We are a non-profit organization that executes
transformative sustainable approach
in addressing social issues through social innovation.
Volunteers that have participated in Yellow House are recorded in our volunteers database.
Each of the volunteer commit an average of six service hours per day for two weeks.
- Yellow House special project
- Refugee English Conversation Project
- Aqua & Art therapy for Special Children
- Doggie Projects
- Street Salon Project
- Marine Conservation Project
- Mangrove Conservation Project
- Chutney Project
- Entrepreneurship classes for Street Community
- Unseen Tours Kuala Lumpur
Our beneficiaries include 10 urban poor, 75 refugee children, 85 special children, 101 street people, 500 turtles and 2000 mangrove trees.
Our Governance Framework
We are committed to provide equal opportunities and all hiring is based on merit and suitability for the role. We will not be influenced by gender, race, colour, religion, sexual orientation, family status or disability. We fully endorse a working environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. Our people are free to express their opinions and views and will not be treated with prejudice.
We aim to be as low carbon footprint as possible in our bid to be kind to the environment. This includes going paperless, on foot tours and marketing collateral that are recyclable.
We practice transparency in our business and uphold ethics. 60% of our revenue from social business goes to our beneficiaries where else 40% goes to sustain the business model. Each of our strategies undergo a risk assessment to ensure sustainability which defines our ultimate goal – a better lives for our beneficiaries.
Everything we do is governed by a purpose – to increase the employ ability of the marginalized community we work with so they may lead better sustainable lives.
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