give4charity.org

Give4charity.org is a “crowdfunding” platform, designed to help raise funds or provide in-kind support for the needy in Malaysia.  It’s simple, straightforward and most importantly effective in that you as a giver will directly channel your help and support to the donation seeker or help seeker without going through a third party.

We have done our best to verify the genuineness of the seekers before listing them on this platform and we provide their profiles together with information on what their needs are. You may choose your cause and call them directly to render any form of help or you can transfer any amount of money you wish, putting your donation directly into the bank account of the one whom you wish to donate to.

Give4charity.org welcomes all individuals and companies to lend a helping hand and donate. Make it your personal social responsibility or corporate social responsibility (CSR) by providing the much needed help to the needy, especially during these very challenging times that we all know. Many breadwinners have lost their lives during this coronavirus pandemic and hundreds of thousands have also lost their jobs and income causing financial hardships and mental sufferings.

You can definitely help change the lives of the needy for the better by lending a helping hand. A simple act of kindness goes a long way. It can be any small gesture and still have just as big an impact, by doing what you can, with what you have, where you are.

To all of you, thank you for your generosity!

Listing of donation / help seekers:

The Lost Food Project

The Lost Food Project

Plight / appeal: The Lost Food Project (TLFP) is a Malaysian not-for-profit organisation dedicated to a sustainable future by rescuing ‘lost’ food and finding it a new home with people who need it most. TLFP collect surplus goods from going to landfill, and redistributes this food and other essential items to those in need. With this rescued food, they are able to provide an average of 33,000 meals a week for their charity partners and thousands of Malaysian’s living on or below the poverty line.

Contact: info@thelostfoodproject.org 

Payment Method: Online Transfer / Bank-In / Touch n’ Go QR Pay / Food Donation (Contact beforehand)

Account name: The Lost Food Project

Name of bank: Maybank

Bank account number: 514897068927

Additional Info:

– Pertubuhan Kebajikan Rumah Impian OKU also accepts food donations. Send your donations to:Lot PT54 Lengkok Belfield, Off Jalan Wisma Putra, 50460 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

– To find out more about other ways you can help, please visit their websiteFacebook and Instagram.

Nourish Malaysia

Nourish Malaysia

Plight / appeal: NOURISH is a non-profit organization focused on supporting under- privileged students through their education institutions.Their aim is to supplement a financially challenged but deserving student and his/her family with monthly basic food aid (rice, eggs, cooking oil, etc) as an incentive for the family to keep sending the child to school. Every RM250 raised provides one deserving student and his/her family with one month’s support.

Contact: admin@nourishmalaysia.com 

Payment Method: Online Transfer / Bank-In

Account name: Pertubuhan Kebajikan Nourish Malaysia (Nourish)

Name of bank: CIMB Islamic

Bank account number: 8603196446

Additional Info:

– To find out more about other ways you can help, please visit their websiteFacebook and Instagram.

Persatuan Suara Haiwan Malaysia (The Malaysian Animal Voices Association)

Persatuan Suara Haiwan Malaysia (The Malaysian Animal Voices Association)

Plight / appeal: This association was established specifically for animal lovers to defend Animal Rights. The donations allow them to fund the cost of treatment for stray animals in need of treatment and also find shelter for them.

Contact: 018-212 1360 / ibupejabat@suarahaiwanmalaysia.org

Payment Method: Online Transfer / Bank-In / DuitNow QR Pay

Account name: Persatuan Suara Haiwan Malaysia

Name of bank: Maybank

Bank account number: 514196759971

Additional Info:

– To find out more about other ways you can help, please visit their website and Instagram.

….….banyak orang yang sekarat, dan inilah saatnya untuk membantu

kita adalah dunia, kita adalah anak-anak

kita adalah orang-orang yang mencerahkan dunia ini, jadi mari mula memberi…….

“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life. Be the light that helps others see; it is what gives life its deepest significance.”
― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

Be happy and feel fulfilled by your very own giving!

What We Do

Give4charity.org is managed and supported by www.csrmalaysia.org as a community project to reach out and help the poor and underprivileged during these challenging times. Over the years CSR Malaysia has been a bridge between non-profit organisations and corporate companies where millions of ringgit have been channeled generously by various companies for charitable causes. CSR Malaysia hopes that through Give4charity.org more underprivileged people or charitable causes in this nation will be supported directly and speedily without givers and donors having to contend with the stumbling block of bureaucracy.

For help, enquiries or community support collaboration, you may reach us at marcom@csrmalaysia.org

Why give4charity.org?

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Simple and easy

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Your contributions reach the donation / help seeker fast without having to go through a third party company

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You are free to choose your charities and causes (donation seeker) that touches your heart and donate any amount you wish

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You can also donate whatever relevant in-kind (other than cash)

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100% of your money goes directly to the needy

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Your donation reaches the donation seeker instantly without going through commercial platforms

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You avoid paying commissions and processing fees usually charged by some crowdfunding platforms

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We have checked the authenticity of the donation seekers

“It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”
― Mother Theresa

Disclaimer: If you have doubts about  the genuineness of the donation seeker, please feel free to contact them directly for clarifications (however, be tactful, gentle and kind)