A Note of Thanks

Dear Readers,

Welcome to MfMC official blog.

We aim to proactively and continuously promote and educate the issue of children's safety to the public. Children are the future of our nation and they are "vulnerable'. They rely on adults to protect them from any form of harm including without limitation to kidnapping.

Hence, it is our hope that this little effort will be able to instill the continuous sense of safety for children among the public.

Let's do this together. Help us to help others in creating the awareness. Spread the message to others. Prevention is better than cure.

Together we make a difference.

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Wednesday, 7 October 2015

MCR - KOM 2015 (Update)

Please find below the latest update for the event: -

Day 1:
Start Point: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium, Jalan 2/1, Baru Selayang, Batu Caves, Selangor
Coordinate: 3.2549° N, 101.6572° E
Time: 7:30am

End Point: Jelai Hotel, Raub Pahang
Coordinate: 3°47'22.4"N, 101°51'19.6"E

Day 2:
Start Point: Jelai Hotel, Raub Pahang
Coordinate: 3°47'22.4"N, 101°51'19.6"E
Time: 7:30am  

End Point: Century Pines Resort, Tanah Rata

Race Kit Collection:
Location: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium, Jalan 2/1, Baru Selayang, Batu Caves, Selangor
Coordinate: 3.2549° N, 101.6572° E
Date: 31st October 2015
Time: 6:00am - 7:00am

Ride Briefing: 
Date: 31st October 2015
Location: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium, Jalan 2/1, Baru Selayang, Batu Caves, Selangor
Coordinate: 3.2549° N, 101.6572° E

MCR - KOM 2015 Full Itinerary:

Route Details:


Appreciation Dinner:
Date: 1st November 2015
Time: 6:00pm
Venue: Century Pines Resort, Tanah Rata

Official Hotel: 
Day 1: Jelai Hotel, Raub
Day 2: Century Pines Resort, Tanah Rata

Route Video

Taken with Suunto Ambit 3


Tuesday, 21 July 2015

MfMC Charity Ride - King of Mountain Challenge 2015

This is a charity ride organised by Mission for Missing Children (MfMC), in collaboration with Malaysia Community Crime Care (MCCC) and Malaysian Community Care Foundation (MCCF) that brings with it a hope that no more children will ever go missing again. To add to the excitement, MfMC has agreed to include race element in the form of King of Mountain (KOM) where riders stand a chance to win money prizes.
It is IMPORTANT to note that throughout the ride, it is CHARITY FIRST, KOM SECOND.

  1. This is a 2 days ride which will take place on 31st Oct 2015 and 1st Nov 2015. On Day-1, cyclists will ride from Selayang to Raub via Fraser's Hill. Cyclists will put up a night in Raub. On Day-2, cyclists will begin their ride in Raub and end in Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands. 
  2. Except at each KOM stage, cyclists will ride in (if possible) one big peloton at a controlled pace set by our Marshall car.
  3. Throughout the ride, cyclists will be making few mandatory stops at certain checkpoints which will be pre-determined by the organiser,
  4. At each checkpoint, organiser will provide water station. Apart from refilling their water bottles, cyclists will have to participate in charity activities such as to distribute pamphlets and stickers on children's safety to the local community, provide brief explanation on the ride focussing on children's safety to the local community, etc.
    • Organiser will put up signages at approximately 5km and 1km before the start of each KOM. Upon reaching the starting line of each KOM, Marshall car will let the cyclists to ride on their own pace.
    • Starting and finishing line of each KOM stage will be clearly marked on the road. Organiser will put up signages at approximately 1km and 500m before the finishing line of each KOM stage.
    • First 10 cyclists to cross the finishing line of each KOM stage will be given KOM points of 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8, 7, 6 and 5 respectively. KOM points earned at each KOM stage will be carried forward and accumulated to the next KOM stage.
    • Cyclist who accumulate the highest KOM points will emerge as the overall winner followed by the second to the tenth highest KOM points.
    • There will be at least 4 KOM stages throughout the ride.
  6. Upon reaching the finishing line of each KOM stage, cyclists will be regrouped and continue to ride to the next checkpoint in a controlled pace led by Marshall car.
  1. Fee is RM120 per participant which is non-transferable. No cancellation is allowed.
  2. Participants have to deposit the fee to the organiser's designated bank account within 7 calendar days from the day of the online registration. For clarity, if a participant submitted his/her online registration on the 1st Aug 2015, the due date for him/her to make the payment is on 7th Aug 2015.
  3. Participants who fail to make payment within the stipulated time frame will risk losing their entry.
  4. Upon making the payment, participants MUST email proof of their banking transaction to the organiser at mfmc82012@gmail.com
  1. Participation is opened to all cyclists of both genders age 18 years and above as of 31st Oct 2015.
  2. There will be only one category for all riders which is Open Category. For clarity, there will be no separate category for female riders.
  3. Each participant will be entitled for medal, bicycle jersey, appreciation dinner on 1st Nov 2015 and drinks at water station.
  4. Only 100 slots are up for grab. 
  1. Only roadbike is allowed in this ride.


