Existing Projects

MAAHAD DARUL HIJRAH, TAMAN BAMBOO (Rohingya Refugee School)

Project Brief :

This Rohingya refugee school caters to 80 children (17 of whom are orphans) and has created a syllabus that blends Quranic with Math, English & Bahasa Malaysia classes. The children also sleep in the school on mattresses strwen across the floors of the rooms and hallway. Sometimes the heat necessitates they sleep on the floor to stay cool. They appreciate any type of aid, and Charity Right has started making monthly food deliveries to support the school.

BAITUL EHSAN ORPHANAGE, TAMAN MALURI (Malaysian Orphanage)

Project Brief :

An orphanage consisting of 2 houses (one to house 50 boys and one for 50 girls) in separate neighborhoods which provides food, shelter and education to the 100 neglected children living under their care. Though the orphanage does get irregular donations from the general public, it did not have regular food donors until Charity Right began supporting them in 2016.

MADRASAH DARUL TAHFIZ SRI AL AIN, SUNGAI BULOH

Project Brief :

Charity Right is supporting the 100 students of this madrasah by providing their monthly food supply. We also provide 60 food boxes to the asnafcommunity around the area. The Madrasah served as a centreof learning for students of all ages, from pre-school to mature ladies who attend the regular Islamic classes at the madrasah. Some of the community are also refugees from Cambodia who have reverted to Islam and settled in Malaysia. The teachers tell us that the children will not attend school unless meals are provided as an incentive, making this a worthy project for Charity Right’s “Feeding To Educate” vision.

ROHINGYA REFUGEE COMMUNITY SENTUL

Project Brief :

Charity Right supports the Rohingya refugee community in the Sentul area by providing family food packs to 125 families. This is but a small proportion of the actual numbers of Rohingya refugees stranded here, unable to work or send their children to proper schools. These refugees are not legally allowed to work in Malaysia and depend on contributions like this to avoid begging on the streets and forced to get involved in anti-social behaviours

MALAYSIAN SCHOOLS IN BERA, PAHANG

Project Brief :

Charity Right worked together with the teachers from the schools of SMK Bandar Kerayong, SK Felda Kumai, SK Felda Purun and SK Sri Buntar to identify the poor and needy families of the students who are already under the RMT (RancanganMakananTambahan), a government initiative for the poor and needy students. Some of the students are also orphans or came from a single parent household with dependents of up to 9 people. Charity Right distributed 96 family food boxes for the students’ families every month.

Legacy Projects

KAMPUNG LANDAP ABORIGINAL SCHOOL & COMMUNITY, PERAK

Project Brief :

Charity Right, sponsored by Takaful Ikhlas, provide 34 food boxes to 34 families of orang asli (aboriginal) community of Kg Landap. Charity Right have been supporting the community since last year, the major impact being building a communal hall in the village for the use of the community and the surrounding villages. Charity Right also collaborated with the officers from Jabatan Agama Islam Kuala Kangsar to identify the worthy recipients and to distribute the monthly donation.

RUMAH KASIH NURUL HASANAH, AMPANG (Malaysian Orphanage)

Project Brief :

An orphanage consisting of 2 houses (one to house 18 boys and one for 7 girls) located on the same street which provides food, shelter and education to the 25 Malaysians living under their care. They frequently have to share their food reserves with the families of the children (10 families) who are in difficult situations (some are single parents, urban poor or relatives that do not earn enough to support themselves). The orphanage typically ran short on food supplies until Charity Right began supporting them in 2016.

SOMALIA REFUGEE COMMUNITY, PUCHONG

Project Brief :

This group of UNHCR refugees depends on Charity Right for monthly food supplies. Their status as UNHCR refugees means they are not able to work or send their children to government schools. For the time being, they are home schooling the children as the community is not large enough for them to pool their resources and start a school project of their own.

MADRASAH USWATUN HASANAH

Project Brief :

57 children live and study the Quran at the 3 branches of this tahfiz school. Focusing their efforts to teach the kids Quran, Fardhu Ain and Fiqh, the boarding school does not follow any government syllabus for academic subjects. They appreciate the regular monthly food aid deliveries from Charity Right, made possible by our donors.

TADIKA SRI TULIP (Malaysian Kindergarten)

Project Brief :

24 children are registered to this preschool, which is located in a PPR (low cost flats) project. Most of the children do not have regular breakfast meals and this makes it difficult for them to get the nutrition they need to grow into healthy contributing members of the community. The head teacher herself has not taken any salary for the 4 years she has run this preschool, choosing instead to sacrifice for the children. Charity Right provides breakfast and snacks for the students and 15 food boxes to the students’ urban poor families.

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