Volunteering and working with various charitable organisations and NGO inspired the formation of Compassionate Care by its founders, Daena Chan and Jayse Ong, both of whom wanted to do more for underprivileged individuals suffering from various health conditions.
Founded in July 2017, the Compassionate Care Foundation is a non-governmental and charitable organisation that promotes the health and wellbeing of the financially challenged through innovative and natural health solutions.
Through the support of its core partner IRCare Sdn Bhd (Hi-Bliss), The Compassionate Care Foundation is the first non-profit organisation in Malaysia that offers Molecular Hydrogen Therapy to underprivileged individuals.
Hydrogen Therapy is a natural, non-invasive, and safe therapy that complements conventional treatments, allowing for a holistic approach to healing. The treatments can help those suffering from various conditions such as:
· Kidney Failure
· Liver Failure
· Chronic Pain
· Side effects of Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy
· Skin Diseases (Eczema, Shingles, etc.)
Through Hydrogen Therapy, Compassionate Care enables those in need to reclaim their lives so they may live healthy and active lives.
We seek to build a healthier community for a better tomorrow.
To enable the underprivileged communities to reclaim their mobility and active lives through the proven health benefits of hydrogen therapy.
Our Consulting Doctor
Dr Wong Keh Shin, Kelly
MBBS (Kasturba Medical College)
Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine By AAAM (America Academy of Aesthetic Medicine)
Member of ASAMI (American Society of Aesthetic Medicine & Intradermo Therapy)
Member of MSAM (Malaysia Society of Aesthetic Medicine)
Dr Kelly Wong Keh Shin graduated from Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, India in 1997 with a Bachelor’s in Medicine and Surgery. She practiced in general hospitals and government clinics until 2001. In 2006, she started Klinik Kelly and Kelly Medispa (Melaka) after obtaining her Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine from the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine.
Recently, Dr Kelly has been actively involved in the development of Molecular Hydrogen Therapy due to its preventative and therapeutic effects. She believes this emerging technology is a breakthrough for those looking for natural healthcare solutions due to Hydrogen’s antioxidative, anti-inflammatory and anti-ageing effects.
Our Board of Directors
Yang Berbahagia Tan Sri Datuk Seri Lee Lam Thye
Since he was young, Yang Berbahagia Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye was profoundly interested in serving his country and his fellow Malaysian. Throughout his life, he advocated for the welfare and safety of the ‘rakyat’ during his political career and through his work with non-governmental organisations.
After experiencing Hydrogen Therapy and feeling its benefits, he started advocating for the usage of molecular hydrogen in treating chronic pain. He joined the Compassionate Care Foundation’s Board of Directors to continue his endeavours in helping the welfare of his fellow Malaysians.
Being able to help those less fortunate than oneself has always been something close to Daena’s heart. During the hectic years of pursuing her career with a multi-national Information Technology company and bringing up her son, she still found time to work with like-minded individuals to channel aid in the form of food, household necessities and cash to hard-core poor families residing in the public housing areas in the outskirts of Selangor. This experience strengthened her resolve to look for other opportunities through which she could help.
As one of Compassionate Care’s founders, Daena is actively involved in shaping and driving CCF’s mission to enable underprivileged individuals regain a healthy and active life. Daena believes that by restoring health, a precious gift, to under-privileged individuals, one can bring happiness and light back into their lives.
Giving back to society comes naturally to Jayse and this has been the motivating factor for Jayse to start Compassionate Care together with Daena. Jayse believes that it is a priceless act to be able to give the under-privileged individuals a chance for a better health and a better life, which is aligned with CCF’s mission.
Despite being busy working and running the day to day operations of the business, Jayse still actively supports and contributes to various charitable organizations, mainly Persatuan Kebajikan Mesra Megah Ria in Johor Bahru (a charitable organisation for underprivileged children), Tzu Chi Foundation and Persatuan Kebajikan Amal Da Ai Malaysia to name a few, as she believes that the joy and smiles in the beneficiaries faces makes it all worth while.