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The Malaysian government's Shared Prosperity Vision (SPV) 2030 aims to make Malaysia a country that develops sustainably while ensuring equitable economic distribution. Social welfare, social capital, human capital, and other strategic factors are among the SPV 2030's seven strategic elements. The seventh strategic element namely, the social capital, has numerous objectives, including fulfilling the people's health index, which appears to be relevant in assisting heart disease patients in Malaysia. The crowdfunding method is thought to be trustworthy in helping to accomplish the strategic element of the SPV 2030. However, in Malaysia, the usage of a crowdfunding system to support the heart disease patients is relatively limited. As a result, the purpose of this article is to look into how the crowdfunding system has been implemented in Malaysia. It also highlights the importance of developing a crowdfunding mechanism to assist asnaf heart disease patients. The methodologies used in this qualitative study are observation and document analysis. The findings reveal that individuals who want to supply this system need design a crowdfunding mechanism to gather funds for the expense of treating heart disease patients among asnaf in Malaysia. A close working relationship with IJN is also essential for the project's success. Future research on the need for a more structured and organized crowdfunding system is needed to empower the welfare of heart disease patients, particularly among the asnaf community.
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