• Welfare

AUTORR FOUNDATION

Is a rest and recreation centre for senior citizens and their families. The centre is currently under construction at Ampang and is set to be the first of its kind in Asia. Upon its completion, elderly citizens who feel bored staying at home will now have a place where they can rest and relax whilst making friends with others their age and learn new skills or talent – an opportunity which they never had in their younger years. AUTORR FOUNDATION also functions as a bridge between orphans and the elderly. The elderly get to play their role as a mentor to these orphans by sharing the lessons that life may hand them and provide the much needed emotional support to them.

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Beautiful Gate Ministry

Cares for the disabled through peer counseling and home visitation. The Ministry also provides food, accommodation, living skill training, working skill training, social work services, educational services, mobile therapy services and awareness activities to meet the needs of the disabled. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life of people with disabilities, and assist in their total integration into mainstream Malaysian society.

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The Befrienders Kuala Lumpur

Is a charitable and non-profit organization that offers free and confidential emotional support to the despairing, distressed or suicidal. Befrienders KL is affiliated to Befrienders Worldwide, the international umbrella organisation based in UK. Its vision is to help create a world in which fewer people feel the need to end their own lives.

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The Budimas Charitable Foundation

Is under the royal patronage of Her Royal Highness, Duli Yang Maha Mulia Seri Paduka Baginda, Raja Permaisuri Agong. Its mission is to provide guidance and funding in support of the welfare and well-being of orphans and underprivileged children in Malaysia. The Foundation helps to feed, clothe, care and support these children in every possible way to ensure that they have a fair chance at a better future, full of hope and love. So reach out to these children today by donating via CIMB Cares.

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Bethany Home

Established with the mission to improve the quality of life of the disabled and their respective families, BH believes in equipping the physically impaired with skills needed to live a fulfilling and independent lives whilst enjoying maximum opportunities and rights within a supportive environment. The Home offers a comprehensive range of services to cater for the needs of both disabled children and adults.

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Damai

Is a non-profitable organization which acts as a representative for disabled Malaysians from all walks of life. Since its establishment in 1998, Damai has been successfully managed by the disabled themselves and has helped to make a positive difference in the lives of the disabled and non-disabled in various aspects. The Association helps to train the disabled to lead independent life through its various activities, one of which includes: Rehabilitation programmes. Basic English Language communication skills. Basic learning computer classes. Job placements for disabled members. Wheelchair repairing workshop. User Wheelchair facility.

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Desa Amal Jireh

Is a private, independent welfare organization that serves the needs of needy children, destitute senior citizen and those above 50 years of age through Rumah Faith, Faith Eagle’s Nest and Eagle’s Nest ICT Centre respectively. DAJ believes in educating the poor and underprivileged to give them hope and create opportunities to help them make it in life. Do reach out to them and help make the world a better place.

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GRACE HOME

A home for homeless and destitute women, established since 1980. The home provides food, shelter, clothing and medical aid in a loving and caring environment. Many destitute women found hope and adjusted to new life of grace and dignity through services provided by Grace Home.

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Persatuan Penjagaan Kanak-kanak Terencat Akal Johor Bahru

Established back in 1990, this Association is currently caring for more than 200 special children with multiple disabilities such as visually impaired, physically and mentally challenged, autistic, paralytic, down syndrome, spastic, cerebral palsy and others. Caring for these special children is no easy task, especially when it comes to finding funds to cover its huge monthly expenses. So, why not lend them a helping hand so that we can help to provide these children with life’s basic necessities?

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Kuala Lumpur Lions Renal Centre

Is a voluntary organization that offers subsidised dialysis treatment to kidney failure patients from the lower income group. Thus, helping these patients maintain a reasonable quality of life. The Centre relies heavily on public funding in order to carry out subsidized dialysis treatments to kidney failure patients. Hence, cash contributions from Charitable Organizations and the public is crucial in order for KLLRC to continue reaching out to the kidney failure patients.

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Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Bukit Kiara

Is a voluntary service organization committed to humanitarian service. The Club is carrying out community service projects in the various sectors to benefit the underprivileged community in Malaysia and other parts of the world. Major projects include Feeding the Blind and Needy, Welfare Homes, Health and Eye Screenings, Blood Donation & Organ Pledge Campaign, Medical Aids, Youth Outreach, and Environment. We appreciate your kind donations via CIMB Cares and all monies are for the funding of these projects. You can make a difference to the lives of the underprivileged ! For inquiry, kindly email to bukitkiara@gmail.com The Centre relies heavily on public funding in order to carry out subsidized dialysis treatments to kidney failure patients. Hence, cash contributions from Charitable Organizations and the public is crucial in order for KLLRC to continue reaching out to the kidney failure patients.

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The Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA)

Is a non- governmental, non-profit charity organization registered under the Societies Act of Malaysia. MMHA provides psychiatric rehabilitation service at our centre, conducts seminars and awareness programmes for the general public as well as educational programmes for care givers and family members of those with mental illness. For these, we depend on financial support from well wishers to ensure that our programmes can reach out to, and benefit, as many people as possible.

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MAKNA

(Majlis Kanser Nasional or the National Cancer Council) is a not-for-profit social enterprise mainly tasked to pool and utilise every effort, expertise and financial aid from every faction of society, and to fight cancer and reduce the related pain, suffering and morbidity that cancer patients and their families often experience. MAKNA registered under the Register of Societies on 10th November 1994 and officially launched on 30th March 1995. For MAKNA Cancer Information services needs, please call our helpline at 1-800-88 MAKNA (62562).

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The National Autism Society of Malaysia

Was formed by a group of parents and professionals back in 1986 with the aim of delivering lifelong services to individuals affected by autism. To date, the Society has become a national charitable organisation which provides a range of support services to assist people living with autism, especially young children and their families. NASOM also provides educational and intervention programmes for its students, including intensive early and early intervention programmes, elementary intervention and mainstreaming programmes, pre-vocational and vocational training programmes as well as a residential programme.

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Kuala Lumpur Lions Renal Centre

Is a voluntary organization that offers subsidised dialysis treatment to kidney failure patients from the lower income group. Thus, helping these patients maintain a reasonable quality of life. The Centre relies heavily on public funding in order to carry out subsidized dialysis treatments to kidney failure patients. Hence, cash contributions from Charitable Organizations and the public is crucial in order for KLLRC to continue reaching out to the kidney failure patients.

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The National Council for the Blind

Malaysia is a non-governmental and non-profit organization registered under the Societies’ Act of Malaysia. NCBM strives to ensure that Braille is made available to the blind and visually impaired students to empower them to participate meaningfully in community concerns besides promoting their socio-economic advancement. Through its collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Malaysia, the Council ensures that these students enjoy their rights to Braille text books and reference materials, whereby, giving them equal opportunities to education.

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Rumah Anak Yatim Shifa

Is an orphanage home which endeavours to improve the lives of destitute orphans. These children are given basic trainings like cooking, sewing, dancing, gardening, housekeeping as well as trained in the art of self defence. The orphanage is mainly funded by money from its founder himself as well as individuals, NGOs and corporate companies alike. Your cash contribution is much needed to improve the lives of these children and to help them create a better future for themselves.

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Persatuan Untuk Orang Kurang Upaya Akal Selangor Dan Wilayah Persekutuan

Was initialized by a group of concerned parents and voluntary workers under the sponsorship of the then Rotary Club of Klang and Port Swettenham. To date, the Association caters for more than 560 children with varying mental disabilities through 12 of its special schools. With its aim of providing education, training and care for the mentally handicapped children and adults, the Association hopes to help them realize their full potential.

