Love & Care the Elderly

Auntie Yu, 65, lives alone on the third floor of an abandoned shophouse in the busy city. Her mother and younger brother died one after another in the past two years. Apart from leaving Auntie Yu immeasurable sadness and loneliness, both of them left her a room full of old things to be sorted out too.

Auntie Yu broke her leg a year ago, she’s unable to work now, and her feet still cannot stand and walk. When she was first injured, she relied on a friend to take her to Hospital Sultanah Aminah for follow-up. After that, Auntie Yu stayed in her 3rd floor small room for 15 months. Kind ex-boss and neighbours bought her some food; during MCO, she had bread and biscuits to fill her hunger most of the time.

In the past 1 or 2 months, Auntie Yu realized that she could not control her bladder function, and the floor is all wet when she felt the urgency. The downgrading physiological function making Auntie Yu panic and lost. She tried to narrate her own experience firmly but broke down and sobbed helplessly. The volunteers secretly wiped the tears and encouraged her to face it positively, and consider to move in Amitabha Old Folks Home to receive proper care and balanced diet.

Auntie Yu’s inferiority is her biggest burden. She is afraid of bringing inconveniences to others, and hopes that her health can improve and continue to live independently.

Note: Volunteers will continue to visit Auntie Yu and bring her daily necessities, to be continued… (real name is not revealed to protect the beneficiary)

Act to Aid · Share to Care

Covid-19 is not only harmful to health, it puts lots of families in pitiful situation too. “Beating Pandemic with Love: Covid-19 Unemployment Relief” has received a number of applications from the public during a week time. On 26th July 2020, helpful volunteers delivered aids to 14 underprivileged families. In addition to deliver items to them, volunteers also shared their love and care with the beneficiaries. Thanks again to the volunteers!

Join Poverty Relief Team 012-779 9593 (Claire)

Beating Pandemic with Love: COVID-19 Unemployment Relief

Amitabha Malaysia has launched the programme of “Beating Pandemic with Love: COVID-19 Unemployment Relief”, aims at delivering aids to those families with financial problems during MCO. Daily necessities are provided to those who have lost their jobs due to the pandemic for more than two months and above. Ration will be delivered to approved families for 3 consecutive months. Re-assessment will be conducted on the 3rd month. This relief programme is open for applicaiton from 18th July onwards. Please call 07-2132448 (Claire) or browse Amitabha Malaysia Facebook Page for more details. Once application is received, Amitabha Malaysia social worker will contact you for further information.

Amitabha Malaysia also pleads sponsorship for this program at RM150 per month to provide necessities to each family. Today, more than ever, we need your help in responding to this pandemic. 

  • Support Daily Necessities for a Month

RM150-RM280 (Depends on Family Size)

  • Donate Daily Necessities to the address as below:

Amitabha Orphanage

115 & 115A, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Abad 80250 Johor Bahru, Johor.

Tel: +607-535 3356

Amitabha Caring Shelter, Kulai

Lot 1488, Jalan Kampung Felda Taib Andak, Off Jalan Kota Tinggi 81000 Kulaijaya, Johor.

Tel: +607-535 3358/ +6012-798 0991

Amitabha Caring Shelter, KL

A-14 & A-15, Jalan Rukun 7, Happy Garden, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama 58200 Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: +603-7890 3700

Giving is about making a difference

“Every kidney patient needs 5-6 pairs of powder-free gloves during each dialysis treatment. ” 

We provided affordable and high-quality dialysis treatment for financially constrained kidney patients. Recently, the price of essential medical supplies getting higher and higher; this makes us facing financial pressure. We urge the public to show your kindness by donating #powderfreegloves for the cause of charity medical work! 

Recipe Sharing: Vegan Bak Zhang (Dumplings)

Our orphanage celebrates every traditional cultural festival. Every year, the caregiver will prepare delicious vegan bak zhang to children during the Dragon Boat Festival. 

We record, note down, and share our recipe of vegan bak zhang with you.  

You can try to do vegan bak zhang at home; vegan food can also be delicious too! 

Beauty never ages

The team of Ji Di IMAGE visited our Caring Shelter; they dressed up our seniors and took a series of personal photos for them. 
Our social workers print out and gift to our seniors; the seniors made lots of laughter when viewing their pretty looking in the photo. 

We feel contented when looking at their priceless smiles. Thank you once again to the team of Ji Di IMAGE! 

Stand with us

From 18th March to 28th April 2020, Amitabha Charity Orphanage, Amitabha Caring Shelter (Kulai & KL) are closed to public. During this challenging period, we’re facing a severe shortage of essential supplies and financial reserves, sincerely hope that you could lend a helping hand to tide over the difficulties. Please continue to support us through online donations:

Poverty Relief

Amitabha Malaysia has been supporting the life necessity of 273 family-in-need with food and household items every month since 2005. The beneficiary families, including single-parent families, family members with chronic diseases, disabled family members, etc.

During the MCO period, the supplies and financial sources are seriously shortage, and we urge to lend a helping hand to our family-in-need, stand with us to tide over the difficulties.

Christmas Celebration in Caring Shelter (KL)

Here come 12 volunteers visit our caring shelter in KL branch on 29th Dec, celebrate Christmas and pre Chinese New Year with our elderlies. They gifted us daily groceries and prepared a hearty lunch. After the lunch, the volunteers sing along with our elderlies, music brings cheers, grandpa and grandma had a joyous singing session. The Chinese New Year is coming after Christmas, volunteers gave our elderlies angpow as a blessing token, wishing them to have a healthy year.

We’re looking forward to their next visit!