Keeping fishes is a wonderful hobby that is to be enjoyed by many. Here at Sunbeams, we seek to provide our children with memorable experiences.
Having this so called “new normal”, we interviewed Kevin, 16 years old and a Form 5 student of CLC on what it’s like living a life during MCO.
Uncle Yap, who often has a smile on his face, has been a driver at Yayasan Sunbeams Home for 11 years. He has already regarded here as his home, and the employees and children here as his family.
We have been encouraged by so many successes achieved by our children who have made all the hard work worthwhile from; sleepless nights of our founder chairman, the GM and the teachers who worry for the children, the strain of finances, enduring the challenges of rehabilitating traumatic young lives. All these efforts have resulted in the children taking the first steps on the road to success…
The Three Siblings: Philip’ 5yrs old, ‘John’ 4yrs old, ‘Betty’ 3yrs old. Born to a mentally unstable mother, they did not know who their fathers are – their mother was possibly taken advantage by some men who knew she wouldn’t be able to identify them for what they have done to her, due to her mental state.