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PENANG DEAF ASSOCIATION

PDA’s members are the deaf individuals themselves.
Despite their disability, these special individuals are determined to help its members by:

  • Improving the quality of life for the deaf in this country.
  • Uniting the hearing impaired and help them achieve social economic as well as individual self improvements.
  • Upholding equal rights for the deaf in this country.
  • Fostering and enhancing communication within the deaf community.
  • Fostering understanding and close cooperation among the deaf community.
  • Organising sports and recreational activities for the deaf community.
  • Providing advice to the deaf and their guardians on matters relating to work, family life and social relationships.
  • Encouraging the deaf to integrate and blend into the community.
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PERTUBUHAN KEBAJIKAN ANAK YATIM ISLAM DAERAH SABAK BERNAM

From its humble beginnings back in 1985, the orphanage now houses 50 orphans ranging from 11-19 years old under its roof. The orphanage appeals to the public for financial assistance to help fund its operating cost. Please donate generously to ease the hardships that these young children have to endure at such a young age. Every Ringgit donated will help carve a smile back onto these children’s faces. Let’s reach out to them toda

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PERTUBUHAN PENDIDIKAN ANAK-ANAK YATIM SELANGOR RUMAH BAKTI HULU KELANG SELANGOR)

Rumah Bakti is an orphanage organization founded in 1966 with the objective of providing aid to orphans aged below 12 years in the state of Selangor. This aid covers education, safe accommodation and the well being of these children ensuring that they will achieve a successful career in their future lives. The organization requires continuous support for contribution from the society, corporate and individual donors. The Centre relies heavily on public funding in order to carry out subsidized dialysis treatments to kidney failure patients. Hence, cash contributions from Charitable Organizations and the public is crucial in order for KLLRC to continue reaching out to the kidney failure patients.

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Persatuan Pemulihan Orang-Orang Cacat Selangor & Wilayah Persekutuan

Iis a voluntary welfare organization founded in 1972. Its objective is to help the disabled whatever type the disability, to develop his/her maximum capability to earn a living and to improve his/her quality of life. Inorder to achieve this, it runs a centre – the Rumah Insaniah Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah which was completed in 1988. The centre comprises hostels providing accommodation for 60 disabled persons and a sheltered workshop providing work and training for the disabled.

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PERSATUAN IBU-BAPA DAN PENJAGA ANAK-ANAK PEKAK KUALA LUMPUR

PESIBA is an independent voluntary organisation founded with the objective to assist and guide deaf children to develop potential, ability, interest, talent, skill, knowledge, suitable attitude and social values. The Association has successfully organised language expansion and academic classes for its members. Through its arm, Remaja Pesiba (URP), PESIBA has successfully organized programme familiarisation trips, Kem Bina Insan, religious camp, Bengkel UPSR, sports activities and many more to give exposure on leadership and upbringing from the academic and spiritual aspect to these deaf children.

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Pusat Kebajikan Kalvari Johor (PKK)

First home started in December 1989 at Jalan Dapat in Johor Bahru town. Since then, the work has grown to 22 Homes or Centres within the Johor Bahru area. PKK Homes and Centres are established with the sole purpose of touching our community with the Love of GOD. The Homes and Centres are not meant solely to bring in and house the helpless, the abused, the abandoned, the disadvantaged and the poor, and to clothe feed, educate and rehabilitate them BUT through the Love of GOD, may each and every one of these Homes and Centres be the places to set in motion the restoration of Hope in GOD for all who come in. By the Grace of GOD, for all who go out from here, may they be transformed and re-established to a position with a future and a hope for the glory of JESUS CHRIST. Current total operating expenses for all Homes and Centres stands at an average of RM135,000 per month or RM1.62 million per annum. Approximately 30% of this financial support comes from the founding church (Calvary City Church Johor) with the remaining support being blessings from well wishers, namely the general public, private institutions, charitable groups and the Johor State Government.

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Persatuan Orang Pekak Kuala Lumpur (KLSD)

Iis a Non-Governmental Organisation founded in 26 Jun 1987 by a group of deaf citizen. KLSD has been actively offering assistance to the deaf on improving their standard of living. They continue to stand for the deaf to fight for adequate human right to be served as ordinary Malaysian.

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Persatuan Pemilik Rumah Bukit Damansara (Bukit Damansara Home Owners’ Association)

was approved under the Akta Pertubuhan 1966 Registration No: 836 on 7 June 2000. As of to-date, we have over 400 members. Our objectives:

  • To protect the rights and interest of members and their properties.
  • To preserve the “green lung” character and environment of Bukit Damansara in its original low density residential area for family living.
  • To promote goodwill and understanding among the residents.
  • To improve the amenities and security of Bukit Damansara for the well-being and safety of the residents.
  • To make representations to the authorities on all or any other matters of interest affecting the quality of living in the Bukit Damansara area.
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Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Taman Megah

Is currently serving almost 140 multi-racial children with various physical disabilities such Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, etc. Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Taman Megah also cares for under privileged children from broken homes. These children are admitted without any fees and are accepted without hesitation. Pusat Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Taman Megah strives to help them live a rewarding and fulfilling live. The Centre has recently begun construction of their new Centre which is estimated to cost a hefty RM5.5million and is appealing to the public for their support to finance the construction of the new centre as well as the enormous costs of running the Centre. Do reach out to them today by donating generously via CIMB Cares. Together, let’s support this worthy cause.

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PRIDE (an acronym for Pink Ribbon Deeds) Foundation

a non-profit organization, dedicated towards breast cancer causes, was incorporated on 24 May 2006. The incorporation was a tribute to the late Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood’s courage, resilience and strength in her battle against breast cancer.

PRIDE is committed towards making information on breast cancer more accessible, and providing public awareness and education on the importance of early detection and treatment of breast cancer.

PRIDE is also committed towards inspiring and encouraging patients and survivors to lead a full life after breast cancer as well as providing support for breast cancer treatment and care."

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PAWS 

Animal Welfare Society was founded with the purpose of looking after stray cats and dogs whilst trying to re-home them whenever possible. Adoptions of pets are available at a minimal fee per animal. Those who are interested may donate more to the centre to help cover its cost which is much higher than its nominal fee.

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Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim

Persatuan Anak-Anak Yatim provides a home for the orphans and is operated mainly from public funds. The Centre appeals to the public to make monetary contributions to help these children to rebuild their lives and create a better future for them.

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Persatuan Hainan Selangor Dan Wilayah Persekutuan

Was formed in the year 1889. Our main objectives is to promote friendly relations, economy, culture, religion,education and national social welfare activities.

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PKIK

PKIK started operation on 5.6.1995 for children/ persons with learning disabilities and was registered as a Society on 6.5.1998. It is managed by a Committee of 11 voluntary elected/appointed members, most of who are parents.

PKIK’s primary aim is to help this group with special needs in their overall development and help them towards a life as independent and meaningful as possible. As a welfare organization,

PKIK is dependent on its regular fundraising projects, donations from organizations, families, the public and Welfare Department to help with its operations and upkeep.

