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By volunteering with , you will be doing your bit, helping us to assist people who are struggling to lead an independent life. In sharing your time, skills, knowledge and networks you can make a positive change, helping the people we support to overcome disadvantage and empowering them to build better futures for themselves.
We believe that everyone has something to offer, whether you have a specialized skill, qualification, are interested in corporate volunteering or you just want to make a difference, we will do our best to match your interests with our activities, aiming to make your experience as a volunteer a satisfying one.
On the 8th of June, a distribution of: cooking oil, flour, sugar, salt, biscuits, instant noodles and powdered milk was carried out by volunteers and given out to the community in need. The location chosen for the My Ole-Ole program was the area of Selayang, Selangor. There were initially a total number of 25 Muslim families living around Kampung Orang Asli Bukit Lagong, Selayang who previously had been selected in order that they would be the recipients of the goods and at the time of the distribution, the volunteers also interviewed all the families to ask them about their welfare. By assisting these families, SALAM hopes that this particular group would feel less of a financial burden in preparing for cultural celebrations such as the Raya Aidilfitri festival and SALAM is overwhelmed with gratitude for the support that the volunteers and sponsors have contributed to the program. Congratulations and keep up the good work!
On April 15th 2018, SALAM volunteers, headed by Shahira Binti Ariffin, contributed groceries to a needy family at Lot 1837, Batu 9, Kampung Sijangkang, Teluk Panglima Garang Selangor. The head of this family in need is Mr. Muhammed Nganadi Bin Muhammed Mustar, 62, who has been suffering from hip problems that has caused him to be paralyzed from the hip down. His wife, Ms. Asmah Binti Hamzah, 68, is suffering from heart disease. Ms. Asmah has a mentally ill twin who the family is also taking care of.
Because of their situation, the environment in which they live has deteriorated into an unmanageable and cluttered mess. Several volunteers took the initiative to assist the family in holding gotong-royong and also helped them to celebrate Aidilfitri on June 30th of 2018, and the purpose of this has been to secure the family with better health and some financial security, especially regarding food. It was a wonderful experience for SALAM volunteers serving and assisting these three elderly individuals. A total of 23 SALAM volunteers along with 10 students from Maahad Tahfiz Ulama Sentral participated in the outreach along with 3 people contracted by the local Kuala Langat district council.
Still working on it.
Still working on it.
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NEWS & EDITORIALS
ZAIN AND CHICKEN EGGS
Zain. It’s not actually his name. I have forgotten it. The story revolves around 2005. Just assume his name is ‘Zain’. He is one of the participants who joined our Volunteer Basic Course at Pahang. Zain is a disabled person but he is an accountant. He hasn’t had a right hand since birth.
I BUILT A ROBOT
I am excited about this programme because we rarely get out of our village to do anything and I got up early that morning to board the provided bus. In 90 minutes, we were being greeted by Salam and Shrdc staff. They split us up into two groups.
FOOD PACKAGE WITH LOVE & HOPE FOR PALU’S SMILES
More than a month ago, on September 28, the entire nation was shocked with a grave news of what had happened to the brothers and sisters in Sulawesi. An immense earthquake of 7.5 scala ritcher magnitude accompanied by a devastating tsunami.