric clinic's waiting area, treatment room and five doctor's consultation rooms

Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun, Ipoh

 

23 October 2008

Paediatric specialist clinic, waiting area, treatment room and five doctor's consultation rooms

Hospital Sultanah Aminah, Johor Bahru

 

5 March 2009

Paediatric ward, two treatment rooms and four isolation rooms

Hospital Seberang Jaya, Pulau Pinang

 

Phase 2

31 October 2009

Paediatric clinic waiting area and an extension for the children's playroom

Hospital Tuanku Jaafar, Seremban

 

14 April 2010

Paediatric wards 1 and 4 (rock wool installation to cool the wards)

Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kota Bharu

 

29 September 2010

Paediatric day care unit’s waiting area, medical room and surgical room

Hospital Kuala Lumpur

 

21 January 2011

 Paediatric day care centre and children's playroom 

 Sarawak General Hospital

 

31 January 2012

New 150 sq. ft. extension to the paediatric day care centre

Malacca Hospital