Malaysia
  • RM 183,474

  • raised of

    RM 200,000

  • with

    2

    days to go
Trusted and Verified Partners

This campaign is supported by trusted and verified partners

Tax Exempt

Donations above RM300 will be given tax exemption receipt upon request

Double Impact

This campaign will support and help Social Enterprises and communities in-need

No Extra Fees

100% of donations will go towards the cause. Alliance Islamic will bear all campaign charges.

Campaign Partner

Alliance Islamic Bank SocioBiz is a donation crowdfunding platform that aims to empower financially disadvantaged communities through entrepreneurship

Initiative Partner

Citrine Capital is an impact investor with a vision to connect capital with impact and takes an ecosystem approach in supporting ASEAN’s sustainable development.

Supporting Partner

MaGIC is an agency under the Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives (MEDAC) with a mandate that realizes the aspirations of the National Entrepreneurship Policy 2030 (Dasar Keusahawanan Nasional 2030) and contributes to the evolution of Malaysia into an entrepreneurial nation.

Charity Partner

NGOhub, developed by SOLS 24/7, is a platform dedicated to empower and connect NGOs to information, resources, experts, volunteers, grants and to each other in order to inspire collaboration to solve society’s problems together.

The First Of Its Kind 

Take part in this innovative initiative in helping out Malaysian communities-in-need and Social Enterprises (SEs) during COVID-19! COVID-19! The Social Enterprise Sustainability
Initiative is a collaboration between SocioBiz by Alliance Islamic Bank; Citrine Capital, an impact investor; MaGIC, a governmental agency supporting SE efforts; and NGOhub, as the charity partner. This campaign is a true reflection of our Malaysian spirit, forging partnerships to solve societal issues.

How Has COVID-19 Impacted Social Enterprises (SEs)? 

Social enterprises are businesses that tackle social and environmental issues – a true force for good! With the pandemic, many SEs are facing challenges in managing cash flow and thus affecting the sustainability of their businesses.

How Has COVID-19 Impacted Our Community?

Many Malaysians are largely dependent on job opportunities in SMEs and the informal sector. Unfortunately, the current Movement Control Order (MCO) renders these sectors to a standstill or even shut down. This has left many with no job and no income. They also do not have access to financial support and have a higher risk of contracting the virus due to their living conditions. They are already vulnerable before COVID-19, and now they may be the most affected ones.

What Can YOU Do To Help them? 

Donate! Your donations will create double impact – providing essential items to those affected by COVID-19 through social enterprises, thus sustaining the SEs and their employees.

This unique initiative creates double impact. Your support enables SEs to continue operating, providing income to their employees and/or vendors. At the same time, essential products or services procured from SEs will be channeled to affected communities. It’s a win-win situation for everyone. 

A great example of this initiative is Masala Wheels, Malaysia’s First Social Enterprise Food Truck. Their brilliant work can be seen in the pictures below. 

This campaign is supported by trusted partners and promotes transparency. Your donations to this campaign will be managed by and channeled through SocioBiz. You can trust your donations to go straight to verified SEs to provide assistance to our communities in-need, at zero fees as Alliance Islamic Bank will bear all campaign costs. Plus, you will be updated on their progress regularly! 

The total targeted output of the initiative is to provide 1650 grocery packages, each is enough to feed four persons for one week; 6280 cooked food (collectively 52480 meals in total); as well as 10,000 protective hygiene essentials to the B40 communities affected by COVID-19. On the other hand, this campaign will support 11 social enterprises’ capacity to extend their business runway by an average of 1.3 months, which include continuous employment to a total of 48 Bottom 40% (B40) employees and vendors.
 
