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Yee Ran Jing Sheh Handicapped Children’s Home, Bukit Mertajam Penang
TBP 3730 & 3731 Jalan Belimbing
Ladang Chip Joo
14000 Bukit Tengah
Bukit Mertajam  
Person in charge: Mr Chuah
No of children and adults: 60 

Persatuan Yee Ran Jing Sheh (PYRJS) is an independent, nonreligious, nongovernmental and non-profitable association based in Bukit Tengah and is registered under the Registry of Society Penang. PYRJS is dedicated to caring for the physically and mentally handicapped adults and children by providing them with a home and an opportunity to lead a meaningful life in our society. PYRJS currently houses 60 physically and mentally handicapped adults and children ranging from the age of 6 years to 43 years old. 




Persatuan Pertubuhan Baitul Saidati Khadijah (Anak-anak Yatim dan Miskin)
No 32R, Lot 346, 
Batu 8 ¾, Jalan Pahang Lama
53100 Gombak, Selangor
Person in charge: Puah Esah Bt
H/P: +6019 – 363 8441
Number of children : 35 children

Saidati Khadijah or more lovingly called as “Nenek” provides a home to orphans, abandoned children, and children of single parents. Bautul Saidati depends wholly on public donations for its operations. The home is managed by 3 committee members, all of whom are volunteers. The children are housed in a single storey brick building with partition for female and male. All the children schooled and they have a very strict schedule for their daily activities and prayer activities. At the time of writing, there are 32 children living in the orphanage, ranging from the ages of 2 to 17 years old.




Feeding Program with AOHD (poor/homeless)
Archdiocesan Office for Human Development (AOHD) 
5, Jalan Bukit Nanas, 50250 Kuala Lumpur
Person in charge: Mr Carl D’Cunha
Contact: +603 - 2078

Archdiocesan Office for Human Development (AOHD) runs a program to ensure the destitute can at least have a meal, a bath and wash their clothes every weekday. The programs runs during the weekdays from Mondays to Fridays between 1130 - 1330hrs and the homeless/poor who comes for the feeding programs are multiracial (there are Indians, Malays, Chinese and others).  




Bat Conservation
SEABCRU (Malaysian Bat Conservation Research Unit)
Department of Biological Science
Texas Tech University Lubbock,
TX79409-3131 USA
Contact person: Ms Tigga Kingston
Contact no: +6019 - 301 0651 

The Malaysian Bat Conservation Research Unit (MBCRU) was established in 2001 to promote the conservation of Malaysia’s unique bat fauna through long term conservation research, capacity building and environmental education. The MBCRU collaborates among Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Texas Tech University (USA), Boston University (USA) and the Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Malaysia. Krau Wildlife Reserve, Pahang, is officially a world record holder! It is home to the most diverse community of insectivorous bats in the world - 53 species have been recorded in just a 3 km2 area surrounding Kuala Lompat Research Station in the east of the Reserve. Because of this extraordinary diversity, Krau Wildlife Reserve is a crucial site for the conservation of the bat fauna of Malaysia, and, in turn, Malaysia is internationally recognized as a critical country for bat conservation.



Furry Friends Farm 
c/o Trimax Photocopy Enterprise
321, Jalan Mahkota, Taman Maluri
55100 Cheras  Kuala Lumpur 
Person in charge: Ms Sabrina Yeap
Contact No: +6016 - 631 9018

Furry Friends Farm was officially registered as a private company on 4th October, 2006 under the ownership of Sabrina Yeap. The farm is an animal sanctuary for rescued stray dogs, puppies, cats and kittens and other companion (pet) animals that are abandoned, neglected or abused by irresponsible owners. It is run and managed by volunteer rescuers with the objective of creating a more compassionate and humane society towards animals. The farm provides a secured shelter for abused and abandoned stray animals rescued in the state of Selangor. It is also a place to house and rehabilitate cats and dogs physically and psychologically. They are given a second chance to live the rest of their lives in peace and dignity.




Orangutan Appeal UK
11 Forest Hall, Brockenhurst, 
New Forest SO42 7QQ
Contact No: +44 (0) 1590 623443

The Orangutan Appeal UK is a registered charity based in the south of England, dedicated to the rehabilitation and preservation of Orangutans and the conservation of their habitat. The Appeal strives to protect remaining wild populations of orangutans by providing support and funding for projects across Malaysian and Indonesian Borneo; and by raising awareness of the plight of this great ape across the globe. The Appeal is also authorised to work on behalf of the famous Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. 




Kenchara Soup Kitchen
No. 7, Jalan PJU 1/3G, 
SunwayMas Commercial Centre 
47301 Petaling Jaya 
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Contact No: +603 7803 3908 

The Kechara Buddhist organisation was founded by His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche of Gaden Shartse Monastery, who makes the ancient wisdom of Buddha’s authentic teachings, which are timeless and universally relevant, available to modern practitioners in Malaysia and the surrounding regions. Using creative and contemporary methods to reach the spiritual seeker via their natural interests, be it reading, shopping, art, travel, dining, etc, Kechara seeks to provide a comfortable and nurturing environment for spiritual aspirants to learn and equip themselves with tools to develop inner and outer peace.

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