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Persatuan Mobiliti

Is a registered charity that provides a “door to door” transport service for the disabled in Klang Valley. Due to the inaccessibility of the public transport system, most people living with a disability find it difficult, if not impossible, to make even a simple journey. This is the first and only service of its kind in Malaysia. PM Mobiliti vans are available to disabled passengers who need to visit clinics, hospitals, and Government departments or simply to go shopping or visits friends or relatives. Passengers are charged a nominal fare of RM3.00 irrespective of the distance involved. Actual transport costs are subsidized by PM.

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RUMAH KIDSe

A home for children who are orphaned, abandoned, abused and neglected, began its operation in 1991. It provides a family environment where relationships are built between house-parents and children and amongst children as brothers and sisters.

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Rumah Kebajikan Anbu Illam and Rumah Kebajikan Karunai Illam

Rumah Kebajikan Anbu Illam and Rumah Kebajikan Karunai Illam under the management of Persatuan Saiva Siddhanta Malaysia comes to the aid of underprivileged children who are from broken homes, orphans, neglected, abused etc. by providing residential care, education, counseling and guidance to empower these children to become a well worth and contributing citizens.

A non-profit organization which has been in existence since 1982 aims to continuously provide and care for these children with the help from public and corporate sector.

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PT Foundation

PT Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental community-based organization that strives to provide information, support and care services related to communities most at risk from HIV/AIDS. Its programmes are supported by the Malaysian AIDS Council and the Malaysian Ministry of Health.

Facilities and services offered enable Malaysians to make informed and responsible decisions in their own lives. PT Foundation aims to provide care and support for those most affected by HIV/AIDS as well as to reduce discrimination against people affected by this dreadful disease.

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Spastic

The Cerebral Palsy (Spastic) Children’s Association of Penang was inaugurated in August 1962. The objectives of the Centre are to develop and implement rehabilitation with special education programmes to suit the immediate and long term requirements of children with cerebral palsy.

To harness all available qualified personnel locally and internationally so as to provide the best services incorporating the latest technology in order that they may be integrated effectively into the Community.

The Centre provides Special Education and Therapeutic services to children with Cerebral Palsy in the State of Penang.

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St. Nicholas Home, Penang

St. Nicholas Home, Penang has been instrumental in the integration of the nation’s visually impaired into the Malaysian community since its inception back in 1926.

The Home not only provides full residential care to children with one or more disability but has also provided full course of training programmes to both adults and children alike to enable them to live life independently with confidence. Services rendered are all given free as The Home believes this is their way of contributing back to the society.

With escalating operating costs, The Home appeals to individuals and organisations alike to come forth to donate generously to the cause of the needy.

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Shelter Home

Shelter Home for Children is committed to provide care and protection for abused, neglected and abandoned children. The Shelter also reaches out to young prisoners, troubled youths, parents with difficult children, single mothers and stateless children.

SHFC believes in working together with various organizations to ensure the well being of these children and hopes to create public awareness of the present social problems in the society concerning children.

Shelter is supported by donations received from the public. All donations received are properly accounted for and the usage is strictly monitored.

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Pusat Harian Kanak-Kanak Spastik

Is dedicated to help special children who are deeply affected by their physical disabilities (Includes spastic, slow learner, monggolic, down syndrome children, etc.) The Centre provides training programmes to these children and assistance to their parents whilst striving to make the lives of these children as normal as possible.

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The Society for the Severely Mentally Handicapped, Selangor & Federal Territory

Is a voluntary organization established and registered with the Registrar of Societies aiming at providing rehabilitation for children and youths with server (multiple) mental and physical disabilities.

The Centre provides day care and training for the severely mentally disabled children and youths aged 2 to 19 years.

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The Ramakrishna Ashrama

Is a charitable organization founded in 1938 under the inspirational guidance of His Holiness Swami Bhaswarananda Maharaj who was then stationed in The Ramakrishna Mission Singapore.

The Ramakrishna Penang has under its care Children both Boy’s and Girl’s within the age range between 6 years and 18 years. The Children are mostly from families who have lost either one of their parents and needy children from poor or broken families. These children who are victims of circumstances deserve society’s assistance which the Ashrama provides to the best of its ability. These Children are fully taken care of by the Ahsrama which provides shelter, food and education. On completion of their basic education these children are assisted according to their ability to further their education in Vocational School, Colleges, University and etc. Usually at the age of 18 they are discharged from the Ashrama back to their families in the hope that they will contribute their services back to their family in particular and society in general.

As an NGO we are dependent on public donations. We do also receive financial aid in the form of Annual Grant from Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat Malaysia.

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Tara Foundation (Rumah Kebajikan TaraBhavan)

Is an organization that caters to children that comes from poor and broken homes. Our focus is concentrated mainly in education and moral values. With these two essential tools, we believe it is a channel out of poverty and towards a brighter future.

As children are the future of our country, it is our aim and motive to provide them with proper education, computer literacy, health-care, to excel in sports and at the same time to promote a sense of responsibility in them. Tara Foundation operates a shelter for under-privileged boys and girls. And under its umbrella, energy is also channeled towards folks who live in village and squatter areas. We provide education to their children, health-care for the sick, prosthesis for the handicap and assisting wherever possible for those looking out for jobs.

Tara Foundation has come a long way. It is over 10 years old and we hope that many would support us to help a STAR shine!

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United Voice (UV)

Is the first society in Malaysia that is led by persons with learning disabilities like Down Syndrome, Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder, Global Developmental Delay and Cerebral Palsy.

United Voice is an active promoter of the needs of persons with learning disabilities and is involved in forums and dialogs that are related to policy-making and legislations for persons with learning disabilities.

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Women's Aid Organisation (WAO)

Is a women‘s organisation that offers shelter, support and information to women and their children who are suffering from physical, emotional and sexual abuse in their own homes.

WAO opened Malaysia's first Refuge in September 1982 offering shelter, telephone counseling and Face-to-Face counseling. The Refuge is WAO’s shelter for women (mainly battered wives, unwed mothers, abused migrant women and trafficked women) and their children. During their stay, residents receive counseling, legal advice and help in restarting their lives free from violence. In a battered woman’s life, the children are often the incidental victims who have to suffer in silence. Recognizing this, WAO also provides refuge for the children who come with their mothers. At the WAO Child Care Center (CCC), children are given a safe home, education, clothes, food and a good support system to help them start their healing process away from the violence they have left behind.

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Yayasan Sunbeams Home (YSH)

Is a non-profitable, non-religious, non-political, non-governmental, self-supporting multi-racial foundation. The mission of Yayasan Sunbeams Home is to care and provide for the orphaned, abused, neglected and abandoned children and children from broken families. Her mission has now expanded to care for the senior citizens who in their twilight years have no where to turn to, the poor and destitute families and low-income single parents with young children. It was started by a husband and wife team, Pastor Alvin Tan and his wife, Pastor Lucy in 1995 who fulfil the call of God by opting for early retirement from teaching.

From a home of first two half-brothers, the home has grown to 120 plus children, consisting of boys and girls with ages ranging from 4 years to 24 years old of different cultures, staying in Taman Mawar Cheras, KL and branches in Batang Kali, Ulu Yam & Alor Gajah, Melaka.

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Yayasan Orang Kurang Upaya Kelantan

Is a charitable foundation established to alleviate the plight of the people with disabilities and to give them a meaningful life.

Yayasan believes the needs of the disabled are best given via a community-based rehabilitation, whereby the disabled are provided with the necessary care, rehabilitation and training programmes suitable to their needs. Rehabilitation efforts revolve around family members and the community as a whole.

