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This study aims to examine the political elections of the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) during the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia. The method used in this study is qualitative research. The data sources in this study were taken from primary and secondary data. Primary data is taken from the results of predetermined interviews. Then secondary data are taken from social media relevant to the research topic. As for the findings in this study, First, the form of philanthropy of the PKS during the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia, namely in the form of provision, services, advocacy, and empowerment as well as associations. In addition, the author also finds about the narrative and political implications of the PKS Party's attention in practicing its philanthropic reasons for electoral political interests; first, that the philanthropic history within a political party is political in a broad sense either used as a way of obtaining votes or vote-getters as an effort to build, expand and retain constituents or show the politics of concern and concern. Secondly, the meaning of philanthropy is often very strongly identified with something artificial and symbolic rather than showing the continued character of the welfare of the initiative because few parties have succeeded in building philanthropic institutions very professionally, which is also one of the issues that the professionalization of the philanthropic movement requires a clear distinction that is political and that or ideological for society to give confidence to the community of institutions the preceding.