VERITAS Fund for Excellence in Design Education (VFE)

The VERITAS Fund for Excellence in Design Education (VFE) was founded in 2004 to further our core values of constant innovation, a commitment to design excellence and social responsibility towards the built environment. It is our hope that the Fund would encourage more design students and teachers to excel in various design fields and eventually contribute towards nation-building as architects, designers and educators.

The Fund will be channelled to assist students and teachers in local institutions through scholarships, awards, research grants, study stipends, community projects, study trips, design competitions, student seminars, student publications, etc. that will promote a culture of excellence and generally enhance public awareness and recognition of design.

The VERITAS Design Group has committed to set aside each year a percentage of our annual profit towards the Fund which is supplemented by contributions from some of VERITAS’ Clients and business associates.

CSR 2019
Ramadhan Charity Drive
On 22nd May 2019, the VERITAS Sports and Social Club (VSSC) held Ramadhan Charity Drive in collaboration with the VERITAS Fund for Excellence (VFE). VERITASians, sponsored money and groceries which were delivered to “Pertubuhan Bantuan Kebajikan Keluarga Miskin Bandar Kuala Lumpur dan Selangor”. An amazing effort by VSSC and VFE team!
On the 27th and 28th of July 2019, a group of 8 VERITASians, 5 people from Haskell APAC, members of Ecomy and a journalist from Harian Metro, Balai Berita NSTP, Bangsar, KL joined an expedition to Taman Negara for ‘Project Kampungku 2.0’ which is a renewable energy initiative aimed at bringing artificial lighting to orang asli villages across rural Malaysia. The co-founder of Kampungku is an NGO called ECOMY and the project’s partners for the second year; VERITAS and Haskell and also Lewis & Clark College of USA were part of this particular Kampungku expedition. The VERITASians led by Latha Ramasamy, Head of Human Resources worked with the indigenous tribes people of Kampung Yong to have bamboo frames for the photo-voltaic panels to be charged, and educated them the correct usage of the panels that provide light and charging port in the village. The team also visited Kampung Aur from the previous year Kampungku Project to inspect on the photo-voltaic panels condition and replaced the damaged spare parts.