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Contribute your 1-day salary to Crescent Welfare


Does 1-day salary of yours mean you very much? Is it so important to you that you can’t spend on anyone but for yours need? Hope it is not so. Now let me tilt the question. Does 1-day salary of yours mean nothing to you? Is it not so important to you that you spend on your needs? Then contribute your 1-day salary to help the society. Who says that you need to help only when you earn lacs? Earning thousands and helping/contributing tens is far better than a person earning lacs and contributing in tens. During the College day function in CAHCET, dynamic chief guest Mr.M.Mohamed Hashim, said some golden words. “How many of you really earn with a minute thought that you will be serving the society?” The answer seems to be very challenging.
In view of helping serving the society, let us join hands to contribute our 1-day salary to Crescent welfare association, who have been vigorously serving the society in all aspects. They have been helping the deserving students to fulfil their educational dreams. To be realistic and practical, my dream was also fulfilled by their generous contributions. It was all because of Almighty Allah, who through Crescent helped me, complete my graduation. Many are reaping the benefits from crescent welfare association. If you help any deserving persons, then that helping tendency will be injected into him, and in turn he will serve the society when he stands alone. To say in short “Serve the society, Contribute your 1-day salary”. To state the statistical data, there may be nearly at least 500 graduates in Melvisharam, and if in average 1-day salary are 300, then the contribution accounts to Rs 1, 50,000. This will satisfy most of the needy deserving persons. Do you want to be in the list of serving-society persons, then contribute. Am not saying to do for the fame, you can also contribute anonymously. Hope this triggers some of them at least to think of contributions a little. Contributions must be to the society, for the society, by the society.
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