Thursday, 25 December 2008

Sinthamani Divine Life Ashram - An orphanage in Jinjang, Kuala Lumpur

Was practically doing nothing at home when everyone else was away painting the Singapore town red, I browsed thru the web and some links directed me to this place, which was distressful enough and it aroused the curiosity in me and decided to pay them a visit when I get home. ( must be in the condition that is fit enough to drive around.)

The contact to this home is :

Sithamani Divine Life Ashram
Rumah Kebajikan (ROC No. 001529609-H)

No:1112, Block 150
Lorong 5/160
Kawasan A, Rumah Panjang
Jinjang Utara
52000 Kuala Lumpur


So, prelude to the visit, lets not waste time here to help these poor Indian kids as soon as we can.

By giving them more exposures in this blog, people can come forward to help them in this Yule-tide festive season.



Entrance to the home

Home's only sign board

Old fashioned toilet far away from the dorms

Living under asbestos sheets that often leaks when it rains

Children age between 1 month to 16 years old with some without birth certificates left behind by their parents

Two dorms split the boys and girls

Studies were not left out

Toilets were being built

Pictures are courtesy of:
http://www.kennysia.com/
http://groups.google.co.kr/group/TheMindBB/browse_thread/thread/4afbe7ace5171e4f
http://national-express-malaysia.blogspot.com/2008/12/orphanage-at-jinjang.html

9 comments:

donald said...

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Betty


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Swiss Palma said...

Dear Donald,

Thanks for dropping by my blog. It is indeed very encouraging to receive comments from readers like you. Wishing you a very happy New Year 2009!

Baby Sasha N Mom said...

Hi Jenny! HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU & YOUR FAMILY.

I'm felt pityful on those children. Are you going there? I think I can't make it with a newborn around but I'm sending some used and unused stuff and also a cheque over by courier. Hope that can help them a bit.

Anonymous said...

HI ,

can i know the address and contact number for Taman Sinar Harapan Kuala Kubu Bahru? and can i know where is it nearby?

i am new in this , may i know normally what should we buy and the quantity? can we buy food like KFC for childrens in orphanage home to cheer them up??

kindly reply asap as i am planning to go over on the coming saturday.

thank you and happy new year to all!!

Nix

Kenix said...

HI ,

can i know the address and contact number for Taman Sinar Harapan Kuala Kubu Bahru? and can i know where is it nearby?

i am new in this , may i know normally what should we buy and the quantity? can we buy food like KFC for childrens in orphanage home to cheer them up??

kindly reply asap as i am planning to go over on the coming saturday.

thank you and happy new year to all!!

Swiss Palma said...

Hi Kenix, the home contact was published in my blog earlier.

You can bring anything you like to cheer the children up. Having Kentucky or Mac Donald burger is a very good idea as they dont get this kind of treats very often. Call the home up to check the latest headcount of the inmates and plan your budget accordingly. Thank you for your kindness!

chandra said...

Hi i saw the condition wat these budding flowers created by god are going thru.... i can do wat ever i can... i dint see the the contact number can any one post it as soon as possible since iam new to malaysia i cannot reach the place its little difficult for me help needed ....

Vivian said...

hello there,
i came across your blog while looking for orphanages...I'm so happy that there are ppl like u in this world. i planned my first fund raiser in 2007, with the help of my bro n bf, n ever since I've been trying to make it a yearly thing, going a round looking for homes in need. luckily this year i have my buddy who is working with me on it, n we really want to help a home, that has no stable financial backing....this home looks like it could use our help...i will try n visit it n see wht we can do for them!! kudos to u, n i hope u continue ur cause!!

aMin said...

i went a few ago and it truly touches me. the kids are great!