|2006-05-08, 07:47 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: European Union (S-W)
charity and social acitivity (such as unicycling)
I am very surprised by this tendency to mix events for <pick up your favorite activity here> and charity.
Is there a special reason for that? how does it work?
Thre main reason for my question is that in my (big international) company they just seem to think that charity is the base for social interaction and we (I mean my team and I) constantly refuse to oblige.
Are we wrong? Do you think our behaviour could be judged severely? or does nobody understand why we refuse to do that?
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