The targeted collective impact of the initiative includes:
 

– Increased livelihoods of B40 communities affected by COVID-19

– Reduced risk of contracting virus among marginalised individuals 

– Increased sustainability of social enterprises to conduct business 

– Increased ability of social enterprises to continue supporting their B40 employees and vendors

Donations to this campaign will be used to procure services from the following verified social enterprises:

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Masala Wheels

Masala Wheels empowers the marginalised communities, primarily youth-at-risk from B40 communities, through a sustainable F&B business. Their model provides youths with necessary skills and working experience required to get employed in the F&B sector. Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:
– 350 grocery packages and 3,000 meals for B40 families and individuals. Each grocery package is enough for a family of four for a week.
– Capacity to sustain Masala Wheel’s business for an additional 0.5 month

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Phytopia

Phytopia provides access to affordable healthy foods for the youth community through a horizontally integrated supply chain. 90% of raw ingredients are sourced directly from local farms, typically managed by B40 students and villagers.

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 2,560 meals for B40 students.

– Capacity to sustain Phytopia’s business for an additional 2 months

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Green Hero

Aiming to tackle food waste, Green Hero is a platform for F&B businesses and suppliers to sell edible food surplus at discounted prices to the general public. 

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 720 sets of breads for B40 communities.

– Capacity to sustain Green Hero’s business for an additional 1 month

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Pasar Grub

Pasar Grub by Grub Cycle is an initiative that markets surplus vegetables and fruits from farmers and distributors for up to 40% less than the market price to low-income families.

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 2,400kg of fresh produce for B40 families.

– Capacity to sustain Pasar Grub’s business for an additional 1 month

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Halaman Nurani

Halaman Nurani has a restaurant and provides catering services in Selangor. They create job opportunities for the B40 groups.

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 600 grocery packages for B40 families.

– Capacity to sustain Halaman Nurani’s business for an additional 2 months

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GoJob

GoJob is a job matching platform for the marginalized community that connects them with employment opportunity. They also provide training and mentorship to support the marginalized. 

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 400 grocery packages for B40 families.

– Capacity to sustain GoJob’s business for an additional 1 month

 

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The Asli Co.

The Asli Co. aims to improve the livelihoods of Orang Asli mothers in rural communities through economic opportunities. They train and work with them to produce quality handmade products (e.g. handmade soap) to sell.

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 2,000 hand sanitizers for Orang Asli villages situated near the town

– Capacity to sustain The Asli Co’s business for an additional 3 months

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Komuniti Tukang Jahit

KTJ empowers B40 women through upskill training and sewing job opportunities. Their job orders are targeted towards the gifting industry, enabling the women to generate income while staying home to care for their family and children. 

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 2,000 reusable face masks for B40 communities

– Capacity to sustain KTJ’s business for an additional 1.5 months

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Nazkids

Nazkids aims to empower the B40 women community in Kedah, through entrepreneurship by enhancing their skills to produce baby clothing to sell online and thus self-sustain themselves.

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 2,000 reusable face masks for B40 communities

– Capacity to sustain Nazkids’ business for an additional 1 month

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Batik Boutique

Batik Boutique aims to support women from low-income backgrounds to support their families financially. They partner with local batik artists to produce hand-dyed fabrics and women from marginalised communities to sew them into finished products.

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 1,000 reusable face masks for B40 communities

– Capacity to sustain Batik Boutique’s business for an additional 0.5 month

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Worming Up

Worming Up, based in Sarawak, runs an insect farm as a means for organic waste disposal and converts end-of-life food waste into animal feeds/organic fertilizers. They also conduct educational workshops such as waste upcycling (e.g., making soap from used oil).

Your donation will help to deliver the following targeted output and outcome:

– 1,000 hygiene packages including soap, sanitizer and surface cleaners for B40 market hawkers, farmers and villagers.

– Capacity to sustain Worming Up’s business for an additional 1.8 months

 

Let's come together to support our underprivileged communities and start a domino effect of goodness
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Bank Name: Alliance Bank
Account Name: GS Global Guardian Sdn Bhd
Account Number: 620100010023192
Reference: Sociobiz SESI

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Donors
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NGOhub RM 799
Adilah Faqihah Binti Zakaria RM 10
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Angela Kok (Mrs) RM 200
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