From The Dignity Project (Scotland)
To those who hacked our Facebook and Twitter accounts through an account set up by the Chairman’s late sister. An account that we thought was obsolete and dormant.
They linked their own political diatribe with offensive tweets to satisfy and externalise their own frustration and inner anger.
These groups have used the charity as an albino alligator (deliberate sacrifice for deliberate gain) and have sullied our reputation and ruined our future prospects in helping these orphans and vulnerable children of every race, colour, religion and creed.
Our involvement in the Malawi in-
The beneficiaries were all the personnel involved in childcare including NGO's, CBO's, All Faith based organisations, and schools, and nurseries. The non-
The Dignity Project would have liked to introduce this programme to South Sudan but that is now impossible.
The Dignity Project had no control over the rogue Twitter account linked with the Chairman’s personal Facebook which has also caused him distress and heartache.
Sad times when people don’t think or care about the consequences of their actions.
Furthermore The Dignity Project respects children’s authors who encourage children to read and some have even signed books for the charity. One of the proceeds from the sale of a signed book has gone to help one of the children we have supported since she was eight and is now attending University for a teaching degree.
Regrettably all our social media accounts have now been closed for the time being.
We would also like to thank Twitter for sorting out this problem.
The Dignity Project (Trustees)