Bulan Sabit Merah Malaysia
(Malaysian Red Crescent, Miri Chapter)
Lot 312, Lorong 1, Jalan Bulan Sabit
P.O.Box 370, 98007, Miri, Sarawak
Tel: 085-411121 / 428032
Fax: 085-420479


MRCS Miri Website launch

Launching of the MRCS Miri website by YB Mr Lee Kim Shin on the 14th March 1998 at the MRCS Miri Headquarters.

Blood Programme

Blood Donation Statistics from 1997 to 2006
A total of 5864 pints of blood were available and sufficient to cater to the needs at the Miri Hospital, private medical center and clinics in Miri and also other district hospitals when requested by them.

MRCS maintained its record of 100% voluntary blood donation for the 18th consecutive year in 2006. The Malaysian Red Crescent Society, Miri Chapter is the first in Malaysia to reach a 100% voluntary blood donation in the year 1989. The strong of everyone in our Society is the main reason in making our blood donation campaigns successful. We would like to record our deepest thanks to the blood donors, the Medical Department, the public and members of our Society for giving their blood and moral support in our effort to reach out and save as many people as possible.

Group photo: Blood Donors, 1996

The MRCS Sunflower Centre

The only Day Care Centre for the Handicapped formed and managed by Red Crescent in the country.

MRCS Kidney Dialysis Centre

The only Kidney Dialysis Centre set up and managed by the Red Crescent in the country.

Best Unit Awards

Won the Best VAD and Junior Link awards at Branch level (Sarawak) when first introduced in 1997. VAD No. 10 and SRB Chung Hua Miri Link received their respective award from the TYT Yang Terutama, the Governor of Sarawak in Kuching during the MRCS 50th Anniversary Dinner.

Skill Competitions

The first Chapter to organise and host First Aid and Home Nursing Competition open to boy Scouts, Girl Guides and the Brunei Red Cross The first competition was held at the old building (former club house) at Jln. Kubu in 1963.

Vietnamese Boat People

Relief for the Vietnamese boat people before being transferred to care of National Headquarters. Special certificates of Appreciation by National Society were awarded to those who were involved in the relief work.

Emergency Duties

Detachment members on 24 hours emergency duties during the riot prior to independence in 1963 and the Chapter was awarded a Special Certificate of Commendation by the last Colonial Governor at a special function held in Miri.


There is a registered unit in every Secondary and primary school in the Miri District and membership is increasing. This was achieved with the full support of the Miri Education Department and efforts of Officers who travelled to out station schools to assist in the setting up of the units.

Updated : 7th October 2007