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Saturday, January 08, 2005

im an angry person.


Monday, January 03, 2005

Dear Sir/Mdm,

Thank you for registering your interest in becoming a Tsunami Crisis
Relief
volunteer.

Every attempt will be made to match you with an organisation in need of
volunteers.

Due to the large volume of requests, please be patient with us and we
will
revert to you as soon as possible.

The National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre appreciates your effort in
wanting to do your bit for Tsunami Crisis Relief. Every effort, small
or
large, counts.

National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre


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*raises eyebrow.

there's that many volunteers?
then i guess,
maybe,
i shouldnt have volunteered?

Sunday, January 02, 2005

for my extremely lazy friends, pls dial 1800 - 222 5777 n they will send someone over to pick up the supplies.

if possible, pack some tents n medical supplies (ie panadols n bandages) as they r in serious demand.

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30 Dec 2004 - Singapore Post will collect donations to aid Tsunami Disaster Victims (until 3 1 Jan 2004).
Donations in cheque and kind accepted at any post office, postbox and through Speedpost pick-ups

Singapore, 30 December 2004 – Singapore Post (SingPost) today announced it will accept donations from the public via its network of postboxes, post offices, and Speedpost service to offer aid to tsunami victims with immediate effect until 31 January 2005.

SingPost will absorb the postage on all cheques posted to the Singapore Red Cross Society. It will also absorb charges for collection of donations in kind from households.

Drop-off of cheque donations at any postbox
For the public’s convenience, cheque donations can be dropped into any of the more than 850 SingPost postboxes located all over Singapore. Members of the public wishing to donate to the Singapore Red Cross Society should make cheques payable to ‘Singapore Red Cross Society’ with ‘Tidal Waves Asia’ written on the back including name, address and contact number, enclose them in envelopes marked ‘Singapore Red Cross Society-Tidal Waves Asia’ and drop envelopes into any postbox.

SingPost will absorb the postage fees for mailing of cheque donations to Singapore Red Cross Society for one month until 31 January 2005.

Donations in kind to Sri Lanka
- drop off at post offices, household collection points can call for pickup
SingPost is working with partner A&T Freight Management Pte Ltd to ship relief supplies to Sri Lanka, which has been one of the worst hit countries in this disaster. Donations of relief supplies such as canned and packaged food, clothing, blankets and sheets, as well as medical supplies are welcomed.

Members of the public wishing to donate these items should pack and bring them to any of SingPost’s 61 post offices located all over the island. Packages should be marked ‘SingPost Aid To Tidal Wave Victims-Sri Lanka’.

SingPost’s Speedpost couriers will also collect donations in kind (items as listed above) from households. Members of the public unable to make the trip to the post office may call 1800-222 5777 to arrange a pick-up. Charges for collection of donations to Sri Lanka from households will be waived until 31 January 2005.

For information, the public can contact SingPost’s toll-free enquiry line 1605.


'hello tara,' says tiara.

'goodnight tiara'.
'goodnight tara.

ps: jo is tara n im tiara, with the extra 'i' bcoz im self centered lidat.


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