The NGO Network - Malaysia

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HOPE Foundation

Aims to reach out to traumatised individuals and provide hope and relief. Also aims to make people aware about cyber bullying and how one can overcome it.

Phone: (+60) 3 4050 2541


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Mercy Malaysia

Aims to provide relief and medical services free of cost to vulnerable communities that are easily susceptible to illnesses.

Phone: (+60) 3 2142 2007


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Kechara Soup Kitchen

Aims to distribute food, medical aid and basic counselling services to the underprivileged and urban poor of Malaysia. The main aim is to reduce the number of homeless people on the streets over a period of time.

Phone: (+60) 3 2141 6046


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Reef Check Malaysia

Reef Check Malaysia works to conserve Malaysia's ocean and marine ecosystems. Our Projects are based in 3 locations in Malaysia - Tioman Island, Mersing group of islands, and Mantanani Island. Our teams are based on these islands, where they work with the local communities to empower them to look after the marine resources.

Phone: +03-2161 5948


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The Borneo Project

The upper Baram River Basin is the largest area of unprotected primary forest in Sarawak, containing dozens of species threatened with extinction. To protect the area from logging and palm oil, indigenous communities will survey flora and fauna, learn agroforestry practices, reforest logged areas, develop green jobs, and continue advocating for land rights and forest protection.

Phone: (+61) 403 445 801


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Make-a-wish Foundation

Enables children with life threatening illness to make a wish in terms of education, games, support, books etc.

Phone: (+60) 3 4047 9010


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The Pure Life Society

Aims to cater to the needs of children who are from broken homes/ orphans/ abandoned/ neglected/ abused etc.

Phone: (+60) 3 7782 9391


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Maybank Hindu Society 

Aims to cater to the needs of children who are from broken homes/ orphans/ abandoned/ neglected/ abused etc.

Phone: (+60) 3 2070 8833


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Women's Aid Organisation (WAO)

Women's Aid Organization opened Malaysia's first Refuge in 1982. This project shelters over 120 abused women and their children and provide telephone counselling to over 2,000 women in crisis per year.

Phone: (+60) 3 7957 5636 / 0636


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Malaysian Women in Ministry and Theology

To help women build their identity, role and status in the society

Phone: (+60) 3 254 2646


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Shelter for child survivors of abuse in Malaysia by Women's Aid Organization (WAO)

The Child Care Centre is a support facility for the children of our former Refuge residents who are domestic violence survivors.

Phone: (+60) 3 7957 5636 / 0636


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St. Nicholas' Home, Penang

The Child Care Centre is a support facility for the children of our former Refuge residents who are domestic violence survivors.

Phone: (+60) 4 229 0800


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Liberty to Learn Berhad

The Youth Leadership Program (YLP) will enable refugee youth living in Malaysia to become leaders in their community, through transformative peer to peer training. Using a human-centered design approach, YLP builds the soft skills of young refugees, boosting their capacities to identify and solve the challenges their communities face.

Phone: (+60) 3 4032 2107


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Wings Melaka

Wings Melaka works closely with the families of children with learning disabilities - parents learn alongside their children in our Early Intervention Programme and are further empowered through parent support groups and access to a well-stocked toy and resource library.

Phone: (+60) 6 286 2926


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SOS Missions Berhad

Our project aims to provide tutoring and coaching aid which will be done remotely to help the blind students study even in pandemic times anytime anywhere at their safety and comfort levels

Phone: (+60) 3 2787 3000


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Amma Foundation - Right to Learn Project

Providing kids with training in education and computer training and organizing activities for kids to learn and part take from time to time.

Phone: (+60) 1 6633 8959


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Sunflower Children Foundation

Aim is to create a world where children can realise their dreams and potential and have a bright future.

Phone: (+60) 3 2276 0706


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Association of Toy Libraries Malaysia

Aims to make play accessible to children regardless of how big or how small the toys are.

Phone: (+60) 1 6333 4228


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The FLAME Foundation

To provide under privileged children with food, education, medicines and sometimes homes too.

Phone: (+60) 1 7379 3121


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Global Street Mission

To provide rehabilitation and support to to the marginalized and downtrodden sections of Malaysia.

Phone: +016 496 2671


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Special Children Society of Ampang

To develop and ensure children with disabilities can get similar opportunities with respect to learning, schooling, and work and to provide them with the best facilities for them to achieve the same.

Phone: (+60) 3 4256 8719


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Rumah Anak Yatim Shifa

Aims to build up work and general skills of orphan children by building up their skills and hobbies that also helps them to have a better and a happier life.

Phone: (+60) 3 4021 8271


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The Budimas Charitable Foundation

Aims to collect funds so as to provide training and shelter to underprivileged children and orphans- the main aim being that children must get a fixed roof above their head at all times.

Phone: +03 6252 6336


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United Learning Center

Aims to provide education to Burmese kids in Malaysia who cannot get proper and good quality education in Malaysia due to the refugee status of their parents. They also aim to provide books, training and meals to these kids.

Phone: (+60) 3 2141 9669


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Charisma Movement 

Charisma Movement is a youth-led organization created to encourage volunteerism by providing a reliable and sustainable framework for community service & leadership projects to be carried out in Malaysia.

Phone: -


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Michael’s badminton academy

One-year program providing underprivileged children an opportunity to develop and excel in sports.

Phone: (+60) 1 2969 8101