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Progress


The Hospital Structure is now at its last stages and we are moving on to outfitting the Hospital.

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Letters from Janne

July 2017 July 2017 Dear friends and partners, This is a joyful newsletter that I am writing today – so much good news for Tabitha and Nokor Tep – how good that is. So let me share the first...

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Ride for Nokor Tep 2017 Ride for Nokor Tep 2017 2017 is the sixth year of the annual charity ride, and now it is time for us to get back on the bike saddle and raise money for a great cause! This is an uplifting challenge,...

NETHERLANDS - STICHTING TOETSSTEEN EVENTS FOR NOKORTEP

Stichting Toetssteen is happy to announce that our Nokor Tep campaign ‘Lang leve jouw vrije dag’ has started.
 
Translated the campaign name means something like ‘Long live your day off’. The subitle is (also translated from Dutch): ‘enjoy your day off, but enjoy the days you give away double!’.
 
In Holland, during the years, some of us have become ‘spoiled’ with (sometimes) simply too much days off. We just can’t claim them all (because we can’t be missed at work, or because we don’t want to ourselves...). So Stichting Toetssteen thought: what happens if you can ‘give’ the days you don’t use away for a good cause like Nokor Tep? It looks like we can have a hit here (but that has to be proven in practice). 
 
So, an employee gives away a few days a year, this costs him (or her) nothing in cash (in fact it saves a few tax money!); his (or her) boss likes this because the employee is more often at work, so the boss/company gives the value in money to the good cause and perhaps even more money as a donation (the more he donates, that also saves him tax money for the company). So: everbody wins here: the employee, the company and most of all... Nokor Tep.
 
Today we quietly launched the campaign by putting this website online: www.langlevejouwvrijedag.nl/
 
  
FROM:
Marcel Straver
Communicatie Stichting Toetssteen
p/a Achterbos 105, 3645 CC Vinkeveen
0297 26 20 86

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