Subang Jaya City Council’s digital platforms for donations to help the needy


Noraini (third from right) and MBSJ deputy mayor Mohd Zulkurnain Che Ali (right) presenting the laptops to some of the recipients.

THOSE who want to help B40 communities under Subang Jaya City Council’s (MBSJ) administration can contribute to the MBSJ Charity Fund, now available digitally.

The fund would give individuals and organisations the chance to collaborate with MBSJ and help the needy, particularly during Ramadan, MBSJ corporate and strategic management department deputy director Azfarizal Abdul Rashid said in a statement.

“The digital platforms also offer a safe and secure way for those who want to do charity work.

“The charity fund was initiated by Subang Jaya mayor Noraini Roslan and aims to help communities in need.

“While Ramadan will be different this year, one thing that will not change is the practice of charity, which is even more important during this Covid-19 pandemic, ” she added.

To date, the fund has collected more than RM60,000, of which some RM54,000 was channelled towards B40 communities and underprivileged students by purchasing laptops and paying for their school registration fees.

The digital platforms for the fund are:

Online transfer via Maybank account number: 562366652566 and Maybank QR Pay app (check MBSJ’s social media pages for the QR code).

The conventional methods are available via cash donations at MBSJ’s service counters and cheques issued under the name Tabung Amal MBSJ.

For details, call 03-8026 4318 (Revenue Department) or email hasil@mbsj.gov.my

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