Everyday we read from newspaper alot of charity organisation needs help.Since this month is a "dry" season for homes not like during those "hot seasons" where alot of well wishers flock to homes.The question i ask ,if anyone there work in these organisation tell us how to survive on those period.Some homes monthly expenses runs into RM30K per month.Anyone can enlighten us?
Jan why is April a dry month? I know its inter-monsoon and Songkrang time but why the financial $upport is drying out?
Rm30k a month is big for some and too little for others.
Your question is loaded. Its no rocket science nor needing a maths genius to work out the sum if a home for say 20kids, is on rented premises, with say 3 fulltime helpers and 3 partimers.
Do yr maths...i failed mine. We do waht we can in our own ways...
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What do you mean by dry season and hotseasons dont these charity need help throughout the year?
Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki
i do alot for destitute homes as and when i have extra to spare.
Dry season like this month onwards means ppl seldom go to these homes for charity causes.Last month i visit Rumah Charis old folks,food are scare and those vegetables sellers just dump to them whatever left that was not sold and the bananas given to them,even monkeys don't eat BTW i am organising a free lunch to any underprilivege homes (60 pax) in Taman Billion,Cheras.Any takers?Cut off date 6th May.Pls PM me.
Originally Posted by Hopefull