Hope Mission Welfare Society is a non-profit organisation based in Teluk Intan, Perak, Malaysia. It was established in 2008 with a specific focus on underprivileged children.
The society provides a home for children who are orphaned, abandoned, neglected, or living in poverty. Our mission is to restore the shattered lives of these children. To date, we have touched the lives of over 700 children through our direct care, social initiative projects, kids’ camp, and other community events such as a 5km charity run and health and safety lectures from government officials.
Our main services include providing education, food, healthcare, and shelter for these underprivileged children. We strive to give them a better future and inspire them with hope for a brighter tomorrow.
Hope Mission Welfare Society is a legally registered organisation with the government of Malaysia. We are registered under the Registry of Society and Social Welfare Department with the registration numbers PPM-006-08-04092009 / JKM: A/P JB KK 024/2015. Additionally, we have been granted tax-exempt status by the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (LHDN.01/35/42/51/179-6.7054).
Restoring Shattered Lives.
Fulfilling God’s given duty, we provide education, food, healthcare, and shelter for underprivileged children, ensuring thrive in a world filled with care and opportunity.
Supporting this project would not only positively impact the lives of our current generation of resident
children, but the future generations as well.
Your support is foundational in the never-ending journey of restoring shattered children.
When children’s welfare are prioritised, they can achieve greater things – just like some of our children:
Chow Jun Jie completed his SKM in Desktop Publishing. He is now pursuing an advanced certificate in Graphic Design from Era Technology, Ipoh.
Ranjini completed her Diploma in Accountancy at the Ungku Omar Polytechnic. Currently, she is pursuing her bachelor’s in Accountancy at UNITAR.
Choo Jinn Yenn completed a skills certificate (SKM) in Bakery & Pastry at Montfort Boys Town.
Manju completed her Diploma in Nursing at UniKL, Ipoh. She is registered with the Malaysian Nursing Board and has worked at Pantai Hospital.
Manisha completed her Diploma in Nursing at the Adventist College of Nursing and Health Sciences. She worked as a staff nurse attached to the Penang Adventist Hospital’s Cardiology Department before forging her own path.
Narmatha successfully obtained a certificate in Beauty Care & Hairdressing from the Young Women’s Christian Association - Vocational Training Opportunity Centre.
Kishen completed a skills certificate (SKM) in Automotive at Montfort Boys Town.
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