With the modernisation of our country come awareness and education for the citizens. What we should understand is that everyone is born unique and gifted in ways that others may not be.
Believing that one individual is as important as another, Malaysia’s Social Welfare Department (JKM) makes sure that no one gets left behind in terms of their development regardless of their mental, physical and monetary capabilities.
Charitable acts do not have to stop where the higher ups left off. We ourselves as a member of the society and as a Malaysian citizen as a whole can contribute to build foundations for people with different abilities and needs.
That is why PassionMove joins the annual 30-Hour Famine organized by World Vision, “an international Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice”.
Holding hands with PassionMove this year is Dual Blessing Bhd. for a workshop at Grand Centro Ballroom, Klang. They advocate developments for the handicapped and strive to bring forward the talents found within these chosen people.
Printcious joined the duo to support their efforts in spreading the awareness of World Vision’s 30-Hour Famine. The year’s focuses are healthcare and education for the less fortunate.
Hopefully more independent organisations will step up to the plate to create awareness and educate Malaysians on the importance of giving back to the society.
Printcious is proud to have been a part of PassionMove and Dual Blessing Bhd.’s workshop and we hope to have further endeavors with more volunteer organisations in Malaysia.
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