Coming up on November 5, 2016, WorldHarvest will hold its first-ever benefit gala to celebrate corporate social responsibility (CSR) among prominent business leaders while reaching out to other members of the business community. The gala luncheon will feature a panel of entrepreneurs: Jemmy Pranyoto, CEO of Golden Nest Inc. Anthony Kartawinata, CEO of Wira Corp. Bruce Lie, CEO of Hippocampe USA. Rudy L. Kusuma, CEO of RE/MAX Titanium With the partnerships between WH and these entrepreneurs, we will discuss how valuing CSR can increase employee morale, sales and profits, helps to expand one’s business, and can also increase customer royalty and referrals. This is not only an event that will benefit Through this special event, WorldHarvest hopes to encourage local businesses to be socially responsible while providing an opportunity for their businesses to support the causes that we fight for. If you would like to join us for this special gala luncheon, click below to register and to purchase your seat or table. Each purchased seat will sponsor a child’s health and education needs for one month, and every table purchase will sponsor a child’s health and education needs for one year. Click here to register for this upcoming gala luncheon and to learn about growing your brand while making a difference in the world today.
Off the eastern shore of Indonesia is the island of Flores, home of some of the most fascinating wonders of the world. It’s a place where lakes rotate colors seasonally, hominines like the Homo floresiensis could flourish for centuries, and slithering Komodo dragons are free to reproduce and roam the island. These fascinating wonders make Flores of the most interesting places in the world. However, despite all of the beauty found in the island of Flores, many islanders struggle to sustain a hygienic, comfortable lifestyle. Most of the people of Flores rely heavily on tourism, agriculture, fishing and seaweed production to support their daily needs. A significant portion of the population still lives in huts within small villages. Their livelihoods are based on resources that do not provide adequate support, so many islanders live at or below the poverty line of $1.25 a day. With this low-cost lifestyle, even getting a small medical check up is unaffordable. That is why it is so crucial for us to provide free medical treatments to the islanders on Flores. In July, we’re planning to do just that—and we will need your help to make this trip possible. From July 15-27, 2016, our team will be visiting the island of Flores to provide free medical and dental care to over 3,000 patients in six cities. These cities include: Maumere (July 15-16) – We will treat 400-600 patients in Maumere. Ende (July 18-19) We will treat 400-600 patients in Ende. Bajawa (July 20-21) We will treat 400-600 patients in Bajawa. Nagekeo (July 22-23) We will treat 200-300 patients in Nagekeo. Ruteng (July 24-25) We will treat 400-600 patients in Ruteng. Labuan Bajo (July 26-27) We will treat 400-600 patients in Labuan Bajo. For each of these cities, $5,000 will be needed to cover the cost of medicine, medical supplies, transportation and other necessities. If you would like to help sponsor this trip, please click HERE. Your contributions will change the lives of the hundreds of people who can’t afford medical care otherwise. Join us as we make a difference on Flores Island!