Educational, Welfare and Research Foundation (SERDANG)

in Education, Tax Exemption, Women, Youth

EWRF Serdang was established in 2010 and has been actively involved with activities that serve the community in the neighbourhood. Initially, programs were carried out for students around the area, however now has reached a wider range of audience which includes adults/parents. Besides empowerment camps, EWRF Serdang conducts weekly tuition classes and football training for free. Our needs In order for us to proceed with our efforts, we are counting on compassionate people like you who assist us with your valuable contributions, so we can work collectively towards improving our society and...

Persatuan Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Malaysia

in Differently Abled, Health, Support Groups, Tax Exemption, Women

What is SLE? Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), or Lupus for short is a life-long, life-threatening autoimmune disorder that occurs when the body’s immune system turns against its own tissues for reasons that are still unknown.  It can cause severe damage to the body’s tissues and organs i.e. the joints, skin, kidneys, heart, lungs, blood vessels, brain, etc.  90% of SLE patients are women of child-bearing age.   Who is Persatuan SLE Malaysia? Persatuan SLE Malaysia (PSLEM) is registered with the Registrar of Societies as a non-profit, charitable organisation set up to provide...

Hilla Community Centre

in Children, Education, Other Communities, Refugees, Tax Exemption

History A small group of Korean expatriates and Malaysians living in Kuala Lumpur (Ampang, Selangor) recognised the predicament faced by the refugees and started an initiative to help them. The main effort is to provide basic education for children and was started in premises provided by a Korean language studio in Ampang. Initially an informal class had been started to teach simple English to Afghan children. A small group of 7 children started class in October 2007. Teachers served on a voluntary basis. Some Korean expatriates, Malaysian individuals, Uzbekistan nationals and a German...

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...

The Ramakrishna Ashrama Penang

in Children, Tax Exemption

Who are we The Ramakrishna Ashrama (Orphanage), Penang is a charitable organisation founded in 1938 under the inspiration and guidance of His Holiness Swami Bhaswarananda Maharaj who was then stationed at The Ramakrishna Mission, Singapore. Apart from spiritual activities, the Ashrama runs an Orphanage catering for both boys and girls, ages ranging from six to 20 years old. The orphanage admits orphaned children who are poor and needy. These are the children that has no one to care for. The need every help from the society to assist with basic needs and education. The Ramakrishna Ashrama...

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Agathians Shelter

in Children, Tax Exemption, Youth

Introduction: Agathians Shelter is a legally registered welfare home under the name: Pertubuhan Kebajikan Agathians Malaysia (0061-04-7) in ROS, MAKPEM, JKM and LHDN. We are a welfare home located at Petaling Jaya nurturing 35 boys who are either orphans, single parental-child, abandoned or from broken family, the age ranges between 5 till 17 years old. Our mission is to save the children from turn down to the streets. Our Aim is to fulfill all essential needs in every child’s life such as shelter, food, education, care, attention and love. Agathians Shelter was founded by Late...

Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Istimewa Kajang, Selangor (PKIK)

in Children, Differently Abled, Tax Exemption, Youth

Persatuan Kanak-Kanak Istimewa Kajang’s (PKIK) primary aim is to serve and help children / people with learning disabilities on their overall development and help them towards a life as independent and meaningful as possible. Towards this goal, PKIK runs learning/training programmes and support services. Learning / Training Programmes 1. Early Intervention Programme (EIP) for children below 7 years – provides stimulation in all developmental areas such as gross motor, fine motor, cognitive, language / communication, pre-academic, social, self-help. 2. Day Training Programme (DTP) for...

Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-kanak Cacat Taman Megah (PPKKCTM)

in Children, Differently Abled, Tax Exemption

Who are we The Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Taman Megah was initiated in 1997 and was founded by S.K. Manikumar, the late husband of PPKKCTM’s President R. Umah Devi and provides services to physically handicapped and disabled children. The Star reports in March 2009 (The Star report) that there are about 140 multi-racial residents, whose ages range from one month to 55 years old. While most have some form of disability like cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, hydrocephalus, microcephalous, autism, neurofibromatosis, apeth syndrome, vision impairment or are slow learners or physically and...

SPCA Penang

in Animal Welfare, Tax Exemption

The SPCA Penang, formerly known as RSPCA, was founded in 1948. It is a non-profit community-based organization whose primary roles are those of protecting and caring for animals. OBJECTIVES Promote kindness, prevent cruelty and alleviate suffering of animals. We believe that respect for life begins with concern for animals and the environment. MISSION Care for and protect abandoned animals. We are not a ‘no kill shelter’. All animals will only be taken in when the public/pet owners comply to our policies/regulations. Educate the community by actively promoting an ethical attitude in...

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...

Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation – Selangor Centre

in Children, Differently Abled, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Who are we The Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation is a non-profit organisation with tax-exempt status. It relies totally on donations to fund its various activities. It started with its first Down Syndrome Centre at Petaling Jaya in 1989 and expanded to Johore Bahru, Klang in Selangor, Seremban in Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Kota Kinabalu in Sabah and Ipoh, Perak. Besides its official website www.kdsf.org.my, Kiwanis has a disability information  website which is very informative and helpful, here. Our mission The Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation is committed to the welfare of children with Down...

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...

Pusat Harian Harapan Bakti (Centre for Special Children)

in Children, Differently Abled, Tax Exemption

Who are we Pusat Harian Harapan Bakti, Balik Pulau (School For The Mentally Retarded Children) Balik Pulau, Penang was set up in March 1983 to cater for children with learning difficulties in the South-West District of Penang in Malaysia. It was officially declared open on 16th February 1984. Our objectives Support the children’s right to education Develop realistic goals for the children so that they will be more able to function purposely in community Protect the basic human rights of mentally retarded children. Encourage parents and family involvement in the child present...

Persatuan Untuk Insan Bermasalah Intelek Perak (Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan)

in Children, Differently Abled, Education, Support Groups, Tax Exemption

Background Established in 1991, Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan is one of six schools under the wing of Persatuan untuk Insan Bermasalah Intelak Perak or Perak Association for Intellectually Disabled (PAFID). The objective of the school is to provide education/training for children with intellectual disabilities. Sekolah Semangat Maju Sitiawan provides education for about 70 mentally disabled children and the school is run on a non-profit basis managed by volunteers. Parents of the children are also trained to take care of the children’s special needs. The New Zealand government supports the...

United Voice

in Social Enterprise, Tax Exemption

Who are we United Voice is a self-advocacy group for persons with learning disabilities. Its vision is to form a national body for persons with learning disabilities in Malaysia. Our objectives To provide a meeting place for persons with learning disabilities where they help and support each other. To develop leadership, independent skills, and confidence among members so that they can speak for themselves and make their own decisions. To speak and act on behalf of other persons with learning disabilities. To promote self-advocacy and form self-advocacy groups throughout Malaysia. To make...

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