Established in 1995, The IJN Foundation is a non-profit organisation with a mission to raise philanthropic support for the Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) as well as for heart patients.
The Foundation has spent almost RM 4 million each year to fund the treatment cost for undeprivileged patients who need heart surgeries and specific devices.
While the Institute covers the operational costs of the Foundation, in terms of funding for those in need of aid, the Foundation must strike out on their own to obtain funds.
Bank Islam’s Sadaqa House, a crowdfunding platform designed for social responsibility, is one such benefactor that understands the needs of the Foundation.
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