Sunday, 18 April 2010

Charitable Visit to Bentong, Pahang

This time, we have identified 2 homes located some distance away from Kuala Lumpur. Yes, they are located in Bentong, Pahang.

Bentong is not very far, it is a mere 50km away from Kuala Lumpur, which will take you less than an hour's leisure drive to the destination.

Last Thursday, we took a day off to check-out the needs and condition of both the places and spoke to both of the Person-In-Charge. We were given a wish-list each and I pray and hope that we could fulfill their needs come this 30th May 2010 when we meet them again.

So, would you want to join us on this meaningful trip and help out the underprivileged? Donate if you may, or participate with your family and friends to spread the joy around.

Home 1
Pusat Pemulihan Harian Kanak-Kanak Istimewa
(Pusat Harapan Kampong Perting for the Mentally & Physically Disabled Children)
JKR 351, Kampong Perting, 28700 Bentong
Tel: 09-2222160
Contact Person : Mr Daniel See

1. A projector
2. Food items
3. Donation in cash to help out the extra activities conducted by the centre

Mr See was briefing us the history of the centre with Puspa, his assistant
and Mr Lim, our Bentong friend listening attentively

Pictures of the children in the centre

A Chinese Calligraphy donated by Master Hui Hai from Dharma Buddhist University, Bentong
A Place we are trying to include in our itinerary if possible and it is subject to consent and confirmation of arrangements with the said University

Home 2
Rumah Orang Tua Bentong
No:60, Batu 1, Jalan Tras
28700 Bentong, Pahang
Tel: 09-2234845
Contact Person : Mr Liew Chow Yin

Wish-list :
1. Sofa settee ( 1 set)
2. Low cabinet with locker ( 20 pcs)
3. Can Food, Milo, Milk Powder, Rice, Oil and general groceries
4. Usable household items, clothing, electrical items

Mr Liew Chow Yin,the Person-in-charge

Mr Liew was seen briefing our group on the needs of the home

Toilet next to the kitchen

This reminds me of the type of kitchen used during our Grand-ma era

Who is to lit up the fire? The question that popped up in everyone's mind

This old folk was placed in this kitchen-convert room that is not so comfortable
especially in the afternoon heat

The more comfortable area for the male

Only 3 ladies are in-house, watch what is placed underneath the lazy chair

Common dining hall, no fan and near to the extended zink sheets
which brought much heat on this hot sunny afternoon

You are welcome to join us on this visit, with the following details:

Proposed Date : 30th May 2010
Proposed Time : 10am
Venue Meet Up: Gombak Toll (First toll after Gombak heading to Genting Highlands)
Items required : Donation in kind / cash / Re-usable and good condition household items
Bring along : Your children, family members and friends
Transport : Your own vehicle
Meal: Lunch sponsored
Target time to arrive back in Kuala Lumpur : 5pm

Please contact : Jenny Yap at 012-3704884 should you need further information.

See ya!

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