The Salvation Army made its entrance to Malaya in July, 1938. Adjutant Frederick Harvey set up the first Army centre in a vacated YMCA building in Penang. He went on to establish a free school on the island for hundreds of poor children, building upon William Booth’s mission to break cycles of poverty. Over the next ten years the The Salvation Army opened up corps and children’s homes in Ipoh, Melaka, Batang Melaka and Kuching.

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 continued its residential care work with young people and has developed a range of services such as homes for the elderly, day care centres, kindergartens and community service centres.

The Salvation Army in Malaysia is part of the Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar Territory with its Headquarters in Bishan, Singapore.

Mission Statement:

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church.

Our message is based upon the Bible and our ministry is motivated by love for God.

Our mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Community Services
The Salvation Army also conduct other community service under our umbrella.
One of the service that served the public is the “Food Programme”.

Once every month, from our identify list of needy participant, we will give out food parcel ranging from rice, biscuits, noodles, sugars, salt and other necessary goods. Volunteer will help the officer to distribute the food parcel to them at our central location.

All needy participant are screen to ensure that they are really eligible so that those who really in need are cared.

We also invite them to have a meal us in a away to know how they are doing and assist them in other arise in their life.

From time to time, we will also visit them at their home to find out their status.

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The Salvation Army Penang Children’s Home

[email protected] ; penang_children'[email protected]Email
+604 2270 159Phone Number
+604 2270 162Phone Number
+604 2268 032Fax Number
No.35 of 1956, The Salvation Army (INC) Ordinance 1956 Registration Number
No. 8-A, Jalan Logan, 10400 George Town, Pulau Pinang Address
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