The Salvation Army in Malaysia is in the business of changing lives. We serve God through helping people in need.

The Salvation Army made its entrance to Malaya in July, 1938 when Frederick Harvey set up the first centre in a former YMCA building in Penang. He went on to establish a free school on the island for hundreds of poor children, building upon our Founder, General William Booth’s mission to break the cycle of poverty.

Today, the Salvation Army in Malaysia has ten corps and social service centres that provide both spiritual guidance and practical assistance to people in need. The Army has also developed its specialised residential care work with young people and has also developed other services such as homes for the elderly, day care centres, training centres for young people with special needs and kindergartens.

The Salvation Army is registered in Malaysia under an ordinance (Act of Parliament). This is documented in the Laws of Malaysia, Act 690, Salvation Army (Incorporation) Act 1956 (Revised 2008). The Salvation Army in Sarawak is registered under the Sarawak Government Gazette, 1953, The Missionary Societies Order, 1957.

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The Salvation Army Malaysia

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26, 3rd Floor, Jalan Puteri 4/2, 47100 Bandar Puteri Puchong, SelangorAddress
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