Charities in Malaysia in 2022 are in dire need of support. If you’re looking to create a positive impact in your community, either through donating or (online) volunteering, then continue reading as we list 15 Malaysian charities on Incitement that could really use your support in 2022.
Malaysia has many meaningful charitable causes who can really use your help. In this article, we’ve listed 15 Malaysian charities that are currently fundraising and would benefit greatly from your contribution so they can continue doing the important work that they do.
Especially after two years of global crisis, charities in Malaysia have been struggling to raise the donations they need and serve the growing number of beneficiaries. We hope you find the kindness in your heart to support these Malaysian charities in 2022. The needs are so great, and every little bit helps.
Have a look at this list, and if you can’t find any charity in Malaysia that you’d like to donate to, then head over to Incitement and explore other Malaysian charities to support in 2022.
15 Charities In Malaysia That Can Use Your Help In 2022
1. Pintar Foundation
PINTAR has vast experience in developing and managing the PINTAR Mobile Learning Unit (PMLU) Programme since 2009. Their past PMLU units run during the three school terms, visiting PINTAR schools and reaching out to at least 50,000 students throughout Peninsular Malaysia. So far, the PMLU has not been introduced to schools in East Malaysia.
PMLU is a customized vehicle fitted with various educational tools that serve to reach out to students by taking knowledge to them. The PMLU program aims to encourage exploratory learning and creative thinking through modern and innovative methods and promote curiosity & intelligence and instill good values.
2. Global Environment Centre
Global Environment Centre is a non-profit organisation and works to support the protection of the environment and sustainable use of the natural resources to meet local, regional and global needs, through strategic partnerships with communities and like-minded organisations.
This fundraiser aims to regenerate degraded mangrove areas in Johor and Perak via planting mangrove saplings, establishing mangrove nursery, empowering communities leading to improved livelihood and enrich their natural environment.
3. Great Heart Charity Association
Established in 2010, Great Heart Charity Association is a tax-exempted, non-profit charity association in Malaysia. They aim to provide assistance to our beneficiaries in the form of financial and in-kind aid.
Great Heart Charity Association (GHCA) shows support and concern for individuals or families who need assistance during the pandemic and economic uncertainties. GHCA provides eligible applicants from B40 families with financial aid or in-kind support to ease their burden.
4. National Cancer Society Malaysia
National Cancer Society Malaysia (NCSM) is a not-for-profit Malaysian charity established in 1966 providing education, care & support services for people affected by cancer.
Support the children with cancer and their caregivers to stay at our halfway home at free of charge during their treatment in Hospital Kuala Lumpur. These include free accommodation, food, transport, laundry, psycho-social support and counselling.
5. Yayasan Chow Kit
Yayasan Chow Kit (YCK) is a Malaysian non-profit organization that caters to the needs of children in and around the Chow Kit area. They run two drop in centres in Chow Kit and a safe home for children in need of temporary guardianship.
“Madhya’s Gift” is a new fund, set up to ensure that critically ill children in Malaysia can access quality and equitable medical care in time. Cooperating with various entities in the healthcare industry, they secure aid to infants that need it most.
6. Reef Check Malaysia
Reef Check Malaysia is a non-profit organisation registered in Malaysia since 2007, working to conserve coral reefs. They have 16 staff, most of whom are based at Tioman, Mantanani, and Mersing where they lead long term community programmes.
This fundraisers aims to train local islanders to rehabilitate coral reefs damaged by storms or human impacts around Tioman Island, Pahang and Mantanani Island, Sabah.
7. The National Autism Society of Malaysia
NASOM is a non-profit and non-governmental organisation formed in 1986. NASOM’s mission is to advocate for the rights of people on the autism spectrum and provide opportunities for them to learn and lead productive and fulfilling life.
The key objective of this project is to provide residential and learning facilities for teenagers and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Set up in 1967 PERTIWI was then focused on the betterment of women and children in education. In 2010 PERTIWI Soup Kitchen was launched to provide free meals and other assistance to the homeless and urban poor to help them become financially stable.
PERTWI Soup Kitchen which was launched in March 2010, is a community outreach project managed by PERTIWI, to provide free meals on a regular basis to he homeless and poor at various locations.
myHarapan, is dedicated towards empowering young Malaysians by supporting youth projects and initiatives that contribute to current nation-building efforts.
How can you continue to support the communities that help those affected by recent floods? Your small donation can keep the community providing aid, replenishing supplies & gaining new volunteers. No amount or effort is too small.
– Follow myHarapan on Incitement
– Donate to myHarapan’s fundraiser on Incitement
– Visit myHarapan’s website
10. Save Our Seahorses Malaysia
Save Our Seahorses Malaysia (SOS Malaysia) is a non-profit group established in 2005 which uses seahorse as a flagship species to conserve vital marine habitats. Our major areas are in research, education and awareness, and information dissemination.
This project aims to collate and document interesting cultural values using / involving seahorses, its direct usage (consumption, curio, pet) and trade information within Malaysia. This would also grant citizen science opportunities in participation.
11. Elom Initiatives
Elom Initiatives (Elom) is a refugee community-based organization active in Kuala Lumpur since 2017. Their mission is to empower refugees with opportunities and means to reach their full potential to become productive members of the hosting society.
Help provide access to quality education to Rohingya children by improving the learning environment and stakeholders’ capabilities of existing informal educative structures.
GetEmployed.Today is a Nationwide impact project aimed to address the challenges Malaysians are facing in light of this on-going pandemic by providing a long-term solution to help them support themselves and their families.
It’s time to make a difference. We can make a significant impact in the lives of our nation’s unemployed via a structured program to Learn,Earn & Grow. Let’s come together as Malaysians to help fellow Malaysians. Your support will be life changing.
13. Urban Hijau
Urban Hijau is a planned sustainable social enterprise, using our urban agriculture site as a means to unite people, generate profit and preserve the planet simultaneously.
Urban Hijau is creating a sustainable rooftop garden for PSPK’s Women Center. This garden is expected to be a source of community-building, gardening skills and a supplementary food source.
14. Cerebral Palsy Malaysia – GAPS
GAPS (Gabungan Anak-Anak Palsi Serebrum) is a registered nonprofit organisation that believes in creating possibilities for the Cerebral Palsy community through empowerment initiatives and foster Cerebral Palsy awareness to the public.
While education is one of the basic rights, many children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) in Malaysia are not accepted in schools and majority of our members are from lower income families. Help sponsor a child to get education and therapy and change a life.
15. MMU SuperHeroes
MMU SUPERHEROES CLUB is a club dedicated to reaching and engaging the community by participating in various types of community services.
Through the establishment of the Foodbank, UCTC and MUSC hopes to proceed with several initiatives to support the university and its community. Siswa Foodbank initiative is to provide support to those in need, especially to students, B40, etc.
Happy donating! Bookmark this page and return to it later to find an updates list of charities in Malaysia. And if you made it this far, you might also be interested in these 9 fundraisers to donate to in Ramadan 2022.
Raise funds for charities in Malaysia and get rewarded
Did you know that you can now help the Malaysian charities you know and love to raise funds on Incitement? In return, they’ll reward you with a 10% commission over every donation that you help refer to them. If affiliate marketing programs can exists in ecommerce, then why not for charity? To learn more about this program, read this Introduction to Incitement’s affiliate marketing for Malaysian charities.