Desa Amal Jireh

in Children, Differently Abled, Senior Citizens, Tax Exemption, Youth

Who are we Set up Reverend Terence and Mrs.Kamala Sinnadurai  and registered with the Government Welfare Department and the Registrar of Societies with tax-exemption status, for underprivileged children and old folks. It does the work of Rumah Faith (established in 1985) for needy children and Faith Eagle’s Nest (established in 1992) for destitute senior citizens. Nearly 500 (inclusive of the present) needy and poor children have been helped in their education and today many are doing well. They are working as a Civil Engineer, a Nurse, Computer Graduates, Salesmen, Businessmen, a Pet...

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...

Asia Community Service (ACS)

in Children, Differently Abled, Senior Citizens, Youth

Who are we Asia Community Service was established in October 1996, as a non-profit organisation with the vision of empowering people with special needs towards a more meaningful and fulfilling life. The focus however is targeted towards young children and adults with intellectual disabilities. The organisation is governed by a five member Board of Directors and has its base in Penang, a northern state in Peninsular Malaysia. ACS is a member of the Penang State Social Welfare Council. The rationale of setting up the organisation derived from a four year joint research conducted by two of the...

Hospis Malaysia

in Differently Abled, Health, Senior Citizens, Tax Exemption

BACKGROUND/HISTORY When Established: 08/1991 Hospis Malaysia, the first hospice in Malaysia was formed in August 1991. It is born out of the awareness of the importance of introducing and developing professional palliative care for the public.  Hospis Malaysia is an independent charity, and is free from affiliation to other health institutions. Palliative care is the active care for patients with serious life limiting diseases. Thus, Hospis Malaysia strives to provide the best service for patients and their families, where pain management and control of symptoms, as well as monitoring of...

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...

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...

Persatuan Warga Tua dan Kanak-kanak Wilayah Persekutuan

in Children, Recommended, Senior Citizens

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...

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

in Differently Abled, Recommended, Senior Citizens, Youth

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...


Beautiful Gate Foundation for the Disabled

in Differently Abled, Senior Citizens, Youth

Who are we Registration Number: 638388-A When Established: 06/1993 By Whom: Chinese Methodist Church In Malaysia The first Beautiful Gate Disabled People Caring Centre was established in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Subsequently, four other centres were set up in Kepong (Kuala Lumpur), Kampar (Perak), and Seremban (Negeri Sembilan) and Melaka. There are also two Group Home established in Balakong for ex-trainees to live independent lives. After 10 years, they were approved to register as “Beautiful Gate Foundation For The Disabled” on 30th December 2003. Their goal is to enhance the...

Malaysian Red Crescent Society, Tuaran Chapter

in Children, Health, Orang Asli, Senior Citizens, Tax Exemption, Women, Youth

BACKGROUND/HISTORY The Malaysian Red Crescent Society (Tuaran Chapter) was established in 1963 to provide health-related services to the communities within the district of Tuaran, Sabah. The district measures 1166 km2 in size and has a population of around 85,000 (2004 est.) living in 334 villages. The society aims to offer support services to the Fire, Police and Health departments during times of emergency and natural disasters. It also seeks to provide health-related services targeting poor rural folks, and organise community service projects. By recruiting volunteers the society hopes to...

Pelangi Community Foundation

in Children, Differently Abled, Health, Senior Citizens, Women, Youth

Who are we We provide shelter for People Living With HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) who are rejected by family and society.  Homeless PLWHA who have been released from Hospitals but still need to continue medicine intake, dressing of wounds or are at the terminal stage of AIDS will find a safe shelter. The Foundation ensures that necessary treatment is administered and also ensures follow-up treatment with doctors and hospitals. PLWHA are given a clean and hygienic place to stay and nutritional food to assist in the recovery process. The shelter is provided for a period, depending on clients;...

The Salvation Army: Joyhaven Home for The Elderly

in Senior Citizens, Youth

Who are we The Salvation Army in Malaysia is in the business of changing lives. We serve God through helping people in need. Today, The Salvation Army in Malaysia has ten corps and a range of social service programmes that provide both spiritual guidance and practical assistance to people in need. The Army has developed its specialised residential care work with young people and has also developed other services such as homes for the elderly, day care centres, kindergartens and community service centres Joyhaven Home for The Elderly is a home for 24 elderly in...

Phyllis Caring Home

in Senior Citizens

BACKGROUND/HISTORY When Established: 01/1992 By Whom: Madam Phyllis Nathan Phyllis Caring Home was established by Madam Phyllis with help from four churches – SFX, Fatimah, Assumption, and Holy Rosary. There are currently 12 old folks residing in the home. Number of Paid Staff:     2 Sources of Funds:     Churches, public, welfare department Estimated Monthly Expenditure:     RM3,000 ++ NEEDS Donations in Cash: Please contact the home directly Donation in Kind: Consumables like rice, salt, oil, sugar, and toiletries are...

Mount Calvary Home

in Children, Senior Citizens

NEEDS Donations in Cash: Donations to cover operating costs, including funeral costs is very much needed. Description of Needs: Please contact the Home directly for info, thank you Cheques Made Payable to: Mount Calvary Home  

Xim Phou Moon Society

in Children, Differently Abled, Senior Citizens, Support Groups, Women, Youth

Who are we Persatuan Kebajikan Xim Phou Moon is a non-profit, non-sectarian, non-religious welfare-based Non-Government-Organisation (NGO) formed by a philanthropist, set up by Rev Master Loong Sang. It is a registered member of the Social Welfare Council of Selangor, Malaysia and has been an active member of the Council since then. The Society is recognised by 1) The Ministry of National Unity and Social Development of Malaysia. 2) State and National welfare departments 3) The Selangor Social Welfare Council 4) Welfare Ministries and departments of some Asian countries. They have also...

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