Children’s home gets more homey

To a brighter future: Wilson (in blue batik shirt) receiving a RM20,000 mock cheque from Star Foundation representative Ivan Loh at the home in Ayer Tawar.

SERI MANJUNG: Diamond Home in Ayer Tawar was set up in 1996 to provide a conducive environment for underprivileged children to grow up.

Its founder Reverend James Andrew Wilson said the home aims to support and provide for the children, so they can learn and improve their lives in the future.

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