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FAQ - Donations

How can I make a donation to UNICEF Malaysia?

Online donation
Visit our secure online donation page to make a contribution via credit card.

Direct debit donor program
At our face-to-face booths nationwide through your Credit Card or via auto-debit transaction from a Maybank (MBB) account.

Crossed cheque
Please issue a crossed cheque payable to “United Nations Children’s Fund”. At the back of the cheque, write your full name, address and contact number. Send your donation to the UNICEF Malaysia office:

  United Nations Children’s Fund
  Wisma UN, Block C, 2nd Floor
  Kompleks Pejabat Damansara
  Jalan Dungun, Damansara Heights
  50490 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA

Bank transfer
You can also organise a bank transfer to our account in Malaysia. Send an email to our Operations Officer (yhcheah@unicef.org) so we can track your donation.

  Payee Name:    United Nations Children’s Fund
  Name of Bank:  Malayan Banking Berhad
  Account No:      514329427587
  Bank Address:  Ground Floor, Block C 
                         Kompleks Pejabat Damansara 
                         Damansara  Heights 
                         50490 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  Currency:         Malaysian Ringgit 

Can I sponsor a child via UNICEF?
UNICEF does not promote individual child or family sponsorship which can potentially interfere with family or community relationships. Instead, we support long-term programs in more than 150 countries, helping governments and local people provide essential services to improve the lives of all children.

Can I donate to a specific project/country?
Donations to UNICEF can best be spent when UNICEF is given the freedom to prioritise spending and therefore allocate funds to projects and countries where most needed, which also helps minimise administration costs.

How do I know that my money won't end up in the wrong hands?
UNICEF has a tested system of checks and balances to ensure proper use of funds, including regular internal audits. Spending reports are also published for donors and the public in the global UNICEF Annual Report.

Transparency measures include regular field visits by staff to monitor spending and progress and payments in instalments to allow for assessments of prior spending.

Who can I contact if I have questions about making a donation?
If you wish to speak to someone before making your donation, please call Lisa from our fundraising team at (+6.03) 2092 5812 (Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm local time).

 

 

 

 

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