Frequently Asked Questions

Tumboh is a social enterprise that believes in "growing together" to make a significant impact on the world. Founded by two friends during the Covid-19 pandemic, Tumboh is committed to finding ways to support people, organisations, institutions and charities that alleviate the burdens of underprivileged communities in Malaysia. To read more about us, click here. 

Tumboh creates products that prioritise the well-being of society. We aim to create value within the community in carrying out our vision and mission. We strive to improve the lives of underprivileged communities.

Tumboh is a social enterprise, we are a brand that strives to make positive and social change through our products. Ultimately, we aim to create value within our society to uplift and alleviate the burdens of underprivileged Malaysian communities.

Tumboh is a lifestyle brand, and we plan to become a brand that would offer a variety of lifestyle essentials to continue and expand our outreach in alleviating the burdens of underprivileged Malaysian communities.  

Currently, Tumboh is selling 60ml and 500ml sanitisers, a toiletry bag handmade by Komuniti Tukang Jahit, 250g vegan granolas, organic tea and bee-less honey. We plan to expand our products soon, so stay tuned for more exciting updates! 

Every purchase of our products donates back to our beneficiary. The breakdown are in brackets as follows, 60ml bottle sanitiser (RM1.50), 500ml bottle sanitiser (RM4.00), Generous Granola (RM1.50), Organic Tea (RM3.00), Bee-less Honey (RM1.00).

Currently, you can only make contributions to Tumboh through product purchases. 

Yes, Tumboh’s products are locally made in Malaysia to support our local economy. We are also applying for a Made in Malaysia Logo for our products.

Tumboh products are only available online for small purchases. Kindly contact us at info@tumboh.co if you would like to make a bulk purchase.

Currently, Tumboh's hand sanitisers are only available in West Malaysia. However, the handmade toiletry bags by Komuniti Tukang Jahit (KTJ), granolas, organic tea blends and bee-less honey are available to East Malaysia and internationally.