Home visits are also available for those already living in very impoverished conditions who are unable to seek help. These visits are done by therapists and their assistants while a doctor or nurse is sometimes present to help out.

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YMCA

A subsidiary of YMCA, Pusat Majudiri Y For The Deaf through its Deaf Club organizes various activities and programmes for the deaf including sports and recreation, seminars, leadership camps, workshops and exchange programmes.

Let’s share their hopes and struggles by donating money to them via CIMB Cares.

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SALAM

Yayasan Salam Malaysia, or SALAM in short, is a non-profit organization formed in July 1997 to promote a spirit of volunteer service among Malaysians, and to provide opportunities for them to work as volunteers with communities in need at home and abroad. SALAM believes that people in all societies are entitled to live in an environment that is socially just and equitable, and pursue a life of dignity and fulfillment.

SALAM organizes volunteer service program in various fields focusing in particular on education, health and community development work. We established a few homes to cater for special target group such as Rumah Nur Salam is a shelter home for children at risk, Rumah Sinar Salam is a half way home for women, and Teenage Hub for urban youth. Salam e-initiative is a nationwide technology based program where we setup community IT training centers in rural and urban poor community.

We organize national and international work camps for youth and adults, medical camps for rural folks and motivational camps for school children. We respond to disasters by sending relief team and aid in Malaysia and abroad. International development project is one of our core business and we have been actively involved in Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, and Timor Leste.

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Yayasan Kebajikan Negara of Malaysia

Is the country’s premier foundation with the objectives to:

  • Assist in the standard of living of needy Malaysian through the provision of financial aid services in respect of welfare, health and education.
  • Encourage and accord special emphasis in the promotion of services for the welfare of the children and family.
  • Encourage and assist in the growth of voluntary welfare organizations which seek to improve the quality of life of Malaysians.
  • Encourage and focus especially in the effort to nurture family and child welfare services. Disseminate information on community welfare.
  • Organize the attendance of participants to the conference and workshop seminar related activities and to promote professionalism in the field of social welfare. Funds donated will go a long way in alleviating the sufferings of our fellow Malaysians.
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Yayasan Tun Razak

Yayasan Tun Razak was launched on 20 February 1976, five weeks after the demise of the late Tun Abdul Razak. The launching ceremony was officiated by Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah, then the Finance Minister of Malaysia, at a function initiated by the New Straits Times Press.

In January the same year Parliament passed the Tun Razak Foundation Act 1976 (Act 178) which received the assent of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on 28 October 1976.

As provided for in the Act the Foundation should be managed by a Board of Trustees consisting of a Chairman appointed by the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, a representative of the Malaysian Treasury, and eighteen other members appointed by the Minister of Finance. The late Tun Mohamed Suffian Hashim was appointed its first Chairman.

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The Handicapped Children’s Centre

Iis one of the leading charitable organizations involved in providing basic primary education, vocational training as well as medical evaluation for children with multiple handicaps between the ages of 4 to 18 years.

Founded in 1964, the Centre is one of the first handicapped centre to have a structured education curriculum in line with the objective of helping the children to reach their full potential, as they also learn independence, acquire knowledge and living skills. The Centre welcomes any assistance to give them hope for their future.

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Rumah Ozanam

Iis a home for the abused, abandoned and homeless children who are housed in shelter homes. It works in multifarious ways towards helping the ‘children at risk’ and it is uniquely managed by a group of volunteer professionals and individuals who form the Management Committee.

The Centre aims to create opportunities for a better future for the children through its various programmes.

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The Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation

The Foundation has 7 centres throughout Malaysia with an unrelenting commitment to the welfare of children affected by Down Syndrome.

Its main focus lies on the education of children with Down Syndrome, aged 2 months to 6 years old. As the NGO relies solely on donations and fund raising efforts to maintain its operations, your generosity is much needed to make the world a better place for these needy children.

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Persatuan Kebajikan Thirumular Selangor Darul Ehsan dan Wilayah Persekutuan

PKT believes in the principle of practicing compassion by doing charitable deeds for anyone who is suffering from hunger, illness, poverty and deprivation of basic needs such as food, clothing, education and shelter.

The Association’s objectives are to:

  • Provide food to the suffering poor
  • Provide financial and material support for poor families
  • Serve mankind with compassion and without any biasness towards any race, religion or nationality
  • Instill the knowledge that all living beings are related to one another by the ultimate connection with the Creator
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Persatuan Orang-Orang Cacat Anggota Malaysia

Society of the Orthopaedically Handicapped Malaysia or Persatuan Orang-Orang Cacat Anggota Malaysia is an advocate of the physically disabled in Malaysia.

POCAM’s aims and objectives are:

  • To find ways to improve the welfare and the rights of the People with Disabilities in the society
  • To provide aids and medical assistance to members
  • To find suitable job placement for the members Act as networking instruments for the physically disabled with the government, private agencies and other NGOs
  • To promote the capabilities and talents of the physically disabled
  • To promote People with Disabilities in sport activity at national and international level
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MKKM

The Malaysian Council for Child Welfare or Majlis Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Malaysia (MKKM) is the premier national non-governmental organisation (NGO) with the aim in promoting the well-being of children.

It complements and supplements Government efforts in the welfare and development of children and promotes the general principles embodied in the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which was ratified by Malaysia in 1995.
Amongst the programmes organised:

  • Conference on Child Abuse at International & National level Children Forum
  • National level Story Telling Competition for both Malay & English language
  • Children Party for the Underprivileged children
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The Society of the Disabled Persons Penang (SDPP) 

The Society of the Disabled Persons Penang (SDPP) (Registered No: 2987) is a multi-racial non-governmental organisation which was formed in 1988 by a group of disabled persons in Penang, Malaysia with the following objectives:

  • To provide services to the disabled persons.
  • To educate and develop the disabled persons.
  • To protect the rights of the disabled persons.
  • To provide social interaction among the disabled persons.
  • To serve as a resource center for the disabled persons.
  • To provide transportation (van) for the disabled persons.
  • SDPP has been the voice for the disabled, advocating for their rights as well as highlighting their plight to the society at large
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KDA

Kedah Darul Aman Deaf Association (KDA) aims to raise the standard of living for the deaf community and help them to fulfill their needs.

The Association organizes various development programmes for the deaf as a way of helping them to lead an independent life. KDA is also an advocate for equal rights and opportunities for the deaf community.

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Persatuan Pengasih Malaysia

Persatuan Pengasih Malaysia was founded by the ex-addict themselves with the realization of the need to stand up for one’s own rights and improve their own well being.

PPM provides social services in relation to drugs and substances abuse. It strives to prevent, intervene, treat and provide rehabilitation to the drug addicts. PPM’s programmes and activities include:

  • Treatment and Rehabilitation
  • Aftercare services Preventions & Interventions
  • Trainings in prevention & rehabilitation
  • Economic activities
  • Local and International collaborations
  • Care & support for people with HIV/AIDS
Your cash donations will go a long way to help these people rebuild their lives and live rich, fulfilling lives.

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Yayasan Ozanam SVP - Rumah Keluarga Kami

Provides a home for the underprivileged, abused and abandoned children. A project by the Society of St. Vincent De Paul, RKK ensures that these children receive food, shelter, education and above all, love.

Donations to the Home is essential in ensuring the well-being of these children. Let’s reach out to these children and ensure that their basic needs are met. Your donations will help clothe, shelter and feed these children.

