Johor Darul Ta’zim FC (JDT) and Southern Tigers players have done various charitable work as part of corporate social responsibility (CSR) in helping to ease the burdens of those in need during pandemics or disasters.
    JDT players and officials have previously agreed to reduce salaries by 33 per cent and donated the money to the Johor Disaster Fund to help those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
    Apart from that, JDT have also always prioritised frontliners by donating the Super League prize money to a Frontliners Fund as well as giving them free tickets to watch matches live at the stadium.
    Forward Safawi Rasid has also personally donated 1,000 bottles of hand sanitisers to KPJ Johor in his efforts to help the frontliners fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
    Victims of flood disasters in Johor, Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang and Penang have also received aid from JDT and the players have also regularly visited the hospital or fans’ homes to give them motivation and support.
    JDT have also contributed to the Harimau Kudung team and spent time playing football together to understand their difficulties as well as motivate the players.
    Not just limited to inside the country, JDT have also donated to earthquake victims in Albania.
    JDT also donated the entire proceeds of the JDT All Stars charity match to three charitable organizations, namely the Yayasan Kanser Tunku Laksamana Johor, the National Cancer Society of Malaysia and the Women’s Aid Organization. Luaskan Kuasamu Johor.
    Hidup Johor Demi Johor