Corporate Social Responsibility

Media OutReach Newswire corporate social responsibility commitment

Corporate social responsibility is an integral part of our business, we believe in investing to improve lives in our community. We support a number of local non-profit organisations by offering short and long-term financial contributions and providing pro-bono press release distribution to help NGOs to raise public awareness. Our CSR efforts are mainly focused on community projects, education, mental health programs for children, young adults and women.
Corporate Social Responsibility

Non-profit organizations we support:


AIESEC in University Malaya

About AIESEC in University Malaya

AIESEC is a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. It is a non-political, independent, not-for-profit international organization run by youth and recent graduates of institutions of higher education.

Its members are interested in world issues, leadership, and management. AIESEC does not discriminate based on ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or national/social origin.

Since it was founded, it has engaged and developed over 1,000,000 young people who have been through an AIESEC experience.
The organization currently focuses on projects to drive Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) worldwide, with volunteering flagship projects in Malaysia alongside industrial exposure events for youths.
AIESEC’s impact can be seen through its alumni, who represent business, NGOs, and world leaders, including one Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Martti Ahtisaari of Finland.

Asian University for Women

Asian University of Women

About Asian University for Women

The Asian University for Women (AUW) was founded in 2008 and located in Chittagong, Bangladesh, is the first of its kind: a regional institution dedicated to women’s education and leadership development – international in outlook but rooted in the contexts and aspirations of the people of Asia. Students from 15 countries attend the AUW.

This university exists solely to support a rising network of women leaders, entrepreneurs, and change makers from across the region. It seeks out women who have significant academic potential, and who demonstrate courage and a sense of outrage at injustice, and who are empathic to the woes of other people.

A majority of the AUW’s students are the first in their family to enter university; 98% of AUW’s students are on full or near-full scholarships funded by private donors from around the world. The majority of AUW graduates find employment in the private sector in their home countries, while about 25% go on to pursue graduate studies. AUW graduates or former students have been admitted to Stanford, Oxford, Columbia, Brandeis, Surrey, and a host of other leading universities in the world.


Gingko House

About Gingko House

Gingko House, a social enterprise that advocates senior employment in Hong Kong, has been providing job opportunities for the elderly in Hong Kong’s food and beverage industry for almost two decades. While the global epidemic as dramatically impacted the lives of every single person in Hong Kong, Gingko House rolls out the ‘Love Project: Anti-epidemic lunch box’ which allows donors to buy meals from its restaurants and distribute to those in need for free.

International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP)

International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP)


The mission of IACAPAP is to promote child and adolescent psychiatry and the mental health and development of children and adolescents, through policy, practice, training, and research. It is IACAPAP goals to make their research and resources available to the public and create awareness among the community that it is ok for children to have mental health issues.


The Child Development Centre

The Child Development Centre

About The Child Development Centre

The Child Development Centre uniquely provides support to the widest spectrum of Special Educational Needs issues for children in English and Chinese in Hong Kong. Over the past 40 years, they have been delivering a full range of early educational programs, assessments, and therapies. The Centre works with children with learning difficulties, developmental delay, autism, Down’s syndrome, and physical disabilities.

“The release captured a lot of media attention and generate extensive coverage, publicity, interest and even interview requests. This would not have been possible without Media OutReach Newswire playing an integral part in the campaign.” Says Mrs Jackie Hui, the Chair of Fundraising Committee”

The Salvation Army Singapore

About The Salvation Army Singapore

Gracehaven Children is a programme dedicated to helping children in need of care, protection and rehabilitation due to a lack of parental supervision, risk behaviours or a family breakdown. Ran by Salvation Army Singapore, this important initiative aims to build positive values and resilience among children through a wide range of activities from sporting days to music, drama and art programmes and interim placements that allows children under child protection to be temporarily cared for till their placement in the most appropriate care environment.

Media OutReach Newswire and the Salvation Army Singapore recently partnered to organise a special day of delight and adventure that included visiting many of Singapore’s best attractions, a cycling tour, bowling and time splashing around at the Adventure Cove Waterpark.

Flood affected animal shelters in Hong Kong

The devastating effects of super typhoon Saola and the catastrophic black rain that paralysed parts of Hong Kong in September were hard-felt among the city’s many animal rescue centres.

The record-breaking rainfall saw several community-led shelters in Tai Po, Fanling and Yuen Long destroyed by the ‘once-in-500-years’ rain. Beds, food, refrigeration equipment, and essential medical supplies were simply washed away.

Many of these rescue centres are run by volunteers and rely on donations to survive. To help their recovery and reconstruction efforts, Media OutReach Newswire has committed HK$45,000 to nine separate dog shelters across the territory. You too can help. Find out more about these shelters below.

Established in 2020 and located in Fanling, Animal Volunteer Charity houses 150 cats and dogs waiting to be adopted. To learn more, visit their Facebook page.

Founded in 2015 by Miss Ivy Tse, House of Joy and Mercy is a small animal shelter in Kam Tin for abandoned and stray cats and dogs suffering from illness. Learn more about House of Joy and Mercy here.

Animal Shelter of Love provides shelter from the wind and rain for homeless and abandoned cats and dogs. The shelter, started back in 1986, currently cares for around 150 dogs and 120 cats. You can reach Animal Shelter of Love here.

Brave Mum’s Home For Stray Cats and Dogs was hit particularly hard by the black rainstorm, with essential food and medicine destroyed by water. Find out how you can help via their Instagram account.

Established in 2008, Kelly Animal Shelter houses more than 200 homeless pets. In addition to rescuing abandoned and stray cats and dogs, the shelter also focuses on treatment and rehabilitation. Contact them here.

The Hong Kong Homeless Dog Shelter was severely impacted by typhoon Saola and, especially, the black rainstorms. The shelter provides daily needs for abandoned dogs, such as food and medical care. Reach them here.

Located in Yuen Long, Animal Home focuses on elderly, disabled, and abandoned dogs aged 10 years and over. Currently caring for 24 elderly dogs, Animal Home provides an environment where dogs can live out their old age in comfort. Find them on Instagram.

Located in a remote village in Tai Po, Home for Homeless Dogs was established in 2019. This self-funded shelter provides care for stray dogs and works tirelessly to re-home abandoned pets. Contact them here.

Based in the New Territories, Big Tree Animal provides a shelter for abandoned animals and organises activities to promote animal protection in Hong Kong. Contact Big Tree Animal here to support their work.

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