©2019 by Yayasan myNadi.




A Bit of Background

Here at Yayasan myNadi, we know that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support. Since our founding in 2000, we have been determined to make an impact. The core of our efforts is to bring our team’s fresh ideas and passion to the range of activities we’re involved in. Through all of our endeavors we hope to display the conviction behind our beliefs.

Yayasan myNADI was established on 19 October 2009 as an independent and apolitical organisation.

We are focused on helping the under-privileged communities of Malaysia by addressing issues in the areas of education, welfare, religious activities and socio-economic development.

Having formed a deep understanding of issues facing the under-privileged communities, we are clear that myNADI’s role should be to complement and not compete with the many dedicated organisations (NGOs) which have proven themselves by their dedication and track record.


What is myNadi?

This Video explain brief, What is myNadi and Why?



Making A Difference



Computer Literacy to all race and age

6th Oct 2019, 

DSL the School of computer graduation day, Some 80 students graduated. The School of computer was established in 2001 with 11 computers to overcome the lack of information technology literacy among youths in the community. The course consist of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet and the use of emails were all incorporated into a single module which takes 3 months to complete. myNadi give financial of RM 50,000 for Opex as most of the student are from B40 and the effort of the DLS to assist youths in their pursuit for academic excellence particularly for those who are marginalized have been encouraging and gratifying. DSL has reached 1200 students most has improved in their career and value added job seeking.



My Nadi support Medical expense support

26 Oct 2019,
myNadi support fund a Type 1 diabetes,(juvenile diabetes),She is just 7 years old from Raub she need help, it is known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition in which Her pancreas damaged produces no insulin. Over time, type 1 diabetes complications can affect major organs failure, including heart, blood vessels, nerves (neuropathy), eyes and kidneys (nephropathy) It also can damage the blood vessels of the retina (diabetic retinopathy), potentially causing blindness



Sports unites all race Malaysian

10 Nov 2019,
Sports unites all Malaysian, this is evident every time a Malaysian individual or team.We strongly believe that sports will nurture teamwork, discipline and channel the excess energy of youth into something more positive competes at an international sporting event.
22  team took place
18 team Malay from Kapar and Klang
4 team are Indian Kapar
Sport specialization by youth is a contentious issue that needs to be fully understood by all involved in sport. 
These remarkable people are giving a new meaning to the term ‘sports’. From providing livelihood to bridging the education gap, sports is emerging as the key to a holistic social development.  and sociological risks must be weighed against the benefits of obtaining sharper skills, which may enhance playing time, possibly bringing scholar hip opportunities, or reaching to an elite level of play.


Our Founder

Late Datuk Dr Jeyaindran Tan Sri Sinnadurai  (Founder)

Late Datuk Dr. Jeya serves the community in his daily work and in anindividual capacity has helped numerous individual and NGO’s address their socio-economic issues and overcome their problem. Realizing the need to have an organization to address these issues in a sustainable manner, together with others with a similar interest, he founded Yayasan myNADI. 

On 19 August 2019 late Datuk Seri Dr S. Jeyaindran, who died of a heart attack early today, was a well-known figure among the medical fraternity in the country. 

He always says this:

We Couldn't Have Done This Alone

"Many of our activities would not have been this successful, had it not been for the close working relationship that we have forged with other NGO’s. 

In keeping true to our slogan of “to complement and not compete“, we have gained the trust and respect of numerous NGOs and we hope to work with more of them in the coming year. 


Late Datuk Dr Jeyaindran Tan Sri Sinnadurai  (Founder)