A community fundraising dinner aptly called “A Night of Giving” organized by The Giving Bank with a slogan theme of “ME + WE” equaling to Unity was held last Saturday at Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. 

At The Giving Bank, the concept of ME + WE talks about “ME” not doing things alone, but it is “WE” who come together with the same objectives in mind to turn the impossible, possible. They believe strongly that to succeed, we all need to work as a team and as a formation, not individually.

Togetherness makes us stronger. 

Togetherness makes us united. 

Togetherness makes us grow. 

"No one has ever become poor by giving. Only by doing this will society progress, become harmonious and stable", said Dr. Janson Ang Founder of The Giving Bank.

The Giving Bank, also known as TGB with its official website www.thegivingbank.com, has a tagline “Always There To Give” is a registered Non Govermental Organisation (NGO) founded since December 2016. The Giving Bank is a Non Profit Organisation. They aim to take the lead in encouraging communities, societies and corporations to actively participate in charity, and to adopt this as a daily routine in their everyday lives. The Giving Bank enforces 4 main pillars of giving namely - Education, Health, Humanity Culture and Environment.

The founder of The Giving Bank together with its team has made a pledge to give and to serve those who are in desperate need so that they can have access to a better and more quality life. Since the first day of The Giving Bank’s inception in December 2016, they have been actively raising funds for the communities in need and have successfully completed 132 projects as of today. These 132 projects have helped 5,317 beneficiaries and all these were achieved in a short span of 2 years.

“The Giving Bank is here to give better access for basic healthcare facilities, children to education as well as for humanitarian causes. We are here to continue serving good for the Malaysian society” said Dr Janson Ang. The Giving Bank’s “A Night of Giving” was organized with an intention to raise funds, so that they can support the aid of 5 projects in year 2019/2020. The 5 projects are:

1. Building Homes for the Orang Asli and Villagers of Gurney, Batang Kali (RM50,000)

2. Building Homes for the Orang Asli and Villagers of Kampung Serigala, Kuala Kubu Baru (RM50,000)

3. Empowering the Single Mothers community. Offering them a platform to generate sales for the single mothers (RM25,000)

4. Providing Education to (10) Deserving Down Syndrome Children (RM25,000)

5. Providing (50) Full Diploma Scholarship to the poor students whom wish to further their studies after SPM (RM1,250,000)

The whole project for A Night of Giving is worth a total of RM1.4 mil and the funds will be channeled out to the respective beneficiaries after the event for the year of 2019/2020.

If you feel like you would like to contribute to the cause, you can get in touch with The Giving Bank via email (we@thegivingbank.com) or call (03-90541383).

Along with the dinner, The Giving Bank also presented recognition awards aptly called “The Humanitarian Award 2019” to 35 kind contributors. The award is given to prominent figures and personalities in the name and in the spirit of social work and contributions. The award recognizes the work of people in communities throughout Malaysia and Internationally who are devoted to the welfare of humanity. Community work may be demonstrated through: Perfecting the nature of mankind. A one-of-its-kind prestigious award certified by The Giving Bank. For more information, do get in touch with The Giving Bank.

THE GIVING BANK ORGANISATION (PPM-008-14-12082016) 11-3 Jalan Radin Bagus 7, 57000 Sri Petaling Kuala Lumpur. TEL: +603 9054 1383 EMAIL: we@thegivingbank.com