It is our pleasure to announce that an advertising space has been purchased on 1.com.my’s website. Adrian from Neowave Sdn Bhd, one of the leading shopping cart software / online store solution provider, purchased the space via Kumomo.com, a website dedicated to the buying and selling of all kinds of advertisement space.
You may wonder just what is so special about Adrian’s purchase. What more did he do than buy a space for advertisement? He did more than just purchase an ad space and here’s why: all of the proceeds from Adrian’s purchase went to the support of the Kumomo Tree Charity Projects. That very project is currently involved in the aiding of the construction of a Cambodian school. Such endeavors are the goals of the Kumomo Tree Charity Projects and with Adrian’s purchase this particular goal inches just that much closer to success.
The Kumomo Charity Tree Projects is, in essence, a unique proposition that makes people happy with its presence just like the one-of-a-kind Kumomo Tree. It is, like the tree, committed to contributing back to mankind and giving hope back to nature. But don’t just take our word for it; find out how you can be a part of the Kumomo Charity Tree Projects by visiting the website here. You won’t be disappointed! :D
2 thoughts on “US$12547.96 More to Build School in Cambodia”
We always believe that technology is a great change agent, it can level the playing field and bring EQUAL OPPORTUNITY (especially in the field of education.) to the less fortunate, like the Cambodian children.
Our tiny contribution is only a drop in the ocean. But we hope that it can inspire others to follow suit, no matter how big or small you are, how much your contribution is worth, we all can make a difference in making the world a better place.
What kumomo did was very innovative; it combines ads with philanthropy’s work. There’s no reason not to support it. Kudos to 1.com.myâ€™s team for supporting the good cause and I wish kumomo get the total fund needed to build the school soon.
Great effort !
Shall involve ACCI (www.aconcrete.org) and other non profit organisations to promote such noble deed.