Extraordinary Schools in South Sulawesi Province - Sharing Happily with Orphans
Always being able to work together with one another in helping others, is one of the things that is always reflected in the South Sulawesi Province Extraordinary School with Yatim Mandiri. Since five years ago, Muhammad Nur, one of the teachers, knew Yatim Mandiri from his colleague. "I was introduced to by a friend. From the magazine I was immediately interested," she recalls.
Then, because he felt the benefits, Nur began to invite several friends at his office.
"Some friends often ask questions when there are officers from Yatim Mandiri. Then read the magazine. They say it's nice and transparent. Finally there were people who joined one by one," said the man who has taught since 1997.
Until now there have been 20 people who have become donors. Each month they transfer personally to Yatim Mandiri. "Even though the transfer is, but we are happy that we are still often in hospitality with officers from the Yatim Mandiri," he said.
In addition to routinely donating, Nur and her colleagues are also active in helping other Yatim Mandiri programs. One of them is the Mobile Health program. Some time ago, Yatim Mandiri was allowed to hold Kesling at this school. 50 students were given free health services.
"We are very happy because the children were examined. Likewise with parents who welcomed him positively," Nur said. The children who were examined were very happy because they received a gift from Yatim Mandiri. (Grc)
Click Donation: http://yatimmandiri.org/index.php/Welcome/donasi