Persatuan Daybreak Untuk Kebajikan Orang-Orang Cacat Kinta, Perak

Differently Abled

Contact personEn. Siu Tack Chuan
Email addressinfo@daybreak.org.my
Websitewww.daybreak.org.my/
Phone number+605 3235 908
Phone number+605 3235 909
Fax number+605 3235 910
AddressLot 75242, Jalan Pulai, RPT Pengkalan Pegoh 31500 Lahat, Perak
Registration number4204/96 (Perak)
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DAYBREAK is an acronym for Disabled Adults and Youths Being Rewarded, Encouraged and Awarded in Kinta.

Our story began in 1992. Initiated by the Social Concerns Committee of the Canning Garden Methodist Church (CGMC), we started out in a rented shop house in Ipoh’s famous “Old Town” as Daybreak Centre. A first of its kind, we set out to help the disabled find a meaningful place in society by providing a training ground in specialized skills and a retail center for their handicrafts. Within two years, our trainees grew in numbers. There were also many who were successfully placed in permanent jobs that we decided to move our Training department to a larger premise in Gopeng so we could reach out to those living around that area and help them benefit from our program too. However, our Administration and Handicrafts departments remained in Ipoh.

OUR VISION

We are always on the lookout for passionate and enthusiastic men and women of all ages to connect with our vision of:

empowering people with disabilities regardless of race or creed,

to help them become self-reliant, independent and integrated members of society.

Our Corporate Mission

  • To provide skills-training for people with disabilities so that they can be usefully and gainfully employed.
  • To seek suitable employment for people with disabilities.
  • To provide a sales outlet for all products made by the disabled.

Our Core Values

In order to accomplish our core values, we here at Daybreak strives to create an environment that embodies certain core values with strong humanitarian undertones:

  • Humanity
  • Compassion
  • Humility
  • Charity
  • Impartiality

It is clear that we are very mindful of taking a focused approach in our humble attempts to make positive transformations to the lives of the disabled. Simply because we are convinced that, every disabled person deserves to be treated with respect and dignity, and is entitled to a fair, safe and humane living environment.


 
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