"To All Caring Malaysians,
please spare some of your thought for them. How sweet if you can take a little of their distress by fullfilling their needs as a human.We, are about a week away to celebrate Hari Raya Aidil Fitri, and I would like to make a call to this blog readers, to spare some financial portion for them.I'm sure, your move will give a great help to them.
For further info of these families,
I make myself available at 0126892608 or GMI's treasurer Puan Nashita at 0132096373.
Note: These are the pictures of Puan Halimah's family.A mother of eight, she makes soya bean drinks and sells it in Pasar Malam at Bahau. The youngest is Ismail, 7.The father was taken away when Ismail was 3 years old."
The Main Stream Media have been peppered with stories and pictures of corporate bigwigs queuing up to give aid to welfare homes and charitable organisations. These are of course generous and admirable gestures in line with Corporate Responsibilities.
TO CHALLENGE CORPORATIONS
TO SPARE SOMETHING
FOR THESE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN
WHOSE FATHERS HAVE BEEN DEPRIVED OF OPPORTUNITIES TO PUT BREAD ON THE TABLE LIKE ALL FATHERS DO.
WOULD CORPORATIONS DARE TO DONATE TO THESE CHILDREN?
WOULD THE GOVERNMENT PENALISE THESE ORGANISATIONS WHO MAY STAND UP TO BE DIFFERENT?
A GENTLE REMINDER OF WHAT CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY IS ALL ABOUT:
"The World Business Council for Sustainable Development defines corporate responsibility as the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce, their families and the local community and society at large.
More than goodwill, corporate community involvement or strategic corporate philanthropy, corporate responsibility is a genuine attempt by a company to build meaningful relationships between the corporate sector and the rest of society."
PASUKAN SOKONGAN KELUARGA (PSK-GMI) A SUPPORT GROUP FOR DETAINEE'S FAMILIES NEEDS AT LEAST 20k FOR SOME 40 FAMILIES.