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GCS

Grace Community Services was founded with the primary objectives of generating community care, support and voluntary participation in programmes, activities and services for people with special needs.

GCS cares for the homeless and destitute, abused and abandoned, lonely and rejected in its homes. It is recognized and works very closely with the Federal and State Welfare Departments, Majlis Perbandaran, Registrar of Societies and other related governmental departments to ensure the legal operation of all our social works.

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ACS

Asia Community Service (ACS) provides the much needed support services to those living with disabilities as well as their family members through the likes of these projects:

  • First Step Centre which provides early childhood intervention services to babies and pre-schoolers with developmental delays.
  • Stepping Stone Work Centre which provides vocational employment to young adults with intellectual disabilities.
  • Jom Mobile Toy Library which is an outreach project to promote play and recreation to children with disabilities in the rural communities.
  • Respite Care Support Centre which provides temporary and short term care to the families to enable them to have a break from caring for their child with special needs.
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PERKOBP

PERKOBP was established back in 1992 as a Family Support Group by a group of concerned parents over the welfare of their children with learning difficulties.

Its goals are to:

  • Create financial independence through its vocational programmes where children are trained in skills similar to a factory setting.
  • Help the children to be independent in going about their daily lives. These children are taught basic skills such as meal preparations, washing up, mopping the floor, etc.
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Pertubuhan Membantu Pesakit Parah Miskin Malaysia

Pertubuhan Membantu Pesakit Parah Miskin Malaysia provides medical equipments such as artificial limps, wheelchairs, asthmatic pumps, colostomy bags, walking frame and ripple mattress to the terminally ill and the poor for their usage at home following their treatment after being discharged from the hospital.

Please donate generously to help these patients put up a brave fight against their illnesses. Let’s do our best to help alleviate their sufferings and give them that glimmer of hope.

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KUALA LUMPUR SOCIETY FOR THE DEAF

KUALA LUMPUR SOCIETY FOR THE DEAF was founded by hearing impaired individuals themselves back in 1987.

Since its inception, KLSD has achieved numerous successes in organising various types of activities for the deaf community at state, national and international levels. The Society has also earned recognition from Jabatan Kebajikan Masyarakat Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Jabatan Belia dan Sukan Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur, Jabatan Buruh Wilayah Persekutuan, Wakil Agensi Kerajaan, NGO pekak, Persekutuan Orang Pekak Malaysia dan Persekutuan Sukan Orang Pekak Malaysia.

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Protect and Save the Children Association of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur

Protect and Save the Children Association of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur is an NGO that focuses on creating safer communities where children are protected from sexual abuse and exploitations.

The Association is dedicated towards the prevention, support, treatment and advocacy of child sexual abuse in Malaysia and has developed and refined a strategic approach to fulfilling its mission of Child Protection.

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Shelter Home

Shelter Home (For Abused) Women And Children provides assistance to women and children from all walks of life who are living in stressful circumstances and helps them to regain their strength to embark on a new life.

Examples of assistances provided are:

  • Act on calls from abused victims
  • Food, clothing and shelter
  • Medical assistance
  • Counseling and psychology
  • Follow-up visits to the victim’s home and to provide assistance if necessary
  • Helps to refer cases to hospitals, the Social Welfare Department as well as the Police Bureau Help
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Sabah Society

Sabah Society For the Deaf promotes education, employment and general welfare of deaf persons as well as prevention of deafness in Sabah.

The Society conducts sign language classes for the parents with deaf children as well as the general public in its various centers. Early identification and education is critical to the deaf child’s speech, language, academic and psycho-social skills development.

The pre-school endeavours to assist parents by providing early education and support/guidance for their deaf children, as well as family members. School curriculum is similar to that of regular kindergartens but sign language is used as the medium of communication.

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Sarawak Society for the Blind

Sarawak Society for the Blind is a non-government organisation serving blind in the whole state of Sarawak. Our objective is to work the implementation and progressive improvement of policies and implementation of the programs governing the education, rehabilitation, vocational training, employment and social integration and welfare of the blind and other programs for the prevention of blindness. There are a few projects like Rattan Basketry, Chick Box Project, Massage Training (Basic and advanced) and etc to aimed at providing job opportunities and cash income for the visually impaired individuals.

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Force of Nature Aid

Force of Nature Aid Founcation is a Malaysian nonprofit grant making agency dedicated to empowering survivors of natural disasters worldwide to rebuild their lives and reduce their vulnerability to disasters through initiatives that promote equitable and sustainable development. It is arguably the only grant maker in the developing world that concentrates on long-term disaster management and risk reduction. Since October 2005, our grants have supported over 100,000 people in Pakistan, the Maldives, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Myanmar, Philippines, Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia and Malaysia, helping them to rebuild lives, restore livelihoods, empower communities and rehabilitate and protect the environment.

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Rumah Ilham

Rumah Ilham aims to protect and provide the best education to orphans under its care. Its objectives include:

  • Provide shelter, guidance and education to these orphans.
  • To raise these children into educated and responsible adults who excels in education and is respectful and virtuous
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Penang Cheshire Home

Penang Cheshire Home was founded back in 1978 in response to the need for a home for the physically handicapped.

The Home aims to help the physically handicapped adjust to life, to be independent and take their rightful place in the society amongst the able-bodied brethren.

Cheshire Home is now home to 40 residents and has a physiotherapy room, dormitories, a small clinic, an administration office, kitchen and a store room.

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PKGS

PUSAT KEBAJIKAN GOOD SHEPHERD mission is to make visible the mercy and forgiving love of God, believing in the dignity and value of every person and the individual's potential growth and integral development, reaching out and welcoming each person with respect and love, accompanying each other with care and compassion.


PKGS firmly believes in the following ethos:

Vision: One person is of more value to the whole world.
Core values: Respect, integrity, compassion, gratitude and zeal.

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Sekolah Rendah Sathya Sai Kuala Lumpur

Sekolah Rendah Sathya Sai is one of many Sathya Sai schools in the world and has the distinction of being the only Sathya Sai School in Malaysia. The school was established in 2002 with an enrolment of 100 students .There are now 185 students from year 1 to year 6. It is a private school with a difference. It offers free education to children including children from the Pure Life Society Orphanage. Teaching and learning which follows the National curriculum, integrates the five Human Values in the daily learning and teaching process in accordance to its vision statement "Human Excellence". The five Human Values are truth, right conduct, love, peace and non-violence. The five human values are implemented daily silent sitting session during school assembly, discussion on elevated thoughts and quotation, group activities, group singing and value-based story telling. The school gives much emphasis on character building while giving importance to the end of Education is Character.

The School is being supported by the members of the Sathya Sai Baba Central Council of Malaysia and well-wishers. Amongst these well-wishers is the CIMB Bank who has provided funds to upgrade the school computers and systems and the school library in 2008 and 2010.

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CRSM

Yayasan CRSM is a foundation established with the mission is to provide relevant manpower, material, medical, counseling and legal support by setting up a crisis response team for immediate crisis intervention in emergencies or disasters.

Scope of services rendered include:

  • Crisis Relief - National disaster relief (includes natural disaster which leads to loss of lives and material possession that threaten the victims’ welfare both in material and psychologically) and provide timely, appropriate relief and assistance.
  • Social Service - CRSM is a set-up to professionally and systematically work together with the local community to build a caring and loving society that offers help to those in need.
  • Volunteer Training - Take initiatives to plan and design the services and modules needed by the public and provide targeted training schemes for volunteers of different ranks.
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Persatuan Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Yatim Rumah Visi (Vision Home), Ipoh, Perak.

