We would like to invite you to attend the official launch party of Rachel Siew Suet Li Trust Fund.
Rachel was diagnosed with Morquio Syndrome at birth. Finally there is a drug that can help her live. Unfortunately the weekly ERT treatment she needs costs in excess of RM 1 million per year and she needs to raise the amount by February 2017.
RSTF Launch details: Date: Wednesday 11th January 2017 Time: 7.30pm Venue: Cornerstones Ballroom, Wisma Selangor Dredging(opposite KLCC) Minimum donations: VVIP RM 500, VIP RM 100, Normal RM 70 MEDIA RSVP: Thana@bac.edu.my / +60111 2324948
If you would like to contribute but are unable to attend the launch, you can make a donation @ Alliance Bank (Rachel Siew Suet Li Trust Fund A/C 1414 900 1005 2019).
We ask you to help in any way you can. Join us on the 11th of January for an evening of friendship and performances, make a donation, help collect donations for RSTF, share this message with all your friends, introduce us to corporate donors or others who might help. Please contact Moo 0142315528, Rachel 019-6287573, Raja 0175006778 for tickets and information. Thanks for helping Rachel and her mum. https://www.facebook.com/rstf16
About SAMH Our primary aim is to provide education and training to mentally handicapped children and adults so that they will be helped, to the fullest extent possible in reaching their maximum potential .It is our hope to provide a comprehensive service to children and adults with mental handicap. It is our hope that efforts will improve their quality of life.
Admission Procedure The admission forms are available online as well as at our schools and centres. Students will be assessed before entry into any of the programmes. Assessments will be carried out at Wisma Harapan (headquarters) and Klang Special School . Our Approach Our special schools and centers provide education and training to children and adults with mental disabilities. We run four programmes as following:-
Early Intervention Programme (6 years & below) School Programme· ( 7 – 17 years old ) Vocational Training Programme ( 18 years and above ) Sheltered Workshop (those who have completed VTC ) The education and training programmes are individualized, systematic and structured according to the needs of each student and trainees.
CALLING FOR 24 VOLUNTEERS
A certificate of appreciation will be provided to volunteers. Please call Bryan at +6 017 728 5357
We need assistance with: - Games (5 Volunteers) - Inflatables (2 Volunteers) - Sand Art (2 Volunteers) - Selling craft work (2 Volunteers) - Colouring Contest (2 Volunteers) - Food Stalls (2 Volunteers) - School Program (9 Volunteers)
Total : 24 Volunteers
Volunteer Time Slots: - 8am - 5pm (2 sessions) 12 Volunteers per session
ABOUT MYSAMH Our primary aim is to provide education and training to mentally handicapped children and adults so that they will be helped, to the fullest extent possible in reaching their maximum potential .It is our hope to provide a comprehensive service to children and adults with mental handicap. It is our hope that efforts will improve their quality of life. READ MORE
Join us! Calling for volunteers, below are the following areas in which we need help. Contribution: RM20.00 per booklet
a) Help out at the game & handicraft stalls c) Selling coupons during the carnival d) Helping teachers/staff at the food stall e) Colouring contest - to help and give guidance and assistance to the special kids who are taking part in the contest
Please contact Mrs. Veni - 013-2086726 for any inquiries.
FUNDRAISING MUSICAL TO BENEFIT WOMEN OF WILL "...full of high-kicking energy and humour... hilarious accents... great sound effects..." - http://www.theargus.co.uk/”
Date/Time: 2pm / 5pm, Sunday, November 20th, 2016 Location: PJ Live Art Centre Donation: RM 80 / RM 120 Call Susheela 0166586494
Women of Will together with the Make It Right Movement powered by BAC Education has announced an upcoming fundraising musical this November 2016. Scheduled for Sunday, November 20, PJ Live Arts will host "Monstersaurus, A Children Charity Show” by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort in conjunction with Universal Children’s Day.
Monty is an ambitious young scientist, but his inventions don’t always work – his walking toaster runs away and his robot goes berserk... Then he comes across an invention instruction manual, and starts mixing slime with socks, jelly with cheese, beans and bellybutton fluff. With a whoosh, poof and kapow, he creates different things, until he finally producesMonstersaurus.
