Who are we

For eight years, Mrs Yoges and her husband have been organising collection of food for poor families, especially families of single mums in Kapar, Klang. They soon realised that poverty brought along abuse and neglect within the families. These families, especially the children need more than just food on the table, they needed a home, a shelter for the children to heal their deep emotional, spiritual and mental wounds in their lives. The home is registered with the State Welfare Department in Klang.

This realisation thus brought about the setting up of Philea Home with the aim of providing shelter to abused children up to the age of 18. Currently, there are 16 children at the home aged up to 17 years. The fostered children come from families of single mums, alcoholics, hardcore poor and drug addicts. The home has only two paid staff with support from volunteers.

Our aims

1. To provide a suitable environment for a wholesome growth
2. To provide a wholesome education
3. To provide security and comfort
4. To provide a sound upbringing and teach the children about discipline
5. To instill self development
6. To instill responsibility
7. To teach basic living skills
8. To nurture children to become mature and independent adults

Our programmes

1) Food Aid
Philea Home provides basic food supplies like rice, sugar, sardines, wheat flour, biscuits, milk powder, cooking oil and bee hoon on a monthly basis to families of hardcore poor and single mums in the area
2) Weekly programmes
The home provides weekly programmes like educational outings and free tuition classes to both resident and fostered children
3) Provision of school supplies
Provisions like school bags, books, shoes, stationery and uniforms are also provided to the fostered children
4) Distribution of used clothes and shoes.
These items are distributed to the poor and needy in areas as far as Kuala Selangor.

Our needs

Estimated Monthly Expenditure:     Approximately RM5000

The home welcome volunteers to help out in tutoring lessons and teaching basic computer skills.

Non-cash donations:

Immediate Needs

  • Mosquito nets
  • School uniforms, bags, shoes, stationery, books and etc for the start of the new school session.
  • Used computers – Microsoft office
  • Milk powder
  • Milo
  • Food items that could be stored
  • Food supplements (vitamins like Multivites)
  • Toiletries (very important –  sanitary napkins, soap, shampoo, toothbrushes, toothpaste and etc)
  • Meat(chicken, fish and etc)

Cheques can be made payable to: ‘Philea Home’ or transfer your donations to Public Bank account: 312 624 3322 under “Pertubuhan Rumah Anak Yatim Kristian Selangor Philea Home” /PRT. RAY Kristian Selangor.

The home also makes cookies to order, please contact the home administrator for more information.

Learn More

Philea Home

Mrs. Yoges MuthuContact Person
[email protected]Email
www.facebook.com/PhileaHome/Website
+603 3290 2830Phone Number
Phone Number
+6012 342 3072 (Yoges)Fax Number
6, Jalan Harapan 5C/KU7, Sungai Kapar Indah, Batu 7, Jalan Kapar, 42200 Kapar,Selangor.Address
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