They cheered us up from time to time, showing their purest and most sincere performance. While waiting for the cookies to be baked, the instructor shared with us: “Down syndrome babies have worse memory and tend to get nervous easily; they are unable to learn as quickly as other people in general. With aids and professional training, however, they can learn how to make cookies just like us. These kids now are getting the hang of it!” The instructor's face glowed with pride. We were equally touched as listeners, too. We are proud of these kids!
Over the 3 hours, we got along with the kids. Businesses support the charity by attending the hands-on baking class and making purchases in the field. It helps break the stereotype about people with mental disabilities and witness the hard work and capabilities of Down syndrome babies. This is the indispensable value of corporate social responsibility. We thank the Down Syndrome Foundation, the instructor at the shop, the chef, and the No. 21 angels. We will go on to pass along the love just like the prepared cookies at the shop, whose tasty smell reaches every corner of society.