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Ways You Can Give Back To Your Community

It’s easy to become sucked into your own everyday activities and checking off boxes your to-do lists. However, it’s important for middle and upper class people to look beyond themselves and be grateful for the fortune that they have. If you fall into this category, take advantage of your position and use it to give back to your community in these ways. Support Stores That Give Back There are many clothing stores like TOMS NYC that give a portion of their sales to charities. Some companies run a “one for one” style charity. Every time you buy one of their products, they donate that same product to a child or family in need. Some stores make sure their clothes are made handmade in humane conditions by women in impoverished countries like Ethiopia, Uganda and Costa Rica opposed to Chinese factories. Volunteer at Local Organizations No matter where you live, there are plenty of organizations that are non-profit , do great work for the community and in need of volunteers.

GIVING BACK TO COMMUNITY

Last few weeks right after my final presentation over, I went to Joy Garden the old folk home I always frequented at Semenyih. Well not a huge contribution but just as much as I can afford. I just want to give back to community. Thats all! So sad to hear many aunties and uncles has passed away. Life...people come and go. There are more than 20 of them still there. Most of them abandon and sick old people. There are few retarded teenager live there too. Since I am alone, I hope I don't live like that when I am old. I pray hard for God to call me fast so I don't have to live sick and old like that.isk isk isk ...worried!!!! The home soon going to move near one of the fishing village nearby and all of them going to live in the box home. Well not so sure how true it is. I only went there like a quarter once in a year. The next visit for my contribution will be a hell to find their new location. To the auntie who explained to us the other day...sound so easy but

Community Service

 Picture 1 (Left) - My colleague Pei Ling trying to cheer up Muhammad Alfin with 'Magic Box'. He seems not in good mood and refuse to even look at the camera.  Picture 2 (Right) - Me presenting the contribution cheque amount RM32,000 to Alfin's mother. It is hard to communicate with his mother since she is deaf and mute. Picture 1 (Left) - Me presenting contribution cheque amount RM18,000 and 'Magic Box' to Miss Samiha, Marcomm Manager,Gleneagles Hospital Kuala Lumpur.She is receiving on behalf of one year old Sylvia Soe who could not present due to unforeseen circumstances. Picture 2 (Right) - Muhammad Alfin and family with our 'Magic Box'.

Project Magic Box

Hello Hello... busy week and I am glad it almost weekend. Yeeehhhaaaa..... its Friday Friday... Anyway, I will be responsible to be part of Public Community Service. Not to forget my Quarterly personal contribution at Joy Home near Semenyih. This time aswering to plight from Newspaper. These two adorable children need help for corrective surgery. That baby girl so cute isn't she? The boy name Alfin and he is 3 years old. That cute baby girl name Sylvia is only 1 year old. Owwww... she so baby!!! My Boss was very generous enough to settle all these two children bill and my role is to deliver the cheque to their parent. I am also organising 'Magic Box' for these two kid. What is 'Magic Box'? I will fill box with full of goodies,books and toys for these 2 kids hope to cheer them up after suffering from their surgeries. At first would want to spend my weekend to make my 'Magic Box' alone but then I decided why not to share it with my other collea

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