Join Our Society
As a non-profit organisation, MERCY Malaysia upholds good governance as part of its commitment in ensuring transparency and accountability in its humanitarian work. As a registered society, we are governed by the Societies Act and the Constitution of MERCY Malaysia.
In compliance with the Societies Act (1966), we are required to prepare financial statements to be made public and tabled at our Annual General Meeting (AGM).
We hold our AGM on the final Saturday in June of every year, where all members are invited to attend to examine the financial statement, vote on matters arising, and to vote for or stand up as a candidate for the Executive Council.
We are constantly on the lookout for society members who share our vision and commitment to our humanitarian work, regardless of race, religion or background. As a member, you will be able to witness and be involved in the governance of MERCY Malaysia as a society.
Our Expectation from Our Members
Our Responsibility to Members
- Subscribe to our mission and objectives
- Exercise membership privileges responsibly
- Most importantly – be SINCERE
- Enable access to our financial statements
- Enable access to decision-making via Annual General Meeting
- Provide relevant updates on governance of MERCY Malaysia
For more details on memberships, please check our membership FAQ here.
MERCY Malaysia continued its partnership with The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the UN Refugee Agency, and ran 11 mobile clinics in Klang to offer primary healthcare to the stateless as well as marginalized communities.
Your support inspires us to continue our humanitarian work. Help us do more.
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