Social Responsibility Development Program

Our “Social Responsibility Development Program” is popular among Australian schools and universities, as involving students with local and international charitable activities contribute to student development tremendously.

Schools

To promote our humanitarian goals and charitable activities, our organisation conducts information sessions and attends to community events and dinners organised by schools.

In previous years, we were engaged with several schools across Australia on various occasions. Our school partners include Amity College, Auburn Girls High School, Belmore Boys High School, Belmore South Public School, Fountain College, Granville Public School, Pinnacle College, Sirius College and Wisdom College.

Fundraising for water wells and cataract operations are popular among schools for team building purposes. Most of our partnering schools have also been participating in our annual charity programs (Ramadan and Qurban Appeal) and travel overseas with parents and children for our distribution programs.

Some schools have also been hosting our clothing and pet bottle bins to support our clothing and pet bottle recycling efforts.

To hear about available local and international programs suitable for your school or community group, please contact our office. You may also register your interest for our next charity mission trip.

Universities

Through a number of university clubs, our organisation promotes its local & international human programs to a younger population.

At present, there are 250 university students registered with our students club through ARO UNSW Student Club and ARO UTS Student Club. Activities include on-campus and fundraising events for students.

Including dinners, our social programs also connect university students on a yearly basis.

Should you wish to hear about our local and international programs for your school, university or sports club, please contact our organisation.

 

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