September 28, 2017

Short-term Volunteer Activities

Short-term Volunteer Activities


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Rumah SALAM is a Community Centre for marginalized children and women located in Chow Kit, Kuala Lumpur.

Facebook: Rumah Salam

A centre managed by Yayasan Salam Malaysia

Women Beneficiaries:
1. Group SharingParticipants will spend the time to socialize with the beneficiaries of the center.2.Fitness Activity

Participants will lead the “local exercise style” with the beneficiaries of the center.

Children Beneficiaries:
1. Story telling

Participants will do some role-play

2. Home Visit

Participants will be taken to beneficiaries’ home for courtesy visit and hand them with basic dried food items



Pusat Pemulihan Dalam Komuniti (PDK) Hulu Kelang

PDK Hulu Kelang is a rehabilitation / training centre for the disabled with multiple disorder such as cerebral palsy, autisme, slow learner as well as handicapped.

Facebook: Pdkhulukelang Selangor

Rehab Centre for the Disabled

1. Painting of the Building

Participants to do repainting of the center.

2. Floor mat making

Participants will experience to make the floor mats from the used clothes together with the trainees.

3. Gardening

Participants will plant some vegetable seeds at the center courtyard with the trainees.



Kindness Malaysia

Kindness Malaysia is the sole member representing Malaysia for The World Kindness Movement. Kindness Malaysia is founded upon the powerful belief in kindness and dedicated to providing resources and tools that encourage acts of kindness.

Facebook: Kindness Malaysia

Promoting kindness acts through simple activity

1. Project Seringgit:

Participants will distribute some 1 Ringgit (MYR) Notes to the commuters of LRT in promoting kindness act to the public.

2. Project Petrol

Participants will distribute 2 Ringgit (MYR) vouchers to the motorbike riders in promoting kindness act to the public.



Malaysia Foundation for the Blind (MFB)

As a national nonprofit foundation, the Malaysian Foundation for the Blind (MFB) is here to make life better for blind and partially sighted people in Malaysia. We champion access and equality, and seek to share the benefits of new technologies. Whether you’re losing your sight, or you’re blind or partially sighted, we can help you face the future with confidence.

Facebook: Malaysian Foundation For The Blind

Training Centre for the Blind

1. Disability Awareness Training

Participants to be trained on how to lead the blind people in a right manner.

2. Brailled Learning
Participants will learn the basic of brailled alphabets.


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  1. Participants to select one area of the community service activity.
  2. The organizer will provide the tools of the activity and the refereshments.
  3. Short briefing will be given once the participants reach at the activity area.
  4. Decent dress code is required to attend the activity (eg. No short skirts /short pants for women).
  5. All activity are subject to change.