Our role as a responsible corporate citizen

Allianz Malaysia Berhad Group (“Allianz Malaysia”) Corporate Responsibility (“CR”) efforts are driven by the Allianz4Good Department. Since 2021, our CR efforts have been restructured to take into consideration holistic development alongside the long-term effects of the pandemic on our target communities.

The realities of the pandemic and climate change have transformed the way we view our interventions, requiring a delicate balance between ensuring the basic survival of many communities, through stopgap measures such as food and relief aids, alongside longer-term programmes which enable sustainable impact for society as a whole.

With new assessments in place, we streamline our initiatives around the two pillars of Social Inclusion and Sustainable Futures. This approach allows us to drive our societal objectives and the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals within our partner communities more effectively and holistically.

Equalising opportunities and improving the social visibility of 'Next Generations'
Fostering and enabling self-sustained livelihoods through climate and societal resilience

Our initiatives are rooted in the four aspects of Education, Mental Health, Community Support and Development, and Relief, via corporate giving, capacity building, knowledge transfer, employee volunteering, and leveraging on Allianz Malaysia’s core expertise as insurers. We partner with social organisations and enterprises, each with their own unique expertise, to reach our target communities.

We support target beneficiaries from many walks of life, but they center around Youths and Children, Women, and People with Disabilities (“PWDs”), who may be of low-income, vulnerable, or indigenous backgrounds. These beneficiaries often face overlapping socioeconomic disadvantages, therefore requiring the utmost attention through interventions that are wide-ranging and sustainable.

Education and innovative learning methods for target beneficiaries and educators.
Mental health and psychosocial support across various age group via social partners.
Community development via skills, finance, and resources provision to low income, People With Disabilities (“PWDs”), indigenous, stateless, and other vulnerable communities.
Natural disasters, emergency and community support such as provision of financial, resources, food aid, and medical support.