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Ding Dong Dong, Ding Dong Dong, Christmas is coming. Have you figure out what would you like to send to your customers to thank them for supporting your businesses? Not yet?
Don’t worry, simple Christmas cards will do in maintaining business relationship, it doesn’t have to be very expensive.
We offer beautiful Christmas cards with very low prices (I believe those Christmas cards have the lowest prices in the market) to any companies that would like to send their customers warm messages during Christmas.
The prices are from RM2 – RM3 (Malaysian Ringgit) each. The minimum order are 10 pieces (excluded shipping fee, but we prefer to deliver to you face to face). If you need delivery, please contact us and we will arrange for you.
We have more than 100 Christmas cards with 20 – 30 different designs. Below are some of the designs.
So, you do double goods. First, you are able to build business relationship with your customers and second you do something good for church to fund their activities. They will have Christmas event on 25th Dec 2012.
Contact us if you need those cards! :)
God bless! :)
Since there are a lot of crimes happen in Malaysia recently and the situation is getting serious, I would like to create an awareness through one non-profit organization MARAH.
What is MARAH - Malaysians Against Rape, Assault and Snatch?
MARAH is a non-profit organization in preventing crimes in Malaysia. It is founded by Dave Avran. They have Facebook Fan Page, Twitter account and Linkedin Group.
Why Should You Join MARAH?
For this reason, please read the speech from the founder Dave Avran below.
"The safety of a country’s citizen is our right. Each time they go out, our females shouldn’t have to mentally and physically prepare themselves in the event their car window gets smashed by a passing motorbike and their handbag snatched, or they get assaulted and robbed at a mall car park or even abducted and raped. Heck, we’re not even safe in our own homes anymore.
While MARAH appreciates the fact that the government has reduced crime from 177,520 cases in 2010 to 157,891 cases last year, that’s still a lot of people who have been victims of crime and have suffered unfairly.
Thanks to social media we see the faces and the gory injuries, read the horrifying stories and feel the trauma that each of these people have gone through on Facebook and other digital media channels.
Isn’t it time we got our Malaysia back?
Car park crimes have become extra sensitive in Malaysia bringing back to mind the infamous Canny Ong case in Bangsar. The mystery and her horrific murder left many Malaysians angry.
Such anger has undoubtedly returned with the latest car park attacks. Women’s groups and the police are issuing safety advisories on how to handle such situations. This is seriously getting out of hand and car park managements must reclaim ownership of their own car parks.
So what can you do as an ordinary Malaysian? You can join us and help to spread our message. If you're MARAH about all the robberies, rapes, snatch thefts and abductions, please be proactive and take action.
Sign our petition to lobby for safety. Read our documents in the "files" section to inform yourself of our activities. Wear our picbadge on your profile. Use our banner on your pages. Follow our tweets @MARAH4safety and use our hashtag #MARAH4safety but most importantly get everyone you know to join us. We need the numbers to make our collective voice heard and reclaim ownership of a safer Malaysia for all.
MARAH aims to lobby for the safety of our daughters, sisters, mothers, aunts, girlfriends and wives. We will name names. We will post pictures of the perpetrators. We will follow court cases and post pictures of perpetrators who are successfully prosecuted into our hall of shame.
By establishing MARAH on Facebook we aim to create a platform to share not only information, safety tips, provide warning on hot crime areas and a support group for victims but also to set up a 24/7 real time crime watch portal for crime prevention, crime hotspots and pattern detection to tip off the police and residents in affected areas.
We have started an online petition to acquire 100,000 signatures to lobby for better safety measures and intend to hand copies over to both the Selangor state and federal governments.
We also intend to create extensive media coverage of our safety concerns. If necessary we will launch a media campaign to drive the point home to the general public about the importance of safety issues.
MARAH is strictly a non-religious non-political color blind safety campaign driven group, with no outside influence. Membership will be approved if you agree to comply with our group Terms and Conditions. Members are encouraged to contribute ideas, suggestions and to participate in our various forums actively."
They are looking for a sponsor to support their organization. If you are interested to support, please call Dave Avran at +6019 235 4775 or email to dave.avran @ gmail.com.
Lac Son Area Development Programme (ADP) is located in Hoa Binh province in the northwestern region of Vietnam. The terrain is mountainous and harsh, and the community – mainly ethnic Muong (90%) – has poor access to basic necessities such as potable water, nutritious food, education, and health care.A key challenge in this ADP is education. Due to the high poverty rate, 10% out of 23% of families living in poverty cannot afford to buy school materials for their children to attend school. As a result, parents do not place a high priority on their children's education.
In April 2011, World Vision Malaysia donated US$16,892 (approx. RM52,790) to Lac Son ADP through the Gifts of Hope fund to purchase learning materials and teaching aid such as tables, chairs, picture books, educational toys and playground equipment. The gifts are benefiting over 400 children and teachers at
four pre-schools here.
Among the beneficiaries is Phu Luong preschool which opened in 2009. Before, the school was lacking basic facilities such as learning materials and teaching aids. The school's condition was so poor that some parents preferred to keep their children at home and the children were not motivated to attend school.
The day the truck arrived with the gifts, the teachers and children at Phu Luong preschool were filled with joy and excitement. Some quickly helped to unload the items while the children looked on at all the equipment in amazement.
According to the school teachers, since receiving the new learning and teaching aids and toys, the quality of learning and teaching has improved significantly. "We would like to thank World Vision and the donors for providing us with such beautiful and practical gifts. The children are now learning more effectively and
happily. In the past, parents had to persuade their children to go to pre-school every day, but now the children ask their parents to walk them to school early in the morning," said Mrs Nhan, the school's headmistress.
You can visit World Vision Malaysia for their upcoming events.
For full Gift of Hope Report 2010/2011, please download here.