Team of ZEISS Volunteers Visits Orphanage to Help Children in Malaysia


28 July 2018

On 28 July 2018, ZEISS Malaysia organized a half-day visit to Rainbow Home orphanage. This small-scale, multi-racial home started in 2002 with only 2 kids and since then, they have raised about 60 underprivileged, abandoned, abused orphans. Currently, they have 26 children under their care aged from 5 to 15 years old. Donations of food items, toiletries, and other daily necessities were given to the kids before heading to the National Science Centre, wherein each staff was assigned 2 kids to look after as they embark on an educational tour. The fulfilling day concluded with a simple lunch for everyone.

Rainbow Home wishes to free young lives by providing them love and a future of vision and hope – an aspiration that ZEISS aims to take part of.

  • a group picture of ZEISS volunteers with the children of Rainbow Home orphanage, holding a banner with the headline "ZEISS CSR 2018, Rainbow Home" and a quote "we make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give"
  • Image of the orphans from Rainbow Home orphanage during the education tour in the Hidupan Marine, Marine life, standing in front of a big aquarium
  • a group of children playing a game with cars
  • Image showcases the many paper bags with ZEISS logo on them - presents for the childern that were prepared by the ZEISS volunteers

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