The Home is dedicated to care for orphans and abandoned, underprivileged and needy children irregardless of race, creed, colour and religion.These children will receive assistance and support that they need to grow up into a well-balanced adult in mind, body and spirit.Its mission is to provide these destitute children with the best possible opportunities to improve their lives and will not turn away from any needy children.

Amongst its objectives are:

  • Provide food and housing in secure and nurturing home surroundings
  • Ensure the children are medically aware and properly cared for
  • Train the children in everyday health, hygiene and sanitation matters
  • Best serve their educational and vocational needs
  • Help mould the children into becoming self-supportive in their future
  • Equip them with productive job-based skills for their working future
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Rumah Wawasan

Rumah Wawasan is a foster home for the orphaned and destitute children. It aims to provide shelter and care for children who are orphans, destitute, abused and abandoned.

Besides providing residential care, the Home also trains the children in household chores as well as tuition and skills training in cooking, hair cuts, music, basic computer knowledge, handicraft and sewing.

The Home relies heavily on funds from generous donations from the public, Churches, Associations and corporate bodies alike.

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Sekolah Sinar Harapan (School With Hope)

Sekolah Sinar Harapan (School With Hope) is a special school for mentally handicapped children. The Centre has its own van to transport its students who stays within the radius of 10km from the school.

The Centre believes in promoting lifelong access and opportunities for children with Mental Handicap and their families. Your generous support is needed as the school relies heavily on donations from the public as well as corporate bodies. Let’s reach out to them today!

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The Association for Mentally Retarded Children

The Association for Mentally Retarded Children provides basic education, living skills and welfare aids to mentally handicapped children.

As the Association relies heavily on public donations to run its school, your generous support is crucial to ensure the continuity of education for these special children.

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Lions REACh

The Association of Resource and Education for Autistic Children or better known as Lions REACh, Penang is a FREE service organization that caters for the educational needs and training of children with autism from ages 3 to 26 years. The centre which had its humble beginnings in 1987, has since expanded to another centre in Butterworth. The centre solely depends on the generosity of kind people and corporate fundings to help maintain the running of both centres as well as to provide a conducive learning environment for some 63 children with autism.

In our vision to provide a holistic education for these children so that they are able to adapt and be included into the society, our centre has 22 different programmes for the children as well as their care-givers. The services are given FREE evolved from our mission of promoting volunteerism in the society. The key criteria of our methods is the total involvement of parents in the activities and training programmes. Thus, inculcating full responsibility of the child's development in the charge of the parents. We, therefore commit ourselves to meet the challenges ahead in providing better services for more autistic children with the kind support of our donors in our caring society.

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Penang YMCA

Penang YMCA started the ‘Silent Club’ in the early 70’s for the deaf. Its aim was to foster fellowship and for inter-personal learning experiences. Eventually, it expanded its services by establishing a Self-Reliance Centre for the Deaf. The Centre, which started operation on 8 June 1991, was officially established on 19 August 1991 and is currently run by professional staff and volunteers.

Objectives of Y-Self Reliance Centre for the Deaf

  • To increase public awareness of deafness and its impact on society.
  • To provide opportunities for the holistic development of all sectors involving the Deaf community regardless of gender, race or religion.
  • To promote bilingual education, early intervention programmes and training opportunities for the Deaf.
  • To work with the Deaf to ensure their rights as citizens and to advocate actively for them.
  • To increase participation of the Deaf Community in society and assist them to integrate into all of the community.
  • To network with government organizations and non-governmental organizations and to enhance, establish & strengthen services and facilities for the deaf.
All donations and gifts will be used exclusively for the deaf community.

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PPIA

PPIA is a duly registered non-profit, charitable organization, committed to serving children and youths with intellectual challenges in and around the town of Batu Pahat, irrespective of race and religion.

PPIA is registered under the Registrar of Societies, with the registration number of ROS No. 1624. PPIA is recognized as a tax-exempted organization and is mainly dependent on public funding.

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Association for Children with Special Needs Sibu

A non-governmental organization established on 15th September, 2000 aims to provide services to children with special needs and their families through training, resource development, and advocacy and parent-support programs.

They are providing :-

  • Mobility & Rehabilitative Aids Manufacturing
  • STAR Resource Library & Play Room
  • Professional Training & public awareness events
  • Social & recreation events for children & their families
  • Parents support group
  • Dyslexia Teaching Program
  • Partner with Governmental Agencies in Care & Service Delivery
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SAA

SAA was first started & formed by group of parents of children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and some concerned members of the public and was officially registered with the Registrar of Societies on 16th August 2001. we achieved the Tax Exemption Status from the Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri Malaysia on 1st May 2003. They run a centre for children with ASD from age 2 to 18 years old.

The programme includes:

  • ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis)
  • TEACCH (Treament & Education of Autistic & related Communication Hadicapped Children)
  • PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System)
  • Sensory Diet & Exercises
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CWS

SMILE. This simple five-letter word is what the Children’s Wish Society of Malaysia (CWS) is out to achieve. The society is built on the foundation of granting the wishes of children suffering from terminal and life-threatening illnesses, all in the hope that it will put a smile back on the faces of these youngsters.

As we go through our daily tasks, few of us are aware of the many children who are stricken with illnesses that they themselves cannot comprehend. Nor does it strike us that there are many children who lie in hospital beds, wondering if they will see the sun rise the next day. So, another of CWS’s goals is to instil awareness among the public of the plight of these children and their families, and the hardship and pain they endure on a daily basis.

CWS grants the wishes of children without taking into account creed, colour and social status. Registered in May 2008, this society has to date fulfilled the wishes of more than 30 children.

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Tzu Chi Foundation

Tzu Chi Foundation was established in 1966 by Venerable Dharma Master Cheng Yen. For over 44 years, the foundation has been contributing to better social and community services, medical care, education and humanism in Hualien and around the world. From the first 30 members, housewives who saved two cents from their grocery money each day to help the poor, the foundation has grown to over five million members in 47 countries.

Master Cheng Yen firmly believes that suffering in this world is caused not only by material deprivation but, more importantly, also by spiritual poverty. She feels that the lack of altruistic love for others has been the root of many problems in this world. Thus, the foundation’s guiding principle on charity is to help the poor and educate the rich.

Tzu Chi's missions focus on giving material aid to the needy and inspiring love and humanity to both givers and receivers. In addition to charity, the foundation dedicates itself in the fields of medicine, education, environmental protection, international relief work and the establishment of the world’s third largest marrow donor registry. It also promotes humanistic values and community volunteerism. Through helping those in need, Tzu Chi volunteers take on the path of bodhisattva practices, the way to Buddhahood.

Buddhist Tzu-Chi Merits Society Malaysia has started charity mission in Malaysia since 1989 and was established as a non-profit charitable organization in 1993.

Tzu Chi Malaysia has been granted tax exempted status by Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia on 22 March 2000. Presently has provided relief for more than RM 7 million per year to the underprivileged and needy people irrespective of race or religion in the country which the sources income are mainly contributed from monthly regular donors, public donation, charity fund raising programs, recycling projects.

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Ray Of Hope

Ray Of Hope is a non-profit, non-religious, multi-racial centre offering holistic, supplementary, vocational, educational and living skills to people with learning disabilities. The centre was initiated by St Peter's Church Ipoh and St Augustine's Church, Buntong.

