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My First Time Volunteering in Kechara

Apr 17, 2017
My First Time Volunteering in Kechara

Before I met H.E. the 25th Tsem Rinpoche and Kechara, I was working and climbing my way up the career ladder to satisfy and fulfil my thirst for materialism. I always thought that was my main goal in life, just like many other people. However, as the years went by, I began feeling as...

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Homelessness in Malaysia

Nov 26, 2016
Homelessness in Malaysia

Across the globe, homelessness affects people of all ages, color and creed, and both genders. It is near impossible for a country’s administration to ascertain the true number of homeless people in their country, for some people may find themselves literally out in the streets the next day. The reasons for homelessness vary from...

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A special post for you

Jan 13, 2014
A special post for you

  Dear friends, When I left home at 16, I hitchhiked from New Jersey to Los Angeles in search of a Dharma center. I hopped into any cars that would take me, and when I was back on my feet walking along highways, I had no choice but to sleep along roadsides, on sidewalks...

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Kechara helps a family off the streets!

Jan 22, 2013
Kechara helps a family off the streets!

Anyway today I received this really nice update from Siong Woan who is KSK's treasurer, saying that Encik Faiz is finally off the streets.

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We are on TV !!

Mar 18, 2012
We are on TV !!

Kechara Soup Kitchen was first registered as an NGO in the year 2006. At that time, KSK really was running small scale, with only 20 packets of food distributed in the weekends.

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Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) Goes National!

Mar 11, 2011
Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) Goes National!

About 6 months ago, Kechara Soup Kitchen (KSK) opened a soup kitchen-cum-office off Jalan Imbi. Having a soup kitchen in the heart of KL gave them a permanent place from which to feed the homeless every week. Currently, 1,200 homeless people regularly come to get hot food, medical assistance, do their laundry, apply for...

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