A Reminder

Just a Reminder…
Reach Out has certain requirements for our street feeding programme related to CSR programmes, numbers of volunteers on the street, dress code, etc.
These are designed to ensure that all volunteers can share in the experience of helping those in need and that our street friends know that we genuinely are there to help them.
Reach Out has a moral responsibility to also ensure the safety and security of those working with us, and also to ensure that the street folks are treated with respect and dignity and are not treated as a ‘sideshow’ or ‘circus’.
Groups who just call and advise that they are coming on the street or tuen up without prior notification can not be entertained. Please follow the guidelines for such in our docs on this page.
Individual volunteers are always welcome to join us at our meeting points but for groups of more than five persons we need you to advise us as per the doc on this.
Our operations need to be coordinated.
Many thanks for your attention with this and for your compliance.

Pete Nicoll
Founder & President
Reach Out Malaysia

ReachOut Code of Conducts

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Reach Out was formed in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in April, 2008. The organizations volunteers have established their unique vision to deliver this humanitarian need, incorporating its fundamental core principle, that volunteers of all races and religious partake in assisting those who at this time can not assist themselves.

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