CETDEM’s 25th Anniversary Fund Raising Slow Food Organic Dinner was successfully held on Saturday 16th Oct at Parkroyal KL. I think the whole team (Organising Committee, staff & volunteers) managed to join forces and pull off a really wonderful event.Yes, there were few hiccups with the timing of the serving, but the overall programme went on well. Miss Tan managed a highly organised team, Noor Mohd did a splendid job with protocol and Bryan McIntyre was a fabulous MC with Charles Tan controlling the projection.
We take this opportunity to thank the following individuals and organisations for your support / donation in cash / kind / effort that made the Dinner the success that it was:
Supported by: EcoGreen Farm S/B, Matahari S/B, Mohana Rosie Gill (Ms), Woods Macrobitics
Donation in cash: Annie & Co, Bandar Utama City Centre S/B, Eco Oils S/B, Ecotone Environmental Management S/B, General Environmental Solutions S/B, John Lee (Mr), Lee Foundation States of Malaya, Mohd Kamar (En), Multimarga S/B, Tan Siok Choo (Ms), YB Chua Tee Yong (tbc)
Donation in kind: Bandar Utama City Centre S/B, Bio Coco Marketing, Cameron Organic Produce S/B, Cottage Farm, Crimpers S/B, DiGi Telecommunications S/B, Eco-Oasis
Elegant Green Trading, Everprosper Food Industries S/B, Falun Dafa, GK Organic Farm
Go Green Organic S/B, Grand Range Biotechnologies S/B, Green Wish Vegi Garden, Hatiku Agrikultur, Health Paradise S/B, Homebrewed-ML Food Enterprise, Hotel Armada PJ, LBO Supply, Legenda Madu S/B , Lion (Japan), Loh’s Organic Veg. Garden, Miboshi Enterprise, Moraku Organic Foods Pvt Ltd, Nature Organic Solutions, Omega 3 Training Centre S/B, Perunding Trafik Klasik S/B, QS Creative , Radiant Code S/B, SaveMart, Shell Cyberjaya, SKL D.I.Y. S/B, Soo Cheng (Ms), Southern Lion Sdn Bhd, Tai Seng Air-cond S/B, Tan Poh Lai (Mr), The Organic Way, Three Q Enterprise, Titi Eco Farm Resort Sdn Bhd, Vision Eco Farm, Well Again Diagnostic Center
Once again, thank you to everyone. We apologise if we have inadvertently missed out names along the way.
Now, let’s move onward and proceed to fill the RM1,000,000 fund to operate the Think Tank on Sustainable Development.