Malaysian Yoga Sports Association

in Advocacy, Children, Education, Support Groups, Talent, Tax Exemption, Women, Youth

Who we are Malaysian Yoga Sports Association is a non-profit tax-exempt organisation founded in 2013. It celebrates the authentic yoga teachings of all traditions, the diversity, harmony and integrity of yoga practices throughout the country and the world. Our mission is to lead the Malaysian yoga community (and the world-wide yoga community), set standards, foster integrity, provide resources, and uphold the teachings of yoga. Malaysian Yoga Sports Association is open to all yogis and yoga organisations in Malaysia. MYSA supports the international standards for yoga teachers...

Malaysian Buddhist Co-operative Society

in Social Enterprise, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Who we are KOPERASI BUDDHISME MALAYSIA BERHAD (BIL DAFTAR: W-6-0292) was registered on the 23 January 1998 as a society with limited liability under the Cooperative Society Act 1993. MBCS, which has 905 members (Central) and 181 members (Penang) totalling 1086 members, with a share capital of RM161,260 (Central) and RM20,100 (Penang), which makes it a total of RM181,360 share capital as at 20 November 2015. MBCS is principally involved in Buddhist funeral, Buddhist pilgrimage, charity luncheon for elderly individuals and property investments. The formation of MBCS was mooted in 1997 with...

Villa Paulos

in Children, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Who are we Villa Paulos was founded by Mr. Paul Netto and incorporated in the year 2008. Located at 16A Jalan Mariamah 80100 Johor Bahru, Johor, the home cares for 18 children aged 7 to 14 years old. Providing shelter for neglected, exploited, abused, abandoned and orphaned children is the goal of villa Paulos. Our funding needs We are housed in a bungalow donated by the late Goh Lum Eng, and entrusted to the care of Bishop Paul Tan S.J., the bishop of Malacca-Johor Diocese. The home is managed by a board that includes members from the Society of St Vincent De Paul, Church of Immaculate...

Persatuan Pemulihan Orang-Orang Cacat Selangor & Wilayah Persekutuan (Rumah Insaniah Dr. Siti Hasmah)

in Differently Abled, Tax Exemption

Who are we The Society for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled Selangor and Federal Territory is a charitable organization founded in 1972. YAB Tun Dr Siti Hasmah binti Mohd Ali is the Patron of our Society. Centre for Rehabilitation Rumah Insaniah Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah was established on 12 March, 1988 to accommodate the disabled while they participate in the rehabilitation programs. Our services, for a nominal fee, are offered to the disabled, both males as well as females, irrespective of their race or religion. The Society helps the disabled to develop and achieve their maximum potential,...

Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Istimewa Hulu Langat

in Differently Abled, Children, Tax Exemption

Who are we PERSATUAN KANAK-KANAK ISTIMEWA HULU LANGAT (PKKI) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation operating a Day Training Centre for children with the objective of helping children who are mentally and physically challenged due to hereditary, prenatal or post-natal and other complications. Our aims To provide therapy, training and self-help skills to disabled children in order to help them, be as independent as possible within their abilities, develop their abilities to their fullest potential, continue maintenance of their abilities and to prevent deterioration of their...

Murad Foundation

in Children, Tax Exemption

Our services Currently, two houses at Gedong Lalang accommodates 40 orphans. Both hostels are registered and approved under Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat.  We plan to build a new hostel by end of this year which will accomodate about 120 to 150 orphans. The new hostel aims to have better rooms, equipment and create a conducive environment for the children. We are planning to introduce ISO:9000 to the managing of the new orphanage home at which will be the first kind in Malaysia.   How you can help us All your donations or contributions are tax deductible. All donation...

Independent Living and Training Centre, Selangor and Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

in Differently Abled, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Who are we Independent Living and Training Centre, Selangor and Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur is a non-profit, charitable organisation established on 6th September 2001 and is registered with the Malaysia Registrar of Societies (ROS). Our aim The main aim of the ILTC is to train and provide residents with all the necessary assistance to develop abilities and to maximize their level of independence so that they are able to achieve as full and as possible no matter what their physical disabilities. History In 1999, a few of us with disabilities decided that the way forward is to take more...