Monstersaurus is big and hairy, but is he scary? His methods for frightening away other monsters are somewhat unconventional! This energetic stage adaptation of Claire Freedman's best-selling children's book is full of thrills, spills, magic and mayhem to delight the whole family aged 3+
This 2.00pm show is a fundraiser for Women of Will www.womenofwill.org.my and seats are RM80 & RM120 in aid of underprivileged children. If you'd like to purchase these seats, please call Susheela 0166586494. The 5pm seats are priced as normal and may be purchased online via www.tix.my.
BAC Education & Make It Right Movement is proud to have supported ongoing blood drives since August 2012. The Malaysian national blood bank (Pusat Darah Negara) is always in need of more blood, your donation can save lives! The procedure only takes 7 to 10 minutes and you should recover in 24 hours. Please refer to their website linked above for more information or contact them at +603 2613 2688. This event is organized by University of London (Year 2) students of Brickfields Asia College. Call Sunayna +6 014 309 0731
Trinity Children Centre was birthed as a result of a vision given by God. His mighty hand has been directing us wonderfully in all that we do for His children, and day by day, the home is expanding its boundaries. As a result, our needs are also on the increase! Currently, much of TCC’s support and assistance comes from Trinity Community Centre and individual donors. We began with six children and are planning to take in a maximum of twenty children, as there are many children out there who are in serious need of our help.
Besides a stay-in home staff, we draw on the different strengths and abilities of various shift staff to nurture these children. Our staff have been trained by the Welfare Ministry and NGOs with regards to running centres of this kind. We also have individuals who come forward to offer their time and talents to the children.
Currently, the home requires between RM8,000 to RM10,000 per month to run efficiently. This amount comprises of the rental for the premises, expenditure for the children’s needs, upkeep of the home and staff salaries. Trinity Community Centre is taking up much of this cost currently and is looking for generous organizations and individuals to help defray the monthly expenses. As the intake of the children increases, we need to tap the efforts and expertise of many different types of volunteers on a continual basis to meet our growing needs in helping these children.
We are looking for generous organizations and individuals to support us in cash or in kind. Know that God will certainly bless you, your family and organization a hundred-fold even as you look out for the well-being of these needy children.
Should you choose to support Trinity Children Centre, or if you require more information, please contact:
ANGSANAcare provides services and advocates that children with life limiting or life threatening diseases have the right to a quality of life from diagnosis to end. We are a non discriminating Society and support children and families of all races and religions. We are not affiliated to any political party or religious group and depend completely on donations, sponsorship and fund raising events. Our Services are conducted within the Institute of Paediatrics, Hospital Kuala lumpur. To book your tickets, call Jinie +6 016 778 8625
Empowering Children Through Love & Kindness YCK is a 24-hour crisis and drop-in centre providing meals, activities, therapy, case management, and educational programmes for at-risk children of Chow Kit.
Yayasan Chow Kit (YCK) is a non-profit organization that caters to the needs of children in and around Chow Kit. We run two drop-in centres in Chow Kit and one safe home for children who are in need of temporary guardianship. We operate in partnership with Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat, and a group of strategic partner comprises of Foundations, corporate companies as well as NGOs. YCK developed out of Nur Salam and was incorporated on 19 January 2011.
YCK aims to provide a safe space and expose the children to as many positive opportunities to allow each child to reach their full potential. The children’s center ‘Pusat Aktiviti Kanak-Kanak’ caters to children from the age of 7-12 and our teenage center known as ‘KL Krash Pad’ welcomes youths from the ages of 13 to 21. All the centres provide food, age-appropriate facilities, and set of programmes designed based on 5 Pillars of the followings: Education, Psycho-Social, Sports & Health, Spirituality, and Recreational. We have an array of activities offered such as games, art classes, psychosocial activities, recreational activities, motivational talks, sports activities and educational programs. YCK team ( fondly known as YCK Family ) aspires to tackle issues affecting the local community such as education, foster care, documentation, skill building, adoption, homelessness, abuse and many more. As reflected symbolically by our logo, consider us splashes of colourful paint in an otherwise grey neighborhood, inspiring to celebrate and bring positive changes to the lives of our children, the families, and the community.