The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
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Q1: How to donate to WWF-Malaysia?A. There are few ways to donate to WWF-Malaysia:
1. Click the button above to make an online donation
2. Offline Donation - Download our donation form here and send it to the address stated in the form.
3. Other Online Channels
- Bill Payment – Available in Maybank2U, CIMBClicks and HSBC Online
- Go to Bill Payment – search biller name ‘WWF Malaysia’.
- Fill up details required by the bank.
- Submit your payment.
- You may receive call/email from WWF-Malaysia for verification if details submitted are incomplete.
- Shopee Mobile Apps
- Open your Shopee Mobile Apps.
- Click Deals, Top-Ups & Bills
- Find Donation & Finance – select Donation
- Enter your donation amount then select Donate to WWF-Malaysia
- To get your donation receipt, please provide your Full Name and Email Address
- Lazada Store
- Shopee Mobile Apps
A: Yes, WWF-Malaysia is an NGO under sub-section 44 (6) of Income Tax Act 1967, and all cash donations to WWF-Malaysia are tax deductible (applicable only to donations made within Malaysia).
Q2: Is my donation tax exempted?
Q3: Is there a minimum amount of donation required for me to be eligible for tax-exemption?A. No. You are free to donate as much or as little an amount. However, please note that we have a certain level of administrative cost that needs to be maintained (postage, notification systems etc), as such we require at least RM10 should you wish to claim for tax-exemption.
For donations of RM20,000 and above in a single receipt, we are required to declare the donation to the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia.
Q4: What information do you need from me if I want to get a tax-exemption receipt for donation?A: The Inland Revenue Board (IRB, or commonly known as LHDN, Lembaga Hasil Dalam Negeri) has recently issued the revised Guidelines for Approval of Director General of Inland Revenue under Subsection 44(6) of the Income Tax Act dated 15 May 2019 (“Revised Guidelines"). The Revised Guidelines supersede the previous Guidelines dated April 2005 (“Previous Guidelines”).
Based on the Revised Guidelines, donors must provide complete information of the following details in order to obtain an official tax-exemption receipt from the organisation: The Revised Guidelines also states that the approved institution or organisation is not allowed to issue tax-exemption receipts to donors who fail to provide their complete personal details stated above.
- Donor’s full name as per NRIC / Passport
- NRIC number / passport number
- Complete mailing address of current residence