Every contribution is hugely valued.
In August 2022, Caritas Malaysia supported Caritas Miri in giving financial assistance to the fire victims in Uma Sambop, Belaga in the diocese of Miri. More than 80 families were affected. They were made homeless after their longhouse was destroyed and occupants were left with nothing but only the clothes they were wearing.
Thank you for your contributions. We would not be able to do it without your support and generosity.
Greetings for Lunar New Year 2023!
Peace is a Pilgrimage: Let us join together.
As we celebrate the Lunar New Year, let us remember and pray for the peoples of Myanmar, for peace in their nation.
With your contributions, Caritas Malaysia will be able to extend some aid for children and families for food and basic necessities.
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You made it possible.
Your contribution made a difference for the 108 families and children affected by the recent tidal wave at Kampung Forest, Sandakan.
Thank you for your generosity. Together, let us create a brighter tomorrow.
“For I was hungry and you gave me food. I was thirsty and you gave me drink. I was a stranger and your welcomed me.” Matthew 25:35
Urgent help required in Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka and other countries
Caritas Malaysia, with the support of the Catholic Bishops of Malaysia, appeals to all catholics and Malaysians to express their care and solidarity to fellow Malaysians and all those who are affected by natural calamities in the region.
Your donation will go towards providing food, medical aid, basic necessities and rebuilding the lives of affected families and communities.
Cianjur-West Java Earthquake
Caritas Malaysia is supporting the earthquake victims in Indonesia. The earthquake on 21st November 2022 at West Indonesia impacting in death, missing, injured and displaced individuals with the loss and damaged houses, education facilities, offices, healthcare and religious buildings in 169 villages across West Indonesia. Food, shelter kits, water, health services and medicine are urgently needed for the survivors of the Cianjur earthquake.
Flooding in Northern Mindanao, Philippines
Intense rain was experienced across Mindanao has brought a heavy effect on the areas resulted to flooding on 24 December 2022 causing damages to the community infrastructure, livelihoods and casualties. As of December 31, 2022, there are 524,150 individuals were affected in 151 Evacuation Centers.
Number of Families inside Evacuation Center: 4,604 (15,800 individuals)
Number of Families outside Evacuation Center: 10,925 (41,007 individuals)
Damaged shelter: Partially 3679; Totally 843
The worsening political and economic crisis in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is suffering months of blackouts and calamitous shortages of food, fuel and medicines in its worsening economic environment. This had sparked two months of overwhelming anti-government demonstrations since April 2022. The economic crisis has begun to affect the healthcare system with critical medicines running out of short supplies in want of hard currency to import essential medical supplies.
Dry rations such as rice, sugar, lentils, dry fish, flour, green gram, soya meat, tin fish, and spices is being distributed to the most vulnerable and affected families.
(Source: Caritas Indonesia (Karina), Caritas Philippines, Caritas Sri Lanka)
Caritas Malaysia Relief Fund Appeal 2023
Caritas Malaysia has now launched the Relief Fund Appeal 2023, which will run from 5 January to 22 February 2023. Your contribution will support those affected by flood and other disasters, providing them food, shelter and help rebuild their lives. Help support the cause and thank you for your generosity.
Read/Download: Appeal Letter from Rt Rev Bernard Paul, D.D.
Public Bank Berhad – A/C No: 3228409036
Jalan Hang Lekiu Branch, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
(Branch Code: 196)
Swift Code: PBBEMYKL
NATIONAL FLOOD RELIEF FUND 2021
Days of unusually high rainfall triggered one of the worst flooding in years, submerging parts of towns and villages and cutting off major roads. Selangor, one of the most populated states, is among the worst-hit areas.
Caritas Malaysia, with the support and blessing of the Bishops in Malaysia, have set up the National Flood Relief Fund to reach out and help as many people as possible. Thank you for your support.