Carthreena Supports Educational Programme by DFM!

in Support of Help DFM to Raise Funds for Voices For Humanity Tour to School

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In recent years, thousands of Malaysian youths (including schoolchildren) were reported to be hooked on drugs, usually due to peer influence or curiosity. Studies have shown that teens who are active in the music scene are far more likely than other youth groups to abuse drugs. 

Drug Free Malaysia (DFM), founded by punk rock musician and former drug user Khai Aziz, aims to raise awareness about drug abuse among Malaysian youths through various campaigns, such as school tours and concerts. 

On 6th April 2019, DFM organized Voices For Humanity, a fundraising music gig to reach out to youths. Carthreena was one of the many performers at the event because we believe that young people are our future and so they should be informed about the dangers of drugs before they begin experimenting. Prevention, after all, is better than cure. 

Carthreena continues to support this cause via online fundraising, but to spice things up, we will even participate in the SKYTREX CHALLENGE if our band has the highest amount of donations. Skytrex is an extreme obstacle course not for the faint-hearted: a forest adventure where you need to trek from tree to tree, high up in the air! Will we freeze, fight or flee? The more you donate, the higher the chances of you finding out!

Remember, funds raised through DFM will help educate our youths about drugs, so please consider donating to help us pave a better future for our younger generation.

Let's CHANGE THE WORLD together!


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31/03/2019
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Carthreena Supports Educational Programme by DFM!

by Carthreena

In recent years, thousands of Malaysian youths (including schoolchildren) were reported to be hooked on drugs, usually due to peer influence or curiosity. Studies have shown that teens who are acti ... Read more