One day my friends and I were discussing about plans to do during weekend, so out of sudden thoughts, I think why don’t we do something meaningful rather than just window shopping in the shopping malls. Therefore I contacted Ti-ratana Welfare center to ask whether we can make a visit, and Yes, they do allowed visitors.
For your information, Ti-ratana Welfare center is one of the biggest independent, voluntary, Not-to-profit NGOs based in Kuala Lumpur that take care of 150 children and 100 old folks in their center.
So about two weeks earlier, we started to gather family and friends to join. I was so touched some friends that unable to join also contributed some funds to us to buy the necessary goods to the center. I’m glad that we collected RM1650 cash and some goods costs about another RM500-600 too. So earlier of the day before visit, we went to Kuchai Lama NSK bought items such as chicken, rice, eggs, fruits and etc. The remaining of the funds, we gave to center in cash. A friend even sponsored homemade cupcakes for the kids to enjoy too.
At the center, we were given a tour around the center, we met some of the adorable kids age below 7 years old. The youngest baby in the center which was same age as my daughter (1 year old) and the center do help single mother who need shelter too. It really touched me deeply to see these vulnerable children, they are very curious about my big tummy, keep touching my tummy and said baby inside.
There are an old folks home too, we spend a little time to chit chat with the folks, they were very friendly. If you have time, do pay a visit just to chat with them, they have lots of stories to tell.
We don’t represent any organizations, we don’t gain any profits, we don’t need any fame, we gather just for one reason, which is a heart to give a little love to people who need it most and will continue to spread the loves as much as we can. Let’s don’t wait and start giving today.
This blog was started when I got Cookie (Golden retriever) into my house, initially is all about pets and then it extended to talk all about my life, my daughters Chestnut and Jane, my travel experiences, recipes and my passion towards art and crafts.
So it kinds of "Rojak" blog, that tells about everything that I love and experience. And I'm happy with my "rojak" life.