Society of Families of Persons with Learning Difficulties (PERKOBP)

in Children, Differently Abled, Recommended, Support Groups

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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St. Joseph’s Home is a charitable organization dedicated to supporting underprivileged children by addressing their needs and providing them with a quality education and essential life skills. The home, established in 1865, has been caring for children from disadvantaged backgrounds, currently accommodating 17 individuals aged 6 to 17. The organization welcomes volunteers to serve as care-givers, with responsibilities ranging from cooking and supervising homework to providing haircuts and offering educational support in Bahasa Malaysia, English, and Mathematics. Technical skills and...

Children’s Protection Society

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The Children’s Protection Society is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established to address the needs of neglected and abandoned children. Founded by Puan Sri Chui Kah Peng in April 1992, their primary objective is to offer at-risk children a safe and nurturing environment, focusing on their emotional and physical development, education, social skills, and recreation. The society strives to provide alternative options for each child’s future. The children under the care of CPS often come from broken homes, abandoned orphan cases, or difficult situations due to...

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...

Indigenous Children’s Learning Centres (ICLC)

in Children, Education, Orang Asli

The Indigenous Children’s Learning Centres (ICLC) was founded in 2011 as Borneo Child Aid by Rosalyn Dawila Venning, with her husband Torben Venning’s support. Rosalyn, having grown up in Tawi-Tawi, Philippines, intimately understands the culture, communities, and challenges in the area. While initially based in Sabah, Borneo, Rosalyn and Torben now oversee the project from their home in Denmark, visiting the Philippines regularly. ICLC’s Executive Director, Michael Dawila Venning, brings a biologist’s perspective and a deep connection to Sabah. He aims to...

Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak-anak Yatim Kelantan (PEKAYATIM)

in Children, Youth

Who are we In 1993, the housing development corporation of Taman Desa Rahmat started out an Al-Quran class at the housing area’s mosque; Masjid Al Khairiah as part of their contribution to the community. This class expands to a Tahfiz Al-Quran school for children with the help of Ustaz Hilmy al-hafiz in 1994. The students who are admitted comprises of orphans [boys] from all over Kelantan. In 1996, the Tahfiz Al-Quran centre officially becomes PEKAYATIM, which is a part of PEYATIM – Pertubuhan Kebajikan Anak Yatim Malaysia [Malaysian Orphans’ Welfare Organisation] (Reg. No:...

St. Barnabas Home & Community Centre

in Children, Youth

St. Barnabas Home & Community Centre is a licensed facility, founded in 1988 by the St. Barnabas Church in Klang. It received a Community Awareness Service Provider (CASP) award in 1999 under the Malaysian Humanitarian Foundation (MHF). The center aims to provide care and support to children aged six to 18, helping them complete their education and find employment opportunities. While currently housing 17 children, their new building allows for a maximum capacity of 40. To support their cause, individuals can volunteer or donate in-kind items such as mattresses, pillows, bed sheets,...

Shelter Home for Children (Pusat jagaan kanak-kanak Shelter)

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Who are we Shelter home for children, a registered welfare organization, was set up in June 1981. guided by the vision of giving children ‘at risk’ a childhood and future by protecting, guiding and healing them, and by building strong communities and loving families. Our aimsShelter’s services and initiatives are aimed at:– Providing care for abused, abandoned, neglected or at-risk children through our residential homes, counselling, therapy and other services– Raising public awareness on child abuse/protection, parenting and youth issues, and equipping individuals with...

Rumah Keluarga Kami

in Children, Recommended, Youth

Who are we Society of St.Vincent de Paul in Kajang set up this home. It is registered with the Social Welfare Department. It serves as a home for underprivileged children. Since its inception, over 100 children have resided in the home. At present there are 39 children at the Home; age four to 18. Our aims The home’s main aim is to provide these underprivileged children with proper nutrition, care, education, a safe place to stay, other basic needs and most of all, love. It is hoped that the efforts of the home will be able to help the children to become useful citizens in society. Our...

Praise Emmanuel Children’s Home (PECH)

in Children, Recommended, Youth

PECH was initiated by Rev. Roberts Pandian, Bro. Christopher, and several dedicated church believers in January 2004, commencing with just two children. Presently, they provide a nurturing, comfortable, and conducive environment to 37 children. The organization diligently works to ensure these children receive a well-rounded upbringing, encompassing a balanced diet, adequate clothing, regular medical check-ups to safeguard their physical health, quality education, and spiritual guidance to instill strong character, thus molding them into responsible and productive citizens. Their commitment...

Pertubuhan Anak Yatim Dan Kebajikan Darul Izzah

in Children, Youth

Established in 1996, the organization is a non-profit dedicated to providing shelter and education to orphans and underprivileged children. The Home operates its own religious school, Asrama Darul ‘Izzah, offering free education to 30 boys and 22 girls, aged seven to 17 years old. Alongside academics, extra-curricular activities are integrated into the curriculum to foster the holistic development of these children, nurturing them into responsible, ethical, and healthy adults. The boys’ hostel is located in Bangi, Selangor, while the girls’ hostel is situated in Temerloh,...

Gurpuri Foundation: Foster Home For Children

in Children, Recommended, Youth

Who are we Gurpuri Foundation was established on 27 Oct 2000 to provide shelter and care to children who had none. It is now an established, non-profit provider of care services for children in Malaysia. Committed to advocating for disadvantaged children, the foundation identifies areas of greatest need for children and youth, and works in partnership with the community to meet those needs. Gurpuri Foundation was founded as part of a nationwide movement to get orphaned children into a loving and caring environment where they can blossom into responsible adults. Giani Sukhdaiv Singh Ji with...

Yellow House

in Children, Refugees, Support Groups

Yellow House KL is a not-for-profit grassroots community organization located at 213, Lorong Ikan Emas 2 Kampung Ampang Campuran, 68000 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor. It is dedicated to improving lives to be more sustainable for homeless people, urban poor, and refugee communities in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. The organization was started by Shyam Priah, a psychologist and a former corporate responsibility strategist, who has been working on social causes for more than a decade. Yellow House KL promotes volunteerism and social impact amongst some of the social issues faced in Malaysia, namely...

World Vision Malaysia

in Children, Support Groups

Who are we Description of Charity: World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Our objectives World Vision seeks to build a better world for children by helping the poor to help themselves, working with them to build sustainable futures for their children, families and communities through emergency relief, education, health care, economic development and promotion of justice. Estimated...

Sri Shenbagavali Asram Berhad

in Children, Youth

Who are we Mr. Veerasingam and his wife felt pained whenever coming across children who were abused or neglected, and so decided to do something to help. The home strives to give proper care and education to poor and abandoned children. There are currently 32 children staying at the home, ranging from one to 18 years old. There are a few single parents living with them who are helping out with daily chores. The home is also in contact with a few orang asli villages, and provides them with some of their donated items (donated to them) from time to time. Only two paid staff are employed to help...

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