Getting Involved

Being a non-profit organisation, Yayasan LaSallian Kuching (YLK) relies entirely on the generosity of individuals and the corporate sector to run its programmes. These generous supporters believe that the programmes run by YLK will help to bring a positive change to the children.

The teachers and assistants at the centres are given an honorarium to defray some of their expenses in return for their teaching skills and expertise while some corporate sponsors committing yearly amount for the upkeep of the centres and facilities.

You can get involved either as a volunteer or contribute funds towards the operation of the centres and programmes:

A. Volunteer


YLK welcome volunteers to help out especially in the following areas:

  • Teachers specialising in English, Mathematics and Science
  • Specially trained teachers proficient in teaching children with various forms of learning abilities
  • IT personnel
  • Experienced fund raisers
  • Transport services to reach out to children staying far from the respective centres

 

B. Donate Now


All donations big or small make an impact on our programmes. YLK will use the donation on the area that needs it most.

Individuals can donate through any of the following means:

  • By Cheque

- Payable to: YAYASAN LASALLIAN KUCHING
– Address:

Yayasan LaSallian Kuching
De La Salle Brothers’ Quarters,
St Joseph’s Secondary School,
Block Mill Hill,
Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg,
93000, Kuching,
Sarawak Malaysia.

  • Bank Transfer:

- Name of Account: YAYASAN LASALLIAN KUCHING
– Bank: Standard Chartered Bank Bhd, Kuching
– Acct No.: 420 – 156625375

– Bank: Maybank Berhad
– Acct No.: 511 2341 12258

Individual contributors will be listed in YLK Supporters under YLK Family. In the event that you wish to remain anonymous, please notify us with your full name and request for anonymity.

C. Corporate Sponsorship


While some of the centres are based in the village community halls, YLK needs to rent space for other centres, especially those in the urban areas and furnish them appropriately. YLK also maintains an office in Kuching for administrative and training purposes.

We are also in need of teaching aids and computers especially for the students with different learning abilities.

Part of its future development is to build a centre in Kuching to run its programmes. Besides running free tuition and special classes, YLK is proposing to charge a nominal fee for those who can afford it. This will help to fund the free lessons in the long run.

Corporate sponsors can also display their logos and products on this website.

Corporate sponsors will be listed in YLK Supporters under YLK Family with hyperlink to their respective website and/or Facebook Page. In the event that you wish to be anonymous, please notify us with the full name of your company and request for anonymity

For more information, please contact YLK.

Highlights

Stars of Tomorrow 12
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Letter from Chairman #12
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Stars of Tomorrow 11
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Letter from Chairman: Issue 11
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EWA Student Application form
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Stars of Tomorrow - Issue #10 June 2016
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Stars of Tomorrow - Issue #9 December 2015
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Stars of Tomorrow - Issue #7 December 2014
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Letter from Chairman (Jan-2014)
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Stars of Tomorrow - Issue #5 December 2013
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Analysis of UPSR Results for 2013
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Brother Albinus' Funeral Procession
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Brother Albinus's Funeral Wake
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YLK Profile 2013-14
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Letter To Lasallian Sep 2013
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Letter to Lasallian Family
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86. Infused with the Spirit of Jesus
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Eulogy by Datuk Chris Sim
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Eulogy at the funeral of Bro Albinus by Br Charles M.O'Leary F.S.C.
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HOMILY BY ARCHBISHOP JOHN HA
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Stars of Tomorrow - Issue #4 June 2013
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Annual Report 2012:
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Letter from Chairman:
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Letter from Bro. Albinus:
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Stars of Tomorrow - Issue #3 December 2012
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YLK 10th Anniversary
2012 ended with a big birthday party for YLK. It was 10 years ago when Bro Albinus and some former students of St Joseph’s and Sacred Heart formed YLK. Catch a glimpse of our celebrations through our photos at Google+ and videos at YouTube.

Educating the Least, the Lost and the Last
Bro. Albinus' interview with Borneo Post 2 Sept 2012...
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Letter from Chairman:
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Letter from Bro. Albinus:
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Stars Of Tomorrow 2:
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La Salle Centre, Sibuluh:
The first of the centres set up by YLK in April 2002, La Salle Centre, Sibuluh... Read more.

La Salle Centre, Stutong, Kuching:
Nearer to Kuching, the attention of YLK has for some time been alerted to the... Read more.

La Salle Centre, St Joseph's School:
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