A donation from a local business is assisting Rotaract Blue’s efforts to help the disabled community. 

After a series of dress down days in January, Deloitte recently donated about US$1,000 toward the club’s Open Arms Award Programme. Deloitte also assisted with the donation of five computers for the Sunrise Adult Training Centre. 

Staff at Computer Geekz volunteered time to ensure that the computers have been kept updated and functioning at maximum capacity. 

Recognising the potential value of this partnership, Deloitte’s Managing Partner Stu Sybersma said: “The Deloitte management and staff are pleased to have been able to contribute and I commend Rotaract Blue for introducing the Open Arms Programme to our community. A project like this was much needed and it is a great honour to join the club in their efforts to build awareness about disabilities and honouring those who go that extra mile.” 

Club President Jacqueline Golding-McDonald said: “Assisting the community has always been at the heart of Rotaract Blue and we are grateful to Deloitte for sharing this vision with us. We are confident that their contribution will enhance our awareness in helping to build a stronger community through our Open Arms Programme.” 

The club is encouraging other companies to join the initiative by helping to raise awareness and promote nondiscrimination for the disabled community.  

Companies can organise dress down days by wearing specific colours, which will help represent disorders: blue and yellow for Down’s syndrome, purple for attention deficit disorder, grey for dyslexia and teal for obsessive compulsive disorder. 

 

For additional information on Rotaract Blue’s Open Arms Programme, contact the chairman at rotaractblue@gmail.com


 

 



 

A donation from a local business is assisting Rotaract Blue’s efforts to help the disabled community. 

After a series of dress down days in January, Deloitte recently donated about US$1,000 toward the club’s Open Arms Award Programme. Deloitte also assisted with the donation of five computers for the Sunrise Adult Training Centre. Staff at Computer Geekz volunteered time to ensure that the computers have been kept updated and functioning at maximum capacity. 

Recognising the potential value of this partnership, Deloitte’s Managing Partner Stu Sybersma said: “The Deloitte management and staff are pleased to have been able to contribute and I commend Rotaract Blue for introducing the Open Arms Programme to our community. A project like this was much needed and it is a great honour to join the club in their efforts to build awareness about disabilities and honouring those who go that extra mile.” 

Club President Jacqueline Golding-McDonald said: “Assisting the community has always been at the heart of Rotaract Blue and we are grateful to Deloitte for sharing this vision with us. We are confident that their contribution will enhance our awareness in helping to build a stronger community through our Open Arms Programme.” 

The club is encouraging other companies to join the initiative by helping to raise awareness and promote nondiscrimination for the disabled community.  

Companies can organise dress down days by wearing specific colours, which will help represent disorders: blue and yellow for Down’s syndrome, purple for attention deficit disorder, grey for dyslexia and teal for obsessive compulsive disorder. 

 

For additional information on Rotaract Blue’s Open Arms Programme, contact the chairman at rotaractblue@gmail.com 

 

A donation from a local business is assisting Rotaract Blue’s efforts to help the disabled community. 

After a series of dress down days in January, Deloitte recently donated about US$1,000 toward the club’s Open Arms Award Programme. Deloitte also assisted with the donation of five computers for the Sunrise Adult Training Centre. Staff at Computer Geekz volunteered time to ensure that the computers have been kept updated and functioning at maximum capacity. 

Recognising the potential value of this partnership, Deloitte’s Managing Partner Stu Sybersma said: “The Deloitte management and staff are pleased to have been able to contribute and I commend Rotaract Blue for introducing the Open Arms Programme to our community. A project like this was much needed and it is a great honour to join the club in their efforts to build awareness about disabilities and honouring those who go that extra mile.” 

Club President Jacqueline Golding-McDonald said: “Assisting the community has always been at the heart of Rotaract Blue and we are grateful to Deloitte for sharing this vision with us. We are confident that their contribution will enhance our awareness in helping to build a stronger community through our Open Arms Programme.” 

The club is encouraging other companies to join the initiative by helping to raise awareness and promote nondiscrimination for the disabled community.  

Companies can organise dress down days by wearing specific colours, which will help represent disorders: blue and yellow for Down’s syndrome, purple for attention deficit disorder, grey for dyslexia and teal for obsessive compulsive disorder. 

 

For additional information on Rotaract Blue’s Open Arms Programme, contact the chairman at rotaractblue@gmail.com 

 

A donation from a local business is assisting Rotaract Blue’s efforts to help the disabled community. 

After a series of dress down days in January, Deloitte recently donated about US$1,000 toward the club’s Open Arms Award Programme. Deloitte also assisted with the donation of five computers for the Sunrise Adult Training Centre. Staff at Computer Geekz volunteered time to ensure that the computers have been kept updated and functioning at maximum capacity. 

Recognising the potential value of this partnership, Deloitte’s Managing Partner Stu Sybersma said: “The Deloitte management and staff are pleased to have been able to contribute and I commend Rotaract Blue for introducing the Open Arms Programme to our community. A project like this was much needed and it is a great honour to join the club in their efforts to build awareness about disabilities and honouring those who go that extra mile.” 

Club President Jacqueline Golding-McDonald said: “Assisting the community has always been at the heart of Rotaract Blue and we are grateful to Deloitte for sharing this vision with us. We are confident that their contribution will enhance our awareness in helping to build a stronger community through our Open Arms Programme.” 

The club is encouraging other companies to join the initiative by helping to raise awareness and promote nondiscrimination for the disabled community.  

Companies can organise dress down days by wearing specific colours, which will help represent disorders: blue and yellow for Down’s syndrome, purple for attention deficit disorder, grey for dyslexia and teal for obsessive compulsive disorder. 

 

For additional information on Rotaract Blue’s Open Arms Programme, contact the chairman at rotaractblue@gmail.com 

 

A donation from a local business is assisting Rotaract Blue’s efforts to help the disabled community. 

After a series of dress down days in January, Deloitte recently donated about US$1,000 toward the club’s Open Arms Award Programme. Deloitte also assisted with the donation of five computers for the Sunrise Adult Training Centre. Staff at Computer Geekz volunteered time to ensure that the computers have been kept updated and functioning at maximum capacity. 

Recognising the potential value of this partnership, Deloitte’s Managing Partner Stu Sybersma said: “The Deloitte management and staff are pleased to have been able to contribute and I commend Rotaract Blue for introducing the Open Arms Programme to our community. A project like this was much needed and it is a great honour to join the club in their efforts to build awareness about disabilities and honouring those who go that extra mile.” 

Club President Jacqueline Golding-McDonald said: “Assisting the community has always been at the heart of Rotaract Blue and we are grateful to Deloitte for sharing this vision with us. We are confident that their contribution will enhance our awareness in helping to build a stronger community through our Open Arms Programme.” 

The club is encouraging other companies to join the initiative by helping to raise awareness and promote nondiscrimination for the disabled community.  

Companies can organise dress down days by wearing specific colours, which will help represent disorders: blue and yellow for Down’s syndrome, purple for attention deficit disorder, grey for dyslexia and teal for obsessive compulsive disorder. 

 

For additional information on Rotaract Blue’s Open Arms Programme, contact the chairman at rotaractblue@gmail.com