Happy Children


Depending on the funds raised during the auction and the needs of the above charities, surplus (if any) will be transferred to similar orphanage houses and shelters in Cambodia, Nepal, Philippines, all under umbrella and management of the Rotary Club of Singapore.


Bhakti Luhur Foundation

Established in 1959, it is the biggest private foundation in Indonesia for the rehabilitation of abandoned, poor, and disadvantaged children. Areas of services:

  • LODGING/HOUSING/DORMITORIES for handicapped children

  • EDUCATION for the disabled and the therapists

  • CLINICAL therapy and psychological tests

  • THERAPY and guidance for handicapped and their nurses

  • WORKSHOP for training skills necessary for work

  • Rehabilitation Based Community /Searching-Care-Nursery for non-lodging patients

The handicapped children and the clients being served include:

  • blind

  • deaf/mute

  • mentally retarded

  • physically handicapped

  • epilepsy

  • cerebral palsy

  • mental disorder

  • other medical conditions: cataract, hare lips, aneurysm, tuberculosis, goiter, etc.


BRDB Rotary Children's Residence

Established in 1999, a joint community project under the Rotary Club of Kuala Lumpur DiRaja and BRDB. A multiracial children’s home for 62 underprivileged, abandoned, street, and at-risk children originally from China, India, Malaysia, and more. Areas of services:

  • EDUCATION providing 24/7 care, in-house full-fledged kindergarten, education till university, homeschooling & tuition





Established in 1995, Suniye is a leading non-profit organization in India working with and for hearing impaired children and has become a representative for the hearing impaired community in India.

India today is a home to 15 million hearing impaired citizens. Most of them don’t have access to basic facilities, which could enable them to learn how to listen, speak, read, write and become independent citizens. 

Suniye’s mission is to help hearing impaired acquire language, learn to talk, go to regular schools and become part of mainstream society. It has been found that early intervention and fitting of suitable hearing aids can enable hearing impaired children to acquire language and speech.