Monday, May 13, 2013

MOW HAPPY CHILD – Introducing MOW’s latest program

First and foremost, we would like to THANK all our DONORS for your support of our projects and activities, be it through contribution in cash, materials or volunteer time. We have grown through leaps and bounds, and this is attributed to the strong support we have been getting from our DONORS and VOLUNTEERS.

We are happy to share the good news with all our SUPPORTERS that we have embarked on a new program, called MOW HAPPY CHILD. The objective of MOW HAPPY CHILD is to provide support to terminally or chronically ill children from under-privileged families. The support can be in the form of sustenance and medicine, to enable the child to have a better quality of life.

Siti Nurmaisara, who has cystic fibrosis is our first MOW HAPPY CHILD recipient. Click below to read more on Siti's case:

We will be recruiting more suitable children for our MOW HAPPY CHILD program, and we will keep you posted.

If you wish to donate to MOW HAPPY CHILD general fund, please contact June at 03-77849002 or Kim at 012-3036019 or email

Donations in cash/cheque can be deposited into our account (Acc Name: Ti Ratana Community Centre Penchala, CIMB, Acc No: 14660000259057).

Please email the bank-in slip to and specify in the email the funds is for MOW HAPPY CHILD. 

Important to understand our direct cash policy to the recipients
MOW HAPPY CHILD program is set up solely for the intention of giving support in nutrition and medicine only, as such we do not encourage cash/cheque to be given directly to the recipients. This policy by Meals on Wheels Ti-Ratana is created so that  we can manage the donation by keeping you updated on how your contribution is spent and to avoid abuse of the donation.

In the event you wish to donate cash/cheque to them directly for other expenses and other usage you are most certainly welcome to do so but we will not be in the position to manage and report on the donation.

Thank you in advance for your support in helping MOW HAPPY CHILD recipients have a better quality of life.

Posting and pictures by Kim

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