PECHE x KITAFUND – Save their home campaign. (Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera)
Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera was established in 2009 with the hopes of providing a safe home for orphaned children and those whose families are too poor to raise. Currently, they have 30 boys and girls under their care between the ages of 2 – 18 years old. They aim to provide basic needs such as food, shelter, and education for these children. All expenses of the home are fully borne by Nur Syaheera Welfare Organisation Committee. Up until now, the funds for the home are sourced by donations from organizations and philanthropists.
This is Khadijah and she is one of the children living in this home. Khadijah and her sister were sent to Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera by their mother as she could not afford to raise these girls alone. She is a single mother and has struggled to find a job so there wasn’t any source of income. Now, these girls call Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera their home along with all their other ‘siblings’.
Akbar is a 15 year old boy who was sent to the home by his adoptive father after his adoptive mother passed away. Shortly after, Akbar’s adoptive father passed away due to an accident. Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera has decided to take in Akbar and to give him the love and support he needs until he reaches 18 years of age and is able to stand on his own feet.
Peche decided to collaborate with KitaFund and started this campaign in order to help raise the funds needed to purchase one of their current houses. Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera consists of 3 houses that are currently being rented and that are side by side. The house in the middle was put up for sale by the landlord and in order to avoid these children from losing their home, they have decided to purchase the house. However, they need all the help they can get, from anyone who is able to.
These children have gone through hardship at a very tender age. We would like to ask everyone out there to help donate whatever they can – monetary or by sharing – in order to save their home. We are targeting to raise RM50,000. A little goes a long way. Peche would like to invite you to join hands in helping to save Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera Orphanage.
We would also like to thank KLExpat Malaysia for taking the time and initiative to feature an article for this campaign on their website. The idea is to get this message spread to as many people as possible and to get exposure for this campaign so more people would help by donating or sharing.
Click the link below and let’s give back to those who need it. Let’s save their home – https://kitafund.com/9443-bantu-kami-selamatkan-rumah-anak-yatim-mereka