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GOLD: Kindness Cookies

A community project by GOLD to support the training programs for students with learning disabilities...

ABOUT THE PROJECT



GOLD started The Kindness Cookie Project to enable us sustain the training and economic empowerment of our youth with learning disabilities, so that members of the public can reach out with kindnesses to the special kids without pity or charity. The youth are empowered because they are earning your support with their own handwork and because they get to see how the cookies that they made are enjoyed by the people who purchase them.

However there is always a learning curve and for these youth to learn to bake the way we taught them to and to ensure that you get tasty quality cookies baked just right, we do have a higher wastage and thus we are asking for funds to help us support their training process. Mainly because the ingredients we use are good quality ingredients that cost more.
So your contribution will enable them to practice until they make truly perfect cookies every time.


ANNOUNCEMENT
A pitcher/pledger does not necessarily need a PayPal account to pitch or pledge. What he/she needs is a credit card (Mastercard/Visa) or a debit card.

However, if you are not comfortable doing an online pitch/pledge - you can transfer the money directly to the pitchIN account as follows:

WATCHTOWER AND FRIENDS SDN.BHD
Maybank 564892100684

WATCHTOWER AND FRIENDS SDN BHD is the company that owns and runs pitchIN.

However, the person must send pitchIN the proof of transfer by attaching the receipt to the email address: pitch@pitchin.my with the Subject Heading: GOLD2015














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Additional Information



GOLD Association is a non profit
GOLD is an acronym for the vision and the principle objective of the Association of Learning Disabilities, District Petaling, Selangor.
GOLD is the registered short name for the Association.

Its Registration No: 1184-11-SEL. GOLD operates at Kompleks 3C MPSJ situated in the satellite area of Petaling Jaya of Jalan PJS 11/2, Taman Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya.

GOLD was first established as an unregistered organisation in year 2000 by group of volunteering parents and teachers of Special Class of SMK Bandar Sunway. In 2007, GOLD was most privileged to be accepted to be a part of 3C of Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya (MPSJ).

GOLD general objectives are: To reinforce skills learn during the school curriculum To enhance vocational, recreational and life skills training programs To initiate work and social opportunities for Learning Disabilities To involve parents, teachers, volunteers and the community thus creating awareness of Learning Disabilities.