Blogger Funded $3,000 To Malaysian Tribes For Their Ceremony

“In commemoration of Hari Gawai, why not do something different? Something which helps people less fortunate than the less fortunate themselves”
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - June 8, 2014 - PRLog -- Though just recently established, the founder of My Internet Quest managed to find the heart in him to give back to the society.

“Plenty of people donate to charity in the city but none often think of the tribes because they live far in the woods. Having the chance to do something different fulfills my conscience as a respectful citizen.” Says Riaz Shah, the founder.

Hari Gawai which is also known as the Harvest Festival, is a special celebration famous among the Borneo tribes which lives in Eastern Malaysia. They are often forgotten and discriminated but recently, they have started to know hope.

“I hope by helping these tribes, I set myself as an example to encourage others to step-up and help these people. Everyone deserves to have a bright future” added Riaz.

Although My Internet Quest is a blog made solely for helping people make money online, it has also recently began adding articles about humanitarian approaches.

Riaz Shah has over 4 years of experience in online marketing. My Internet Quest has been recognized by various organizations including the home business industry itself for its unique and simple approach that anyone could follow.

Riaz Shah is also a member of the Malaysian Business Networking, Taylor’s Entrepreneurial Club, Wildlife Conservation Society of Malaysia, and the Hati charity community in Malaysia. Though the founder has over 4 years’ worth of experience in the business, his new website has helped over 9,000 people since its launching.

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