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3G $5 Challenge

Why should I join the Challenge?

  • Help us raise awareness about average daily income of people below poverty line. 
  • According to United Nations, Poverty entails more than the lack of income and productive resources to ensure sustainable livelihoods. Its manifestations include hunger and malnutrition, limited access to education and other basic services, social discrimination and exclusion, as well as the lack of participation in decision-making. It estimates that 10 percent of the world’s population or 734 million people lived on less than $1.90 a day in 2015. It foresees that 160 million children are at risk of continuing to live in extreme poverty by 2030.

How to join the Challenge?

  • Sign in below to start your 30 day challenge.

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How to do $5 Challenge?

  • Spend only $5 per day or accumulative equivalent for 30 consecutive days.
  • All preplanned expenses such as mortgage, utility bills and automotive expenses are exempted from the challenge.
  • The challenge mainly constitutes of your food, leisure and entertainment expenses.

  • Stock piling your pantry before start of 30 days will defeat the purpose of the challenge.


  • Prioritise the essentials.

  • Retain your bills and invoices to better track your expenses and celebrate your achievement.

  • Keep a list of your pantry handy to get creative recipe suggestions from family and friends.

What will you achieve?

  • Become aware of everyday struggle against hunger and poverty.

  • Save money.

  • Learn better spending habits.

  • Learn to respect food. 

  • Desire to grow your own food.

  • Get creative about how to use available resources

  • Loose a few inches around your waist without going to gym.

  • Gain heightened gratefulness towards life.

What can you do with your saved money?

  • You can catch up on your debts.

  • You can invest wisely.

  • You can donate for your chosen charities/cause 

If you choose to, you can donate your savings for the below cause

We make sure that your generous donation will reach the right beneficiary in a timely manner.

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Charity for homeless

According to Australian Human Rights Commission, Homelessness can be caused by poverty, unemployment or by a shortage of affordable housing, or it can be triggered by family breakdown, mental illness, sexual assault, addiction, financial difficulty, gambling or social isolation. Domestic violence is the single biggest cause of homelessness in Australia. For more info:

3G collects old cloths to be distributed to homeless people. The picture in the left shows the cloth collected from the students of Albukhary International University hostel at Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia to be distributed in the nearby communities.

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