  1. The organiser shall not provide any accommodation and transportation to the participants.
  2. Participants shall organise their own accommodation and transportation before, during and after the ride.
  3. The organiser shall endeavour to list few hotels in Raub for the participants to choose from.
  4. Except for what is provided at each water station, participants' meal shall be at their own personal expense.
  1. Participants may arrange for their own support crew throughout the ride. However, their support crew shall be behind the organiser's designated vehicle at all times which will follow the last cyclist.
  2. If participants need help from their support crew, they will have to wait at a place deemed to be safe for their support crew to come. In reference to point No. 1 above, the support crew shall not overtake the organiser's vehicle while trying to provide for assistance to their riders.
  3. Participants with support crew have to register their support vehicle with the organiser.
  4. Participants without support crew will have to be self sufficient. The organiser shall not provide any forms of assistance be it technical or non-technical to any participants.
  5. Participants whose support crew found to violate points No. 1 and No. 2 above shall be disqualified from KOM throughout the ride. However, the riders may still continue with the ride.
  6. Support crew is only allowed to provide technical assistance to their riders such as change of tube/tyres/wheels. Support crew shall not be allowed to let their riders to hold on to and/or draft their moving vehicle so as to give advantage to their riders over others riders. If found guilty, the respective cyclists will be disqualified from KOM throughout the ride. However, the cyclists may still continue with the ride. 
  1. Day 1 : Selayang - Ulu Yam - Kuala Kubu Bharu - Fraser's Hill - Tranum - Raub
  2. Day 2 : Raub - Sungai Koyan - Ringlet - Tanah Rata
Below is the list of recommended hotels in Raub for participants and their support crews (if any). Please be informed that the recommendation is solely based on their central location within Raub town along the route to Sungai Koyan: -
  1. Hotel Jelai Raub, 35 & 36, Jalan Tan Tiong, 27600, Raub (Tel: 09-355 1626)
  2. Tai Tong Hotel, No.23, 2nd & 3rd Floor, Jln. Mason, 27600, Raub (Tel: 09-355 2451)
  3. Hotel Seri Raub, No. 1, Jalan Dato' Abdullah, 27600, Raub (Tel: 09-355 0888)
  4. Rumah Rehat Raub, Jalan Dato Abdullah, 27600, Raub (Tel: 09-355 9899)
  5. Woon Yong Hotel, No. 19. Tkt. 1&2, Jln. Dato' Abdullah, 27600, Raub (Tel: 09-355 1214)
  6. Kim Fah Hotel, 28, Jalan Dato Abdullah, 27600, Raub (Tel: 09-355 6271)


Please bank in your participation fee of RM120 within seven (7) days from the date of registration to the following bank account: -

Bank: Maybank
Account Name: Pertubuhan Misi Untuk Kanak-Kanak Hilang
Account Number: 551 548 608079

Please email proof of payment to the organiser at mfmc82012@gmail.com. 

For any inquiry, please email us at mfmc82012@gmail.com or call/whatsapp +016-7157912 (Khafiz) or +6012-2363581 (Rozaimi).    

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Anugerah Tidak Ternilai

Anak-anak adalah anugerah yang tidak TERNILAI. Hargailah kehadiran mereka dengan sebaik-baiknya dan jadikan keselamatan mereka sebagai keutamaan kita.

Monday, 6 January 2014

Show Your Support

In less than 96 hours, a group of 38 cyclists who have confirmed their participation (we expect few more to confirm their participation in the next 3 days), will cycle from Singapore to Hatyai with the hope that no more children will go missing in the future. The ride to promote children's safety by creating public awareness is named MfMC Ride for Missing Children - Singapore-Hatyai Ride 2014. Everyone can be part of the ride directly and indirectly. 

Show the cyclists your support by giving your words of wisdom/encouragement by commenting to this post.

