Who we are?
Sehati Serumpun is a non profit humanitarian club run by MARA College Banting students. The club organizes international humanitarian mission with the aim to help the poor to improve their life.
Where do we go?
The club first mission was in Cambodia. After that the club aim has always been to organize annual humanitarian mission in Cambodia. In 2012, for the first has succeeded in expanding the campaign to neighboring country - Vietnam.
How Do We Work?
The club generate it's fund via numerous fund raising activities carried out by the members. We also attempts to find sponsor whenever impossible.
How are we organize?
The organization of the club is divided is unique. The large number of members allow us to form three independent teams where each team organize their own project which is why we have three different humanitarian mission in 2012.
Background and Goals
Read about our history on how some big hearted college students work to establish the club. Know what are our ultimate aims and what we fight for.
How Sehati Serumpun Was Established?
The idea to establish the club was initiated by a group of big hearted students of MARA College Banting (MCB). They wish to do charity beyond the border of their college, state and country. Therefore, they started recruiting the members in August 2009 and a month later, the club was successfully registered under the college by the name Sehati Serumpun Club.
The Ultimate Mission
Sehati - One Heart. It shows how we as Malaysians are doing our part to help the less fortunate in matters that they are concern about. Empathy plays the biggest role and we truly need to bind our heart together and ultimately share the same concern about the matters which are important in life such as fulfilling the basic needs, and finding ways to improve everyday life. The best way for this to be achieved is by having one mission, one heart.
Where Are We Now?
Present Day - As one of the leading humanitarian club and student association, the fourth generation of the club, Sehati Serumpun 4.0 had recruited more than 50 members and had successfully launched two separate humanitarian missions in Cambodia.