Garden International School
Students were challenged to read as many books as they can, whilst collecting sponsor money from friends and family for a good cause.
Families of GIS recently dressed in their brightest and pinkest outfit for the annual Pink Celebration to raise funds and awareness for the Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia (BCWA).
Discovery Week is GIS' annual community service-focused week, where students either take part in overseas trips or work with partner refugee centres.
The 24 Hour Race are driven entirely by the spirit, energy and dedication of students. Groups of students form teams and run a continuous relay for 24 hours, raising funds and awareness to benefit anti-slavery charities.
A student led teaching programme where over 120 refugee children from the Myanmar Refugee centres in Kuala Lumpur will be brought to Garden International School four times a week to have classes such as English, Mathematics and Science.
Garden International School's Discovery Week is an annual program where over 800 students go on community service based residential trips all over South East Asia and non-residential trips around Klang Valley.
Mufti Day is Garden International School's annual charity fundraising drive organised by the school prefects. The entire school suspends lessons for the day and students aged 3 – 18 have fun playing games.
Founded and led by Garden International students, the program aims to raise the awareness and appreciation of arts and sports among underprivileged children, teaching them arts and sports based skills.
Students and staff of GIS donated Christmas gifts for a child less fortunate than themselves to be delivered to refugee centres and orphanages all over Kuala Lumpur.
Garden International started its Street Feeding Program in 2010 and now staff and students go out once a week to pack and deliver food parcels to the urban poor in Kuala Lumpur.
Garden International School, located in Mont Kiara, has an active community outreach program. From its Street Feeding initiative to its work with refugee children, the emphasis at Garden International School is in developing students that not only know their subjects well, but are learning to care about the world in which they live, and seeking to make an IMPACT for good.