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Training, employment for disabled is key to Courts' CSR efforts

In 2017, the company raised a total of S$561,426 for 3 charities in Singapore, its largest yearly contribution so far

Mr O'Connor (third from left) and wife Janice, presenting cheques to: (from extreme left) Jesse Sie, corporate services manager of Autism Association S'pore; Jamil Amin, vice-chairman of AAS; Alvin Lim, CEO of Bizlink; Koh-Lim Ai Lay, principal of Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) School; and Cynthia Wong, executive director of CPAS.


SUCCESSFUL corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives should not only focus on strong engagement with staff, but also involve the integration of a firm's business networks into its corporate giving causes.

For household brand Courts Singapore, this means engaging

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