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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) projects underpin BAM’s existence. Through these projects we provide support to the underprivileged. The FOUR main BAM CSR community initiatives are:


The collection of pre-loved high-quality furniture, working with international relocation companies to fulfil their social responsibility policies to the underprivileged.


Financial aid and essential necessities for those in the prison ministry supported by the Archdiocese of KL.


Distribution and collection of clothes and shoes to disadvantage families.


Training, development and empowerment of the disadvantage social enterprise community.

BAM CSR projects are fuelled by passion, achieve positive outcomes and encourage feedback. Our success is due to voluntary donors, affiliated corporate partnerships, enthusiastic local charities and the support of local businesses.

In the ten plus years BAM has been operating in this sector, we have had the pleasure of working alongside more than a hundred different organizations. We have built a reputation for being an unexpected and unique representative of grassroots philanthropy.


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Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur

Catholic Prison fellowship association, serve prisoners incarcerated in prisons and detention centres, Stephen Raj John endorsed the BAM people in prison campaign which provides financial support and life living essential behind the walls. BAM collected children’s & adult clothing including baby nappies for those desperately in need.

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Budimas Charitable Foundation

Foundation for orphan children in Malaysia, Independently funding children’s homes, education, and general welfare. Anne Rajasaikaran Principal has worked in partnership with BAM for over 10 years, collaborating with supplies of expatriate unwanted household items.  

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Street Feeders of KL

Gary Liew founder of SFKL, began a partnership with BAM in 2011 together walking the streets of KL with friends, and attendees from Allied Pickford Relocation (CSR) members, both organizations feed the homeless and supplied essential toiletries for the underprivileged.

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Asian Tigers Group

An international relocation company based in Malaysia, dedicated to expatriate moving, relocating, and settling into a foreign country.  Debbie Viknesh Sales Manager oversees the company’s CSR policy and has worked in partnership with BAM for their furniture campaign, recycling unwanted good condition household items for the underprivileged in Kuala Lumpur.

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Allied Pickford Movers

An international relocation company based in Malaysia, dedicated to international, domestic, and corporate services. The Allied Pickford CSR team joined a partnership with BAM during the Furniture campaign 2000.

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AGS Global Solutions

An international relocation company based in Malaysia, providing all relocation solutions to every mover’s needs. Country Head Cyril Quenneville partnered with the BAM furniture campaign recycling basic household goods, and quality furniture, and purchasing the BAM merchandise.

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Baktisiswa by
UM Medical Society

An annual medical outreach program run by a graduate of the University Malaya, Malaysia. Each year BAM collects and donates over 500 toothbrushes to students.

To give to the Orang Asli community.

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Sala Monkey Kindergarten Learning Centre

An independent rural public school based in Cambodia delivering basic English learning programs to infant & junior kids. Tracy Stettler founder of the school received a BAM collection of stationery for underprivileged kids.

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Association of British Women in Malaysia 

A non-profit association of British ex-pats providing support, charity events, and fun social activities in Kuala Lumpur. BAM works in collaboration with the group for various CSR campaigns. Initiatives like a collection of 500 toothpaste for the Baktisiswa toothbrush campaign & toiletries for the underprivileged.

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An ethical toy company, based in Kota Damansara, Malaysia social enterprise initiatives supporting artisans and women from disadvantaged families. BAM donated unwanted toys and games for the organization to recycle and for children of the women to play with whilst creating fabric toys.

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United Learning Centre for Refugees Children 

A school for Myanmar’s underprivileged children based in the heart of Kuala Lumpur driven by volunteers, BAM consistently provided weekly rice bags, oil, toys, bikes, and seasonal gift bags for many occasions.

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Jumble Station

Established in 2008, a social enterprise for single parents in Malaysia, Adrian Ong Head of operations collects furniture, clothes, barbie dolls, books, and antiques. Adrian started working with BAM in 2019 on the furniture initiative campaign.

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RRM Organisation

Part of a church ministry, started by a group of anonymous voluntary women who supported ladies living under a bridge in Brickfields, Malaysia.

These women were the inspiration for the BAM concept, supplying regular dry foods, Christmas gifts, and moral support. 


In 2011, BAM organized its very first fundraising event at a condo poolside arena, attended by local ex-pats who contributed to the social care event.

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