To read more about the ride, please click here  

Thursday, 2 January 2014

Press Release

MfMC Ride for Missing Children - Singapore-Hatyai Ride 2014
(A ride with the hope that no more children will go missing)

3 January 2014
Kuala Lumpur – Mission for Missing Children or better known as MfMC is a non-profitable and politically independent organisation that aims to promote the children's safety issue through their outdoor activities such as cycling, running, swimming, triathlon and mount climbing. 
From 11th to 17th January 2014, a group of 20 cyclists will be cycling from Woodlands in Singapore to Hatyai in Thailand to further promote their cause. Along the ride, they will be making stops at various places to reach out to the society members to share tips and information about children's safety. The team will also be visiting Sek Keb Teluk Kemang in Port Dickson and Sek Keb Seri Selamat in Setiawan whereby they will give talk on children's safety issue to the school children. 

"It is our hope that our effort will help to raise the awareness level on children's safety so that no more children will go missing in the future", said Mohd Khafiz Bachok, the MfMC's Chairman.

As to why MfMC is doing the ride, Mohd Khafiz said, "this is our contribution to the society by doing what we love to do i.e. cycling. It is no longer just about our passion in cycling but more importantly how we can benefit the society from our activities. Cases of missing children repeatedly occurs and what need to be done is to continuously creating awareness on children's safety issue, which through our observation is what the society is lacking of. Hence, MfMC is here trying to address the issue". 

According to Mohd Khafiz, the ride is opened to all cyclists out there who want to ride for a cause. This is a non-sponsored, fully self financed and self sufficient ride. Interested cyclists may join the entire ride or any stage throughout the ride. The group will ride along the west coast road of Peninsular Malaysia, tentatively as follows; -

Stage 1 - 11th Jan 2014: Woodlands to Batu Pahat (137.1km)
Stage 2 - 12th Jan 2014: Batu Pahat to Teluk Kemang (169.4km)
Stage 3 - 13th Jan 2014: Teluk Kemang to Kuala Selangor (152.5km)
Stage 4 - 14th Jan 2014: Kuala Selangor to Setiawan (145.1km)
Stage 5 - 15th Jan 2014: Setiawan to Semanggol (98.7km)
Stage 6 - 16th Jan 2014: Semanggol to Bukit Kayu Hitam (210.1km)
Stage 7 - 17th Jan 2014: Bukit Kayu Hitam to Hatyai 66.1km)

To learn more about the ride or MfMC, please feel free to contact 012-3388 212 (RAZMY) or email to razmy_azis@yahoo.com.

Monday, 16 December 2013

Petisyen - Keselamatan Anak-anak Adalah Tanggungjawab Bersama

English translation is at the bottom

Di #MfMC, kami telah sepakat untuk membuat satu petisyen berkaitan dengan isu keselamatan kanak-kanak. Berpegang kepada tema "Dari Kita Kepada Kita Untuk Anak-anak Kita", petisyen ini bertujuan untuk terus menyedarkan ibubapa dan masyarakat bahawa keselamatan anak-anak adalah tanggungjawab kita bersama. Petisyen ini ditujukan kepada ibubapa dan masyarakat di luar sana dan bukan kepada mana-mana pertubuhan, organisasi mahupun kerajaan. 

Oleh itu, kami mahu mengumpul sebanyak mungkin tandatangan dan sokongan daripada semua orang untuk petisyen ini. Ini amat penting bagi kami bagi membuktikan kepada ibubapa dan masyarakat bahawa ramai di kalangan kita yang percaya keselamatan anak-anak adalah tanggungjawab ibubapa dan masyarakat sendiri dan bukannya tanggungjawab pemerintah dan pihak berkuasa. 

Oleh itu, kami menjemput anda semua di luar sana untuk menandatangani (secara online) petisyen kami ini.  Bagi yang telah menandatangani, kami mengucapkan terima kasih atas keprihatinan anda dan teruskan berkongsi petisyen ini dengan rakan-rakan dan ahli keluarga anda.

Untuk menandatangani dan menunjukkan keprihatinan anda, sila klik di sini

Petiton - Children's Safety is Our Mutual Responsibility

We at #MfMC has decided to make a petition on the issue of children's safety. Holding on the theme of "From Us To Us For Our Children", the petition  is meant to raise awareness among the parents and society members out there that children's safety is our mutual responsibility.  The petition is addressed to all parents and society members out there and not to any association or organisation or government.

Therefore, we aim to collect as many signatures and support as possible from everyone. This is very critical for us to prove to all parents and society members that many of us believe that children's safety is our responsibility and not that of the government or the authority.

We humbly invite all of you out there to join us and sign the petition (on line). To those who have signed, thank you from the bottom of our heart for showing your support and concern. Please help to share and spread the petition to your friends and family members so that they can also do their part.  

To sign and show your support for the petition, please click here


Monday, 9 December 2013

MfMC's Community Message #1

If we do not look after our children, someone else will. Better be safe than sorry.