Food Aid Foundation

in Children, Differently Abled, Environment, Orang Asli, Recommended, Refugees, Senior Citizens, Single parents, Social Enterprise, Sponsors, Support Groups, Youth

Who we are The Food Aid Foundation is managed by professionals with experience in the food services industry and supported by a team of staff comprising of employees and volunteers; with a pool of cooks and drivers, we are ready to serve those in need. Our Values and Accountability We Honour Lives, respect the dignity of every person and treat all with equality and compassion regardless of their race or religion. We Keep Faith with the public trust through efficient and compassionate use of resources entrusted to us and are mindful that our objective is accomplished through the generosity...

Bangsa Ria Centre

in Children, Differently Abled, Education, Support Groups, Youth

Who are we Bangsa Ria as a day-care centre for the disabled and mentally-challenged, was originally run by a church in Bangsar for some years. When the church decided to close down the centre in 2006, the children were literally left in the lurch. The staff too had no other place to go. The parents, despite having helped to raise funds had no recourse as the centre belonged to the church which had the legal right to close it down. Out of desperation, in the same year, parents and well-wishers came together and registered Persatuan Orang Kurang Upaya Bangsa Ria KL & Selangor (Bangsa Ria...

TOLUMIS Care Centre (For Disabled)

in Differently Abled

TOLUMIS (Tolong Orang Lumpuh Menjadi Insan Sempurna): Care centre for the disabled managed by private individual – in 2008 there were 18 physically/mentally challenged children and adults under its care

Pertubuhan Bagi Orang Buta Sabah (Society for the Blind)

in Differently Abled

The Sabah Society for the Blind was established in 1966. However, work for blind in the state started way back in 1962 with the setting up of the first training centre for the blind based in Tuaran known as the Wallace Training Centre for the blind. This was initiated by both the North Borneo Red Cross Society and the Jesselton Rotary Club. In 1971 the training activities at the Wallace Training Centre was shifted to Sungai Manila in Sandakan which is now known as the Taman Cahaya Training Centre for the Blind. The Wallace Training Centre in Tuaran was subsequently converted to a sheltered...

Pertubuhan Bagi Orang-orang Pekak Sabah (Society for the Deaf)

in Differently Abled, Support Groups

The Sabah Society for the Deaf was formed under the auspices of the Rotary Club of Kota Kinabalu. It was registered on 21st January 1975 as a non profit organization with the aim to promote education, employment and general welfare of deaf persons and prevent deafness in Sabah. The Society is managed by a group of volunteers who sit in the council. Although the organization was founded in the mid 1970’s, it was not until later in the 1980’s that the organization started running actively with the formation of the new committee in 1985 and the set up of SSD’s Education Centre...

Pusat Latihan Perindustrian dan Pemulihan Orang Kurang Upaya Bangi

in Differently Abled

Provides Pre-Vocational Training for Young Adults aged 14-25 years (Appliance Repair, Art, Computers and Sewing) and Vocational Training for Adults aged 18-40 years (Information Management, Information Technology, Electronics, Electricians, Tailoring, Prosthetics and Orthotics)

Assistance to Blind Children (ABC)

in Differently Abled, Education

History The Malaysian Association for the Blind (MAB) was established in November 21 1951 in order to look after the welfare of the blind in the country on the initiative of Major D.R. Bridges who was then an officer in the Department of Welfare Services of Malaya. He was a soldier in the British army in Burma and was blinded in the war during the 1940’s. After being rehabilitated in England, he was assigned to work as a welfare officer for the blind in Malaya. Subsequently, he became the first Executive Director of the MAB in the 1950’s. After about 10 years of service in Malaya,...

Persatuan Kebajikan Sri Eden Selangor Dan Kuala Lumpur

in Differently Abled

About Sri Eden PUSAT JAGAAN KANAK-KANAK ISTIMEWA SRI EDEN was started in year 2000 to cater for children with diverse learning difficulties due to behavior problems, disorders or other underlying problems. These children comprise of children diagnosed with the following disorders which inhibits their learning process : Autism Down’s syndrome Mental Retardation Dyslexia Dyspraxia Speech Delayed / Impairment Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Emotional Disturbance Health issues eg. Epilepsy Other Undiagnosed Disorders OUR MISSION “To serve...

Gurney Training Centre for the Blind

in Differently Abled

Our services The Gurney Training Centre (GTC) was set up in 1953 and its main objective is to provide the blind with rehabilitation and vocational training services. Services: Rehabilitation training Counseling Casework Orientation and Mobility Techniques of daily living Communication skills Social skills Recreational activities Vocational Training Courses: Industrial work Woodwork Massage Reflexology Telephony Computer literacy Computer programming Enrichment courses Admission You can apply through your District Social Welfare Office by using the prescribed form provided here. The...