Stepping Stones Living Center

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Who are we Stepping Stones Living Centre is a home for underprivileged children and senior citizens, set up by Pastor Johnson. It is situated in Lot 102 C, Jalan Sungei Dua, Taman Seputeh, 58000 Kuala Lumpur. The residents of the Living Centre are housed in five premises in Taman Seputeh, Kuala Lumpur. This is a fully residential centre. We provide basic facilities for the underprivileged children, distressed widows/mother and abandoned old folks. Our homes The premises are categorised: 1. House No.111, Jalan Tanjong 12, Taman Seputeh, 58000 Kuala Lumpur. We have 10 preschoolers. They attend...

Pertubuhan Rumah Amal Cahaya Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (RACTAR)

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Who are we Pertubuhan Rumah Amal Cahaya Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (RACTAR) is a non-profit organisation (NGO)and is a home for orphans and poor girls from all over Malaysia. Aged between 5 and 20. Teenagers age between 17 to 20 years old are attending a one year vocational training in sewing. There is a charity shop in the premise that sells donated items to the public. Number of Dependants: 61 Girls Estimated Monthly Expenditure: approximately RM25,000 Our needs The home needs volunteers to help the girls with their education. Donation in Kind: We also welcome donation in the form of old...

Persatuan Warga Tua dan Kanak-kanak Wilayah Persekutuan

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Who are we Having experienced the difficulty of growing up in a poor family, Brothers Bathumalai and Vinod s/o Apparau are committed to help the neglected ones including children and old folks who need love, shelter and education. Currently, the home provides shelter to 20 children from six months old to 19 years old and 15 senior citizens age 48 to 70 years old in a double storey house of 4 rooms in Kepong.   There are a number of the children could not be enrolled because they do not have a birth certificate. Mr. Bathumalai is very concerned about the future of children’s...

Asrama Penyayang Nur Iman (Nur Iman Orphanage)

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Who are we Asrama Penyayang Nur Iman, is a home for children who are orphans and poor, was established in 2004 by Ustazah Sharimah. Currently, there are about 75 residents in the home between six to 15 years, including: Orang Asli Orphans Poor children who drop out of school Ustazah Sarimah is assisted by several volunteers, including her husband (Mr. Azman, the Sentul traders at the market Gombak) and relatives of her husband who live nearby. Hostel comprises three houses: for male, female and the mosque/place of study, and a hall to eat and learn. Our needs Estimated Monthly...

Persatuan CHILD (Caring and Helping Individuals Learn and Develop)

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Who are we CHILD (Caring and Helping Individuals Learn and Develop). CHILD was formed in October 1995 and was fully registered with the Registrar of Societies in 1998. The Society was formed to complement the Government’s effort in providing the following facilities for children and teenagers: Our services Provides counselling, support, job placement and assistance for children with Learning and Intellectual disabilities. Runs the CitaCita Learning Centre for Children with Special Needs. Also has a Helpline, support groups and resource centre for parents. Our aims To setup a learning...

Pusat Harian Harapan Bakti (Centre for Special Children)

in Children, Differently Abled, Tax Exemption

Who are we Pusat Harian Harapan Bakti, Balik Pulau (School For The Mentally Retarded Children) Balik Pulau, Penang was set up in March 1983 to cater for children with learning difficulties in the South-West District of Penang in Malaysia. It was officially declared open on 16th February 1984. Our objectives Support the children’s right to education Develop realistic goals for the children so that they will be more able to function purposely in community Protect the basic human rights of mentally retarded children. Encourage parents and family involvement in the child present...

Persatuan Membantu Orang-orang Kurang Upaya (Akal) Negeri Kedah

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Who are we The society was officially registered with 11 core members. The number of core members has since increased to more than 50. Our services The society’s main project is the ‘Day Centre for Special Children’. Together the 11 members combined their resources to set up the Day Centre by renting the lower part of a two storey kampung (village) house. (The owner of the house stayed with his family on the upper storey). It was very small, only able to accommodate about 20 people. Two years later, the local government donated a single storey bungalow at the current...

