Chan Siew Hong, 32 岁， 父亲是本地华人，母亲是泰国人，有一个双胞胎姐姐和一名弟弟。父母已经离异，姐姐在怡保，弟弟在亚罗士打。但是她没有和家人联系，和她相依为命的婆婆已经去世，目前独自一人住在这个家。父母的离异，和家庭的困境，让她没有机会受过任何教育。她患有精神分裂症和严重的头疼，发作时会打墙和用东西去撞击自己的头。2年前有位朋友驾车带她去怡保中央医院看医生和取药来控制病情，之后因为那位朋友去世了，也没有人载她去怡保看医生（因为金宝政府医院没有相关的专科，没有钱坐巴士到怡保看医生，而且也担心独自在途中会病情发作）。
耕心慈善会在这个月开始为Chan Siew Hong筹款做为一下用途：
- 基本电器 （吊式风扇，电灯）:400令吉。
- 清洁用具 (清洁剂，刷子，洗碗液，消毒剂及其他）:100令吉。
- 帮补6个月的日常用品费用 （9月2018年- 2月2019 年）150令吉 x 6：900令吉。
Great Heart Online Helping Hand – Case 7:
32 years-old Chan Siew Hong is Thailand-mixed Malaysian. Her parents were divorced since young age and she did not keep in contact with both her twin sister and younger brother. She has been staying alone in Kampar since the loss of her grandmother. Currently, she suffers from Schizophrenia and a severe headache. She would hit her head to the wall or with items when her headache comes around. Her friend used to drive her to Central Hospital in Ipoh two years ago to request for medication. Unfortunately, her friend passed away and left her with no financial support to travel to Central Hospital for more medication. Besides, she is also worried that her sickness will go uncontrollable if she travels to Ipoh alone.
The apartment manager felt sympathise with her situation. He often gave her some food and never collected management fees from her. She is also allowed to use the electrical appliances such as the fridge and kettle in the management office to store food and cook water. The water supply of her house was cut off due to the unsettled debt. She hopes that she could have a chance to work and earn income on her own. Proper medication can keep her sickness under control and she could then be able to work.
Great Heart Charity Association (GHCA) will help her to restore her water supply and repair water pipes and toilet. Apart from that, GHCA will also buy her some basic furniture and electrical appliances. In a longer run, GHCA will provide her groceries support (RM150/ month for 6 months), apply for government subsidies and bring her to government hospital to request for medication. The apartment manager might be able to provide her a part-time job as a cleaner in the future too.
Fund raising target (RM3,500):
- To restore water supply: RM200.
- To repair water pipes & toilet: RM1,300.
- Furniture (Bed frame, tables, chairs, etc.): RM500.
- Electronic appliances (Fan, light tubes): RM400.
- Cleaning tools (Detergent, brush, etc.): RM100.
- Personal hygiene tools (Tooth brush, tooth paste, shower gel, shampoo, etc.): RM100.
- Groceries support (September 2018 – February 2019, RM150 x 6 months): RM900.
Persatuan Kasih Sejati (Great Heart Charity Association) is an institution listed under Section 44(6) ITA 1967, LHDN Malaysia. Donations of RM50 and above are tax exempt under Section 44(6) of the Income Tax Act 1967.
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