MONEY & ME. A Programme for Youth Financial Empowerment. The Edge Education Foundation together with Citi Foundation provide a free financial literacy programme to equip low and lower-middle income youth with financial literacy skills. At the end of their 6 month training, there are group activities and small business projects, teaching teamwork and collaboration. Many […]
ANGSANAcare Annual Report (2016-2017) A brief report of the year is contained below. The activities conducted in the second year of ANGSANAcare’s life continue the foundations laid in the ‘kick-off’ year, of providing holistic therapies for children, and counselling and psychological therapy to both children and their care-givers. For reasons of patient confidentiality, it is […]
ANGSANAcare just completed their 2nd AGM, with 18 months of service in the GHKL. The reports show that we have provided a very impressive 800 hours of therapeutical work to children in palliative care in just a year and a half.
Puan Sri Siew Toh Ee, the Founder of Nordic Walking UK Malaysia came to visit our children in IPHKL on 13th Feb 2017. She came laden with gifts for them. Colouring books, pencils and crayons. She spent precious time playing with the kids and helping them to create masterpieces of art. It was a very […]
The staff of Shell Malaysia put their hands in their pockets and made a tremendous effort to collect a donation of RM6290.00 for ANGSANAcare. This was of their own initiative and not done as a CSR project by the company. We are so touched and grateful for your generosity and love. Thank you to […]
ANGSANAcare is the recipient of Suria KLCC’s Christmas Charity Drive. We got to light up Malaysia’s largest and tallest Christmas tree and it was done remembering all the little ones that have passed through our care and the ones who will benefit from this donation in the future. May every light on the tree represent […]
Dr Sue Jennings conducted a private course in Neuro Dramatic Play Therapy and it was a hands on and completely immersive commitment for a week. The benefits of this learning will directly affect the children in hospital from many angles: Specialist medical care, nursing and therapy.
We spent 2 days indulging in immense learning and understanding. Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam and Ratan Tata encouraged and upheld the duties charged to leaders of Charitable Societies. Running a charitable organisation is less intimidating when provided with structured guidance by the Institute for Societal Leadership of the National University of Singapore.