About Us


Persatuan Rumah K.I.D.S. has been operating shelter homes for the orphaned, the abused, abandoned, and neglected children since 1991. Presently we are caring for 36 children from 3 year old to 18 years of age in 4 homes. More than 300 children have grown up in our shelter homes since 1991.

We are registered with the Registrar of Societies Welfare Department, Majlis Perbandaran Klang and other related government departments to ensure the legal operation of our Home. Each year our accounts are audited to assure you of our accountability.


Dr. Henry Pillai is the founder of Rumah KIDS. He was heart broken when he saw babies being dumped and children being neglected and even abused. This situation, arising from dysfunctional families, inspired him to start a home where such children could be raised in a loving environment.

This dream in Dr Henry Pillai's heart became a reality in 1991, when the first child was admitted to Rumah KIDS in Klang. Since 1991 more than 300 children have grown up in Rumah KIDS. The work has since grown beyond Klang to USJ where the home for boys is located.

Dr. Henry Pillai was the founding chairman of Persatuan Rumah KIDS till his retirement in 2020. The board, staff and children of Rumah KIDS are grateful for his vision, inspiration and guidance.


Children are created in the image of God. Besides caring for their physical well-being, providing them education and vocational training, we ensure the children are put in a conducive environment where they can grow up with good personalities and godly characters.

Our Vision is to see that they become the person God wants them to be and be useful and productive for the community, the church and the nation.



To provide food, shelter, clothing, education, tender love and care for the orphans, abused and abandoned children in a loving and caring family environment and the participation of the child in line with the Child Act (2001), United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). Safe Place Regulations 2007 and Care Centers Act 1993.