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...

Sarawak Society For the Blind, Sibu Division Branch

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BACKGROUND/HISTORY Description of Charity: The Society was registered in 1963 Objectives To work for the introduction and progressive improvement of policies and implementation of the programmes governing the education, rehabilitation, vocational training, employment and social integration and welfare of the blind and other programmes and schemes for the prevention of blindness. Two sheltered workshops, one built in 1969 and another one in 1983. Other buildings were added from time to time to meet the growing demand. Presently 28 blinds are recruited to do handicraft weaving, which is main...

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...

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...

Persatuan Kristian Shuang Fu Untuk Orang-orang Kurang Upaya, Kuala Lumpur

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Who are we Registration Number: (Registrar of societies under the Societies’ Act 1966 When Established: 07/2000 By Whom: Madam Shen Chiu Hsiang Our aims 1. Services – Occupational exploration, emotional counseling, leisure activities 2. Promotions – Social Awareness, Disabled Self-reliant Programmes, Campaign to be Barrier-Free (Building Accessibility Awareness) 3. Advocacy – Enhance and improve the welfare of disabled persons Our Services: Handicraft Training (Physically Disabled) Recycling Training (Mentally & Physically Challenge Disabled; Former Drug...

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...

Rumah Keluarga Kami

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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)

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PECH was started by Rev.Roberts Pandian, Bro.Christopher and a few church believers in January 2004 with two children. Today they have 37 children in our to whom they are providing a homely, comfortable and conducive environment. Efforts are made to provide them with a balanced diet, proper clothing, medical check-ups for their physical well being and proper education as well as spiritual guidance to build their characters to become good and useful citizens. Children are a gift from God, regardless of race, culture, creed or religion. They have committed ourselves to serving the cause of...

Gurpuri Foundation: Foster Home For Children

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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...

Rumah Sayangan

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RUMAH SAYANGAN: Children’s home – where lives are impacted, hope ignited & dreams realised) Rumah Sayangan, a registered Home under the Welfare Dept (Jabatan Kebajikan Masyaraket WPKL), Care Centre Act 1993, began operations as a department under Charis Christian Centre in 1989. Since 1997, the Home has been registered separately as a legal entity under the Registrar of Society. Our objective: The Home’s main objective is to demonstrate God’s love by ministering to underprivileged, abused, abandoned and orphaned children irrespective of race, creed or religion for the...

Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim Dan Ibu Tunggal Kampung Medan

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Who are we Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim Dan Ibu Tunggal Kampung Medan is located in Taman Sri Medan, Petaling Jaya. As an orphan herself, Hajah Kamariah Lasim was determined to setup such shelter since young. Her wish came true when she open up her own home in Taman Sri Medan to orphans and also single mother. Since then, this home, which is registered with the Perbadanan Kebajikan Masyarakat (PBM), has welcomed more than 80 children and 60 single mothers. Our needs Hajah Kamariah runs this home with her own resources. Although public donation do comes in, however it is not on regular basis and...

Shelter Home for (Abused) Women and Children, Seremban

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Who are we A registered non-government, non-profit organisation. It is housed in a three-storey structure which was built with the generous donations from corporate bodies, government bodies, non-governmental organisations, foundations and well-wishers. The Home is run by a group of volunteers – the chairperson, an advisory board, a committee and 12 counsellors. Besides this group of volunteers, there are four salaried staff : a House administrator, two housekeepers and a part-time gardener. The number of dependents staying at the home varies from time to time as the kind of shelter...

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