For the past 20 years, we have provided shelter, care & support to improve the quality of life to over 1000 homeless men affected by HIV/AIDS. We have a bare necessities annual budget of RM 227,200 (USD 57,070) and spend an average of RM 13 (USD 3.3) per person a day to house a minimum of 50 residents and provide for all their basic needs. ​

how to donate & our approach to transparency

To donate online, go to our boxes of itemised budget below. Just click on a box of your choice and make an online donation via paypal. Each donation is entitled to a earring gift made by our residents from the natural 'Job's Tears' seed that grows in our garden. Donors will get one of these three designs:

Receipts & donor acknowledgement (via red ribbon award at the bottom of the page) will be updated every 24 hours, so the public can keep track of our fundraising developments. Kindly spread the word and thank you so much for your support!

*** To donate offline, kindly make money transfers to:

Account Name: Positive Living 

Account No: 21427700073818

Bank: RHB

Swift Code: RHBBMYKL

It will be most appreciated if you can send your details and a receipt of your transfer to one of the following contacts:


WhatsApp: +0162134037



Thank you for supporting

Positive Living Community!

By donating, you are

  • contributing to one of the only welfare organisation in Malaysia that provides services to homeless men with HIV/AIDS. We are able to guarantee 100% adherence to Antiretroviral treatment while they are under our care.

  • Helping us to cater to those who cannot afford to pay, and can come to us as a last and only resort.

Some of the critical segments that you help us serve:

  • Homeless people in advanced stages of AIDS who are susceptible to abusing drugs when they are on the streets, and therefore deemed by the government hospitals as not eligible to be put on Antiretroviral treatment. We focus on harm reduction, and create a safe drug free environment where they can focus on recovery from their illness.

  • People in advanced stages of AIDS who are unable to adhere to treatment due to mental illness or psychiatric condition.

  • Bedridden patients whose families are unable to provide the care or the facility to house such patients.

  • People in advanced stages of AIDS who have developed temporary or permanent disabilities and have become homeless/ rejected by family.​​



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