ALOR GAJAH BRANCH
Our branch in Alor Gajah, Malacca was launched on 1st May 2007. Currently we have rented two premises for the work there.
TAMAN MAWAR BOYS’ HOME
Relocated from former Ampang Boys’ Home to 57 & 59 Jalan Bunga Melur 11A, Taman Mawar, 56100 Kuala Lumpur. The building consists of 3 stories. The office is situated on the ground floor where the kitchen and dining areas are. The 1st and 2nd floor, house the boys.
DAY CARE CENTRE
A day care centre was set up to cater to the needs of the low income underprivileged parents who can ill afford to send their children to the commercial day care centres. In this centre, we have a full time coordinator and volunteers to help guide the children in their studies.
COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTRE (CLC)
The Community Learning Centre was launched in January 2008 with the objective of approaching an alternative way in handling our children’s education. We believe that every child is unique and learns differently. Therefore these children are given a more personalized learning method that will help to instil academic confidence and motivation. We prepare them to sit for the Government examinations. We need approximately RM40,000 monthly to run this Centre.
As the vision expands, we have also set up a department to provide provisions and other help to the following groups of people in need:
- The Orang Asli groups in Pahang, Kelantan, Perak and Selangor.
- 200 Poor families, old folks and single parents.
We network with the MP of Pandan and with the ADUN of Teratai in carrying out social work in our community.
We are looking forward to start building the Girls’ Home soon. This will also be a 3 storey building on a piece of corner lot land just opposite the current Boys’ Home. We need approximately RM1.5 million for the building.
Our future plan is to acquire a piece of land about five (5) acres to build a multipurpose complex where all the community services will be available e.g. The Children’s Home, Day Care Centre, Youth Centre, Food distribution Centre to the poor, services to the single parents, old folks, a Community Clinic and also an Administration Office. The estimated cost for the land and to build a multi-purpose complex is about RM25 million.