We are organising yet another home visit next month, June 2009.
Please treat this post as an invitation to you, if you are reading my blog and would like to join us in this "Mission of Compassion" and also get to know more new friends who all have a heart of gold.
Our plan this time round will concentrate in visiting just one Orphanage with plans of throwing in a party with entertainment programs complete with gifts and end with a lunch. Sounds good?
The home that we have planned to visit is :
PADMASAMBHAVA CHILDREN LOVING ASSOCIATION
No.23 & 25, LORONG SG.NIBONG 1A,BATU 31/2,TAMAN MEWAH BARU OFF JLN KAPAR,42100 KLANG,SELANGOR,MALaYSIA., 42100, Klang, SelangorTel: 03-32907584 | Fax: 03-32919253
A home that houses 30 orphans aged between 6 months to 23 years old.
Padmasambhava Children Loving Association in Klang is managed by Sister Ani, who is a Buddhist nun, and she has successfully established a charitable home on her own accord with the
help from her mother, brothers and dedicated volunteer single mothers.
It strives to provide help and hope to those in need, irrespective of race, religion or creed. The Padma Home also caters for the needs of more than 200 single mothers and other orphans who regularly approach the home for their needs.
Our preliminary itinerary is set out below: (subject to change base on input from everyone. So pls do send in your valuable suggestions.)
Date: 21 June 2009 (Sunday)
Time: 10.00am to 2.00pm
Meeting point: Toll Plaza Sg. Rasa (wait along the roadside)
Program: To be Advised
Lunch: Kentucky Fried Chicken
1. Donation in cash
2. New cloths for children (We plan to give each one child a new cloth)
3. Books (Used or new story books)
5. Stationery sets
6. Ideas for entertainment programs (Please email to me at: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Come join us if you are free. Bring along your children, because that is the core value in this mission~ let our children grow into loving adults if you “feed” them in the ways of respect and compassion for others, acceptance of differences and peace and reconciliation. Kindness is the word.