Foundations/Trusts

Divine Will Society Malaysia – Kuching
Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia (SAFM) – Kuala Lumpur

Divine Will Society Logo Kuching-min

DIVINE WILL SOCIETY MALAYSIA – KUCHING

CORE TEAM OF DIVINE WILL SOCIETY MALAYSIA – KUCHING

Anthony Bong-min

Anthony G C Bong

Chairman of Divine Will Society Malaysia

Senior Lawyer, Own Firm in Kuching Sarawak

Julius Tan-min

Julius Tan

Secretary of Divine Will Society Malaysia

Business Man and Founder of Loving Planet (an Alternate Therapies Centre) in Malaysia

Henry Gan-min

Henry Gan

Treasurer of Divine Will Society Malaysia

Projects Contractor, Own Firm manufacturing Elevators

Sim Kian Chiok-min

Sim Kian Chiok

Committee Member of Divine Will Society Malaysia

Quantity Surveyor, Real Estate Developer

Director of Sim Swee Yong Development & Construction Sdn. Bhd.

Sim Meng Chiok-min

Sim Meng Chiok

Committee Member of Divine Will Society Malaysia

Real Estate Developer

Director of Sim Swee Yong Development & Construction Sdn. Bhd.

PROJECTS OF DIVINE WILL SOCIETY MALAYSIA – KUCHING

  • A Centre for Human Development – Vishwa Niketanam (Universal Home) was inaugurated at Kuching on March 14, 2019
  • Regular medical outreach camps are conducted for serving tribal communities who do not have easy access to the local clinics. Every camp caters to at least 300 tribals. A community Mobile Bus Clinic is also used in these camps
  • Distribution of wheelchairs, commode chairs and walking sticks to NGOs which serve the physically challenged

Malaysia

Community Mobile Bus-min
Donation of wheel chairs and commode chairs-min

Vishwa Niketanam Centre for Human Development, Kuching

SAI ANANDA FOUNDATION MALAYSIA (SAFM) – KUALA LUMPUR

CORE TEAM OF SAI ANANDA FOUNDATION MALAYSIA (SAFM) – KUALA LUMPUR

Ayavoo Arumugam (2)-min

Ayavoo Arumugam

Founder of Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia

Senior Architect of Central Bank of Malaysia

Rabindranathan Nayar-min

Rabindranathan Nayar

Chairman of Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia

Retired Production Manager of New Straits Times Sdn. Bhd.

Subramaniam Kanan-min

Subramaniam Kanan

Secretary of Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia

Assistant Director for Inspectorate of Schools in the Ministry of Education Malaysia

Vimala Arumugam-min

Vimala Subramaniam

Deputy Secretary of Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia

Research Officer of Forest Research Institute of Malaysia

Rajnikanth BM Kamdar-min

Rajnikanth BM Kamdar

Trustee of Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia

Retired Director of Kamdar Sdn. Bhd.

Balasubramaniam Navaratnam-min

Balasubramaniam Navaratnam

Trustee of Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia

Retired Finance Manager of Mohd Asbi & Associates

Saraswathy Ramasamy-min

Saraswathy Ramasamy

Trustee of Sai Ananda Foundation Malaysia

Retired Retail Manager of Royal Selangor International Sdn. Bhd.

PROJECTS OF SAI ANANDA FOUNDATION MALAYSIA (SAFM) – KUALA LUMPUR

SAFM Educare

  • Special tuition coaching, computer classes, arts and crafts classes are conducted on a daily basis for about 120 students, with arrangements made for their meals and transport as well. Daily transportation to school is arranged for students in need
  • Co-curricular classes are conducted every Sunday for Education in human values, Yoga, Aerobics, Dance, Singing and Musical instruments for about 200 students
  • Sports Carnival, Competitions and Excursions for children are held every year in the month of May and nearly 200 students participate in these events
  • Distribution of school uniforms, school bags, school shoes and stationery to 150 students is done every year
  • Tertiary education sponsorship is offered to selected students who are in utmost need

SAFM Medicare

  • Sai Ananda Haemodialysis Centre provides free kidney dialysis for patients
  • A medical clinic operates during the weekends for walk-in patients. The clinic also provides medical aids, wheelchairs, artificial limbs, hearing aids, hospital referrals, cataract surgery sponsorship and subsidiary sponsorship for surgeries
  • A Dental Surgery Clinic was launched in March 2019 and provides free dental care to children and the elderly
  • A Mobile Medical Bus visits selected rural areas once a month. ECG examination, General Health examination, and dental screenings are done for about 50-100 patients. Referral cases are followed up by the doctors, in collaboration with hospitals
  • On the last Sunday of every month, a medical camp is organised. Over 100 patients are tested for Blood Pressure and Glucose. Deworming and Delousing and other health examinations are done in these camps. The dispensary in the camp provides medicines for free to all the patients
  • The Doctors who volunteer for the service activities also attend to home visits for bed-ridden patients

SAFM Sociocare

  • Skills Training cum Employment for destitute women (Ananda Cares) – Ananda Cares has provided employment for 30 destitute women and abandoned elders to help them earn a living allowance that gives them a sense of dignity. The employees learn baking and sewing as part of their skills training
  • Medical, Domestic and Financial Aid (Sai Cares) – Medical aids, knee guards and wheelchairs are donated to needy families. Essential commodities for cooking are provided to 80 families on a monthly basis
  • Home-to-Home survey is carried out periodically to evaluate the economic status of the community, monitor existing registered recipients and to identify new families who need support
  • Counselling session is conducted Free of Cost by a volunteer professional counsellor for selected children and mothers

SAFM Future Expansion

  • An elderly home for abandoned elders
  • A nursing home for sick and immobile patients
  • A learning centre for preschoolers with provision for playground and free bus transportation facilities
  • A student hub that will act like a tuition cum day-care centre for students brought up by single mothers and those from the economically backward strata of society. The hub will provide a safe place for children and teenagers and also engage them with constructive activities such as music classes, art classes, sports activities, yoga, coaching classes, prayers, and personal counselling sessions
  • Vocational Training has been planned for school drop-out teenagers, starting from the age group of 13. The boys will be taught mechanical skills, computer skills, electrical and catering skills. The girls will be taught bridal makeup, baking, sewing and hairdressing skills