Sunday, October 17, 2021

Kelvin Wan

Address mental health issues among minority groups

KUCHING: The government should provide support to address the mental health challenges among minor groups living in the interior areas of Sarawak. Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan, who sometimes visited small villages in the deep rural regions in order to...

Hope Place responds quickly to request for PPE

By Rachel Mina KUCHING: Hope Place Kuching recently contributed personal protective equipment (PPE) to Taman Seri Puteri at Jalan Matang. According to Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan, they had sent in a request for the PPE, in which Hope Place was...

Hope Place comes to quarantine centre’s aid

KUCHING: Hope Place came to the aid of Aminudin Baki Institute quarantine centre by providing several types of cleaning equipment. Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan said that the quarantine centre has requested for cleaning equipment, explaining that the centre which...

Hope Place looks forward to more public support

Despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, Hope Place Kuching continues to help the needy. Founder Kelvin Wan said the charitable non-governmental organisation (NGO) strove to help as many needy people as possible come rain or shine. However, Hope Place...

Answering a call to help others

KUCHING: After experiencing hardships in life, Kelvin Wan was determined to help as many needy people as possible.  He considers his mission to help others as God’s call. The 49-year-old Hope Place Kuching founder, who has been actively involved in humanitarian...

Hope Place welcomes volunteers

KUCHING: Hope Place welcomes volunteers from all walks of life and different age groups.  “Hope Place has been opening its door to volunteers from kindergarten children up to senior citizens and retirees in their 60s and 70s,” said its founder,...

Hope Place receives RM10k to help more

KUCHING: Food Aid Foundation (FAF) contributed RM10,000 to assist Hope Place Kuching in lending a helping hand to those who need it. According to Hope Place founder Kelvin Wan, Hope Place has started distributing the contributions to needy families.  "The contribution...

Gifts make needy family happy

KUCHING: An elderly couple and their three grandchildren were very happy to receive new mattresses, blankets and pillows donated by the public. According to Hope Place Kuching founder Kelvin Wan, after his group shared the news about the needy family...
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Crucial to address mental health

KUCHING: Addressing mental health throughout the different stages of life is crucial to preventing mental illness from setting in. According...
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