What is Your 14th August Tradition?

by Noc Team on August 9, 2010

Tell us, how do you celebrate 14th August, and win our exclusive prize. All you have to do is complete the sentence below and post your answer in the comment box.

My 14th August tradition is…

Or

How did you help the disaster stricken this year? Tell us and the best answer will win CodeWeek T-shirts.

Last year we conducted a similar competition, in which Shahid Javed was the winner. Click here to view.

Note: This time the comment which will have the  number of “thumbs up”, will be the “chosen one”. The one who will cross 30 votes will get two CodeWeek T-shirts. As the rating doubles, the number will also double.

The result will be announced on 14th August 2010.

14thAugust is just around the corner and CodeWeek is Greener and Whiter, than last year. This time the problems we Pakistanis have faced due to natural disasters have been devastating for everyone.  It was just last night that another quake shot us.

Many need your help. Many have helped; many are still on their way towards rescue. With all the disasters coming along this is the time when Pakistanis stand united.

Complete the line below

“I helped by/with………”

Or simply give an answer of

“My 14th August tradition is …….

Last year a similar competition was conducted and one best answer won. Now it is your chance.

Ramzan is here and so tell us how our readers and writers can help the needy ones. Tells us how you have already helped them. Or how, you plan to help them.  You can even suggest ways to help them.

On Independence Day, CodeWeek awaits your participation.

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Sheraz Chaudhry August 9, 2010 at 8:41 AM

If every person contributes his or her one day salary, that can be a little help for the Flood Victims .

Qasim August 9, 2010 at 8:45 AM

The Ramadhan is so close so we can contribute our Zakat to flood relief campaigns.

ali August 9, 2010 at 8:45 AM

some donations have already been dispatched, while others are in the process. You haven’t seen the despair the way they have lost hope they definitely need us there with them.

Muhammad Azeem August 10, 2010 at 9:04 AM

“My 14th August tradition is to say sorry at last and do promise at the next good prosperous deeds for all humanity.”

Sohail Ashraf August 10, 2010 at 10:05 AM

Instead of celebration 14 august we should help people whom are Flood Victims. Also we should pray from Allah Tallah to help us to save our people from such disasters .

Ayesha August 11, 2010 at 1:11 AM

Little things can make a BIG difference. Agree with Sheraz Chaudhary, that We all must contribute our one-day salary to help the flood victims! deduction of one-day pay shall not harm anyone and yet a handsome amount can be collected!

Furqan August 11, 2010 at 6:47 AM

To help the needy people is more important than to celebrate anything. And I agree with all of you. Especially we should contribute in the form of Zakat or by anything else that we can do for the victims of the flood.

Faisal Khan August 15, 2010 at 7:18 AM

The flood relief donations, whether in cash or kind, should be given to trusted NGO’s or maybe (big maybe) to the Army as the Govt. can’t be trusted. Their track record proves it.

Faisal Khan August 15, 2010 at 7:21 AM

The victims urgently require ready-to-eat food products. what’s the point of donating uncooked items when the victims have no utensils or fuel.

Faisal Khan August 15, 2010 at 7:24 AM

My organization has already contributed a days salary to the relief fund. But we know where that will end up……in someone’s pocket. The moral degradation of our society is almost complete.

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