Wednesday, January 7, 2015


Dear donors, supporters and volunteers, thank you for all your kindness. All the items are collected from all the community centre and will be sorted out tonight . We will be making our way to TEMERLOH tomorrow. Stay tune for we will update you with pictures when we are there- Meals on Wheels Ti-Ratana ( family member of Ti-Ratana Welfare Society)

FLOOD RELIEF INITIATED by Ti-Ratana Welfare Society

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Meals on wheels Ti-Ratana ( MOW ) to CAMERON HIGHLANDS FLOOD on Sunday 10 November 2014

Meals on wheels Ti-Ratana (MOW) to  CAMERON HIGHLANDS FLOOD on Sunday 10 November 201
The Cameron Highland flood caused Ringlet town, Ringlet New Village and Kampung Ulu Merah Ringlet to be submerged in knee-deep muddy water after continuous heavy rain causes Sungai Ringlet to overflow its banks.

 We purchased 1) Towels 2) Blankets 3) Canned Food 4) Biscuit5) Soap and took along with us donated goods.

We left at 5.30am on the 'Baby Van' where else 'Mama Van' left earlier at 4.30am.

It was a bright and sunny day and the Ketua Kampung received us warmly, taking us around the affected area. It was a very a heartbreaking scene.

The lucky ones tare able to clean their house to move back into their home,  some unfortunately have to vacate and the leaving the rest with destroyed homes.

The community hall of Taman ringlet was used as a temporary shelter for those who are unable to move back into their home.

After unloading all the goods, we prepare ourselves to give a helping hand to the victims' house and all the road, pathways that is blocked with rubbish, debris and mud.

Our team loading up on mama van

Loading up on Baby Van

The weather was good allowing us to do our work

We arrived at the Community Hall

Unloading all the goods

Thank you for all the donated goods! Bro Tommy and Bro Ivan organised together with Bro Chee Keong who drove the Van


A victim with her child

When can I go back home?

Despite the situation the kids entertain themselves

Do they have a choice?

Make shift home

Tzu chi team

Meals on Wheels Ti-Ratana team

All ready to clean up

It was no easy task

Difficult task 

The flood water washed the house in filthy water

Sand bags placed hoping the water will not enter the house when the rain starts to pour again

The roads and walkway are small making it difficult to bring in big  machinery to help with the clearing

This house is a wreck and will have to be rebuilt

Kids hoping to go back to their home

Impossible to salvage

Boy looking for his belonging in his house that is submerge in mud

These wooden houses are soaked in mud and debris

Sludge, mud, debris and rubbish everywhere
Sludge, mud, debris and rubbish everywhere

Sludge, mud, debris and rubbish everywhere

Sludge, mud, debris and rubbish everywhere

Sludge, mud, debris and rubbish everywhere

 Sludge, mud, debris and rubbish everywhere

sand bags everywhere hoping for the rain not to pour again

Sludge, mud, debris and rubbish everywhere

Tzu Chi was there helping a victim to clean her house

Picture with other NGO's and the Ketua Kampung before we depart

We are in touch with the Ketua Kampung and will keep all posted of the status

Our Heartfelt gratitude to all who donated the goods, volunters and well wishers.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Meals on Wheels to the flood at Cameron Highlands's, Ringlet New Village.


The Cameron Highland flood caused Ringlet town, Ringlet New Village and Kampung Ulu Merah Ringlet  submerged in knee-deep muddy water after continuous heavy rain causing Sungai Ringlet to overflow its banks.

MEALS ON WHEELS TI-RATANA (MOW) are going to bring the items listed below:

1) Towels

2) Blankets

3) Canned Food

4) Biscuits

5) Soap

The Team will leave Sunday 9 Nov at 6.30am from Ti-Ratana Community Centre Penchala

Please contact: Tommy+60 12 240 9020/ Ivan+60 12 291 7382

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Meals on Wheels (MOW) Celebrate Deepavali - A celebration of LOVE

Meals on Wheels (MOW) celebrated Deepavali at Klang Utama Caring Home last Sunday, 19th October, with lots of LOVE.

It all began with the congregation of The Fraternity Riders and MOW's volunteers at our Penchala Centre, where the convoy took off and headed towards Klang at 11am.

The Fraternity Riders and MOW volunteers at TI RATANA PENCHALA Centre

On the way to the Home, we "picked up" other 10 bikers before arriving at the Home. You can imagine the impressive sound of the bike's engine as we turned into the Home and our arrival caused quite a stir in the quiet neighbourhood.

The children were all excited with the arrival of so many guests and of course, the sight and sound of the big roaring bikes.  This caused some chaos, but one of the caretakers of the Home, aka 'Teacher" managed to calm the children and got them seated for a brief welcome and greeting. The head caretaker aka "Mummy" looked tired but happy that we chose her Home to celebrate the festival of lights.

By then it was past noon, so we fed the children with rice, mutton curry, fried tenggiri fish and vegetables. Our brothers from the Fraternity Riders, serving lunch was a sight to behold!

We also brought ladhu, assortment of muruku, apples and pears for dessert but the children were too stuffed after lunch, and these sweet stuff were saved for tea later in the day.

After lunch, some of the children fooled around with gadgets like camera, iPad, walkie talkie, helmets and handphones of the volunteers. They loved having their pictures taken and able to see it instantly.

No MOW event will be complete without games, and this was handled by Fuzi Magic, Christine and friends, with the help of the Teacher. Winners were awarded prizes. And all the kids were given goodie bags and cookies.

With the cash donations we collected for this event, apart from paying for the lunch, we purchased two food trolleys and clothes dryers as requested by Mummy.

The highlight of the day was of course the joy ride given by the Fraternity Riders to the children as well as some of the volunteers. The children were thrilled and of course, one VROOM VROOM ride around the neighbourhood is just not enough. The adults hop on the bike for a thrill ride too!

The bike ride marked the end of MOW's Deepavali celebration at the Home. It was indeed a celebration of LOVE. With about 30 volunteers from The Fraternity Riders, Fuzi Magic, Christine and friends, and of course MOW, there were plenty of LOVE for the 40 plus children living in this Home.

For the children of Klang Utama Caring Home ... it was a wonderful and joyous day to remember and cherish. For the volunteers, it was a Sunday well-spent.

Thank you to our donors and volunteers without whom the event would not have been possible.

LGB Holdings Sdn. Bhd.
Empire Stone Marketing
Dennis Pet & Family
Mr See & Kim
Alex & Adrian Lee
Teoh Seok Thien
Wong Kah Keen
Raymond Jude James
Joseph Xavier
Derek Beins
Aravind Kumar
Appaduria Raja
Yong Nyok Kiong
Puvendran Chandran
Wong Kah Keen
Fuzi Magic
Christine Choy
Fraternity Riders
Santi Forest Monastery, Ulu Tiram
Bro Tommy, Ivan, Andrew
Bro Amar
Bro Swee Keong
Bro Kho
Sis Cat
Sis Kim

Please click on link below for more pictures from this event:

Posted by: Kim
Pictures courtesy of: Amar