VisiMu Education Project

in Children, Education, Youth

Who are we A CSR project under Pusat Jagaan VisiMu One of our initiatives include helping children with their educational and personal development via coordinating free tuition for students in Pulau Banggi, Kudat, Sabah

Kiwanis Malaysia District

in Children, Differently Abled, Youth

Kiwanis International is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

Kechara – A Tsem Rinpoche Organisation

in Children, Education, Environment

We aim to assist people in improving their quality of life by developing inner peace, love, wisdom and happiness. The range of services and programmes offered by Kechara is based on authentic Buddhist teachings from an unbroken lineage featuring a systematic approach to the stages of the Buddhist path to Enlightenment. We emphasise practical ways to integrate Buddhist principles into everyday lives.

IMPIAN Institut Masalah Pembelajaran dan Autisme Malaysia

in Children, Education, Youth

Who are we IMPIAN, a Training Centre for children with Learning Disability and Autism was established in 1998 by two professionals, Y.Bhg. Datin Dr K Mangalaveni (Medical Practitioner) and Y.Bhg.Prof.Dr Zasmani Shafiee (Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist). The purpose of setting up IMPIAN was the realisation to assist and provide opportunities for developing these special children’s potential in the real world. Among the programmes designed in IMPIAN are Early Intervention, Junior, Senior and Adult Programmes with Functional Academics and Vocational Programmes, Sheltered Workshop and Job...

Grace Community Services

in Children, Education, Environment, Health, Senior Citizens, Women, Youth

“We, who have so much, must do more to help those in need. And most of all, we must live simply, so that others may simply live.” Who are we At Grace Community Services (GCS), we are committed to addressing the “mundane horrors” that take place daily out in the streets, hidden in the secrecy of homes or festering in the crevices of our neighbourhoods. Every day, our people are deployed at ground level, rendering practical help to the needy through all various works, welfare homes and service centres. From caring for the abused and abandoned children, feeding the poor to giving support...

Glory Christian Centre Community Care

in Children, Health

GCC Community Care started with the extension of our “Hands of Love” to care for our city and nation as a church of love, faith and purity to fulfill the Great Commission of God. Our objectives are: 1. To reach out to our city and nation through community care. 2. To improve the quality of life of the needy. 3. To provide exposure opportunities for clients and volunteers.

Free Relation

in Children, Education, Environment, Youth

About Us An organization based on an ideal sense of good networking among youths and the young.   Description A project developing online discussion platforms to generate active engagement among World Young and the youth Movement.Members around the world will be central to each fellowship. Free Relation Fellows will organise and lead a series of online discussions and information sharing sessions on key networking issues that they will identify in consultation with the Secretariat and Management Board. Materials for, and the results of, each discussion will be compiled, presented, and...

Green Ribbon Association Kuching

in Advocacy, Children, Support Groups

ABOUT The Green Ribbon Association Kuching is a non-profit voluntary welfare organization established on 26th September 2008 by a group  of volunteers from all walks of life . The Social Welfare Council Of Sarawak accepted the Association as the 36th affiliated member on 23rd march 2009. The Association is set up for the relief and care of Malaysian citizens suffering from multiple illness and their families irrespective of race, religion and creed. The Objectives of the Association 1. To support the establishment of a nursing home, care centre and global positioning system (GPS) help...

Everton Community Service

in Children, Youth

We are a sports charity organisation working towards developing young children and youths who are passionate in soccer.

Educational, Welfare and Research Foundation (KL)

in Children, Education, Youth

Educational, Welfare and Research Foundation (EWRF) over the years has worked at grass-roots as well as at macro level to improve the social, educational and economic welfare of the often marginalised Indian population in Malaysia. Since 1979, EWRF has brought positive changes to thousands of students and community members through various programs. EWRF programmes have been designed to address the academic and social issues plaguing among young Indians in the country especially academically challenged students. Some of the programmes being carried out currently for the underachievers...

DIODE Youth Camps

in Children, Education, Youth

What are DIODE Camps?  The DIODE Camps are leadership camps catered for youths aged 8 to 19. Each of these camps target a specific age group and contains unique key learning points to help youths overcome challenges that are relevant to their stage of life. Through the DIODE, we hope to help youths discover their leadership potential, encourage them to build healthy relationships with other youths and  empower them to make a difference in the community. How will DIODE benefit me? Camp participants will discover their leadership potential through engaging sessions and simulations,...

Dignity for Children Foundation

in Children, Education, Youth

History The history of our work began in 1999. Through the outreach of New Covenant Community Church, Rev. Elisha Satvinder and his wife Petrina, the founders, quickly discovered many underprivileged families in the Sentul area. Concerned over the welfare of the poor in the area, the church began to reach out to the community through basic home improvement services, grocery distribution, arrangement of free medical check-ups, raising support for school supplies, job placements and counselling. They quickly realised that with the limited resources and man-power at their disposal, this work,...

CyberCare Youth Organisation

in Children, Education, Youth

Established in April 1998, CyberCare is a homegrown NGO incorporated under the Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia. Our social objective is to empower youth from the underserved communities to discover and develop their full potential through the use of information technology and life skills coaching. In the long run, we hope to help transform the landscape of social welfare from one of handouts to one of sustainable community care, where the youth can rise to lead and serve the communities they come from. Some of the programmes we have organised include: • Make a Difference (‘M.A.D’)...

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in Children, Education, Health, Other Communities, Youth

Who are we [email protected] (creativity at heart) is a nonprofit child guidance centre that acknowledges young people who often encounter emotional, physiological and social difficulties because of challenging situations they may find themselves in. Our programmes The programmes for young people build emotional resilience and facilitate learning through creative arts. Advocacy on mental health of young people. Publication of therapeutic story books written by children for children. Conduct creative arts workshop for parents and carers to enhance a better relationship and...

Cornerstone Home

in Children

Who are we Cornerstone Home is run by people passionate about children. We believe in the good in them and we try our best to give the best for these underprivileged group of kids. We hope that by giving them the right guidance, education and support, they are able to achieve their dreams in life. Founded in 2003, the home is struggling to make ends meet. The rental of RM1,000 for the two double-storey units is taken care of by a church. The centre is home to 10 boys and four girls aged between two and 15 years. Our needs Monthly expenses:  RM10,000 Provisions School supplies such as...

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