TELKOMSEL dan mitra Authorized Distributor (AD) Jabotabek menyerahkan sumbangan senilai Rp500 juta bagi korban banjir di Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta dan sekitarnya. Sumbangan yang diberikan dalam bentuk bahan makanan, selimut, alat-alat kebersihan dan obat-obatan itu diserahkan secara simbolis kepada Yayasan Buddha Tzu Chi.
operator seluler paling Indonesia, inilah komitmen kami untuk peduli
kepada saudara-saudara kita yang terkena banjir. Kami bekerja sama
dengan mitra Authorized Distributor memberikan bantuan yang disalurkan,
baik secara langsung maupun melalui yayasan sosial dan posko-posko
peduli bencana lainnya," papar Head of Area Jabotabek Jabar Group
Selain bekerja sama dengan mitra AD, Telkomsel
dan Telkom Group juga membuka tiga Posko Kesehatan Telkom Group Peduli
Banjir di Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara, Kelurahan Asem Baris, Tebet,We
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juga memiliki empat posko pengendalian banjir untuk menjaga layanan
komunikasi tetap berjalan normal, yaitu di daerah sekitar Telkomsel
Telecommunication Center (TTC) yang terletak di TB Simatupang, BSD,
Buaran dan Wisma Mulia, Gatot Subroto.
"Tidak hanya itu, kami
juga mengerahkan Truk yang dilengkapi dengan alat water purifier yang
mampu menyuplai air bersih, mengingat air menjadi salah satu elemen
kehidupan terpenting khususnya saat banjir," tambah Venusiana.
disaat kondisi bencana, Venusiana mengatakan Telkomsel terus konsisten
menjaga kualitas jaringan dan layanan bagi pelanggan. Infrastruktur
Telkomsel berjalan normal tanpa kerusakan berarti karena telah melakukan
tindakan pencegahan di site-site yang rentan terkena banjir dan sudah
ditinggikan guna menghindari kenaikan permukaan air.
Langin and 20 members of the student council at Haverford Middle School,
there is no better way to celebrate Martin Luther King’s memory then
spending most of Jan.21, MLK Day, volunteering.
This year,All our plastic moulds
are vacuum formed using food safe plastic. the students participated in
a ‘Day of Service’ at Samuel Gompers Elementary School in Philadelphia.
The event, hosted by the volunteer organization City Year, had almost
200 volunteers spending time cleaning, painting, and contributing to
school improvement projects.
City Year also helps the students
in struggling schools by assisting in mentorship and education programs
in an attempt to curb dropout and failure rates among public schools.
Jason Langin, a 7th grade Language Arts teacher, took control of the
student council seven years ago,Find Complete Details about howo tractor
Truck. he began looking for ways in which the students could volunteer
and help the community. Three years ago, in 2010, he came across City
Year and saw the projects in which the group hosted and participated in.
"I think I actually had been looking for a project and I was talking
with different volunteer organizations and I just couldn't find anything
to do on this specific day" Langin explained, "I come across this
[organization, City Year] and saw what they were doing on MLK day and I
saw they were sponsoring this event and, they were happy to take us."
year, at Samuel Gompers, the Haverford Middle School students set their
sights on painted a mural of the third floor of the elementary school.
"We had a whole very, very long hallway that we repainted" Langin said
as he described the large landscape they painted, one that was full of
This year, at Samuel Gompers, the Haverford Middle
School students set their sights on painted a mural of the third floor
of the elementary school. "We had a whole very, very long hallway that
we repainted" Langin said as he described the large landscape they
painted, one that was full of mountains.
In the very beginning
of the day, the volunteers had been ushered into the auditorium where
several speakers came to give thanks and motivated those in attendance.
Juilette Popiel, a 7th grader and member of the student council, spoke
of the enthusiasm that Phillip DeLuca, principal of Samuel Gompers, had
about the event.
This house is in Arcadia, a neighborhood 10
miles from central Phoenix and four miles from downtown Scottsdale.
Originally an orange grove, the neighborhood is characterized by 1950s
ranch-style and adobe houses on irrigated lots — a lush look that
distinguishes it from most other nearby residential areas, the listing
agent said. Grocery stores are within a half-mile; there are also two
malls within a 10-minute drive, including Scottsdale Fashion Square, the
largest in Arizona. Camelback Mountain, a cluster of red sandstone
cliffs popular with hikers, is a mile away.
INDOORS: The main
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has Mexican travertine-tile floors and a central fireplace flanked by
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stove. The garage, adjacent to the main house, was formerly an art
gallery; the owner now uses the extra rooms as workshops and storage