Amee Philips, an internationally renowned Jewellery Designer, had an Exclusive Jewellery Sale and Charity Auction at the Indulgence Restaurant in Ipoh on 7th September 2014. Charity being on her mind, she had requested Dato’ Chong Phaik Kee, PerakState’s Director of Welfare Services, to nominate a Non Government Organisation to benefit from the Charity Auction. So Perak Palliative Care Society (PPCS) was nominated. This nomination was supported by Y.B. Dato’ Dr. Mah Hang Soon, The Perak State Government’sEXCO in-charge of Public Transport, Health, Non Muslim Affairs and NewVillages,who was the Guest of Honour for the function.
After official launch of the function, invited Guests were given a lecture on Gems. The guests began to gather around the displayed exclusive jewelleries designed by Amee Philips. There were 9 models showing off various jewelleries throughout the function. Special Western Lunch was served for the guests. There was also a press conference where Y. B. Dato’ Dr. Mah hoped more such auctions be held by Amee Philips and other organisations to help NGOs which are are providing charitable services to the community.
Amee Philips has donated 3 pieces of jewelleries for the Charity Auction. All of these were auctioned off at RM21,500. To add to this Y.B. Dato’ Dr. Mah Hang Soon, pledged a donation of RM5000 from the Perak State Government to PPCS.
PPCS wishes to thank Registrar Of Societies Perak Director, Mrs. Amirthavalli A.V. Muthiah, Dato’ Chong Phaik Kee, Y.B. Mah Hang Soon and Amee Philips for these generous contributions that will undoubtedly be a great use infurtherance of PPCS objectives that is to make available palliative care topeople who need it irrespective of race and religion, by preventing and relieving symptoms so that the patients with life-limiting illnesses can get on with daily life.
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Community Service Program of the Interact Club of SMK Raja Perempuan was launched by Pn Hjh. Juahir Bt. Mohd Hassan, the school’s Principal on 11 March 2014. With this program, it is hoped to increase awareness regarding volunteerism among students. … Continue reading
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From: Soon Woon (RJ-6) MHC-TR Nursing
Date: Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 10:16 PM
Subject: thank you
To: “admin at ppcs.org.my”
My family visited the society in regards to my dad, Mr Soon Sun Hoe’s care . He was referred by Dr Chan of Fatima Hospital. I am very impressed with the prompt home assessment visit and would like to send my gratitude to all involved in his care now and the future. I know it is going to be a rough journey for him and the family but I also know that special people like you will make all the difference.
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Date: Mon, Oct 14, 2013 at 1:52 PM
Subject: Appreciation Email from Haji Khairi’s Family
To: admin at ppcs.org.my
Dear Members of the Perak Palliative Care Society,
I am representing my family and my late father Haji Khairi Bin Haji Tasim. We would like to express our gratitude to Nurse Sue, Dato Dr Ziaudin Ahamed and the Society as well for the dedication and commitment rendered to my father during his final moments.
My late father was really touched and happy with the services provided especially by Nurse Sue and Dato Dr Ziaudin Ahamed. It helped to ease the burden he faced in fighting the cancer. Nurse Sue’s present on regular basis helped us in managing the health related issues arising from complication faced by my father . The attention, advices and camaraderie shown by Nurse Sue made the final months of my father’s life more meaningful and we were able to have wonderful moments together.
It has been 20 days since my father passed away, but we will never forget the kindness shown to us and especially to my father .We hope that the Society will continue to help others in similar situation like us and all the good deeds will be rewarded by God.
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On 27th October 2103, PPCS held a Charity Food Fair to raise funds for carrying out our activities. The pictures in this gallery will tell you a lot of stories. Just move your mouse over the pictures for the captions. … Continue reading
PPCS is run by volunteers from the community for the community. Provides FREE Palliative Care services irrespective of clients background such as religion, race or political ideology. This service is made possible by donations. This food fair is another initiative by PPCS to raise funds for its activities.
Can you Help?
You can help by
1. Donating Food Stuff for sale by PPCS on that day.
2. Buy Coupons which are already available and will also be available on that day.
3. Visit our Food Fair and Buy Food in the fair. 100% of funds raised will be chanelled to PPCS activities.
HELP US TO HELP PROVIDE FREE PALLIATIVE CARE FOR THE COMMUNITY.