Thursday, September 20, 2007
The Voice of Sung Siew :-
By: Maxis CyberlinQ ’07 team members
Do you have a sweet voice and are able to perform on stage?
Great news everyone! Maxis CyberlinQ ’07 team members are going to have a mini charity concert in aid of helping the autism children. This concert aimed to raise funds to help the autistic children and the staff in the centre. Besides, the money collected will be used to buy things that are needed by the children as well as the centre. Here are the details for the concert;-
Venue: School Grandstand
Date: 20 October 2007
Hence, we are searching for songbirds, dancers, performers or even comedians to join this charity concert. Each performer is entitled to contribute a minimum of RM 5 (SOLO) and RM 10 (GROUP). On top of that, please state your performance in the concert (songs, dances, magic shows etc) to the Maxis CyberlinQ ’07 team members. Please be noted that all donations and fees received are for charity and certificates are given.
Don’t wait anymore, it’s time to grab the golden opportunity to perform on stage!
Rules & Regulations
For further information, please contact the team members of Maxis CyberlinQ ’07. Ms. Latifah, Stephanie Chen (4D), David Wong (4D), Crystal Leong (3B), Olivia Hon (3B), Low Gin Tung (3B), Catherina Wong (2A).____________________________________________________________________
Please hand in the application form [Mini Concert]
by 28th September 2007
or through our chatbox!
MISSION STATEMENT :
To equip Autistic children with the required skills to lead meaningful and independent lives within Sandakan society and to raise awareness among the public on autism.
+To expose the school community and the general public to autism in our effort to raise awareness via the creation of a website, so that the younger generation and the public may be more sensitive to the needs of these strata society.
+To help the autistic children, parents, teachers and the centre obtain a better understanding about Autism by providing any resources at the website on the subject.
+To give funds to the centre, so the teachers can get proper training in the future.
+To get the school community to contribute in helping the autistic children, through voluntary work such as charity work (cleaning and mural painting) and activity (mini concert) to raise fund for the centre.
+To change mindsets of every person in accepting autistic people in their community, so that they too feel loved and accepted as a contributing part of the society.
+To raise funds to improve the facilities of the centre.
+To create an awareness of the team members and the school community in general, of how much we should appreciate our lives and be grateful for it.
+To bring light to the children who are developmentaly delayed by having fun with them through activities.