The Burmese people donated 580,000 kyat towards the benefit of 54 political prisoners, 4 of which are new beneficiaries that are female. These donations were collected through Moemaka and then handed over to the Political Prisoner Support network, a branch…
In February 2011, MoeMaKa media team was able to raise and make a contribution of 845,000 kyat as “Friends of MoeMaKa Award” towards 600 political prisoners, currently being supported by NLD. In order to show our support, we, MoeMaKa, earnestly keep implementing our plan to help 50 political prisoners, monthly, as people’s good deeds. We would like to inform our readers and benefactors that we have already received the donation of 540,000 kyat from individual and collective donors for March of this year.
Date 17th November 2008 Subject – Burmese Helping Burmese Fund, Statement 14/2008 Dear All Burmese Helping Burmese Donors and Volunteer Contributors We would like to share good news of MoeMaKa Media. We have been recognized as ‘Non profit Organization…
Date 1st October 2008 Subject – Burmese Helping Burmese Fund, Statemet 13/2008 Dear All Burmese Helping Burmese Donors and Volunteer Contributors For the month of August & September 2008 Burmese Helping Burmese Donation of 500 US$ each for 2 months…
Date 26th August 2008 Subject – Burmese Helping Burmese Fund, Statement 12/2008 Dear All Burmese Helping Burmese Donors & Volunteer Contributors For the month of July 2008 Burmese Helping Burmese donation goes to – (1) Delta Villages Relief Works volunteered…
Date 10th July 2008
Subject – Burmese Helping Burmese Fund, Statement 11/2008
Dear All Burmese Helping Burmese Donors & Volunteer Contributors
Thanks for your continuous support on Burmese Helping Burmese fund to help and support the following Burmese people inside Burma
– Political prisoners & their families
– Burmese Democracy Activists and their communities
– Burmese Monks boycotting the alms from the Burmese regime
– Burmese Media Professionals standing out for freedom of press & expression
This month, we are finally in the process of publishing a book dedicated to Kye Mon U Thaung who recently passed away in April 2008 at the age of 82. He was a renowned journalist in exile who continuously fight for freedom of expression and press in Burma for almost of his life time. We will be raising fund from the sale of this book to assist and support the Burmese media people inside Burma who still stand out and fight for the press freedom inside Burma.
Date – 8th June 2008
Subject – Burmese Helping Burmese Fund, Statement 10/2008
Dear All Burmese Helping Burmese Donors and Volunteer Contributors
Thanks for your continuous support on Burmese Helping Burmese Fund to help and support the Burmese refugees hit hard by the Nargis Storm and also towards the Burmese, Monks, political prisoners and their families struggling for freedom and democracy with peaceful means inside Burma.
For the month of May 2008, we have contributed so far as follows
1. From Burmese Helping Burmese Donors – US$ 1100.00
2. From various Donor Organizations towards Nargis Relief Works inside Burma – US$ 30,000.00
Total Donation received – 31,100.00 US$
We have contributed our charity through the following volunteers group inside Burma
Dated – 10th May 10, 2008
Burmese Helping Burmese – Statement 9/2008
Dear All Burmese Helping Burmese Donors
We will have to change our name to – “Burmese Saving Burmese” under the watchful, brutal and ignorant eye of Burmese junta. We have to tell the whole world to urge – “Please save Burmese from the Disasters of the Storm and the Regime”.
As we have reported previously we have reserved US$ 2000.00 for the Storm and after May 6th, we made contact with our “Burmese Helping Burmese” team back in Rangoon and they are up and running again helping storm victims as much as they can.
We have so far from our sources, initiated and mobilized the total fund donation to help the Burmese Storm Victims in the affected area around Rangoon & Delta with US$ 8,000.00 already.
Please share the information that we need 3 level of support and donation drive to help save Burma.