To answer Cork’s question as to what I do that makes me feel fulfilled, here’s my answer –


“I am part of a non profit organization working in the areas of crime prevention and victim care, and we specialise in crisis intervention and assisting family violence victims (esp. victims of spousal abuse)… we run 2 crisis lines (one of which is handled by me 24hrs a day every day!!), an interim shelter for survivors of family violence, outreach team ready to assist the victims, and also work at various awareness campaigns targetting specific groups such as youth or the corporate sector to tackle this serious issue … this NGO is called ‘International Foundation for Crime Prevention and Victim Care {PCVC}’ and was started in Dec 2000 by 3 women from the fields of Psychology, Criminology and Criminal Justice Sciences and is currently staffed by 4 dedicated youngsters besides two of the founders … i happen to be one of the founder trustees of PCVC … and i am happy to say that over the years, we have assisted almost 200 women and children and continue to do so every day… “

Guess thats why i feel fulfilled … πŸ™‚

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  1. Thanks for your comment on my post, I appreciate it. I feel sort of “disconnected” with all of my fellow xangians since I haven’t been on in a while…so when I read your comment it made me feel really good.
    By the way, I too have experience with nonprofits (we dealt with human and race relations) and I am so happy to hear how fulfilling it is for you – you should be so proud of yourself and the organization of how many people were helped. It’s so very rewarding, isn’t it? Take care!

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