Who are we

Yellow House Society of Kuala Lumpur is an non-profit organisation registered with the Register of Societies, Malaysia. In 2005, Yellow House was appointed the programme partner of the International Child Art Foundation (ICAF) in Malaysia. It’s vision is to provide opportunities through arts to cultivate the potential of children of diverse backgrounds and capacities, with focus on children in residential care, poor communities and those with special needs.

Yellow House has seen more than 600 children pass its gates. It believes in creating a long-term beneficial association with the children instead of a one-off contribution.

Our objectives
1. To implement programs and activities that promote learning with emphasis on team spirit and service to others.
2. To foster collaborative efforts with governmental and non-governmental organisations, schools, individuals and corporates in community service and development.

Our services

At the core of Yellow House Society is its Healthy Arts (HEARTS) framework. The framework was developed by Yellow House Society involving a process where the children’s potential and achievements are recognised and nurtured. Programmes include creative journaling, academic guidance and reading programmes, special needs & arts/music programme. The school-based community adoption programme is also under way while other programmes like Urban Poor and Family Care Program and Big Brothers Big Sisters Program are being developed.

Yellow House also actively promotes social integration for special children and helps them discover their special abilities and talents.

Our needs

Volunteers are welcome and encouraged to contact them directly to see where and how you can help.

Yellow House

Mr Law Gin KyeContact Person
[email protected] | [email protected]Email
+603 7785 6363Phone Number
+6012 277 2375 (Gin)Phone Number
+603 2166 9122Fax Number
B-5-8, Megan Avenue 1 189 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaAddress
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