Persatuan Untuk Insan Bermasalah Intelek Perak (Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan)

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Background Established in 1991, Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan is one of six schools under the wing of Persatuan untuk Insan Bermasalah Intelak Perak or Perak Association for Intellectually Disabled (PAFID). The objective of the school is to provide education/training for children with intellectual disabilities. Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan provides education for about 70 mentally disabled children and the school is run on a non-profit basis managed by volunteers. Parents of the children are also trained to take care of the children’s special needs. The New Zealand government supports the...

Association of the Network for the Needs of Children with Disability (Perak)

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Who are we Association of the Network for the Needs of Children with Disability (Perak) was officially registered by the Registrar of Societies in 1996.(Reg no. 4213/96). Network was formed by parents who have children with disability together with professionals & interested individuals. The main aims are:- 1) To create and foster a cooperative networking of the various social agencies involved in meeting the needs of children with disabilities 2) To promote continuous, effective planning to benefit the children with disabilities and their parents and carers 3) To ensure the availability...

Taman Sinar Harapan Tuanku Ampuan Najihah Seremban

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Who are we The institution was set up in 1947 by the then Ministry of Social Welfare. It is situated about 3km from the town of Seremban. In 1978, the institution was designated especially for the care and training of mentally handicapped children. Accordingly it was renamed to its current name from State Home for Children, in honour of its Royal Patron, DYMM Tuanku Ampuan of Negeri Sembilan. Until 1983, the institution provided care for all categories of mentally disabled children with low to average functioning abilities. From 1984, it accepted only children below the age of 14 and who were...

Society of Families of Persons with Learning Difficulties (PERKOBP)

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Who are we PERKOBP has its origin as an informal support group formed in early 1992 by a group of parents who were concerned with the welfare of their children with learning difficulties. At that time, about 25 families took turns to meet in their homes to discuss the needs of their teenage children who had just completed various training programmes. There were no further services available for them nor could they hold a job because of their learning difficulties. The group got itself registered with the ROS as a society on 20th Nov 1993. Currently, they have about 300 members. Membership is...

St. Joseph’s Home

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Who are we The home was first founded in 1891 and was then known as St Joseph’s Orphanage. With the changing trends in society in the 1990’s and the rise in problems faced by families, there was pressure to expand the services of the orphanage in order to be more responsive and relevant in society. Hence St. Joseph’s Orphanage opened its doors to include not only orphans, but also to boys and girls of all religions and ethnicity who came from very poor socio-economic and psychological backgrounds. St. Joseph’s Orphanage became St. Joseph’s Home. We have 39...

Children’s Protection Society

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Who are we The Children’s Protection Society is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation, catering to the needs of neglected and abandoned children. It was officially launched in April 1992 by Puan Sri Chui Kah Peng. Our objectives The immediate objective of the Society is to provide the children at risk, a safe and homely environment. They focus on the emotional and physical development of each individual child, together with the enhancement of their educational, social and recreational skills. In the long term, they hope to develop alternative option for each child’s future. The...

Sanathana Dharma Ashram Foster Home for Underprivileged Children Manjung Hindu Sabha (MHS)

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Who are we The orphanage was founded in 1996, the foster home was established by Manjung Hindu Sabha (MHS), an organisation working under the umbrella of the Malaysia Hindu Sangam. The home was set up with the aim of improving of the general welfare of needy children. The children have either been orphaned, abandoned, abused, or from a poor social background. They are looked after by staffs who also came to the ashram seeking shelter. Currently, there are 23 boys and 22 girls, aged between three to 19 years old. Our needs The average expenses of the orphanage per month are RM 2,500-00...

Borneo Child Aid Society

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Who are we Borneo Child Aid Society is a Malaysian registered NGO providing education for underprivileged children. It provides education and healthcare primarily to children of plantation workers in Malaysia’s North Borneo state of Sabah. These children are largely without access to basic education because of distance, poverty or legal status. At the time of writing, they operate a total of 87 small schools or Pusat Bimbingan in different plantations in Sabah, spread out from Tangkulap, located about 50 km from Telupid in the Sandakan Area, to Sebatik 2, located about 10 km from Tawau....

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