|Contact person||Mary Anne Tan|
|Phone number||+6016 220 2958|
|Phone number||Lian See 012 652 1757/ Sanice Kam 016 273 2000|
|Fax number||+603 8024 9358|
|Year of establishment||2008|
|Address||F1-01-05 Angsana Flats, Subang Mewah, USJ1 47620 Subang Selangor, Malaysia|
- Washing machine
- DVD Player
- Hi Fi
- Sewing Machine
- Rice Cooker
- Clothes - Adult
- Teens and Kids
- Decorative Items
- Books - Novels/Investments/Motivational
- Kitchen Ware
Jumble station was established in 2008 by Mary Anne Tan, Lim Lian See and Sanice Kam. We are a social entrepreneurship with a Singular Vision for Single Parents -via the establishment of a Thrift Shop at Subang Mewah and a Tuition Centre at Desa Mentari.
*To meet the immediate needs of poor Single Parents
*To empower Single Parents in need
*To turn ‘trash into cash’ to meet the dire needs of poor single parents and to provide them with the means to be financially sustainable eventually.
Our estimated monthly expenses are RM3,500.
We welcome volunteers to help distribute flyers, we also welcome tuition teachers.
Jumble Station welcomes public donations to help single parents in need whether directly or through sale of such items for their other requirements. The items needed are:
- Electrical items – Fridge, washing machine, TV, DVD player, Hi Fi, Sewing machine, blender, rice cooker, iron etc
- Clothes – adult, teens and kids
- Collectibles and antiques - gifts, decorative items, LPs, DVDs, CDs, toys, watches, cameras, comics
- Books – Novels, investment and motivational etc
- Kitchen ware and furniture
Transport can be provided for undamaged items – please contact Mary below.
To distribute flyers to residents in low cost flats where Jumble Station in Subang and Jumble Station (Jr)in Sunway is located
Cheques Made Payable to: Parents Without Partners Bhd, an NGO which Jumble Station functions as its social entrepreneurship arm.
Jumble Station isworking with a local fashion designer and single father Adrian Ong to conduct sewing classes for underprivileged communities and single parents and also the public for only RM500 a month.
The shop is called Vintage Vibes and is located above the Jalan Othman Bus Station and aims to provide participants with fashion designing skills to supplement their income or for potential business possibilities.
Donation requests in conjunction with festivities
Jumble Station is asking the public if anyone would like to donate toys, school bags, shoes and school uniforms for100 kids of poor single parents. If interested, please contact Mary below.
Operations, mall promotions, bulky pickups and PR
Mary Anne Tan
016 220 2958 (no voice mail)
Single Parents Coordinator/Special projects
012 652 1757
Accounts/Biz Dev Networking
016 273 2000