The challenge to set up such a centre came through a dream to the Rt Rev. Ng Moon Hing who is now the bishop of the Diocese of West Malaysia.

Aims of Ray Of Hope: To improve the quality of the life of people with learning disabilities. To enable people with learning disabilities to gain maximum independent living skills.

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Penang Care

We provide the opportunity for family members and their ill relatives to come for the much needed community support in counseling, education in the various aspects of mental illness and understanding the need to comply to medication.

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Pertubuhan Kebajikan Amitabha

With staunch belief in devotion and service to humanity regardless of race and religious beliefs, from a humble old folks home that sheltered mere 8 inmates in 1998 at Malim, Melaka, Amitabha Centre evolved into one of the most dynamic charity in Malaysia with establishments on a good number of charity facilities and services setups.

As of 2010, we have established several services & facilities as listed below :-

  • 3 Old Folks Homes
  • 1 Orphanage
  • 2 Haemodialysis Centers 3
  • Free Clinics
  • Recycle Teams Scholarships Poverty Relief
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CBL

CHEMPAKA BUDDHIST LODGE (CBL), established since 1985, is managed by lay Buddhists and is located in Taman SEA, Petaling Jaya. CBL not only provides a contemplative place for devotees to study, absorb and practice the Buddha's teachings, it also carries out Buddhist activities and ceremonies. Facilities are also available at CBL for quiet meditation, Buddhist research as well as basic necessities for our resident Banthes and visiting members of the Sangha.

As lay Buddhists, the EXCO members of CBL have not forgotten the needs of the local community, the needy and the underprivileged.

CBL serves as a local community centre for healthy recreational activities, with facilities for the learning and practice of Chinese Brush Painting, Chinese Calligraphy, Yuan Ji Kung, Zhi Nen Qigong, Wai Tan Gong, line dancing, choir singing, karaoke, yoga, baking and art for children.

CBL's Welfare Section has set up the Chempaka Welfare Home to harbour children from poor and broken families, irrespective of gender, race, creed or religion, and be they orphans or children of single parents, aiming to provide them with a sound education in an adequately warm environment with care and love, so that they may build a successful life and face the future with confidence.

Free TCM consultation and medication is provided from Tuesdays to Saturdays, to relieve members and the public from sickness and medical burden.

A Distress Fund helps to provide financial aid to the needy who suffer from chronic illness, while a Funerary Aids Fund provides for the bereavement needs of deceased who have no relatives.

Our latest addition, a Stroke Rehabilitation Centre, will help to alleviate the physical and financial burdens of the old and infirmed.

CBL can be contacted as follows:
60 Jalan SS23/25, Taman SEA,47400 Petaling Jaya.
Tel: 03-78803936 Fax: 03-78803937
Website: www.chempaka.org.my Email: info@chempaka.org.my

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PENYAYANG

Yayasan Budi Penyayang Malaysia (PENYAYANG) is a Foundation incorporated for the purposes of receiving donations, subscriptions or otherwise, and to administer such funds for education, public welfare, research, health, medical and other charitable purposes for the benefit of needy Malaysians, irrespective of colour, race or creed.

PENYAYANG aspires to bring cheer and joy to the less fortunate and disadvantaged Malaysians. This will only be possible with support & assistance from well-wishers & all other caring Malaysians.

The Board of Trustees would like to appeal to you/and your company to lend PENYAYANG the support and assistance it needs to realise its noble objectives. As the saying goes, there is more joy in giving than in receiving.

PENYAYANG hopes that you will give us generous donations in cash or in kind to facilitate the implementation of programmes in keeping with its objectives.

Your donations will go a long way in providing care, compassion, comfort and consolation to deserving fellow Malaysians. It is my pleasure to invite you to join us in our efforts at realising community development projects. May Allah bless you and your loved ones for your kind gesture in donating to the charity projects of PENYAYANG.

YABhg. Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mahmood

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Rumah Victory

Rumah Victory is a non-profit organisation. With its objectives to encourage active concern and care for the welfare of people through meaningful action for the advancement of their spiritual, physical and mental well being in accordance with biblical principles for the drug addicts, orphans, underprivileged children, trouble youth, juveniles delinquent and the poor and needy elderly people.

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Borneo Child Aide

Borneo Child Aid/Humana is presently providing basic education for more than 9000 underprivileged children at our 112 projects in remote areas of Sabah. Many children in Sabah do not have proper access to schools. This is the case of many children of immigrant workers in the plantations and other places. Also the children of the sea faring ethnic Bajau Laut group, living off the East Coast of Sabah are largely without education. Distance, poverty or legal status are usually the reasons. Without education the children often become child labourers at an early age and some will end up as street children with risk of abuse and exposure to drugs and social ills.

These are some of the children, we try to reach with our programme. Our task is to run good and safe learning centres for these children in the remotest areas, far away from towns, where the children live. We are much in need of additional support or sponsorship to reach many more of these children.

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Johore Cheshire Home

The establishment of the Johore Cheshire Home in Johor was initiated by His Highness the late Sultan Ibrahim and Her highness the late Sultanah Marcella who having followed the progress made by the Cheshire Home (Malaya) Singapore branch readily gave their consent when approached by the Singapore branch to set up a similar Home in Johor Bahru.

The Johor Social Welfare Department was given the task to organize the Home with support from other government departments and the Singapore Branch Committee.

On 1st February 1959, a Management Committee was formed with Lt Col E.A. Horsey, OBE being elected as its first Chairman and Che Khalsom as the Chairman of the Appeals Committee.

In December, a site was identified and work started in earnest as RMAF and RAF (Malaya) personnel began the tedious task of clearing the area of rubber trees and undergrowth during their weekends.

Meanwhile, the Appeals Committee was busy raising funds and their efforts were so successful that cash and materials were generously donated by the public. With these resources in hand, work on the Home took on an urgent pace. The hard work finally paid off and the Johore Cheshire Home was officially declared opened by His Highness the late Sultan Ismail who also become the Home first patron. The Johore Cheshire Home is unique for it is the first of its kind in Johor and Malaysia to be built and maintained by volunteers. This uniqueness prompted Cheshire to mention in one of his letters that. The Johor Home will be the only one entirely built by voluntary labour and therefore stands outs as a Landmark in the Foundation.

The Home is administered by a Management Committee comprising of volunteers and is completely autonomous. The primary objective of the Home is for the chronically ill who are able to look after themselves but have no relatives or home to turn to and who otherwise would be occupying useful bed space in government hospitals. Although residents who are able to contribute towards the maintenance of the Home will be asked to do so, no one is turned away because of inability to pay.

In 1970, the Johore Cheshire Home was constitutionally separated from the Singapore Home and began to operate on its own.

Since its inception in 1960, the Home underwent two major renovations. One was in 1980 as part of its 21st Anniversary celebration while in 1994 a new block to house the residents was put up at a cost of RM500,000.00 with funds donated by the Federal Government.

Today, the Home has 34 residents of all races and religion living under one roof they called Home . The Management Council is looking into new applications for admission to the Home and hope to raise the number of residents to 45.

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Skim Infaq Lil- Waqf ANGKASA

ANGKATAN KOPERASI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA BERHAD merupakan badan Apex yang menaungi semua jenis koperasi asas, menengah dan atasan di Malaysia. ANGKASA diiktiraf kerajaan sebagai badan yang mewakili Pergerakan Koperasi Malaysia pada peringkat Kebangsaan dan Antarabangsa.

