To improve the welfare of the community through joyful giving and compassionate services.

  • The practice of generosity is to give what is worthwhile and to give it with non-attachment. This can be done in three main aspects:


    1. Giving things – whether material or non-material. Material giving includes possession, money, blood and organ donation, etc. Non-material giving includes sharing of skill and knowledge, time and attention.
    2. Giving of protection – to give our loving protection to those in fear: in fear of others, in fear of sickness and death as well as in fear of catastrophe.
    3. Giving of Truth – by sharing the Buddha’s Teachings (Dhamma), we help others to have the Right Understanding of the true nature of existence.


    “These are the five rewards of generosity: One is dear and appealing to people at large, one is admired by good people, one’s good name is spread about, one does not stray from the rightful duties of the householder, and with the break-up of the body at death, one reappears in a good destination, in the heavenly worlds.   (AN 5.35)


    KMBS MettaCare programs are community service and outreach activities that promote physical and mental health of the community as well as to provide aid to the less fortunate families.


An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but still feeling under the weather? Tui Ya (push and press) treatment is a self-healing practise that can boost your immune system. There are a few DIY home remedies for early stage of common ailments such as cold/flu, sore throat, cough, fever, etc. that you can do for you and your family’s well-being.


Free clinic is open on alternative Sundays, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Please refer to the weekly announcement for the exact schedule.

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KMBS Metta Rice project is conducted on the 4th Sunday of every month, from 2 pm to 6 pm. Members and volunteers gather at Buddhist Maha Vihara (BMV) to prepare dinner for 300 street people.


Please join us on this highly meritorious event by contributing your time and culinary skill. If you are unable to join us but wish to contribute, you may contribute to the MettaCare Fund. For more information, please contact Sis. Karen Cheah (012-365 1388).


Annual Blood Donation is jointly organized with National Blood Bank to replenish the blood supply for hospitals. Each unit you donate (about 1 pint) can be divided into the three primary components — red blood cells, plasma, and platelets — saving up to three lives.


The give of life through blood donation is an act of selfless giving as we do not know who will receive and yet each pint is life-saving to the recipient.


KMBS provides assistance to poor and needy students of the Puchong and Kang Valley communities. Besides school bag and stationary, each student receives a voucher which can be redeemed for school uniform and shoes.


KMBS adopts needy families who do not have stable income. Some are single parent, having chronic disease, physically or mentally handicapped. KMBS supports by giving monthly groceries and household items as and when needed. KMBS refer job opportunity and help them to start small business such as food catering so that they can be financially independent gradually. They are also assisted in applying for government aids.

How can you support MettaCare projects?

  1. Take part in any of the programs and contribute your time and energy as a volunteer.
  2. Donate to fund the worthy causes.

Donation may be made to Kinrara Metta Buddhist Society,

Public Bank Account: 3-1505271-16 and

whatsapp to KMBS ADMIN (011 – 5773 2633),

stating the purpose of donation.