Ti-Ratana Welfare Society
Centre of HOPE, SHARING, CARING & GROWTH
Ti-Ratana Welfare Society is a charitable organisation registered on 9th February 1994 under
the Registrar of Societies Act and then officiated on 21st June 1997. It has a President and
committee elected yearly by its members to oversee its operations, with Chief High Priest of
Malaysia, The Most Ven. Datuk K. Sri Dhammaratana as its Founder and Advisor.
A Community Service Society established in the spirit of compassion, to serve and provide shelter, education and care to the needy of all ages regardless of race and creed.
To provide a Sanctuary for anyone in need of care or support as well as community centres for the development of a happy and healthy society.
Would you like to partner with us in bringing change?
Ti-Ratana is always on the lookout for passionate people, whether from the corporate sector or in a classroom, who want to make a difference in the
lives of those in need.
There are 6 ways you can get involved. If you’re looking to be a volunteer in Malaysia or other ways to get involved, have a look through and see how
you can come on board.
(include Child Support
(include Senior Citizen
Support Programmes and
(include Women Support
(include support for local NGOs,
Events, Functions, Facilities
Maintenance, Annual Development
Projects and Employment systems)
(include Medicine Supplies,
Where The Funds Go
- Light Up Children
- Light Up Elderly Folks
- Light Up Women
- Light Up Community
- Light Up Health
- Light Up Handicap
Light Up Children
(include Child Support Programmes and Non-Sponsorship Projects)
Light Up Elderly Folks
(include Senior Citizen Support Programmes and Non-Sponsorship Projects)
Light Up Health
(include Medicine supplies, equipments and Non-Sponsorship check-ups)
Light Up Community
(include supports for local NGOS, Events, Functions, Facilities Maintenance, Annual Development Projects and Employment systems)
Light Up Women
(include Women Support Programmes and Non-Sponsorship Projects)
Light Up Handicap
(include Healthcare Programmes and Non-Sponsorship Projects)
Accountability and transparency are cornerstones of Ti-Ratana. We work hard to
ensure all resources entrusted to us are used in the most effective and efficient
manner to ensure the greatest benefits for children and families.
Ti-Ratana ensures that progress reports and financial statements are made
available at the end of every project so you know exactly how the funds we received
are being used to help the unfortunate people to achieve self-sustainability.
We are now running Homes from a cluster of buildings at 16106-16107, Jalan 13B, Salak South Bahru (Desa Petaling), K.L. The Homes are under the care of 30 permanent staff and numerous volunteers.
We have a dedicated team of maintenance workers, cooks, caregivers, wardens and healthcare providers who are staying in at the Welfare Society to look after all the basic daily needs of our current residents.
You are more than welcome to support Ti-Ratana Welfare Society by monetary donation towards their welfare and upkeep.
Ti-Ratana Community Centres
The community centres concentrate on community and religious services to the neighbourhood and welfare projects to the poor and needy. Some of the centres have resident monks to conduct prayers, give Dharma talks and dispense blessings.
At present we have 7 Community Centres at:
Ti-Ratana Buddhist Society – Bangsar
No. 17, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar,
59000 Kuala Lumpur.
Ti-Ratana Community Centre – Tmn Bkt Anggerik, Cheras
Jalan 5/154, Taman Bukit Anggerik,
56000 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.
Ti-Ratana Buddhist Society – Lumbini Garden, Puchong
No 36 & 38, Jalan Puteri 4/2,
Bandar Puteri, 47100 Puchong, Selangor.
Ti-Ratana Community Centre – Penchala, PJ
No. 21, Jalan Penchala,
46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Ti-Ratana Community Centre – Kepong
No 1032, Jalan Silang,
52100 Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.
Ti-Ratana Vihara – Klang
Persiaran Aman Perdana 2, Aman Perdana,
41050 Klang, Selangor.
The Community Services and Welfare Projects include:
- TR Annual Fund Raising Charity Dinner
- TR Family Day Food & Fun Fair
- TR Health Carnival
- Meals on Wheels operated by Penchala Community Centre
- Distribution of food, medicine and clothes to victims of natural disasters
- Free dharma talks by renowned visiting monks
- Free yearly PT3 & SPM examinations seminars
- A Sayonara Camp organised every December for youths aged 13 to 21 years old to teach them team spirit and leadership skills
- Recycling campaign
- Vegetarian lunches with a puja for monks on the 1st and 15th day of the lunar calendar
- Senior citizens club
- Counselling and discussion sessions
- Physical exercise classes like line dancing and Tai-Chi
- Language classes, cooking classes