Menerusi ANGKASA, Skim Infaq Lil-Waqf ANGKASA telah dilancarkan pada 15 Ogos 2010. Tujuan Skim ini adalah untuk mengumpulkan dana infaq daripada warga koperasi sama ada yang beragama Islam atau bukan beragama Islam bagi melaksanakan amalan kebajikan yang berterusan (endowment) selari dengan prinsip koperasi ke- 7 iaitu “Mengambil Berat Terhadap Masyarakat”.

ANGKASA komited dalam usaha mengagihkan dana ini secara telus dan berhikmah demi menunaikan amanah para penyumbang. Hasil manfaat daripada Skim Infaq Lil-Waqf ANGKASA ini boleh dikecapi oleh semua warga koperasi khususnya dan masyarakat amnya. Untuk maklumat lanjut, layari http://www.angkasa.coop atau facebook http://www.facebook.com/infaqlilwaqf.coop atau talian 03- 7884 6615 /6674.

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Society of the Blind

The Society of the Blind in Malaysia is a non-religious, non- political, not-for-profit, national voluntary organisation of blind individuals of all races and from all walks of life resident in Malaysia dedicated to the task of securing equal rights and opportunities for blind people in this country by working collectively and fraternally for the socio-economic advancement of blind people, with the view of enabling them to become responsible, useful and productive citizens.

Areas of programmes / activities include education, employment, information and communication technology, entrepreneurial development, leadership training, access to public / commercial amenities and services, culture and arts, sports, recreation and social development. The needs of special interest groups such as women, senior citizens and youths are also being catered for.

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St. Barnabas Home

St. Barnabas Home is a home for orphaned and abused children located in the centre of Klang, Selangor. The Home began in 1997 and has made a considerable difference in lives of many over the years. There are currently twenty-four children in the Home - 15 girls and 9 boys. They come to us when they are 6 - 10 years old and stay on until they are 17. By then, they would have completed SPM or sent for some skills training if they are not academically inclined. They are either orphans or children of single parents who are unable to have access to proper education and care. The children study in Government schools and are given extra private tuition to consolidate their studies. The Home also offers the children moral training so that they might become responsible members of society. The Home is run by both fulltime and part-time staff, and volunteers, and relies on public funds.

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Dignity & Services (D&S)

Dignity & Services (D&S) is an advocacy group whose main objective is to help people with learning disabilities exercise their rights as equal citizens and learn to lead independent and meaningful lives. Alongside advocacy D & S also has a Supported Living program called Options, where the individuals can gather every weekend for overnight stays amongst peers, fun, life skills training and a break for families.

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The Community Chest

The Community Chest is an independent apolitical non-ideological charitable organization set up by the private sector to promote and support education solely for the benefit of the Malaysian community. It focuses on funding learning institutions in Malaysia which are not-for-profit and which require financial assistance due to insufficient funding and/or aid from the community or the government. It can also provide scholarships to help exceptional and financially needy Malaysian students gain access to quality education. For further details, please log on to www.commchest.org.my.

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Persatuan Bagi Kebajikan Kanak-Kanak Terencat Akal Sarawak (PERKATA SARAWAK) / Association For The Welfare Of Intellectually Disabled Children

PERKATA SARAWAK is a non-profit charitable organisation which runs PERKATA SPECIAL SCHOOL. It was set up with the aim of providing education and training for children with intellectual disabilities aged 4-17 years old. PERKATA SPECIAL SCHOOL was first started in 1972. In addition to running the school, the association also operates the PERKATA GALLERY . This is the fundraising arm of the school. The association works very hard to make education affordable for children with special needs regardless of their background.

The current school enrollment stands at 136 students. Students attending the school come from various intellectually disabled group eg. Downs Syndrome, Autism, Rubinstein Taybi Syndrome etc. Our school curriculum emphasize the following areas : communication skills, cognitive skills, independent living skills, social skills, fine and gross motor skills. We have a team of 9 teachers and 12 assistant teachers as well as volunteers involved in the training and education of our students. Our students frequently go on outings and are involved in various extra-curricular activities as part of their training programme. We also engage the expertise of physiotherapists to assist us in the rehabilitation programme. Our students enjoy coming to school and we hope we can continue to make a difference in their lives.

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Women's Centre for Change (WCC)

WCC is a registered, tax-exempt, non-profit organisation set up in 1985 to help women and children facing crisis, irrespective of race, religion, or social background. Our work is to provide immediate assistance for women needing crisis intervention, as well as to undertake programmes to promote gender equality in our society.

As a membership organisation, WCC elects a General Committee at its Annual General Meeting. This committee is responsible for both decision-making and guidance of WCC’s work functions which are co-ordinated and implemented by full-time staff with the help of volunteers.

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Rumah Hope

Rumah Hope was started in 1994 as a social ministry of Good Hope Lutheran Church, ELCM in aid of 5 needy children. It is a sanctuary for abused, neglected and underprivileged children between the ages of 5 – 17. In 1999, the Home moved from an old rented bungalow in Old Klang Road to a new purpose-built home on the grounds of Good Hope Lutheran Church in Paramount Garden, P.J. On 10th October 2006, an additional block referred to as Rumah Hope 2 was opened. Together, Rumah Hope 1 & 2 can house a capacity of 70 children. All this was accomplished thanks to generous contributions from the public and various corporate bodies.

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Islamic Relief Malaysia

Islamic Relief is an international relief and development charity organization with United Nation Economic and Social Council consultative status. Established in Birmingham, United Kingdom in response to the 1984 famines in Africa, Islamic Relief has expanded to provide humanitarian aid in various fields including medicine, community building and education. Islamic Relief have worked in more than 40 countries and have established permanent offices in more than 30 countries around the world.

Islamic Relief established an office in Malaysia in 2005 as an extension of its services to the Asia-Pacific region. The Malaysia office is doing development work and fundraising for IR’s activities in Malaysia and abroad.

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SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)

SPCA Selangor was established in 1958 and has over the years built itself into a well-respected and trusted non-profit organisation that looks into the welfare of animals. SPCA has, through its efforts and works, gained tremendous goodwill, recognition and support from animal lovers all over Malaysia and has come a long way in battling abuse and cruelty to animals. One of the key works of SPCA Selangor in working towards a stray-free Malaysia is encouraging the public to spay and neuter their pet animals . At the same time, SPCA Selangor will continue to promote its tagline of "Opt to Adopt" and "Adopt, Don't Buy" under its adoption campaign.

The new ECO SPCA Centre is currently under construction and in stepping into a new E.R.A., SPCA will focus on Education, Rehabilitation and Adoption as its primary mission in improving animal welfare. Education is where efforts are being made to bring awareness on the humane treatment of animals. Rehabilitation will see SPCA working with the rescued/surrendered dogs and cats leading to their Adoption where SPCA will continue to endeavour to find them good homes. Website: http://www.spca.org.my

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GLAD TIDINGS

GLAD TIDINGS is a SPIRIT-FILLED, FAMILY and CELL based church with a God-given VISION to “Love God and Touch Lives”. Our four-fold MISSION is to win souls, build people, impact community and reach nations. We believe that each person has a divine destiny and God will empower to fulfil that destiny to make a difference in the world.

Check us out on http://www.gladtidings.my

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