SPB believes in giving back to the community and we do this by supporting projects that have a powerful, positive impact on society as a whole as well as those who are in need.


UTAR Hospital is a private, not-for-profit teaching hospital located in Kampar, Perak. This 600-bed specialist facility was built on UTAR Kampar own campus ground, to provide affordable and quality medical services to the local community especially disadvantaged individuals and to provide clinical training for medical students. The hospital offers Western Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine and has the capability of delivering and supporting advanced sub-specialty services.


ROSE which stands for Removing Obstacles from Cervical Screening is a new women-centered innovation in cervical cancer screening in Malaysia. ROSE Foundation and Laboratory is a partnership between University of Malaya and VCS Foundation of Australia (now known as The Australian Centre for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer).

ROSE was specifically designed for Malaysian women taking into consideration local needs and challenges, prioritising the under-served population. With ROSE, a woman can collect her own sample using a test kit, which is then sent to a laboratory for HPV testing. The test results are then sent directly to the woman via her mobile phone within a week. This method gives women greater comfort and privacy and empowers them to take active steps in healthcare prevention.


Women’s Aid Organisation’s (WAO) mission is to end violence against women and promote gender equality in Malaysia. This non-profit organisation was established in 1982 when a group of volunteers set up WAO Refuge which became the country’s first domestic violence shelter. WAO also provides counselling and crisis support to survivors and advocates to improve public policies, reform response systems and shift public attitudes.


Yayasan Chow Kit (YCK) is a non-profit organisation that caters to the needs of marginalised and vulnerable children and teenagers around Chow Kit. They run two drop-in centres within Chow Kit and a safe home for children who need temporary guardianship. YCK provide meals, activities, therapy, case management and educational programmes to these children and expose them to positive and holistic opportunities to enable them to reach their full potential.


Selangor Properties set up two units of kindergarten for the education of children aged 5 and 6 years old living in Selayang Mulia Low Cost (SMLC). The first unit was opened in 2017 followed by the second unit in 2020 to meet the needs of the residents living in the flats. At Tabika Perpaduan, an institution managed by the Department of National Unity and Integration, Prime Minister Department (Jabatan Perpaduan Negara dan Integrasi Nasional, Jabatan Perdana Menteri), children attend classes five days a week and they are provided with three meals a day.


Established in 1968, Malaysian Mental Health Association (MMHA) provides support and services for individuals recovering from mental illness and their caregivers. Their core services include psychosocial rehabilitation, public education, caregiver support and education, advocacy for better mental health service and a residential facility called D’Light Home. The team of people behind the organisation consists of professionals from the mental health field, from psychiatrists and psychologists to medical social workers and occupational therapists.

For enquiries, please contact Vivian Yap, Philanthropy & Partnerships

[email protected]

For enquiries, please contact Vivian Yap, Philanthropy & Partnerships

[email protected]