AirAsia Foundation launched their first social enterprise centre, Destination:Good, on the 23rd of August, 2019. The aim is to close the gap and encourage collaborations between social entrepreneurs and community-based enterprises. They’re selling over 400 goods that are sustainably and ethically made; sourcing from more than 30 social enterprises all over the ASEAN region.
6) Tonibung Renewable Energy Fund
Founded in 1993, Tobpinai Ningkokoton Kuburon Kampung (Tonibung), aka Friends of Village Development, is a non-profit organization of volunteers who wish to supply cheaper access to clean renewable energy to Malaysia’s rural communities. Their main focus is achieving rural electrification through solar power, as well as teaching and equipping the indigenous villagers with resource management skills, and supporting their growth in micro enterprises.