Who are the Impact Makers?
Each Impact Maker has their own set of social, environmental, and cultural cause.
The Good Shop showcases great items from Impact Makers and a platform for alternative shopping experience to those who are looking for meaningful products that they can use, share with loved ones, and serve as keepsakes of Malaysia.
These products and programs build communities. Let's get to know these Impact Makers and support the causes close to your heart while you shop!
NAWEM (National Association of Women Entrepreneurs of Malaysia) is a non-governmental organisation that aims to unite and empower Malaysian Women Entrepreneurs.
The organisation is a bridge to transcend differences and nurtures skills by providing opportunities in acquiring knowledge and resources to aspiring women.
The Hope Factory
The Hope Factory Malaysia (Pertubuhan Harapan Istimewa Malaysia) is a registered cause-related organization that combines social entrepreneurship principles and business principles.
Our aim is to sustain and educate Malaysians about social and economic hardships within its society and empowering consumers to make a stand on social change by substituting their everyday goods for goods that benefit the less fortunate.
What makes The Hope Factory Malaysia unique is that it supports SIX different causes and it aims to do so continuously. Many people would like to make a difference, have ideas but they don’t know how to get started or where to go for help.
Superfruits Valley started with the intention to provide locally grown imported fruits to be easily assessible by Malaysians.
Superfruits is also training a group of young Malaysian women to make them agricultural entrepreneurs of the future.
Earth Heir® began with an appreciation for craftspeople and artisans, who spend years honing and perfecting their skills to create their finest art pieces.
By blending design, fair trade principles, training and enterprise, Earth Heir aims to raise the value and revival of heritage craftsmanship.
We believe in human connections, environmental stewardship and seek to keep heritage skills alive.
Thoughtful Design. Ethical Partnerships. Conscious Living.
Play Unlimited biggest aim is promoting inclusive and creative play, regardless of age, building a community that utilises play to nurture each other's overall wellbeing.
"Play is not frivolous. It is not a luxury. It is not something to fit in after completing all the important stuff. Play is the important stuff. Play is a drive, a need, a brain-building must-do." - Jeff A. Johnson & Denita Dinger
Over time, they have partnered up with Toy Libraries Malaysia to create a community-based model for Toy Recycling and Upcycling.
They have also delivered toys and play materials through the Childline Foundation that has supported 42 childcare centers and preschools.
Tanoti Sdn Bhd is a private foundation made up of a congregation of Sarawakian craftswomen and artisans.
Their aim is to improve the livelihoods of womenfolk and rural communities through the products of artisan and crafters, while also protecting the artisanal skills passed down the generations.
In support of local homemakers and home grown brands amongst their community, they have brought Tanoti Foods that carries an array of specially selected foodstuffs made with care from the community.