Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim Dan Ibu Tunggal Kampung Medan

Children, Recommended, Women

Contact personHajah Kamariah Lasim
Websiterumahanakyatimkampungmedan.blogspot.com
Phone number+603 7781 4402
AddressNo.9 Lorong PJS 2C/11C, Taman Sri Medan, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim Dan Ibu Tunggal Kampung Medan is seeking the following types of donations:
  • Cash

Who are we

Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim Dan Ibu Tunggal Kampung Medan is located in Taman Sri Medan, Petaling Jaya. As an orphan herself, Hajah Kamariah Lasim was determined to setup such shelter since young. Her wish came true when she open up her own home in Taman Sri Medan to orphans and also single mother. Since then, this home, which is registered with the Perbadanan Kebajikan Masyarakat (PBM), has welcomed more than 80 children and 60 single mothers.

Our needs

Hajah Kamariah runs this home with her own resources. Although public donation do comes in, however it is not on regular basis and it is always barely sufficient. For this reason, sometimes the daily meal is only rice with black soya sauce. In order to make additional income, the single mothers make cookies for sale. For the fortunate some, they manage to hold a job. The single mothers that have registered themselves with PBM do receive some small amount of allowance monthly.

Volunteers are welcome, please contact organisation for more details about how you could help.

All forms of donations are welcome. Staple necessities such as rice, cooking oils, flours and sugar. The children with age range from pre-school to secondary school are given Quran study class by a hired teacher. Hence activity Yasin prayer is occasionally held. A computer facilty is also available in this home.

Donations in Cash: Cash is needed to pay for utility bills, tuition fee, medical needs and also for clothing. Cheques Made Payable to: Kamariah binti Lasim

Direction/ Map:

From Old Klang Road, head towards the Pantai Express Toll. Take the first left after the toll, and take another left after Gerai PJS 2C and Pusat Aktiviti Kanak-Kanak (both on the left). After taking the turn, you should see Pasar Mini Pilihan Murni, a clinic and a mosque on your right. Drive along pass the mosque till you come to a T-junction. Turn left and drive till the next T-junction (Tadika Semut Comel should be right in front on the junction). Take another left and turn into the second street on the right hand side. The home will be on the right side, towards the middle of the stretch of houses.

 


 
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One Comment

  1. If I wasn’t one of the child that growing up from the house, I would admire her. I’m not posting it here so that u guys would see the bad side of Hajah Kamariah which we, as the kids there, called her ‘nenek’. On the article,it stated that the orphanage daily need is barely sufficient, ya know, it is a total lie. She even sell the things that people donated to the orphanage such as oil, sugar, rice, etc. Even the orphans aren’t allow to use the computers and laptops that were donated by some people. She always give whatever things that were supposed to give to the orphans to her family instead. She even bought cars and houses for her family. And the orphans and single mother probably only have 30% of those. And u know the worst part is she bias on the single mother. And she always use my mom for her own good. She even treated my mom like her maid, even a maid get her own pay. There’s four weeks a month right? And if my mom absence for 2 days, even if she had an emergency, she wouldn’t get her pay. Every single mother there had their own pay. Hm.. it’s hard to explain it here. But hey, actually I’m actually writing it here so that u guys won’t get fooled by her. And watch out, some of the kids there, aren’t really an orphan. Some of them are Hajjah’s granddaughters and grandsons and their parents are living healthy with some of the money that Hajjah gave them . I sincerely wish that the orphanage would close some day and people wouldn’t get fooled by Hajjah, no, no more.

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