Deadline for Hasanah Special Grant 2022 Extended

Yayasan Hasanah, the foundation under Khazanah, in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance, has announced the extension for the Hasanah Special Grant (HSG) 2022 deadline, now until 15 August 2022.

The said fund is part of the RM100 million jointly allocated with the Ministry of Finance under Budget 2022, targeting the five impact areas under the watch of Yayasan Hasanah – Education, Community Development, Environment, Arts and Public Spaces, and Knowledge.

It has a maximum award of RM2.5 million for successfully approved projects spanning up to three years, and provides funding for both Organisational Development to strengthen the internal operations of partners, and Programme Management to support the sustainability of partner initiatives.

“We take note that some organisations need more time to come up with new programmes and initiatives to propose that are more suited with the current economic challenges and as such, the deadline for the HSG will be extended to allow us to receive our partners’ proposals for consideration, although I would encourage applicants to hurry before the allocation runs out,” Yayasan Hasanah Managing Director and Trustee Dato’ Shahira Ahmed Bazari said.

Some of the recipients of HSG2022 are Global Education Leaders Malaysia Bhd (PEMIMPIN GSL), USAINS Holding Sdn Bhd, Bring the Opportunity Programme (BTOP) PLT, DIA Academy Sdn Bhd, Pepper Labs Sdn Bhd (Masala Wheels), Peduli Insan and USAINS Infotech Sdn Bhd and Pertubuhan Pelindung Alam Malaysia.

“We are starting to see many more vulnerabilities with rising food costs and inflation and we hope that this deadline extension would allow potential partners more time to gauge and realign what is needed throughout the next quarter and beyond in terms of their projects. I hope this additional timeline will enable quality proposals to be submitted, to tackle many of the pressing issues in society today, including mental health, income and livelihood, remedial and recovery programmes in education, environmental protection, food security and others,” Shahira said.

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