Meaning of SSVP Malaysia Logo
SSVP Malaysia slogan is ‘help us to help the poor’
**The fish is the symbol of Christianity and, in this case, represents the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
**The eye of the fish is the vigilant eye of God seeking to help the poor in our midst.
**The crossing at the tail or the tie-knot represents unity and oneness among members and also the union with the poor.
**The circle bounding the logo signifies the global or worldwide stature of the SSVP, an international Society.

SSVP Conference of The Holy Family Kajang

President: Vegabalan Adikalam
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Vice President:    Bob Chee Ching Tong
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Treasurer: Catherine Chen Fong Li
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Secretary: Danny Kummar
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The Society of St. Vincent De Paul is an international catholic organization of lay people founded in Paris in 1883, by Frederic Ozanam and his companions under the patronage of St. Vincent de Paul. It seeks in a spirit of justice and charity to help those who are suffering and in need.

The Society in Kajang under the name of Conference of the Holy Family, was established in1963. In the initial years the Society was doling out food and rations to the poor in and around Kajang.  

On 1st June 1990, the conference established Rumah Keluarga Kami (RKK), was a residential home for underprivileged, abused and abandoned children.  The need for such a home was mooted from the growing need to provide underprivileged children with essential needs like food, shelter, education and most of all love.

The home began its humble beginnings from a rented premise in Kajang. Thereafter in 1991, the home moved to its own premises comprising a single storey bungalow, situated at No. 139, Jalan Bukit Kajang, the home has 7 rooms and currently houses the girls wing. In late 1996, we rented a nearby single storey terrace house to be used as the boy’s wing in view of the increasing number of children seeking admission.

In mid 2007, the conference purchased a piece of vacant land (RM 300,000) adjacent to our present home with the objective of building our new children’s complex to accommodate more children. This is estimated to cost about 1.5million.

Since its inception, a total of not less than 200 children have resided in the home and today (September 2009), we have 41 children, all of whom attend school (from nursery to tertiary). We are also proud that 4 of our children are currently in college. Two girls are currently pursuing a diploma course in hotel management and the other two are with Montfort Boys & Girls Town pursuing studies in Graphic Design.  One of our biggest achievement is that one of our children obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree (Majoring in Information Systems) from University of Portsmouth on 25th November 2007. We are also proud that 15 of our children have since graduated from Montfort. They are now gainfully employed and are successful in their respective careers.

In the year 2008, the Conference of Holy Family Kajang embarked on a new project, The Second Chance Community Home (SCCH). The SCCH is dedicated as a half way Home for discharged prisoners and parolees to enable them to settle and integrate themselves into Society. 

Yayasan Ozanam was incorporated 11 years ago, to coordinate the special projects of the Society of Vincent De Paul in Malaysia. The Foundation has been granted tax exempt status to facilitate tax exemptions for all donors.

Details of the our children currently under our care is appended for your kind attention

Boys Girls Total
Kindergarten 1 1 2 Total Number Staying In 18 Boys & 19 Girls 37
Primary 12 9 21 Total Number Staying Out 2 Boys & 2 Girls
5 9 14
College 2 2 4
Working - - -
Adoptee 1 family
Staying with parents 7
Total 20 21 41 47


Scheduled Meetings

Thursdays, 8:00pm