Home provides shelter and education to unlucky kids


Helping hand: Vamathevan (right) receiving a mock cheque from The Star’s journalist R. Rajasekaran, at the Batu Grace Children’s Home in Kulim, Kedah.

ALOR SETAR: Providing shelter and education to orphans and needy children has been the hallmark of Batu Grace Children Home.

Set up in 2008, the home has 55 children, aged between eight months and 18 years old, two senior citizens and three single mothers.

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