Badan Usaha Didikan Anak Yatim Negeri Kedah (BUDI)

in Children, Tax Exemption

Sejarah kami Badan Usaha Didikan anak-anak Yatim Negeri Kedah di kenali dengan “Rumah Budi” ditubuhkan pada tahun 1982 terletak di pekan yang diasaskan oleh seorang pegawai kerajaan Jabatan Penerangan dan seterusnya di lantik sebagai Ahli Parlimen Jerai iaitu YB Tuan Hj.Ghazali bin Ahmad di kenali sebagai panggilan ‘Pak Su’ dan Tuan Hj.Ahmad bin awang dikenali ‘Pak Teh’ .Selepas mereka meninggal di lantik pula YB Dato’ Hj.Abdullah bin Hj.ismail bekas Exco negeri Kedah.Setelah beliau menarik diri atas sebab keuzuran,dilantik pula YB Dato’ Hj.Abd.R

S P Setia Foundation

in Education, Health, Sponsors, Tax Exemption

Who we are The S P Setia Foundation is a charity trust founded in 2000, through the auspices of S P Setia Berhad, with the aim of helping underprivileged individuals and charitable bodies. Our services Our key areas of interest are: Education, in particular, the Setia Adoption Programme General and Medical Welfare The fund is administered by the Board of Trustees. Our major fundraising activity is the annual charity dinner that has become one of the most highly anticipated and prestigious events of the year. To date, the Foundation has raised a total of RM56.5 million, which it has...


in Children, Health, Sponsors, Tax Exemption

Mission of Make-A-Wish® We grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. History of Make-A-Wish® Malaysia The Malaysian affiliate was launched in 2010 and on average we grant two new wishes every month. We constantly receive new referrals and with only one staff member, we rely on our dedicated volunteers to help us grant wishes and raise funding for our mission. We currently have 30 volunteers and the majority of them are trained as Wish Granters. Founder of Make-A-Wish Malaysia, Sandra Kirwan, expresses...

Association for Mentally Retarded Children Seberang Perai Utara Butterworth

in Differently Abled, Education, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Who are we The Association for Mentally Retarded Children Seberang Perai Utara Butterworth was officially registered on 12.9.1992, as a non profit able welfare organisation. Its primary objective is to provide basic education, living skills and welfare aids to the mentally handicapped children in Seberang Perai Utara, Butterworth. Way back in 1976, it was initiated by a group of concerned parents, social workers and some voluntary clubs in and around Butterworth to form a centre to cater for this group of handicapped children. In the early stage, there were about 12 children and was managed...

Pertubuhan Perkhidmatan Intervensi Awal (PPIA)

in Children, Differently Abled, Tax Exemption

Who we are PPIA is a duly registered non-profit, charitable organisation, committed to serving children and youths with intellectual challenges in and around the town of Batu Pahat, irrespective of race and religion. PPIA is registered under the Registrar of Societies, with the registration number of ROS No. 1624. PPIA is recognised as a tax-exempted organisation and is mainly dependent on public funding. PPIA hopes to change the lives of children and youths with intellectual challenges through education and training, which will help them to progress in life. Our History PPIA was started in...

The Penang Home for the Infirm and Aged (The Penang Home)

in Differently Abled, Health, Senior Citizens, Tax Exemption

The Penang Home for the Infirm and Aged (The Penang Home), established in 1963 is a tax exempt, charitable and voluntary organisation. It is located at no 409, Jalan Masjid Negeri, 11600 Penang, Malaysia. The Penang Home was set up with the objective of providing shelter, care, nursing and rehabilitation for the poor who are infirm and aged, chronically ill and permanently disabled. Applicants for admission to The Penang Home must preferably be 60 years and above, regardless of their sex, race, religion or creed. Applicants must be poor with no means or property to support them and whose...

Special Children Society Of Ampang

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

Who are we We are a tax exempt and non-profit charitable organisation, providing a centre for children and adolescents with various disabilities. Our aim is to help them maximise their full potential and achieve an independent, fulfilled life. Our Centre was established in June 1999 with three students and has now grown to 45 students, their ages ranging from three to thirty-five years. Among some of their disabilities are Down Syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Global Delay, Prader Willi Syndrome, Epilepsy and Slow Learners. Our Mission: To provide education which will enable children and...

Penang Cheshire Home

in Advocacy, Differently Abled, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

History The Penang Cheshire Home was established in 1978 by Toh Puan Datuk Hajjah Sardiah (Consort of Tun Hj. Sardon Jubir, the then Governor of Penang) together with a group of volunteers, with the noble aim of housing the physically handicapped. Over the years, the Home became synonymous with the rehabilitation of the disabled. The Home began in a humble way. Donations from a generous public enabled a wing of the former Po Leung Kuk Home to be renovated and refurbished to house the pioneer batch of six residents. Our services As the years passed by, the Home steadily grew in stature and...

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