Ti-Ratana Welfare Society

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Ti-Ratana Welfare Society
Persatuan Kebajikan Ti-Ratana
Ti-Ratana Welfare Society Malaysia Logo.jpg
Founder Most Venerable K. Sri Dhammaratana
Type Non-governmental organisation
Registration no.1811/94 (PPM-001-14-09021994)
FocusOrphanage Homes, Old Folks Homes, Women Shelter, Community Centers, Mobile Clinics
MethodProvide shelter, education and care to the underprivileged members of the community, ie. children/orphans, women & senior citizen.
Website www.ti-ratana.org.my

Ti-Ratana Welfare Society is one of the biggest independent, voluntary, Not-for-profit NGOs based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is locally known and registered as "Persatuan Kebajikan Ti-Ratana"; while its Chinese name is 慈愛福利中心.


The society runs three children homes with over 250 children, two seniors' residences with about 50 senior citizens, a shelter home for women, and mobile clinics to provide free medical services to the people in the rural areas.


Ti-Ratana Welfare Society was founded by The Most Ven. Datuk K. Sri Dhammaratana and registered on 9 February 1994. The name is a reference to Three Jewels.

In 1996, a three-storey building was acquired through the generosity of a donor and the Ti-Ratana Children's Home was declared open by the National Unity and Social Welfare Minister YB Datuk Paduka Hajjah Zaleha bte Ismail on 21 June 1997.

The Society now located at Salak South Bahru (Desa Petaling), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Organisation structure


The society is supported by donations from individuals, corporations and substantial from within Malaysia & surrounding countries.


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