Help HUMAN AID support marginalized, stateless refugee communities and respond to their desperate needs by making a gift contribution today.

With your support we can:

  • Help poor refugee families send their children to school. No families pay to attend our school, it is an entirely sponsored education.
  • Help people learn skills to start and sustain their own businesses in a foreign land
  • Deliver medical support for refugees that require emergency medical attention or admission to hospitals
  • Help single women refugees build a better life for themselves, their families, and ultimately to support their communities

With your help, Human Aid can give refugees what we’d want for ourselves and our loved ones. Shelter. Food. Water. Medical supplies. Books. The chance to go to school and the hope of a proper future.

But we can’t do it without the support of: You.

ALL contributions go directly towards funding our school and refugee aid programs including administration costs. Human Aid Organisation Selangor (Pertubuhan Amal & Kemanusiaan Selangor) is an entirely non-profit, legally registered NGO under JKKN and the Registrar Of Societies in Malaysia.

Help us send a refugee child to school every month!

Every RM100 sends a child to school for a month at our centre. Contributions given are spent on teacher's salaries, meals, stationary and books. An additional RM150 gets us uniforms and shoes!

And more importantly, we want to get to know you better as well so send us an email to find out more about how we do it and where your contribution goes!

*To ONLY sponsor a child for school kindly reference "everychildmatters100" or "everychildmatters250"

Bank : CIMB Bank Berhad
Swift Code : CIBBMYKL
Account Number : 800 8389 590
Account Holder : Pertubuhan Amal & Kemanusiaan Selangor

Please scan bank in slip and email to us to issue receipt or donate through CIMB Clicks. Kindly reference "OnlineDonation"

Note: Please be advised, we are currently not a Tax-deductible organization as
a) Human Aid needs a few years of audited reports to qualify and
b) Refugee focused NGOs in Malaysia have a stricter exemption requirement