CHILD Information, Learning and Development Centre

in Advocacy, Children, Recommended

Who are we For the last 24 years, since 1984, CHILD has lent itself to the cause of Tamil schools to help them regain their rightful place, identity and self-respect in the National education system. CHILD’s engagement has helped to transform the study culture of Tamil school children and forge an amiable working partnership between parents, teachers and the community in many Tamil Schools. Meanwhile, the long-term association of 25 years with Tamil Schools has afforded CHILD the opportunity to study the Tamil school problems comprehensively and test several different remedial modalities...

House of Joy

in Children, Recommended, Youth

Who are we HOUSE OF JOY is a social concern and a non-profit charitable home that administers shelter, care and training to orphans, children and teens who are underprivileged, abused, abandoned and neglected, poor, and delinquent. Besides children’s home, we also give shelter and care to some underprivileged and destitute old folk. House of Joy has been established since 1st August 1992 by Rev Tang Chee Sing and his wife Lee Ching Mun. The aim of House of Joy is to reach out to these needy people, to develop a real sense of worth and a change for the betterment amongst children, teenagers...

Pusat Jagaan Kanak-kanak Kurang Upaya KIRTARSH

in Children, Differently Abled, Recommended, Senior Citizens, Youth

Who are we Pusat Jagaan Kanak-kanak Kurang Upaya KIRTARSH was established in July 2005. It is a non-political,non-racial,non-religious and non-profitable organisation specially established to look into the needs of ‘special children’, mentally disabled and the homeless in their immediate shelter, food, education, therapy, medication and general well-being. There are currently over 50 children, adults and senior citizens in their care. Our services Some of these occupants have Down Syndrome,  are Autistic or slow learners as well as are intellectually disabled.  Some of...

SPCA Selangor

in Animal Welfare, Recommended, Tax Exemption

Who are we The aim of the SPCA is to protect defenceless animals and to alleviate their suffering. SPCA provides temporary shelter to unwanted animals in Selangor and the Federal Territory. These include mainly cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, usually pets that are no longer desired by their owners. From here, we try to re-home as many as possible but with more than 1,100 animals arriving every month (reaching some 13,000 annually), the shelter is constantly challenged by a shortage of space and limited funds. Our services 1. Adoption programme – Members of the public are...

Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Association, Johor Bahru (HANDICAPJB)

in Children, Differently Abled, Recommended

Who are we Founded in May 1990 with only seven children, Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children association Johor Bahru is now custodians of around 220 special needs children; some of our “children” are over 18 years old, but are still quite undeveloped in their mental abilities and physical skills. From our humble beginnings and unwavering mission, we have become Malaysia’s largest benevolent Home. The occupants of the Home include children who have been very cruelly abandoned by their families. Many of the children do not know their biological parents… they consider...

Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Rhema

in Children, Recommended, Single parents

Who are we Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Rhema is a foster home which was formerly known as Pusat Rhema. The Home, based in Seremban, takes care and give shelter to orphans and underprivileged children. There are 25 children (aged between two and 17) in the Home. There are three full time staff and three part time staff looking after the Home.  The home has now extended its services to care for single mothers. Our needs We continuously require funds to cover the monthly budget. We depend very much on the generosity of the public. Below are the major monthly expenditure: kindly contact the...

Happiness Centre For The Mentally Disabled Children

in Children, Differently Abled, Recommended, Youth

Who are we Happiness centre is a safe haven for the intellectually and physically challenged  children of Melaka. This home was founded by Mr. Roy Collar, in  2000. Children who have no one to love or care for them are the first ones to gain acceptance into this special home. Most of these precious children are either abandoned or come from very poor families. Some of them come from broken or single parent homes. Their families are not able to send them to institutions, workshops or day-care centres, which expect a monthly fee. Observation from Hati.my’s site visit:...

Home of Peace

in Children, Recommended, Youth

Who are we Pertubuhan Rumah Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Home of Peace Kuala Lumpur is a registered welfare home with the Registrar of Societies and the Ministry of Welfare Malaysia.  The Home caters for the emotional, psychological and spiritual needs of children from broken homes and underprivileged families. Our objectives The Home was set up with the main objective of providing a stable environment for girls from the squatter areas. Emphasis is placed on education as a means to create a better life for them and to ‘rescue’ their families from their current environment. The Home aims to...

Sunshine Cottage Welfare Society

in Children, Differently Abled, Recommended, Senior Citizens, Youth

Who are we This Residential Care Centre was started in November 1993 by Maria and Edmund who came to stay in Kulim in 1993. The organisation is registered with the Registrar of Companies as Sunshine Cottage. In November 2004, they registered with the Jabatan Kebajikan dan Kemasyarakatan Malaysia (Department of Social Welfare) in Kulim, Kedah and now is known as Sunshine Cottage Welfare Society. Our aims The vision at Sunshine Cottage is to shape a happy and friendly environment that can facilitate the growth of each individual in order to develop his or her full potential. Each person is...

Rumah Jaireh

in Children, Health, Recommended, Women, Youth

Who are we RUMAH JAIREH was set up in Batu Arang on the 7th of June 2005. This home caters to the following needs:- 1) HIV+ women, with or without children, rendered homeless or rejected. 2) HIV+ children made homeless or rejected. 3) Sex workers and female drug addicts. 4) Women and children with special needs who cannot be taken in by other homes or institutions, for some reason or other. Our services The home is open to all faiths and all races and will also serve as a halfway home until a suitable alternative or home can be found e.g. for unwed mothers. There are two experienced...

Philea Home

in Children, Recommended, Youth

Who are we For eight years, Mrs Yoges and her husband have been organising collection of food for poor families, especially families of single mums in Kapar, Klang. They soon realised that poverty brought along abuse and neglect within the families. These families, especially the children need more than just food on the table, they needed a home, a shelter for the children to heal their deep emotional, spiritual and mental wounds in their lives. The home is registered with the State Welfare Department in Klang. This realisation thus brought about the setting up of Philea Home with the aim of...

Shan Childrens’ Home

in Children, Recommended

Who are we Shan Children’s Home came into existence on the 1st of July 2005. It is a home for children from poor or homes where their health, educational and emotional needs are not met. Some have been abandoned by their parents while others have suffered various forms of neglect. Our objective The main objective is to provide a temporary home for a period of three years or so, with view to rehabilitation and eventually to reunite them with their families. Our mission is to rebuild broken lives and to provide them with an environment that ensures good health, education and a bright...

Bethany Home

in Children, Differently Abled, Education, Recommended, Senior Citizens

Who are we The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Malaysia and Singapore established Bethany Home in 1966. They are a Christian organisation that practices Christian values at the same time respecting other religions. This place is for all children from all religions and backgrounds. It was built to provide training and educational programmes for children and adults with disabilities including epilepsy, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, autism and many others. Bethany provides care for children and adults with disabilities from birth onwards, where the eldest is 55 years old. The...

Bridges EIP Centre for Children with Learning Disabilities

in Children, Recommended, Support Groups

Who are we Bridges EIP Centre was set up as a non-profit community project by Petaling Jaya Evangelical Free Church (PJEFC) to help children with learning disabilities become more self-reliant. Their work covers disorders or syndromes which affects a child’s learning curve or development, particularly, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, Down Syndrome, Autism Disorder Spectrum, Cerebral Palsy, and Global Development Delay. The Centre is open to special children of all races and religion aged six years and below. It currently has 19 children under its tutelage. The children are...

Stepping Stones Living Center

in Children, Recommended, Senior Citizens, Youth

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...

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