Penang Handicapped Welfare Association “Pertubuhan Kebajikan Insan Penyayang Pulau Pinang” was established on June 1, 2010 to ensure that the needs of the mentally retardation and physically handicapped people in our society are fulfilled. Our centre provides shelter , food, clothes and courses to train them to be independent.

Our centre has about 25 inmates now and handicapped children number are expanding rapidly . We are totally dependent on donations from well-wished to up-keep then centre and to pay for the inmates daily necessities. This home is a voluntary and a non- profit organisation and is under donation from public.

Our mission

To adopt and take care of mentally retarded and physically handicapped children such as down syndrome,Spastic,Cerebral Palsy, Hyperactive and Autism,irrespective of race and religion.

Our services

› To take care and train them on their Activities of Daily Living (Dressing,Bathing,Eating,Mobility and continence)。

› To train and educate child according to their special ability so that they will be able to live independently in future.

PKIPPP Is a voluntary and non-profit organisation under public donation,we totally depend on donations from various non-government associations,societies,companies and also individuals to meet the expenditure of PKIPPP.

Any little contribution from you goes a long way for us.

RHB bank acc: 207-037-000-53910

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Pertubuhan Kebajikan Insan Penyayang Pulau Pinang (PKIPPP)

[email protected]Email
+604 658 5166 Phone Number
+604 659 5166Fax Number
Established since 2010Year of Establishment
PPM-026-07-06012010Registration Number
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